605.1. If there are pending abilities, the active player chooses which one to resolve first among their pending abilities in any order. It does not matter in which order the abilities became pending abilities.
605.2. Resolution is divided into several steps.
605.2a If a triggered ability has a condition, it checks whether it is satisfied at the time of resolution. If it isn't, the ability does nothing. Otherwise, it continues to resolve.
Example: Spatio-temporal fighting kill The awakening ability of the kill always triggers at the beginning of your turn. Before turn Even if there are no more than 6000 creatures of your power in the battle zone, - If there are more than 6000 creatures, you can reverse it to the one with the larger cost It is Noh.
605.2b When choosing cards or abilities, choose as much as possible within the range that you can specify. If you cannot choose, the effect will do nothing. If that card or ability has other effects, they are processed as usual. If the effect applies on everything in a context, then nothing is chosen.
605.2c Cards and abilities are resolved in the written order. However, replacement effects may modify these actions. In some cases, later text on the card may modify the meaning of earlier text.
605.2d If an effect requires information from the game, the answer is determined only once, when the effect is applied. If the effect requires information from a specific card, the effect uses the current information of that card. If an ability states that a card does something (eg. while battling), it’s the card as it exists that does it, not the ability. If a continuous effect requires information from a card, it checks only for the value of the specified characteristics (civilization, race, name, cost, power).
Example: Creatures with the ability to "have all civilization when in the battle zone" Destroy a char. If that is the case, put a creature with the same civilization from your hand If you select by effect, it checks the information at that time (when it is in the battle zone).
Example: If the command is in the command while the effect "command can not be attacked" is applied If you evolve into a creature you can attack it.
605.2e As the final part of a spell's resolution, the spell is put into its owner's graveyard. As the final part of an ability’s resolution, the ability ceases to exist.
605.3. If the card being resolved is a creature or a cross gear, it is put into the battle zone. If the card is a castle, it is put into its owner's shield zone.