Is there no moderation in the Q&A part of this site?
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I appreciate you took some time to write, but please stop posting answers if it's just ''talking for talking''. People below you already answered my question...
I haven't tried it myself, so I can't confirm.
If you have Yubel lv 40 at the gate, try playtesting your Thunder Dragon deck there.
Also there are some youtubers that could explain miss timing better than me, you should check them out.
Does Raigeki Break must target something after it's activation right, so Teror isn't there.
Since Yubel effect resolve at the end of the chain it will summon at the end.
Oh or maybe because i add Dark it could miss timing? But i must chain something after Dark.
So if you want to miss timing the Yubel 2nd phase, here is an example you can do :
(correct me if i'm wrong)
Chain 1 : you activate TDD effect -> Chain 2 : you activate Raigeki Break to discard one card, to destroy Yubel terror incarnate. (or basically any card that could remove Yubel)
The chain resolved, and the last thing that happened is you adding another TDD to the hand.
Which will miss timing the Yubel terror incarnate.
"When" effect needs the requirement to be the last thing that happened.
In your case :
Chain 1 : Fire king field spell activate to destroy Yubel -> Chain 2 : You trigger TDD effect.
The chain resolved, and guess what? the last thing that happened is still Yubel being destroyed.
So it's not miss timing.
And you will never be able to miss timing Fire king field spell + Yubel, since the field spell is an Ignition effect, which mean it need to be activated and will always be chain 1.
Oh so it's like cards that activated (Auto) if their card text say so, like "if/when this card destroy/send... Gain 100 LP or etc" and miss timing cannot be happen if you chain it with card need to be activate first a.k.a "ignition"
(Ex. Quick/Spell, Trap, or monster that has no "trigger" effect)
Since "ignition" need to be manually activate.
Not sure which effect of TDD you mean but if you're talking about the discard effect, this is not working as the anon below explained.
However, if you control a TDD and your opponent controls a Yubel and activates something that destroys both cards, you are given the priority and you can activate the effect of TDD first which means that the opponent misses the timing for their Yubel.
You can remember the following rule of thumb: "When" effects usually have some sort of auto-response and thus they are given priority. But if another card also has some sort of auto-response effect, it can make the "When" effect miss the timing.
No it doesn't, you can't make an effect miss timing with chaining other effects to it. A mandatory "when" effect misses timing when it's not the last thing that happens at resolution. Cards like Soul Taker can make effects miss timing, as would, in some cases, destruction effects activated as chain link 2 or higher.