All of the following relate to the new wording and sequence for calculating the effect from a Dark energy card. 1) Does an attack have to have a potential BASE DAMAGE (before weakness and resistance) of greater than zero to allow the +10? 2) Similar to 1) but does the attack have to have an actual BASE DAMAGE (prior to adding darkness) of greater than zero to gain the +10 3) Does an attack have to have a number 9including zero) , or question mark printed after the attack name to gain the +10? 4) Does the +10 now apply to Bench Damage too? I'm going to be rulling Yes, No, No, and No at the tournament this weekend unless someone can persuade me otherwise. For the distinction between a POTENTIAL BASE DAMAGE and BASE DAMAGE consider a flippy attack that gets all tails: result zero BASE damage, but there was the POTENTIAL for damage prior to the flips. [What I'm after is examples where this interpretation will result in a card becoming broken. Or examples why alternative ,more relaxed, answers don't result in Darkness becoming King!] let the debate begin... unless there is a rulings meeting this week.