Since Player 1 now controls two monsters, the effect of "Cyber Blader" instead doubles its ATK. One of the effects of "Obelisk the Tormentor" is to increase its ATK to ∞ by Tributing 2 monsters. You could at least ask about an [i]actual[/i] infinite loop, like double Dreadmaster. This was shown on-screen a total of three times in the anime: Player 1 has no monsters left in their Deck. During Player 1's Standby Phase, the following would occur: Since this loop was caused by a mandatory effect, it cannot be prevented by restricting the player's actions. "X-Head Cannon" is now the monster on the field with the highest ATK, so "Pole Position" makes it unaffected by Spell Cards. The above sequence would repeat infinitely. "Axe of Despair" now increases the ATK of "Muka Muka" by 1000, to 1900. The mandatory effect of "Light and Darkness Dragon" is Chained, negating the effect of "Judgment Dragon" and increasing its own ATK and DEF by 500. "Axe of Despair" now increases the ATK of "Muka Muka" by 1000, to 1900. "Muka Muka" is now unaffected by "Axe of Despair", reducing its ATK to 900. October 27, 2019 October 27, 2019 Lucia 1,700 0 Comments FTK. MK doesn't gain 100, it gains nothing because Avatar's ATK is ?. The above sequence would repeat infinitely, with the player who controls the monster equipped with "Snatch Steal" never settling. An infinite loop is impermissible for the game state, so any effects that would result from a loop are ignored. There are two distinct types of infinite loops: loops with no net change and loops with net change. There is a very simple infinite loop involving "Red-Eyes Flare Metal Dragon" and "Beelze of the Diabolic Dragons" that ends with the end of the Duel. October 27, 2019 October 27, 2019 Lucia 1,700 0 Comments FTK. "Royal Decree" negates the effect of "Skill Drain". TCG sets OCG sets Video game sets Card search categories Other card information Gallery Rulings Errata Tips Appearances Trivia Lores Artworks Names External links Yugioh-Card card database: 6427 ()YuGiOh … If Player 1 had already controlled "Imperial Order" before activating "Snatch Steal", then Player 1 activating "Snatch Steal" targeting "Jinzo" (equipped with "Amplifier") would be an illegal move. Player 1 controls a "Jinzo" which is owned by Player 2, but being controlled by Player 1 due to "Snatch Steal". "Effect Veiler" stops negating the effects of "Jinzo". Booster Packs. Nearly no one uses either one, so it remains a mystery. The above sequence would repeat infinitely, with which effect is active never settling. All-Out Attacks OTKs utilize a loop with net change to force the opponent to continuously thin their Deck (either by drawing cards or sending cards from the Deck to the Graveyard), eventually resulting in a Deck out. There is a very simple infinite loop involving "Red-Eyes Flare Metal Dragon" and "Beelze of the Diabolic Dragons" that ends with the end of the Duel. A monster cannot have "infinite" attack points. Immediately after the effect of Player 2's "Beelze of the Diabolic Dragons" resolves, Player 1's "Red-Eyes Flare Metal Dragon" will inflict 500 damage to Player 2. EDIT: There's a lag here. Yu-Gi-Oh! "Muka Muka" is now no longer the monster on the field with the highest ATK, so it is no longer unaffected by Spell Cards. "Jinzo" is equipped with "Amplifier". At the end of the turn, the following would occur: Since this loop was caused by a mandatory effect, it cannot be prevented by restricting the player's actions. If such a loop is caused by something involuntary, such as a player conducting their normal draw or a mandatory effect, then the card ruled to be the source of the infinite loop is automatically destroyed by game mechanics. Since "Skill Drain" is no longer negating "Jinzo", "Jinzo" negates the effect of "Royal Decree". "X-Head Cannon" would be Summoned with 1800 ATK. "X-Head Cannon" is now no longer the monster on the field with the highest ATK, so it is no longer unaffected by Spell Cards. "Imperial Order" negates the effect of "Snatch Steal" ("Amplifier" cannot be negated).