Originally Posted by VSA
How can you target a mission that hasn't resolved yet with Kiba? Seriously how can you? He targets a mission that has resolved, and since A Quiet Day hasn't resolved, it cannot be affected by him, going back to "Negate the target" vs "Negate the text."
How can you negate the text of a mission that hasn't resolved yet? Explain that first please.
Because Kiba doesn't require the Mission to be in play. Just as New Orders doesn't either. New Orders can Negate a Mission on the Chain or a Mission that is in play, either or.
Gameru on the other hand cannot target and be used against New Orders or A Quiet Day because Gameru requires that Mission be fully resolved and "in-play." Hina, on the other hand, just required the target to be a Mission - it did not have to be a Mission "in-play," it simply could be a Mission on the Chain because a Mission Card IS a Mission on the Chain.
Back to Kiba. No where at all, anywhere, top to bottom, left to right, does Kiba stipulate that the Mission he is targeting has to be "in-play" i.e. resolved, only that it be a "Mission," which would include but not be limited to, Missions on the Chain. Kiba's effect then resolves and remains for the remainder of the turn, as his effect stipulates. So when that Mission (AQD) does resolve and its effect would normally then be applied, it is "Negated during this turn."