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Old 08-08-2009, 10:39 PM   #1
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Default DD Crow vs Vayu

Can Vayu's effect be chained to dd crow on your opponents turn?

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Opponent SS Dark Grepher discarding Sirocco. Then activates effect, sending vayu from hand and plague from deck.
Can i crow the vayu on the opponents turn (or should i just wait for my turn, then crow it?)
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Old 08-08-2009, 10:43 PM   #2
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Vayu can only be activated during its owner's Main Phases. It has an Ignition Effect, so it cannot be chained to anything.

In this example, when Vayu is sent to the Graveyard, the turn player has priority to activate a Spell Speed 2 or higher effect (e.g., not Vayu). When the player passes priority, you can activate D.D. Crow before Vayu can be activated.

Note that, as mentioned, Vayu can't be chained to D.D. Crow, but D.D. Crow can be chained to Vayu. It doesn't work like Malicious, it works like Treeborn Frog.
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Old 08-08-2009, 10:45 PM   #3
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In the example you mentioned, the turn player used his priority already to activate Dark Grepher's effect. Cards can be activated in response by the opponent.

If no other cards are played, Grepher resolves and sends a monster to graveyard. Again, both players can respond with appropriate card's effects, spell speed 2 or higher.

The player cannot respond activating Vayu itself, since it's an ignition effect. The other player can play crow and remove Vayu then.
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