15 Surprisingly Strong Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards (And 15 That Just Aren't Worth It) (2023)

The Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise is one that spans several different entertainment mediums and has been around for over 20 years. From almost 1,000 episodes on TV,to tons of video game adaptations and, of course, the trading card game, this franchise has certainly been around the block. The entire franchise is centered around a card game that is played most often to take over the world in the anime, and in various living rooms around the world in real life. Gosh, I wish all my problems in real life could be solved with a Duel Disk. Who needs to elect a president when we can instead have a tournament hosted by Seto Kaiba to decide?

Anywho, like most trading card games, Yu-Gi-Oh! features a ton of strong cards and strategies to take on your opponents. No matter what type of cards you enjoy using, there’s likely a strategy for you. However, the TCG also features gems like Petit Moth. While most Yu-Gi-Oh! cards feature some sort of viable strategy around them, there are also some cards that just aren’t worth using. For example, why use Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon when you can use Frog The Jam? See, now you get it! So from the Dark Magicians to the Ojama Yellows, we have 15 strong Yu-Gi-Oh! cards, along with 15 that just aren’t worth the trouble.


30 Strong: The Seal Of Orichalcos

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Ok look, while the real-life Orichalcos can’t match the stealing souls variant of the anime, it certainly isn’t anything to scoff at! It gives all your monsters a 500 point attack boost, it can’t be destroyed once per turn, and only your strongest monster can be targeted by your opponent! This is certainly a handy little set of effects that can help give you a solid edge over your opponent. Just make sure you don’t succumb to the darkness inside your heart while using this, otherwise, the thousands-of-years-old Pharaoh that lives inside you will be left alone for the entire rest of the far too long 40 episode season.

29 Not Worth It: Panther Warrior

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Panther Warrior is one of those “I'm a 4-star monster that has 2000 attack yet I require some weird trade-off to attack” monsters. There's really a whole line of these bad boys! Panther Warrior's trade-off is that it requires a tribute to attack!

Ew! No! Why would you ever want this?

Just tribute summon a 2000 attack monster! This is a card that should only be used in dire situations, and the one situation I can think to use it in is: don't.

28 Strong: March Of The Monarchs + God Cards

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So the God cards aren't perfect, and they certainly aren't the absolute end all be all the anime makes them out to be. However, when you combine the cards with March of the Monarchs, they can't be destroyed by any card effects, which makes them much more usable. For one, they're much harder to take out, and the risk of getting rid of 3 monsters for them is cut significantly. And if you're going to use a God, go for Obelisk, or one we'll feature later.

27 Not Worth It: Koitsu and Aitsu

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The whole Koitsu line of cards is cute, they all center around being weak and hoping that they have some sort of potential inside of them that they haven’t realized, and Koitsu works as an equip spell card (after sacrificing two monsters for it) for one of the monsters in this set, Aitsu. When equipped to Aitsu, the monster gains 3000 attack and can inflict piercing damage. However, in order to get Koitsu equipped to Aitsu, Aitsu has to survive a turn being a level 5, 100 attack monster. No thanks! Bye!

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26 Strong: Win The Match Cards

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Cards with “win the match” effects are a pretty common occurrence in the Xyz days. These cards often require you to lower your opponent’s life points to 0 with them, and if you manage to do so, you actually win the match instead of just the single duel. This can be a pretty huge advantage in competitive play (I would know, I’ve played in one day of competitive and won exactly 0 matches.), unless your opponent is you know, not dumb, and surrenders before you get the chance to finish your strike.

25 Not Worth It: All Old Non-Effect Monsters

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Remember all those old cards such as Winged Dragon Guardian of the Fortress #1, Silver Fang, and Baby Dragon that were just regular old monsters that have no effects?

Yeah, they're literally pointless now.

Unless they're a monster like Dark Magician that has an archetype built around them, monsters that don't have an effect aren't worth going in your deck, period. Unless it looks cool, then it's totally worth it. Hey Cosmo Queen.

24 Strong: Master Peace, The True Dracoslaying King

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I hate this. This card can be unaffected by everything if you play your cards right. It can be unaffected by spells and traps if you choose to tribute those cards to summon it. Ugh. Besides this, the card is incredibly powerful and allows you to destroy one card of your opponent’s per turn.

Can you just like, stop for 5 seconds let me breathe.

This card can truly become unstoppable if you play your cards right, which is why it is a valuable asset to have.

23 Not Worth It: White Hole

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White Hole just stops Dark Hole from affecting your monsters. This is the same problem as Anti Raigeki. It’s a card that has to be set and waited on, while your opponent may not even have Dark Hole in their deck! Along with that, if you draw this card after Dark Hole is used, it just becomes absolutely useless. There’s no reason touse White Hole, so don’t.

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22 Strong: Apple Magician Girl

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The whole Magician Girl set of cards center around deflecting attacks to other Magician Girls that you just special summoned, while cutting your opponent’s attack, which is both fun to do and also a great way to swarm the field and shut down your opponent. Apple Magician Girl allows you to summon a level 5 or lower spellcaster from your hand (preferably a Magician Girl) when attacked, and switch the attack to that monster, all while halving your opponent’s attack points. Dunked on!

21 Not Worth It: Attack the Moon!

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Okay, I know that this card was made specifically to explain one of Yugi’s “literally what” moments from season 1, but this is truly just such a specific and unnecessary card that I have to mention it. This spell card allows you to destroy a spell or trap card on your opponent’s side of the field if a rock monster you control changes battle positions.

Hm? That is just so, oddly specific!

Who’s banking on taking out a spell or trap card based off the battle position of your cards? It’s just so unimportant!

20 Strong: Raigeki

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What was once a banned card is now a… not banned card because the competitive format thinks I can actually afford a Raigeki single! Hate that! This card is simple and clean, it literally just destroys all monsters on your opponent's side of the field. While this card can be countered pretty easily, it's a great way to gain a huge upper hand if your opponent isn't expecting it. Although, seriously, a single Raigeki can go for around $100! You think I'm spending that much on Yu-Gi-Oh!? I'm not even good!

19 Not Worth It: Anti Raigeki

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Anti Raigeki is a trap card that essentially just flips the effect of Raigeki back onto your opponent. While that’s not a terrible effect, I have to ask, why not just pack Raigeki? Using Anti Raigeki means that you have to sit there and hope that your opponent uses Raigeki, rather than just being able to use it yourself. The card is just redundant and is easily replaceable when the composition of a deck is so important.

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18 Strong: Mischief Of The Time Goddess

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Used with the “Valkyrie” archetype, Mischief Of The Time Goddess is a lil baddie. This card allows you, as long as you have only Valkyries on your side of the field, to skip straight past your opponent’s turn and into your next battle phase.

To put it in Layman's terms, "oof."

This card allows you to keep Valkyries that should leave thefield after one turn, and also allows you to get two turns worth of hits in at once, which is not a bad deal at all.

17 Strong: Golden Castle Of Stromberg

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While certainly not the lil' doozy she was when Zigfried hacked… the entire Duel Monsters mainframe in the anime… it’s still good!This card allows you to summon a monster from your deck every turn that mentions its name, which, of course, has great synergy with it. It also doesn’t allow your opponent to attack without losing their monster and can really shut your opponent out with the proper card combo. If you move quickly with this card (it has a hefty 10 card price per turn) you can take down your opponent with ease.

16 Not Worth It: Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth

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This little diva requires a cocoon to be on the field for 6 turns before she'll even show herself.

Absolutely not. How dare she?

3500 attack is nice, but you can find that attack power from anywhere other than a grown-up worm that requires this much maintenance. This is all assuming that you’ve even managed to keep a monster with zero attack and 2000 defense on the field for six turns at all! I have far more important things to do than take care of than a blob.

15 Strong: Lyrilusc (Assembled Nightingale)

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Ok here’s how to own with this card. Xyz summon this card with as much material as humanly possible, especially Lyriluscs that give this card extra effects. Use Mage Power and United We Stand to boost it up as much as possible. Detach a material in case your opponent has a trick up their sleeve. You are invincible and can attack multiple times with a huge amount of power behind you. Win in one turn. You’re welcome! Thank you, next.

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14 Not Worth It: Toon World

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In the era of Toon Kingdom, Toon World is essentially useless. Toon Kingdom is treated as Toon World when it is on the field, while also affording many extra powers to its many Toon inhabitants, such as essentially complete invulnerability. Terrific! This card is an absolute necessity if you’re running a Toon deck, and completely blows its predecessor out of the water. If you want to play cards like the stupid dragon I'm going to mention in a second, go for Kingdom.

13 Strong: Red-Eyes Toon Dragon

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This little abomination is used to summon Toon monsters directly from your hand. Since Toon decks are all about searching your deck for Toon monsters, this is an absolute beast of the deck. Of course, it can also attack directly if your opponent doesn't have anyToons, and isn't destroyed if Toon World is.

Wow, I really, really hate it.

Really, if you're running a Toon deck, this is going to be one of your most important cards to swarm the field and make your opponent flip the table. Not that I know first-hand or anything.

12 Not Worth It: Valon's Armor Cards

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Ok, I know that this set of… well, I guess you can call them cards, are only in the anime but I need to talk about them. These things were used by Valon in the ever so enchanting Waking the Dragons arc, and they were interesting, to say the least.

Valon literally wore his cards andattacked people with them.

I’m not even being hyperbolic, Valon was running around roughing-up individuals throughout the entirety of season 4. Who green-lit this?

11 Strong: The Winged Dragon Of Ra - Sphere Mode

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This spherical monster that literally almost sent Mai Valentine to the actual pits ofof the Underworld has some great uses. For one, you can sacrifice your opponent's monsters to use it, and it can be sacrificed to summon a 4000 attack and defense Winged Dragon of Ra, which is one of the best Ra forms you can have out. If you want to use Ra, this is going to be the best way to do so.

Oh, and the real card doesn't require an actual ancient chant to awake!


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What is the number 1 Yu-Gi-Oh card? ›

Blue-Eyes White Dragon

Beyond this, however, Blue-Eyes White Dragon can boast its status as one of the most valuable Yu-Gi-Oh! cards released to date. As the rarest card to pull in the original Legend of Blue-Eyes White Dragon booster pack, a first-edition copy can sell at auction for thousands of dollars.

What is the most confusing card in Yu-Gi-Oh? ›

Fortune Lady Light continues to confuse players because we just aren't used to cards with this kind of optional trigger. Destroying her with Dark Hole or Torrential Tribute will trigger her effect, but using her in a Link or Synchro Summon won't.

Will Yugioh cards ever be worth anything? ›

As long as there's a demand for Yu-Gi-Oh cards, they will always be worth something. The trading card game first started in 1996 - and it's still going strong. So, rest assured, Yu-Gi-Oh cards will be worth plenty of money in the foreseeable future. But that doesn't mean that every card will hold its value, though!

What Yu-Gi-Oh cards destroy all cards? ›

Living up to its name, Dark Hole is a Spell card that destroys every Monster on the field when activated.

What Yugioh card has the longest effect? ›

It probably won't surprise you to learn that Endymion, the Mighty Master of Magic has the most words in its effect text of any card in the game. Endymion's Pendulum effect alone has the most words of any Pendulum monster in the game.

How can you tell if a Yu-Gi-Oh card is rare? ›

Modern Super Rares have holofoil artwork, Level, and Attribute icons. Older Super Rares will only have holofoil artwork. Ultra Rares are identical to Super Rares, but they have gold foil lettering on the card name. A Secret Rare has a rainbow-colored foil that's applied to the artwork, card name, Attribute, and Level.

Which card is most powerful? ›

The Ace of Spades (also known as the Spadille and Death Card) is traditionally the highest and most valued card in the deck of playing cards in English-speaking countries.

What is the best Yu-Gi-Oh game right now? ›

Yu-Gi-Oh! video games
  • Forbidden Memories.
  • The Duelist of the Roses.
  • GX: Spirit Caller.
  • 5D's Wheelie Breakers.
  • Master Duel.
Dec 13, 2022

What is the weakest Yugioh card ever? ›

The weakest Yu-Gi-Oh! card ever made is Mystery Guard, which has 0 ATK and 0 DEF. It is not very useful in-game as it does not have any effects.

What is Yugi's signature card? ›

Yu-Gi-Oh! anime and manga
CharacterSignature card(s)
Yami YugiDark Magician and Dark Magician Girl Kuriboh Summoned Skull Magician of Black Chaos Black Luster Soldier Egyptian Gods Eye of Timaeus (Waking the Dragons)
Yugi MutoDark Magician Kuriboh Gandora the Dragon of Destruction Silent Swordsman LV0 Silent Magician LV0
33 more rows

What is the rarest Yugioh card in real life? ›

Crush Card Virus' Prize Card version is by far the rarest and most valuable Trap Card, and it's not even close. Thanks to its iconic status in both the anime and the actual TCG, the Shonen Jump version will fetch you a pretty $115,033 penny.

What Yu-Gi-Oh sets are worth money? ›

Rarest and most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! cards
  • United We Stand.
  • Monster Reborn.
  • Exodia the Forbidden One.
  • Dark Magician Girl.
  • Red-Eyes B. Dragon.
  • Doomcaliber Knight.
  • Cyber-Stein.
  • Card Crush Virus.
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What makes a YuGiOh card worth more? ›


Three main factors apply when trying to determine the value of a Yu-Gi-Oh! card. Understanding the rarity of the card (population) is the most important thing to consider. Each pack has a different subset of rarities.

Should I collect YuGiOh cards? ›

To wrap up, we are going to answer the ultimate question: “Is collecting YuGiOh cards worth it.” Of course, it is worth getting into, especially if you are into the show or card game. There are a lot of buyers in the market, and if you find the right card, you could make a tidy sum.

How many cards is too much in a Yu-Gi-Oh deck? ›

Assemble your favorite cards into a Deck that follows these rules: ●The Deck must be 40 to 60 cards. You can only have up to 3 copies of the same card in your Deck, Extra Deck and Side Deck combined. Also, some cards are Forbidden, Limited or Semi-Limited in official tournaments.

How many Yu-Gi-Oh cards exist? ›

Konami, the creator of the cards, has never come out with an official number, but the Yu-Gi-Oh! Fandom Wiki has catalogued that there are 12,456 in the Official Card Game and 11,145 in the Trading Card Game.

What card can destroy exodia? ›

If they're playing Trap Stall Exodia, Royal Decree and Trap Stun will kill them. When they're relying on Battle Fader or Swift Scarecrow to block attacks, negate them with Solemn Strike, etc, or prevent them from activating entirely with a card like Utopia the Lightning, Armades, or Odd-Eyes Meteorburst Dragon.

Is it better to have 40 or 60 cards Yugioh? ›

Johnny advocated for Main Decking 5 to 6 defensive cards in 40, which gives you a 57.7% chance to see 1 when you're going first. By playing 15 defensive cards in a total of 60, you'll see exactly 1 defensive card in your opening hand in 77.6% of your games, and you'll see any 2 of them in 36.7% of your games.

What are the odds of collectors rare? ›

Collector's Rares aren't especially difficult to pull: you can expect to find one in roughly every three or four booster boxes you open. That's a lot easier than the one-per-case hit rate for some Ghost Rares, or the one-per-two-case ratio for Starlight Rares.

How can you tell if a Yugioh card is first edition or unlimited? ›

Tell-Tale Warning Signs

For starters, legitimate Yu-Gi-Oh cards have a square foil stamp in the bottom right corner of Yu-Gi-Oh's 'Eye of Anubis' symbol. That foil square is gold on a 1st Edition card, and silver on an Unlimited Edition card.

What card do millionaires use? ›

Millionaires use credit cards like the Centurion® Card from American Express, the J.P. Morgan Reserve Credit Card. These high-end credit cards are available only to people who receive an invitation to apply, which millionaires have the best chance of getting.

Which card is the king of cards? ›

The king is usually the highest-ranking face card. In the French version of playing cards and tarot decks, the king immediately outranks the queen. In Italian and Spanish playing cards, the king immediately outranks the knight.

What is the hardest card to pull? ›

Why it's one of the hardest credit cards to get: The hardest credit card to get is the American Express Centurion Card. Known simply as the “Black Card,” you need an invitation to get Amex Centurion.

Who is the greatest Yu-Gi-Oh player? ›

27-year-old beat out roughly 100,000 people worldwide for the 'very prestigious' title. Equipped with his best 40 cards, a lot of strategy and a bit of luck, Adam Teshuba has earned the top world ranking playing his favourite style of the Yu-Gi-Oh card game.

Who is the best Yu-Gi-Oh character? ›

Yu-Gi-Oh!: Best Characters in the Original Animated Series, Ranked
  • 8 Yami Bakura.
  • 6 Mai Valentine.
  • 5 Téa Gardner.
  • 4 Joey Wheeler.
  • 3 Seto Kaiba.
  • 2 Yami Yugi.
  • 1 Yugi Muto.
Jul 26, 2022

What is the most realistic Yu-Gi-Oh game? ›

The Eternal Duelist Soul remains the best video game in the entire franchise, notable for having the most accurate and advanced version of Duel Monsters in the Yu-Gi-Oh! series and for giving players the opportunity to import cards from the official trading card game to boost their decks in-game.

How many cards are banned in Yu-Gi-Oh? ›

Forbidden List: 104 Card(s) - Forbidden Cards cannot be used when building your Main Deck, Extra Deck, or Side Deck.

Which Yu-Gi-Oh protagonist loses the most? ›

Conversation. Yugioh main protag duel ratios: Yugi: 34 wins, 05 losses, 01 draw Jaden: 78 wins, 05 losses, 03 draw Yusei: 52 wins, 01 loss Yuma: 54 wins, 11 losses, 01 draw Yuya: 39 wins, 05 losses, 01 draws Yusaku: 24 wins, 0 losses, 3 draws Yusaku had the best duel record of the 6.

Is it bad to have 60 cards in a Yu-Gi-Oh deck? ›

While you might think it's best to have 60 cards, filling a deck with high level monsters that could deal massive damage, this can lead to bricking. Bricking is when you draw a bad hand in Yu-Gi-Oh that doesn't allow you to summon cards or use your deck's strategies, leaving you open to attacks from your opponent.

Who is Yugi's daughter? ›

Anzu is the daughter of Yugi and Tea in Yu-Gi-Oh! X and Kidnapped. She was born four years after Atem left along with her twin brother, Tag. She is never seen dueling, but she is mentioned to duel casually, and she states that her favorite card is Dark Magician Girl.

Who is Yugi's ace? ›

Characters as central as Yugi have several ace monsters, such as Dark Magician, Dark Magician Girl, and Kuriboh.

What is Yugi's spirit called? ›

Yugi revives an ancient spirit called Atem (闇遊戯, Yami Yūgi) (Yami Yugi in the English dub and Dark Yugi in the English translation of the manga). During the series, Yugi forms friendships with the supporting cast, interacts with Atem and learns about his secrets.

How can you tell if a blue eyes white dragon is rare? ›

The Blue-Eyes White Dragon (Silver), Blue-Eyes White Dragon (Bronze), and name-stamped versions of Duelist League Blue-Eyes White Dragon are all pretty rare, but the Blue-stamped version is the only one that makes the Top 10. If you want one for your collection, get ready to drop at least 100 dollars.

Does Yugi ever get Exodia back? ›

The Yugioh Cards of the Exodia Set were unfortunately dissolved by salty water which is not a big surprise considering Yugi never retrieved them, and paper cards do not last too long in water.

Is Yu-Gi-Oh an expensive hobby? ›

Yu-Gi-Oh's notoriously expensive. Throughout its history, we've seen some of the best decks sport price tags that easily cleared the $1,000 mark.

What are the most expensive Yugioh cards right now? ›

Let me show you what I mean.
  1. #1 Starlight Rare Dharc the Dark Charmer, Gloomy.
  2. #2 Starlight Rare Ghost Belle & Haunted Mansion. ...
  3. #3 Ghost Rare Dark Magician Girl. ...
  4. #4 Starlight Rare Exosisters Magnifica. ...
  5. #5 Starlight Rare The Dark Magicians. ...
  6. #6 Starlight Rare Therion "King" Regulus. ...
  7. #7 Ghost Rare Blue-Eyes White Dragon. ...
Feb 7, 2023

Is it better to sell Pokemon or Yugioh cards? ›

Collectors can find common, uncommon, and rare cards to sell or keep in their binder. Many rare trading cards are worth quite a bit, which is why some people collect the cards for the potential of a big sell rather than for the game. On average, Pokemon cards are worth more than Yugioh cards.

Is it better to go first in Yu-Gi-Oh? ›

The big difference between going first and second is that the first player skips the Draw Step and Battle Step of their first turn. The first player can summon monsters, set traps and play spells just like always, but they can't attack with any monster they summon straight away.

Where should I start collecting Yu-Gi-Oh cards? ›

Buy a Starter Pack or a Structure Deck, or Start From Scratch. There are three different ways to start collecting cards. A starter pack will give you various cards for beginners. Starter packs aim to teach you how to play with the cards and get you used to the game's flow.

Is it worth selling old Yugioh cards? ›

Selling your Yugioh cards can be a lengthy process, but there is definitely money to be made if you're willing to do it. As a side-hustle or way to make money online, it's a good option if you're passionate about it.

What Yugioh cards are worth selling? ›

These are the world's most rare YuGiOh cards:

Crush Card Virus Shonen Jump Championship 2007. Cyber-Stein Shonen Jump Championship 2004. Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth Dark Duels Stories promo. Blue-Eyes White Dragon Dark Duel Stories promo.

Is Yu-Gi-Oh or Pokemon more valuable? ›

On average, Pokemon cards are worth more than Yugioh cards. Pokemon cards have a larger fan base, and there is a larger number of rare cards to buy, sell, and collect. Pokemon cards have a lower cost of entry, increasing their popularity and raising the demand for rare cards.


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