Inherent special summon?

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what is an inherent special summon? i know you can't Solemn Judgement a gorz some say you can't bottomless trap hole a Gigaplant summoned by Lonefire Blossom, so does that mean you can't bottomless a Bestiari summoned by another gb? 22:17, May 28, 2010 (UTC)

An inherent Special Summon is something like the text of "Cyber Dragon". It's a built-in way of Summoning the monster. With it, you (the player) are considered to be performing the Summon, not some effect; it's like how when you Normal Summon or Flip Summon the monster, you (the player) are Summoning the monster, not some effect.
"Gorz the Emissary of Darkness" has to be Summoned in response to an event happening, so it is Summoned by a Trigger Effect. "Solemn Judgment" can only be used when you (the player, not an effect) Summons a monster, so you can't use "Solemn Judgment" when "Gorz the Emissary of Darkness" Special Summons itself.
"Bottomless Trap Hole" does not care how the monster was Summoned. You can activate "Bottomless Trap Hole" both when an effect Summons a monster and when you (the player) Summon a monster. You can use "Bottomless Trap Hole" when "Gigaplant" is Summoned. However, you can't use "Solemn Judgment", since the effect of "Lonefire Blossom" is Summoning the monster (not you, the player). Similarly, you can use "Bottomless Trap Hole" when "Gladiator Beast Bestiari" is Summoned - you would just activate "Bottomless Trap Hole" in Chain to "Gladiator Beast Bestiari"'s effect.
--Deus Ex Machina (Talk) 01:07, May 29, 2010 (UTC)

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