"Asura Priest" may attack directly if it has not already attacked a monster this turn.
"Asura Priest" cannot attack a monster if it has already attacked directly this turn. For example, the opponent activates "Call of the Haunted" or "Scapegoat" after "Asura Priest" has completed a direct attack.
"Asura Priest" may attack each monster only once. If the opponent controls "Spirit Reaper" you cannot continually attack it.
When cards like "Gravekeeper’s Servant" or "Toll" are active on the field, you must pay each time "Asura Priest" attacks.
"Asura Priest" attacks each monster one a time. Resolve the battle with one monster before declaring an attack on another monster.
"Asura Priest" does not have to attack all monsters on your opponent’s side of the field. If you opponent controls 3 monsters, you may choose to attack only 2 of them.
When "Asura Priest" attacks and destroys "Giant Rat" or "Masked Dragon", you may then attack the monster Special Summoned by the effect of those monsters.
If “Asura Priest” attacks a monster and your opponent activates “Magic Cylinder” to negate the attack, “Asura Priest” can attack that same monster again.
If your opponent has “Patrician of Darkness” on the field they can choose the same monster as the attack target of “Asura Priest” each time you declare an attack with it. (For example, re-direct all of your “Asura Priest” attacks at “Spirit Reaper” instead.)
After "Asura Priest" has attacked monsters, other monsters you control may still attack directly.
"Asura Priest" can attack each monster once during the same Battle Phase. These attacks do not have to be all in a row. For example, you can attack monsters with "Asura Priest", then attack with another monster, and "Asura Priest" can still attack again as long as it attacks a monster it has not attacked yet.