Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading card is one of the most loved card games throughout the years. Although the manga has ended for a long time, the fan base of Yu-Gi-Oh! still very crowded. In today's article, Japan-Figure will take you deeper into the card game Yu-Gi-Oh! Card and interesting things about it offline. Especially will name the top of the strongest cards of this game set.
WHAT IS YU-GI-OH! CARD
Kazuki Takahashi is the author of the manga series Yugioh. The main content of the story focuses on a fictional game called Duel Monster - Magic and Sorcery. The characters in the series will use the Yu-Gi-Oh! card in their hand simulate monsters and fight each other. It is because of the appeal of the fantasy game in this series that Yugioh has been adapted into many anime, video games and especially trading card games. And the Yugioh card game is a real-life game based on Duel Monster.
The Yugioh card game, also known as Yugi for short, is known as a game for 2 people. In this game, to become the winner, the player will have to defeat his opponent by reducing their life point (also known as Lifepoint) to zero. To be able to do this, it will rely on the cards you have in your hands such as Monsters, Witches and Traps.
Yugi is considered an attractive, entertaining game as well as converging other attractive factors such as rules and interesting gameplay. A fact is that if you only play this game 1 or 2 times, you will not be able to remember all the rules of this fantasy game.
SOME COMMON TERMS WHEN PLAYING YU-GI-OH! CARD
One thing that you need to do when participating in the Yu-Gi-Oh! That card is to remember the terms. This makes the game run more smoothly and takes less time.
Includes a minimum of 40 and a maximum of 60 Yu-Gi-Oh! card. Every Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards can use up to 3 identical cards. Except for some Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards are Forbidden (not used), Limited (only 1 card can be used/1 set) or Semi-limited (2 cards/1 set) information about the Yu-Gi-Oh! This card you can see by Banlist (list of banned cards). The Main Deck is also known as the Deck/Main Deck
The deck includes XYZ, Synchro, Fusion, and Link monsters - monsters that can be used in battle if their conditions are met. The auxiliary deck has a minimum of 0 and a maximum of 15 Yu-Gi-Oh! cards, including the monsters listed above and do not count towards the main deck limit.
Main Monster Zone
5 basic monster slots on the field, which allow you to use your monster with 3 main positions: Face-up Attack (face-up attack), Face-up Defense (face-up defence) and Facedown Defense (downward defence). Yu-Gi-Oh! card is placed vertically if it is an offensive position, horizontally if it is a defensive position.
Extra Monster Zone
Where you summon monsters from your auxiliary deck. Normally, each player can only use this auxiliary monster slot. Extra monster slots do not count towards your base 5 monster slot limit.
The field includes 5 basic monster squares, 5 trap and spell zones, 1 spell field, graveyard, side deck, and main deck space. , 2 auxiliary monster slots.
A frontal attack is a monster that attacks the player instead of attacking that player's monster. In this case, damage to the player is equal to that monster's ATK. Some monsters have an ability that allows them to attack directly even though your opponent still controls the monster.
Usually a Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards after use will be sent to the grave, in other cases, they will be completely removed from the field. The Yu-Gi-Oh! card is placed in a temporary position called the Banished Zone (the card box is discarded). You will have to put the Yu-Gi-Oh! discarded cards to the deck in the next match.
A battle monster is counted from when it attacks or is attacked. This includes both monsters attacking other monsters and directly attacking the player. When a Yu-Gi-Oh! card requires that a monster that was engaged in battle enter the battle step (see Damage Calculation in the Damage Step) to be counted as [battled]. If the monster stops fighting before entering the damage step, it is considered not battled. Note that that monster still counts as declaring an attack, however, in most cases that monster cannot declare an attack again.
Battle Damage is damage inflicted on the player by attacking a monster or by the battle between two monsters. Damage from battle is not caused by a monster's abilities, magic, or traps.
Control and Possess
Yu-Gi-Oh! Your card of control is Yu-Gi-Oh! card is located in your base monster slot, magic and trap slot, and your environment magic slot.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Your card is in possession of all the Yu-Gi-Oh! cards you [control] and including the Yu-Gi-Oh! cards in hand, Main Deck, Extra Deck, Graveyard, Banished cards, Yu-Gi-Oh! card in the middle of summoning or the Xyz Matterias of a monster you control.
Yu-Gi-Oh! card is destroyed when being sent to the Graveyard by battle or by a Yu-Gi-Oh! card with destroy function.
Discard is to send one or more Yu-Gi-Oh! Grave card by a Yu-Gi-Oh! card has the discard effect because it exceeds the number of cards held in the hand at the end of the player's turn.
In addition to equipping through Magic, monsters and traps can also equip other monsters. Equip traps are still considered traps, while monsters are considered equipped magic. Equip Cards to include all three of the above.
When a Yu-Gi-Oh! card says Excavate cards from the main deck, you will show both players Yu-Gi-Oh! this card. Yu-Gi-Oh! That card is still considered to be in the Deck, unless something else happens to them.
Show both players Yu-Gi-Oh! any card, which can be in the face-down position, in the hand, or the main/add-on deck. Revealing Yu-Gi-Oh! card does not activate the Yu-Gi-Oh! that card as well as the Yu-Gi-Oh! that card will return to its original position as it was before the reveal.
Piercing Battle Damage
Some monsters can inflict damage when attacking a defence position monster that is proportional to the difference between the attacking monster's ATK and the Defense Position monster's DEF. This is still damage from combat.
When a Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards require random selection, i.e. using a random selection means that neither player can predict the outcome of that selection (dice roll, coin toss, etc.)
Return to hand
The act of giving a monster or Yu-Gi-Oh! cards returned to the hand from the field or the grave. For monsters in the Extra Deck, it will be returned to the Extra Deck. This action is also considered Add card to hand.
Search your deck
Searching from the Deck can add cards to the hand or Summon a monster from the Deck. You must shuffle again after doing the above action, plus your opponent can shuffle and channel your deck.
Send to the graveyard
Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards are sent to the grave in many ways such as destruction, discard, sacrifice, etc. Except giving Yu-Gi-Oh! card banished about a graveyard.
The act of face-down a monster in face-down defence or face-down a Yu-Gi-Oh! field card (magic/trap/environment magic).
Give one or more Yu-Gi-Oh! cards back into the deck and shuffle or shuffle the main deck only after performing an action related to the main deck. When shuffling the cards, the shuffler cannot look at the deck of cards, and cannot arrange them as they please.
TOP 3 STRONGEST CARDS (ATTACK STAT) IN YU-GI-OH! CARD
Top 3 Dragon Master Knight
Yu-Gi-Oh! card with ATK and DEF 5000 followed by a Fusion of Black Luster Soldier and Blue-Eyes White Dragon. When summoned, its ATK can be set above 5000 because ATK increases by 500 for every Yu-Gi-Oh! Another Dragon card is present on the table you are controlling.
With the above adjustable ATK stat, Yu-Gi-Oh! This card can far exceed the ATK of all Yu-Gi-Oh! the remaining cards in the list from 10 - 4 above.
Top 2 Don Thousand/Monster B
Two Yu-Gi-Oh! The strongest card in the list of Yu-Gi-Oh! card is two Yu-Gi-Oh! card is officially sold at the Boss Duels event. Unfortunately, they cannot be used in normal decks or regular tournaments, but only in the Boss Duels 3 vs 1 tournament mechanic.
Don Thousand/Monster B is a Yu-Gi-Oh! Monster card with ATK up to 10,000. It can only be Special Summoned with Yu-Gi-Oh! magic card Don Thousand/Spell C. At the end of the Attack Phase, you can destroy all of your opponent's Monsters on the table and resurrect all of them on your side of the board as a Defense. Don Thousand/Monster B can also block an attack by destroying an allied monster. With enough power to wipe out a player's life points in one hit, you'll want two friends by your side when facing Monster B.
Top 1 Don Thousand/Monster C
Yu-Gi-Oh! card is rated as the strongest (attack) Don Thousand/Monster C with 100,000 ATK and DEF points, more than 10 times higher than Life Point 8000 points. You can Special Summon Yu-Gi-Oh! this card when Yu-Gi-Oh! Monster B card is defeated, appearing as a Yu-Gi-Oh! That's the last boss card. Fortunately, Yu-Gi-Oh! This card cannot attack, but it cannot be destroyed by effects and prevents your opponent from attacking other monsters except Yu-Gi-Oh! this card. Yu-Gi-Oh! This card also causes the opponent to lose immediately if unable to attack.
So, Don Thousand/Monster C causes the opponent to attack at least 1 time but cannot attack monsters other than it. Therefore, if there is no trick, the opponent will also be crushed in an instant. However, the situation can still be saved by using the Yu-Gi-Oh! cards like Honest or Amazoness Swords Women to use Don Thousand/Monster C's ATK against it.
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