When the target of attack/strike/whatever is removed, it will naturally fizzle. This is different from the matter at hand.Konrad Klar wrote:Sometimes an attack is canceled just because it cannot be continued, not because action "cancel" was invoked.
This may happen if defender is removed from play (due to failed cc, for example) in middle of resolving attack.
An attack that has been declared targets the company. According to the dragon ahunt analogy I posted, it doesn't matter if the card that created the attack is removed from play. In fact, it wouldn't even matter if you were able to change the site path once the dragon ahunt's attack has been declared, that attack would still need to be resolved because it's sticking to the company now. Similarly it shouldn't matter if you change the site while facing an automatic-attack.