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Hello Gustavo!!!

So, here is how Final Countdown works:

You activate the card, after which you pay 2000 Life points for the cost of activation. Then, your opponent can respond with anything that is chainable. After all effects are resolved, Final Countdown goes to the graveyard.

The short answer to your question is that it just goes to the graveyard after you activate it.

If a spell card does not say to leave it face up on the field, you don`t have to leave it face up. For example, Swords of Revealing Light stays face up on the field for however many turns because the card says, "This card remains on the field for 3 of your opponent's turns."

I hope that I helped! Thanks for asking and have an awesome week!!!


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I can answer questions about deck fixes regarding decks such as Infernities, Frogs, Blackwings, Chaos Dragon, Chaos, Chain Burn, Crystal Beasts, Dark World, Dino-Rabbit, Elemental HERO, Final Countdown, Plants, Quickdraw, Six Samurai, Lightsworn, Machina, Ojamas, Wind-Ups, Inzektors, Gadgets, Gravekeepers, and pretty much any OTK deck there is. I am mostly an Infernity player, but I have been around long enough to be able to basically answer any questions regarding anything yugioh related. I am not going to create decks for anybody, so do not send me a request to make a deck from scratch. I cannot answer questions about Fire Fists, Prophecy, and Merlanteans. PLEASE READ THIS: Do not send me a deck in paragraph form, the question will be rejected.


I have been playing since the game came out. I have taken part of every meta since Chaos Emperor Dragon was a card. I have topped almost every event at my locals, but I have not been to any larger scale events such as regionals or a Y.C.S.

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