Immunoglobulin Class G Antibody Opsonization Clarification

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BWise
Immunoglobulin Class G Antibody Opsonization Clarification

Hello,

I am loving Pathogenesis thus far but have a rules question regarding how the Immunoglobulin Class G Antibody Opsonization card works. The card reads "Add an IgG token to any player's pathogen. Immediately draw a new immune card for this pathogen." According to the rules on page 8-9, immune response attacks are resolved by 1 Card Movement, 2 Area Effects, 3 Resolve Attack, 4 Additional Effects, 5 Discard Immune Response Cards. My question is if this card's effects resolve during step 4 of the Immune response phase, how is the newly drawn card resolved? For example, if an immune response card is drawn that only has an attack value, does the new card get to attack even though step 3 of the Immune response phase has passed? The card Immunoglobulin Class E Antibody also has this issue as the card reads "Add an IgE token to this pathogen. Immediately draw a new card for this pathogen." I would like to know when cards that draw other cards should be resolved and how the newly drawn cards are resolved during the immune response phase. Any assistance is appreciated.

Thanks,

BWise

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Immunoglobulin Class G Antibody Opsonization Clarification

The newly drawn card is treated as it was drawn at the same same as all other immune system cards.

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