First post here, long time Infinity player now starting A!...Reading Senor Massacre's general Switch, coupling with the effect of his attack, it raised a question to me for which I couldn't find an existing answer via searching the forums for the following situation: Massacre declares an attack on an enemy, rolls his dice, and the rolled dice allow him to use his switch to taunt the target of his attack. Can he then apply the double-arrow effect of his attack to add the effects's orange dice to that ongoing attack? Per the Action steps resolution order, the roll (and switch resolution) happens before any effects take place, so I'd say yes, he can taunt via his switch, and the effect applies to current attack roll. But I also know that once an attack is declared and roll occurs, the conditions that were in place at that point are supposed to apply to the attack throughout the attack's resolution. By that logic, the target could be taunted via his switch, but his attack effect should not be applied to that ongoing attack. I am torn on this, and feel like the answer is simple, yet I'm missing it. I appreciate any help on this one.