How It works
An "Engorge" ability only activates when the unit possessing it declares its attack. When it does, you may retire one or more of your rear-guards (except the attacking unit). If you retired at least one rear-guard this way, the attacking unit becomes engorged state, and it remains in engorged state until end of turn. The amount of units you retired with an "Engorge" ability can be important regarding other effects that require checking for a specific number of units retired during the same turn.
Effect Use Timing
- "When this unit becomes engorged..." refers to when the unit changes from not being engorged state to being engorged state in order to be activated.
- "If this unit is engorged..." refers to whether the unit is engorged state at that moment after being activated.
List of Cards
- Barrier Dragon, Styracolord
- Black-winged Dragon, Ravenptera
- Collision Dragon, Charging Pachycephalo
- Savage Heroine
- Conflagration Dragon, Gigant Flame
- Beam Dragon, Apatomaser
- Explosive Dragon, Sarcoblaze
- Rusher Erasmo
- Emperor Dragon, Gaia Emperor
- Frenzy Emperor Dragon, Gaia Desperado
- Rage Dragon, Tyrannobrute
- Savage Head
- Absolute Ruler, Gluttony Dogma
- Destruction Tyrant, Gradogigant
- Destruction Tyrant, Volcantyranno
- Destructive Equipment, Hammer Gewalt
- Great Emperor Dragon, Gaia Dynast
List of Support Cards
- Louder Ammonite (Stand)
- In the anime, activating Engorge is depicted as the Vanguard literally devouring the retired rearguards.