20 Strongest Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards, Ranked (2023)

Yu-Gi-Oh! is an anime series and card game that has been around for a very long time. In that regard, the way the game is being played has always been based on how the game is played in the anime. As such, there have been a lot of different cards that were released in real life that were featured in the anime series as well.

Of course, like many different card games, Yu-Gi-Oh! has been steadily growing in terms of the styles used to play the game and when it comes to how certain cards were made to fit the themes that the different anime shows have been using to deliver their storylines. But the fact of the matter is that certain cards have always been stronger than all of the others. And this is where we will look at the strongest Yu-Gi-Oh! cards ever made.

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20. Cyber Dragon

19. Yata-Garasu

18. Pot of Greed

17. Anti-Spell Fragrance

16. Toadally Awesome

15. Dark Sage

14. Wightprincess

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13. Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon

12. Orichalcos Kyutora

10. Divine Serpent Geh

9. Dark Magician

8. Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon

7. Super Quantal Mech King Great Magnus

6. F.G.D. (Five-Headed Dragon)

5. Master of Dragon Soldier

4. Exodia, The Forbidden One

3. The Winged Dragon of Ra

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2. Apoqliphort Towers

1. Last Turn

20. Cyber Dragon

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We start things off with one of the most popular cards that became a fan favorite during the time of the Yu-Gi-Oh! G.X. anime. Cyber Dragon became one of the cards that players often used to win championships years ago, as this card was featured in decks that won the World Championships three years in a row. And that’s because this card is a very easy monster to summon despite the fact that it has a considerably respectable attack.

Of course, what makes Cyber Dragon even more dangerous is the fact that it can link with other Cyber Dragon cards to become even more powerful. So, if you add the fact that this card can easily be special summoned with the fact that it can become stronger as the game goes by, you have a card that can give you quick wins but can be serviceable in prolonged battles.

19. Yata-Garasu

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There is a reason why Yata-Garasu is a banned card that you can’t use in competitive games nowadays, as it is simply a hacked card that can make things troublesome for opponents. While it certainly doesn’t have the attack power of the cards that are higher up on this list, it does have applications that can be completely overpowered once you know how to use it.

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There is something called the Yata Lock deck, which is capable of clearing an opponent’s field and hand before you summon Yata-Garasu. As such, it basically prevents the opponent from actually doing anything in the game. That’s because this card can force your opponent to skip the next draw phase when they take damage from this card, and that means that, as long as you know how to implement it into your offensive attack, Yata-Garasu can lock your opponent up and slowly kill them.

18. Pot of Greed

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Pot of Greed was a fixture among different decks back in the earlier days of Yu-Gi-Oh! because of the fact that it has an effect that can be used for any kind of deck. That’s because Pot of Greed allowed you to instantly draw new cards from your deck without any cost whatsoever. This allowed you to speed things up and get cards that you might need to prepare your offensive attack.

In truth, Pot of Greed has a very simple effect, but it is incredibly useful at allowing you to gain the advantage in a hurry, especially if you manage to draw one of your strongest cards upon using this card. As such, Pot of Greed was banned from competitive play as it is simply a card that is incredibly potent in any kind of build.

17. Anti-Spell Fragrance

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While it might not do any damage or help you win your games quickly, Anti-Spell Fragrance is an instant game changer, especially when you are facing an opponent that loves to use spell cards. That’s because this card forces both players to set their spell cards first before activating them, and that means that you can prepare for any kind of tricks that your opponent has.

So, when you’re facing an enemy that likes to use different spell cards, this changes the game because they can’t cast their spells in an instant during their turn. And when they have to set their spell cards first, this gives you time to find a way to counter those spells by destroying them from the field or by preparing your defenses.

16. Toadally Awesome

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Toadally Awesome normally isn’t on anyone’s list of strongest Yu-Gi-Oh! cards because it looks silly and isn’t even that strong in terms of its attack. However, what makes it a great card is the fact that it has a lot of good negation properties that make it totally awesome (pun intended).

If you’re facing an X.Y.Z. deck, it has the ability to detach an X.Y.Z. material during the Standby Phase, and this allows you to have an instant counter against your opponent. You can even use this card to negate spells or trap cards, depending on how you want to use Toadally Awesome. It really is an awesome card to use because of its negation powers, and that’s why opponents would want to take it out of the game as soon as possible.

15. Dark Sage

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Dark Sage is your Dark Magician on steroids, as it is said to be the evolved form of Dark Magician. You can only summon this card by sacrificing Dark Magician and by using the effects of Time Wizard (only when you successfully win the coin toss portion). In that regard, the summon can be quite situational, and that’s why this card isn’t one of the strongest on this list. Nevertheless, if you do summon Dark Sage, you’re in for a treat.

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The power of Dark Sage allows it to have total control over your spells and trap cards, as your opponent cannot destroy them. Moreover, Dark Sage is also treated as Dark Magician while it is on the field, and that means that it can do everything that Dark Magician can do. But the fact that it can be sort of a gamble is the reason why it isn’t higher up on this list.

14. Wightprincess

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Wightprincess is one of the cards that prove that not all of the Yu-Gi-Oh! cards should be incredibly strong to make a difference. That’s because, while this card isn’t strong enough on its own, it can change the outcome because of the fact that it can reduce the attack power of all of the enemy monsters to zero if you know how to use this card. Right.

Specifically, Wightprincess is at its best when you have Skull Princess and King of the Skull Servants because of how it can totally negate the strongest cards on the field. As such, when used properly, this card has shown its capability to win games. The only caveat is that it takes a lot of skill on the part of the player to understand its true potential as a game-changing card.

13. Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon

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Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon isn’t the strongest dragon card when it comes to its attack power, but it sure is one of the coolest and most useful. On top of the fact that it totally looks metal and badass, this card is usually a staple in dragon decks because of the fact it is basically a two-for-one card the moment you summon it.

In the hands of an experienced duelist, Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon can totally change the outcome of a game as it allows you to summon another dragon from your graveyard. So, if you’re able to dump a powerful dragon card from your deck or hand to your graveyard, then using the effect of this card will allow you to instantly summon that card the moment you summon Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon.

12. Orichalcos Kyutora

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Orichalcos Kyutora is one of the three interrelated cards that we have on this list. Of course, in the anime, we saw the effects of this card in play when Dartz used it against Yugi in their duel. And while this card may not be impressive when it comes to its attack and defense, it has an effect that can devastate an entire game.

When you summon Orichalcos Kyutora, you will have to pay 500 life points. But the good thing is that this card negates all battle damage from the monsters that you own to 0. That means that your monsters are basically unstoppable as long as this card is on the field. And even if this card is destroyed, you get a bonus of summoning another Orichalcos card from your hand.

11. Orichalcos Shunoros

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The usual combo when Kyotora gets destroyed is that players summon Orichalcos Shunoros into the field. Of course, its capability allows it to have a total attack that is equal to the damage that was reduced by Kyotora while it was on the field. This allows you to have a powerful monster that can potentially have a maxed-out attack. And you can also summon one Orichalcos Aristeros and one Orichalcos Dexia from your hand or deck.

On its own, this card can totally change the game already. However, it has one final effect. Once it gets destroyed, Shunoros allows you to summon the final Orichalcos monster in this amazing combo.

10. Divine Serpent Geh

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When Shunoros gets destroyed, you have to pay 10,000 life points to summon Divine Serpent Geh into the field. While this monster is on the field, your life points are reduced to 0. Normally, that means that you already lose the game, but Divine Serpent Geh prevents you from losing the game while it is on the field.

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The caveat, however, is that you have to send the first ten cards on your deck to the graveyard if you want to attack using Divine Serpent Geh. In that regard, it is an incredibly risky monster that can be a double-edged sword. But the rewards of this card can be quite fruitful in an Orichalcos deck that basically keeps you from losing a game.

9. Dark Magician

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You might be confused why Dark Magician is higher on this list than Dark Sage, and that’s basically because using Dark Magician doesn’t have the risks involved with summoning Dark Sage. On top of that, Dark Magician is arguably the most versatile card in the game due to the fact that it has exclusive effects and spell cards that cater to it. Of course, it has to have its exclusive effects because it is, after all, the most iconic card in the entire Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise.

Dark Magician is the centerpiece of a Dark Magician deck, as this allows you to make use of its incredible versatility when it comes to using spell cards. And it also does well when used in conjunction with other cards that were basically created to complement the capabilities of Dark Magician.

8. Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon

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When it made its debut in the anime, Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon became the ultimate card because there was no card that could match its sheer firepower. After all, it is the combination of three Blue-Eyes White Dragons, which are already powerful in their own right. As such, it is an incredibly powerful card that, when summoned, can have devastating effects.

The only problem is that it can be a bit tricky to find a way to summon this card, but there are some faster ways to summon it without having to go through the usually painful process of having to wait for several turns to gather all three of your Blue-Eyes White Dragon. And when used in a dragon deck, this card can be a huge part of an incredibly devastating dragon attack.

7. Super Quantal Mech King Great Magnus

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If the creators took the time to give this card a long name, that would mean that it should be overpowered. Of course, Super Quantal Mech King Great Magnus is indeed an overpowered card that can immediately take the fun out of any duel due to its devastating effects. The only problem is that it can be difficult to put this card in play.

You have to sacrifice six or more materials to summon this card. But once summoned, Super Quantal Mech King Great Magnus can break a game because of the fact that this card prevents enemies from adding cards to their hands. And let’s not even forget that it has a pretty high attack as well.

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6. F.G.D. (Five-Headed Dragon)

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Arguably one of the most difficult cards to summon in the entire game, F.G.D., which is also called Five-Headed Dragon, is one of the strongest cards in terms of its raw power and its effect as it is nearly indestructible. It cannot be destroyed by battle with a dark, earth, water, fire, or wind monster. That is, of course, if there is a monster that has a higher attack than this incredible beast.

The only caveat when it comes to this card is that it can be very difficult to summon, as you would have to have a varied dragon-themed deck. But once you get it on the field, you become almost impossible to defeat. And the only other monster that can defeat this card in a straight-up duel is the one higher up on this list.

5. Master of Dragon Soldier

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Made to be the foil of F.G.D., Master of Dragon Soldier is the combination of two amazingly strong monsters: Black Luster Soldier and Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon. In that regard, it has a ridiculously high attack power that matches F.G.D. But the twist is that it was indeed made to be the foil of F.G.D. because of the fact that it gets an additional 500 for every other dragon ally on the field.

In that regard, as long as you control other dragon monsters, this card becomes instantly more powerful than F.G.D., considering that it is a light monster. It was indeed made to counter one of the strongest cards in the game, and that’s why it is almost always a fixture in dragon-themed decks.

4. Exodia, The Forbidden One

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Canonically speaking, Exodia, The Forbidden One, was the first card to break the game because of the fact that it is an instant-win card. You don’t even have to summon it on the field because, as long as you have all five of the body parts of this monster on your hand, you instantly win the game.

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Even if Exodia has been around for a very long time, players have found different ways to break the game by using cards and effects that allow them to summon all five parts in one turn. As such, this makes it one of the cards that can be quite tricky to use but is more than worth it as long as you have the cards that will allow you to find a quick way to have all five parts in your hand.

3. The Winged Dragon of Ra

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The Winged Dragon of Ra is one of the original god cards of the game, as it is the strongest out of all of the three Egyptian God Cards. Of course, we opted not to include the other two cards as they don’t have the sheer power that this one has. The other two cards are strong in their own right as well, but The Winged Dragon of Ra is on a totally different level both in the game and in the anime.

In terms of its capabilities, The Winged Dragon of Ra has the ability to destroy any enemy monster as long as you tribute 1,000 life points. But that doesn’t matter as long as you have a way to recover your life points. And another good thing is that once this card enters the game, the effects of other cards can’t activate for a time, and that means that you’ll be safe from a quick counterattack.

2. Apoqliphort Towers

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There is a reason why Apoqliphort Towers is on the ban list of Yu-Gi-Oh! as it is simply a ridiculously strong card. This card cannot be special summoned unless you sacrifice three Qliphort monsters on your part. However, once you are able to meet the demands, you are in for a treat.

The fact that Apoqliphort Towers is immune to the effects of spell and trap cards makes it a juggernaut of a card. Of course, it is also immune to the effects of monsters with levels lower than its own. As such, it is incredibly difficult to counter this powerful card once you get it on the field.

1. Last Turn

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There was a time when Last Turn used to be a balanced Yu-Gi-Oh! as long as you were confident that your opponent didn’t have a monster card that had a higher attack than the one on your field. This card basically allowed you to end the entire game in a hurry as long as you had life points of fewer than 1,000. Activating this trap card will allow you to choose one monster card on your field and sacrifice all others while your opponent chooses a monster card from their deck. After that, both cards are forced to battle, as the owner of the card that wins the battle wins the game.

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Back then, this seemed to be quite balanced when you knew that your opponent didn’t have a monster card stronger than yours. But players were able to find a way to combine its effect with Jowgen the Spiritualist to make it an instant-win card. This is the very same reason why Last Turn is the strongest Yu-Gi-Oh! card and why it probably won’t get removed from the ban list.

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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 Yugi Muto best card? ›

Yu-Gi-Oh's protagonist Yugi Muto and his partner The Pharaoh Atem have some mighty cards in their anime deck. Here are the 15 best.
  1. 1 Summoned Skull.
  2. 2 Monster Reborn. ...
  3. 3 Brain Control. ...
  4. 4 Magic Cylinder. ...
  5. 5 Card Of Sanctity. ...
  6. 6 Exodia, The Forbidden One. ...
  7. 7 Slifer The Sky Dragon. ...
  8. 8 Dark Paladin. ...
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Who has the god cards in Yu-Gi-Oh? ›

By the end of the following season, all three god cards, including Slifer the Sky Dragon and The Winged Dragon of Ra, would eventually come to be owned by Yugi Mutou. At the end of the original anime series, the god cards are returned to Ancient Egypt, but their legacy lives on in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX.

What is the most legendary YuGiOh card? ›

Blue-Eyes White Dragon

It's the signature card of Yugi Muto's big rival, Seto Kaiba. It's still the strongest normal monster card in the game with an ATK of 3,000. In short, this is the most iconic YuGiOh card there is.

What is the oldest Yugioh card? ›

That Blue-Eyes White Dragon was released in Starter Deck Kaiba (SDK) in March 2002 where, as you may have guessed, it was the first card of the deck.

What is the best rare in Yu-Gi-Oh? ›

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.

Who is the king of card? ›

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. In German and Swiss playing cards, the king immediately outranks the Ober.

What are the 13 ranks of cards? ›

(a) The rank of the cards used in all types of poker other than low poker, for the determination of winning hands, in order of highest to lowest rank, shall be: ace, king, queen, jack, 10, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three and two.

What card is higher than a joker? ›

Rank of Cards

Joker, A, K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.

Who can beat Yugi in a duel? ›

Rafael holds the rare distinction of having defeated Yugi Muto, something that very few duelists have managed to do. This was due largely in part to Yugi playing the Seal of Orichalcos, but nevertheless, Rafael was able to rely on his dueling skills to take on the Pharaoh.

What is Yugi's favorite monster? ›

1 Dark Magician

The Dark Magician has been a part of Yugi's deck since the very first episode of the series, and has solidified itself as the true ace card of Yugi's deck. It has won him countless fights and duels, and always had a trick up its sleeve to defeat its opponents.

What is Yugi's best monster? ›

With an outstanding 3500 ATK and 3850 DEF, Valkyrion ranks as one of the most powerful monsters, not only in Yugi's whole deck but in the entire game.

How many god cards are there? ›

This product comes with The 3 God Cards. Slifer the Sky Dragon, The Winged Dragon Ra, Obelisk the Tormentor. 5 Rare cards, and 27 Common cards for a total of 35 cards.

Is Obelisk the strongest god card? ›

Sorry not sorry, Kaiba, but while Obelisk is a powerful card, it slips just shy of the top three. Don't let that discourage you! Obelisk is a good, reliable card, with fixed stats that are easier to build a deck around than its other Egyptian God counterparts.

Is Obelisk a god? ›

Obelisk is one of the three Egyptian Gods, along with Slifer the Sky Dragon and The Winged Dragon of Ra. These monsters were only capable of being summoned by the Pharaoh.

Who is the strongest duelist in all Yu-Gi-Oh series? ›

1 Yugi Moto

Yugi has been so fond of puzzles most of his life, so it's no wonder he's a natural when it comes to Duel Monsters. Winning both the Duelist Kingdom and Battle City Tournaments definitely puts him on top of the leaderboard as the best duelist ever.

What is the most powerful duel monster? ›

The original Duel Monsters manga and anime went to great lengths to display the power of the Egyptian God cards. But of all three of those cards, The Winged Dragon of Ra was the most powerful.

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 is the rarest card in the world? ›

The Shichifukujin Dragon, created to celebrate the opening of the DCI Tournament Center in Tokyo, Japan, is also the only one of its kind in existence. In Japanese mythology, 'Shichifukujin' is the name given to the Seven Deities of Good Fortune.

Who is the youngest Yu-Gi-Oh protagonist? ›

At 11 years old, Yuga is the youngest main protagonist of any Yu-Gi-Oh! series. He is also the first main protagonist to be a preteen instead of a teenager at the start of his series.

What is the second best card in Yu-Gi-Oh? ›

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  1. 1 Evenly Matched.
  2. 2 Nibiru, The Primal Being. ...
  3. 3 Lightning Storm. ...
  4. 4 Ghost Girl Hand Traps. ...
  5. 5 Infinite Impermanence. ...
  6. 6 Super Polymerization. ...
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What is the rarest Yu-Gi-Oh pack? ›

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon booster case sells for $584,000, setting a new record for the TCG
  • Released: 1999.
  • Players: 2.
  • Publisher: Konami.
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What card beats king? ›

There are 52 cards in the pack, and the ranking of the individual cards, from high to low, is ace, king, queen, jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.

Who are the 4 kings in cards? ›

It was the French card-makers in the late 16th century who standardized the suits of spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs and designated the four kings as David, Alexander, Charlemagne, and Augustus.

Is there a one eyed king in cards? ›

Noun. (card games, slang) The king of diamonds in a deck of playing cards.

What card is highest to lowest? ›

There are 52 cards in the pack, and the ranking of the individual cards, from high to low, is ace, king, queen, jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. There is no ranking between the suits - so for example the king of hearts and the king of spades are equal. A poker hand consists of five cards.

Which color card is highest? ›

The highest credit card color is black, in large part because of the ultra-exclusive Centurion® Card from American Express, which is also known as the “Black Card” due to its color.

What beats a 2 in 13? ›

Bombs can beat a single 2. A double sequence of four cards can beat a pair of 2s and a double sequence of five cards can beat three 2s. If a player has four 2s or a sequence of 3 to Ace, they immediately win the game.

Does joker beat ace? ›

The big joker and little joker are the highest trump cards that can even beat the ace of spades in the game. In both 2-player and 4-player games, the two of clubs and two of diamonds cards are removed from the deck.

Does anything beat ace in war? ›

The ranking of the cards is from ace (high) down to six (low), except that a six beats an ace. In other words, if a six and an ace are played the six counts as the highest card and wins the trick, but if a six is played an no one played an ace the six counts as lowest.

Are there 4 Jokers in a deck? ›

13. There are 52 cards in a deck of playing cards (54 if counting the two Jokers). 14. A box of playing cards also includes two jokers.

Who is Yugi's rival? ›

Yugi's eternal rival and president of KaibaCorp—the world's leading gaming conglomerate. Extremely proud and confident, Kaiba will stop at nothing to become the greatest Duelist in history. Kaiba's signature monster is the legendary and ferocious rare card "Blue-Eyes White Dragon."

Who is Yugi's main rival? ›

Seto Kaiba

He is Yugi's greatest rival and has a multi million company called Kaiba Corp. He has plenty of rare cards like three Blue Eyes White Dragons. He has a younger brother named Mokuba.

Can Yugi beat Jaden? ›

Jaden's deck thrives off his Elemental Hero fusions, of which there are famously many. With such access to these more powerful warriors, Jaden has a better chance of beating Yugi, who doesn't have much experience facing that many fusion monsters.

Who is the coolest Yu-Gi-Oh character? ›

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  • 8 Yami Bakura.
  • 6 Mai Valentine.
  • 5 Téa Gardner.
  • 4 Joey Wheeler.
  • 3 Seto Kaiba.
  • 2 Yami Yugi.
  • 1 Yugi Muto.
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Who does Yugi Muto marry? ›

Over the next twelve years, Tea and Yugi got married and had twin children, a boy named Tag and a girl named Anzu.

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.

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 has beat Yugi? ›

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  • Rebecca Hawkins After Duelist Kingdom. ...
  • Joey In Battle City (Sort Of) ...
  • Joey During Battle City (Probably) ...
  • Rafael In Waking The Dragons. ...
  • Little Yugi In The Ceremonial Duel.
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Are 1st Edition Yu-Gi-Oh cards worth anything? ›

LOB Monster Reborn (1st Edition) card was one of the super rare cards found in the first Yu-Gi-Oh booster packs to drop on shop shelves back in 2002. What is this? Now, 20 years later at the time of writing, these 1st edition cards can can easily sell for over $1,000 if graded in mint condition.

What YuGiOh card is worth money? ›

These are the world's most rare YuGiOh cards:

Blue-Eyes White Dragon LOB 1st Edition. Dark Magician LOB 1st Edition. Crush Card Virus Shonen Jump Championship 2007. Cyber-Stein Shonen Jump Championship 2004.

What is the most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh card sold? ›

1. Tournament Black Luster Soldier - $2,000,000 (reportedly) Easily the most valuable card on this list, the Black Luster Soldier was an exclusive prize card awarded at the first-ever Yu-Gi-Oh! tournament in 1999.

How rare is the blue eyes white dragon? ›

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.

What makes a Yu-Gi-Oh card 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.

What are the best Yu-Gi-Oh card packs to buy? ›

  1. Sacred Beasts. 9.10 / 10. Read Reviews. ...
  2. Soulburner Deck. 9.75 / 10. Read Reviews. ...
  3. Albaz Strike. 9.85 / 10. Read Reviews. ...
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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.

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So, are Yugioh cards worth anything? Yes! There are thousands of Yugioh cards that are worth a lot of money. Here, we've ranked 10 of the most valuable and rarest cards ever from the cheapest to the most expensive.


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