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New System - The Exceed Summon

An Exceed Monster - No. 17, Revise Dragon

With the dawn of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL era comes a new type of monster - the Exceed Monster. What follows is a primer on what they are, how they are summoned, and how they are treated. Hopefully this will ensure that you will all be ready to tackle them once they take the world by storm (or not, as the case may be).

Exceed Monsters
  • An Exceed Monster is a new type of Monster Card that is coloured black. They are stored in the Extra Deck along with Fusion Monsters and Synchro Monsters.
  • Instead of a Level, Exceed Monsters have a Rank. This Rank determines the required Levels of the Exceed Material Monsters needed in order to summon your desired Exceed Monster. An Exceed Monster's Rank is depicted by a row of yellow stars in black orbs (as opposed to the yellow stars in red orbs of a monster's Level) that extend outwards from the left-hand side of the card (opposite to where a monster's Level would be depicted).
  • An Exceed Monster's Rank is not its Level. Exceed Monsters do not have a Level. Therefore, any effects that would refer to the Level of a monster cannot be applied to an Exceed Monster under any circumstances.
Exceed Summoning
  • In order to Exceed Summon an Exceed Monster, you must first take the required Exceed Material Monsters face-up on your side of the field and stack them together. Then, the Exceed Monster is Exceed Summoned from your Extra Deck, and placed on top of the stack.
  • The respective battle positions of the Exceed Material Monsters do not matter, so long as they are all face-up. However, once you have Exceed Summoned your Exceed Monster, ensure that the entire stack is neatly aligned according to the Exceed Monster's battle position.
  • An Exceed Summon is a type of Special Summon, and an Exceed Monster cannot be Special Summoned from the Graveyard or removed from play pile unless it was properly Exceed Summoned first.
Miscellaneous
  • Some effects may require you to remove Exceed Material Monsters from an Exceed Monster. In this case, the required Exceed Material Monsters are taken from beneath the Exceed Monster in question and sent to the Graveyard. Be wary though, as some such effects may have a sting in the tail should an Exceed Monster have no Exceed Material Monsters left beneath it.
  • An Exceed Material Monster being removed from an Exceed Monster in such a manner does not officially count as that monster being sent to the Graveyard. Therefore, an effect such as that of Sangan will not trigger.
  • Note that an Exceed Monster Special Summoned via any means other than an Exceed Summon will thus not have any Exceed Material Monsters beneath it. Therefore, any negative effects that might apply to an Exceed Monster in such a state will be applied immediately.
  • It is currently unknown as to what happens to any Exceed Material Monsters beneath an Exceed Monster that is flipped face-down or removed from the field in some manner. For the time being I believe it can be safely assumed that they are all simply removed in the same manner as they would be for the sake of an effect (in other words, sent to the Graveyard, but not officially). Basically, think of an Exceed Monster's Exceed Material Monsters like counters.
  • It is also currently unknown as to whether or not tokens can be used as Exceed Material Monsters. Until an official word is made, it is advised that you come to an agreement regarding this matter with your opponent in advance.
If you feel that I have missed anything important, please do note suchly in the comments and I shall amend this list accordingly. However, I'm pretty confident that the above should cover most bases.

Any unresolved issues above will be updated as soon as official word is known.

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