Schrödinger, the Cat in Flux

Card Number

RDE-080

Rarerity

R

Cost

WD

ATK/DEF

100 / 600

Type

Resonator

Race and Trait

Shadow

Illust

Matsurika Yoko

Card Text

Automatic

Whenever a resonator is put into a graveyard from your opponent's field ⇒ Remove that card from the game. If you do, put a [500/500] darkness Shadow resonator token into your field.

Automatic

When this card leaves your field for a non-field zone ⇒ Destroy all Shadow resonator tokens you control.

Flavor Text

The cat meowed and the world changed around it.

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Rulings

Quick question for a situation that happened in today's game twice. I am using the Monkey Trapped in Life and my opponent has Schrodinger the Cat in Flux on the field. In one situation, my card (the monkey) was blocked and sent to the Graveyard. The second situation was during his turn when I blocked his attack with the monkey it was destroyed. What is priority for these two cards in these situations? 

This depends on who is the turn player.


In any case where the player who controls 《The Monkey Trapped in Life》 is the turn player;


Monkey Trapped In Life's ability would trigger first, then 《Schr?dinger, the Cat in Flux》's ability would trigger. Schrodinger's ability was the last to enter the chase, so it is the first to resolve, meaning that it will successfully remove Monkey Trapped In Life and produce a shadow resonator token. Then, Monkey Trapped In Life's Ability resolves, the card does not return to the hand, since it is no longer in the graveyard, however its owner still loses 100 life.


If the controller of Schrodinger the Cat in Flux is the turn player, the opposite occurs. Schrodinger triggers first, then Monkey. So the Monkey's ability would resolve first, returning it to the hand and its owner losing 100 life. Schrodinger's ability would then resolve, but since the effect cannot remove Monkey Trapped In Life, as it is no longer in the graveyard, the effect resolves without removing anything and without producing a shadow resonator token.