Top 10 Strongest Monsters in Yugioh – Part 2

Part two of my top ten yugioh monsters of all time. This is a well read and specialized. However some cards readers might doubt but oh well it’s just my opinion.

Hello readers! I apologize for holding up my part 2 Top 10 Yugioh Cards list. I have been sick with a fever for the past week. Anyways here is the second half of my list:

5. Winged Kuriboh LV10

Winged Kuriboh LV10 looks like one of the cutest monsters in Yugioh right? Wrong. If you don’t defend yourself Winged Kuriboh LV10 will slash your life points to bits. Its stats are weak but its effect is stellar. You can sacrifice it to destroy all monsters on your opponent’s side of the field. Not only is your foe wide open for a direct attack, but they also lose life points equal to the attack of the monsters destroyed. This can be a devastating combo with Lava Golem

4.Blue Eyes Shining Dragon

This monster just had to be on the list. Blue Eyes Shining is the ultimate monster in terms of defense. It can’t be targeted by spell, traps, monster effects, and there is hardly any monster that destroy it by battle. Plus it is not so hard to summon. The duelist has to sacrifice a Blue Eyes U. Dragon You just have to acquire three Blue Eyes W. Dragons, a Blue Eyes U. Dragon and Future Fusion. This monster is unbeatable and can easily be played. That is why it is highly ranked.

3.Yata Garasu

It might seem weak and it is. Yata-Garasu is actually a glitch card. When it was first released, creators did not realize that with the creation of Yata-Garasu they also created the deadly Yata-Lock. Yata-Garsu’s effect is that when he inflicts damage to the opponent, him/her has to skip their draw phase. However if you find a way to rid your foe of their hand and attack with Yata, they have been Yata-Locked. This means that your foe cannot play any cards, they can’t draw, which means they will be wide open for attack. Once you continuously do this, you win.

2.Elemental Hero Rainbow Neos

Rainbow Neos is the strongest of the Elemental Heroes and he’s stronger then all the monsters in the game! Not only does he have uber strong stats, his effects is what makes him so deadly! Once per turn you can discard one monster you control and return one monster your opponent controls. This could leave your foe wide open 4500 direct attack! This also works with spells and traps. You can rid your foe’s graveyard with Rainbow Neos’ ability as well.

You have now read 9 of the monsters. My next post will be on the #1 monster and its effects/ combos. See you then!

28 thoughts on “Top 10 Strongest Monsters in Yugioh – Part 2”

  1. blue-eyes shining dragon CAN be affected by spell/trap/monster effects. it just can’t be targeted by them. Cards like Raigeki, Mirror Force, and Winged Kuriboh LV10 can destroy Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon. you forgot to mention it also gains 300 atk for each dragon-type monster in your graveyard.

  2. Not really because when you activate Raigeki your targeting all monsters on the foe’s field which includes Blue Eyes Shining Dragon so only that monster wouldn’t be destroyed. Same thing with Mirror Force and Winged K. Lv10

  3. … um no… there’s no such thing as target all monsters on the field… official rulings state that cards like raigeki and mirror force DO NOT target….

  4. (accidentally hit submit before finishing)

    http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Target
    …a player chooses which card they want to use the effect on. Dark Hole, Mirror Force, Lightning Vortex and Raigeki DO NOT TARGET…
    …An effect that targets usually goes like, “Select [number] [target] on [player]’s side of the field…

  5. Dark Hole never says select number of monsters…. neither does Raigeki. Plus on Yugioh-Wiki the ruling states multiple monsters can be targeted by a effect. Your saying something along the lines of Chaos Necromancer only gets a boost on attack points from one monster, when really he gets a boost by targeting all the monsters on your foe side of the field

  6. … dark hole and raigeki don’t target. of course they don’t say select number of monsters.

    I didn’t say multiple targets can’t be selected. I just said there’s no such thing as target everything on the field.

    and what are you talking about? chaos necromancer doesn’t target your foe’s mosnters at all. his effect doesn’t have anything to do with your foe’s monsters.

    look, I have no idea how else to tell you this, but it’s a solid fact that raigeki, mirror force, dark hole, etc. DO NOT TARGET. it says so on yugioh.wikia.com, and just about anywhere else.

  7. No it isn’t. Dark Armed Dragon is the strongest. I’ve taken it up with people on the comments page for the Yubel-The Ultimate Nightmare article.

  8. you guys argue like an old married couple lol and if you think about it blue eyes shining dragon can shove it just get relinquished [ not sure if thats spelled right] onto the feild and take one of your opponents monsters lets see how much he likes using his shining dragon to kill his own monster and take his own lifepoints and besides B.E.S.D only has the effect where traps magic and effects cant **Target** him key word **Target** which means anything that has **Target** on the card or anything that is pretained to only doing in one monster hense your Specifically going after that one or in other words **Targeting** which is just a branch of of the word **Target** so things like regeki or dark hole would work against them because your not targeting just him your targeting one half of the feild or even the whole feild and besides wiki answers is a dumb sorce to use because anyone can post any crap on there that they want so stop your arguing there is no such thing as a perfect monster other wise the game would be no fun and pointless the closest thing to perfect is exodia or the spirit board but both of those have flaws in them for a reason so people still have a chance to win , every monster has a way to be beat and every monster has a way to beat another monster its all in how you are able to utelize the cards that make for a good player not the strength of the monsters

  9. Okay, to all readers. All of your arguments and statements are a mix of opinion and fact. I have made a couple of mistakes in my blog, the biggest one was the combo I wrote about Pyro Clock of Destiny and Wave Motion Cannon, and the B.E.S.D effect mix-up. However we are all human, and everyone makes mistakes, so I will try the best I can to lessen the amounts of these errors. I have fixed the two errors from above. So please understand, I have a ton of things to do with this blog, so if I make one small error, please bare with me. Thank you.

  10. hi I agree with you that everybody is human! Could you plz help me decide? I have a DEVIL DEAD ROOT and am not sure which is better to use arcana force EX or him. Canyou please help your site is good but it would be more fun if we could send you messages. You r really good helping hand n thanx to you I beat all my friends! Can you accept my most hard question? In the game, what attribute is best and what is the real No 1 card?

  11. I like the fact that you write for us but did you ever think of becoming an author? But don’t forget to keep writing.

  12. Hmmm. This is a very hard question. In my opinion, Dark Attribute is the best because they are the most unique and linked attribute. 80% of dark monsters can help another in some kind of way. In that sense, they make it very easy to create strategies. The Number One Card… another difficult question. Either Yubel-UN or Wave Motion Cannon.

  13. Thanx. I’m still a bit confused though about one thing, which cards are better, The DEVIL’S ERASER and co. or the three Egyptian gods?

  14. There is no “best card”. Every card depends on the situation. Plus it seems like every card that u r picking is really hard to play. And when u where talking about blue eyes shining and future fusion u should hav mentioned the combo with dragons mirror making it too easy. Also if in need metamorphosis and barbaros would work great. I honestly don’t mean to sound like a backseat driver, just I want to help out people who r more begginers and hav never even been to a regional or anything at that level.

  15. hi im a begginer to the game and so can anyone tell me the official rulings for cards that target and those that dont?

  16. Well, in one of Shonen Jump’s most recent issues, they released a version of Obelisk the Tormentor that is usable. It has the same effects that you would expect it to have (excluding the infinite ATK one from the movie).

    “You must Tribute 3 monsters to Normal Summon this card (you cannot Set this card). The Normal Summon of this card cannot be negated. When this card is Normal Summoned, Spells, Traps, and Effect Monster effects cannot be activated. This card cannot be targeted by the effects of Spells, Traps, and Effect Monsters. If this card is Special Summoned, it is sent to the Graveyard during the End Phase. You can Tribute 2 monsters to destroy all monsters your opponent controls. This card cannot declare an attack the turn this effect is activated.”

    ATK: 4000 DEF: 4000

    JUMP-EN037

  17. In real life, Obelisk is better than the winged dragon of ra by a mile. The winged dragon of ra’s first effect is an all or nothing effect, pay all but 100 LP to increase RA’s attack by the amount paid. The second effect: pay 1000LP will either be useless or will reduce RA’s max attack by 1000 pts. Also, Obelisk is only 1/3 as vulnerable to effects as ra is because he cannot be targeted by spells or traps or effects.

    Also, the wicked avatar is definitely better than the winged dragon of ra, regardless of whether its the real or anime version.

  18. The egyption god cards are obviously better than the wicked gods. All you need is a spell or trap card to destroy them, while the egyption gods, well that’s a different story lol 😛

  19. Rainbow Neos effect should be: Send 1 monster you control to the Graveyard; shuffle ALL monsters your opponent controls into the Deck. ● Send 1 Spell/Trap Card you control to the Graveyard; shuffle ALL Spell and Trap Cards your opponent controls into the Deck. ● Send 1 card from the top of your Deck to the Graveyard; shuffle all cards in your opponent’s Graveyard into the Deck.

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