Here we are – the pinnacle of Yu-Gi-Oh Monster Cards, the mighty Level 12 behemoths. They are rare and powerful, with amazingly high ATK and DEF values and some nasty effects.
The normal monster with the highest ATK is “Blue-Eyes White Dragon” with 3000. “Labyrinth Wall”, “Neo Aqua Madoor”, “Millennium Shield”, “Dragon Core Hexer” and the illegal card “Leonardo’s Silver Airship” has the highest DEF at 3000. “Rabidragon” has the highest combined ATK and DEF with 2950 ATK and 2900 DEF.
The Ace of Spades (also known as the spadille and death card) is traditionally the highest and most valuable card in the deck of English speaking countries.
In the OCG and TCG, monsters’ initial levels can range from 1 to 12, with a monster’s initial level usually giving a rough indication of how powerful it is. Card effects can increase a monster’s Level to any value above 12, but cannot lower it below 1.
ATK (Japanese: Kōgekiryoku) is the points that determine a Monster Card’s “strength” when attacking the opponent’s Monster Cards.
Max character level has been increased from Lv. 40 to 45!!. At the same time, new level-up rewards have also been added.
Level 13 SR Monsters
There are currently no cards that belong to this category.
High card by suit and low card by suit refer to the assignment of relative values to playing cards of the same rank based on their suit. When ranking suits are applied, the most common conventions are: Alphabetical order: Clubs (lowest), followed by Diamonds, Hearts, and Spades (highest). This ranking is used in the bridge game.
1. Tournament Black Luster Soldier (1999) According to Zen Market, this card is worth over $9,000,000 and is considered the rarest Yu-Gi-Oh card in the world. The Black Luster Soldier card was a winning exclusive card awarded at the very first Yu-Gi-Oh tournament in Japan in 1999, making it unique.
A Monster Card’s initial level is represented by a row of stars. top right (except for “Ultimaya Tzolkin” and “Phantasmal Lord Ultimitl Bishbaalkin”, which each have a level condition that determines their initial level instead of their marked level of 0).
You can only have a maximum of 1 copy of a “Limited” card in your Main Deck, Extra Deck, and Side Deck combined. You can have a maximum of 2 copies of a “Semi-Limited” card in your Main Deck, Extra Deck, and Side Deck combined.
A Flip Summon (Reverse Summon in the OCG) occurs when you flip a face-down Defense Position monster to face-up Attack Position. Flip Summons do not count as Normal Summons or Special Summons. A player can Flip Summon as many times as he/she wants as long as he/she has the ability.