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Priority

This page notes what Priority is, deitlas of the player's right, and how Priority moves from a player to an opponent.
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Priority

The right to use a card

Priority is a right for a player to use a card before an opponent do so. Chain link can be considered as an event happens due to that Priority shifts between a player and an opponent.

Turn player has the right

Basically a turn player has Priority. That means you have Priority during your turn and an opponent have Priority during his turn.

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Be automatically processed

Players do not have to deal with Priority by themselves since it is dealt with automatically. When a card effect cannot be activated in the game, it is due to Priority or spell speed.

Transferring Priority

What is Priority transfer?

Priority passes from a turn player to an opponent after conducting specific acts. Additionally, the turn player have to give Priority to an opponent when going into a next phase/step.

Acts having Priority pass from a player to an opponent

  • Using spell/trap cards
  • Activating the effects of spell/trap cards
  • Activating the monster card's effect
  • Going to a next phase/step

Acts not having Priority move

Some acts do not have a turn player to pass Priority to an opponent, and the turn player can keep holding the right. In that case, the opponent can use a card after the tune player announces passing Priority.

  • Summoning monster cards (normal/special/flip summon)
  • Switching monster cards' battle position
  • Declaring an attack
  • Setting a card (placing a card face-down)
  • Drawing a card from a deck during the draw phase

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