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"Changes DEF value" vs. "Reduces DEF to 0"

There's been some editing going on here regarding sorting this card into the "Changes DEF value" and "Reduces DEF to 0" properties. Isn't "Changes DEF value" for cards that change the DEF to a specific amount APART from 0 (which has its own property entry)? If not, then should all cards under "Reduces DEF to 0" also be under the "Changes DEF value", since making the DEF 0 is also technically changing the DEF to a specific value? (Lucafriz (talkcontribs) 04:02, December 29, 2015 (UTC))

"Changes DEF value" is indeed covered by "Reduces DEF to 0". I usually list both, but the former category can be edited (and may already have been) so that the latter category's card's are included by default. So no objections to reverting. Cheesedude (talkcontribs) 18:25, December 29, 2015 (UTC)
I guess it is probably just best to edit "Changes DEF value" to also include the cards listed under "Reduces DEF to 0" to avoid redundancy. I always saw "Reduces DEF to 0 as a "subcategory" to "Changes DEF value" anyway, just like how "Special Summons itself from your Pendulum Zone" is a "subcategory" to "Special Summons from your Pendulum Zone". The latter deals with cards that Special Summon either themselves (covered by the former) or other cards from your Pendulum Zone. If there's no issues, then I'll go ahead and include "Reduces DEF to 0" cards under "Changes DEF value" as well. The former is just a more specific variant of the latter. I'll also do the same thing to the corresponding ATK properties as well. (Lucafriz (talkcontribs) 06:24, December 30, 2015 (UTC))

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