Yugioh Monster Types Part 1

Though I have written about Yugioh monster types in the past, I wanted to write a post about the strongest from each of the monster types. I think that though we all talk about the strongest monsters in Yugioh, overall, I thought writing about the strongest monster per type is important because it can be a pathway for people to build their decks out of. I want to thank nader for giving me the idea. (Note: The decisions were made based on stats, effect, and how much it would help in its type deck). Let me know if you agree or disagree with my decisions.

Though I have written about Yugioh monster types in the past, I wanted to write a post about the strongest from each of the monster types. I think that though we all talk about the strongest monsters in Yugioh, overall, I thought  writing about the strongest monster per type is important because it can be a pathway for people to build their decks out of. I want to thank nader for giving me the idea. (Note: The decisions were made based on stats, effect, and how much it would help in its type deck). Let me know if you agree or disagree with my decisions.

Aqua – Tribe Infecting Virus

Beast – Mosaic Manticore

Beast-Warrior – Gladiator Beast Heraklinos

Dinosaur – Sauropod Brachion

Dragon – Stardust Dragon Assault Mode

Fairy – Neo Parshath, the Sky Paladin

Fiend – Yubels

Fish – Superancient Deepsea King Coelcanth

Insect – Brain Crusher

Machine – Chimeratech Overdragon

18 thoughts on “Yugioh Monster Types Part 1”

  1. is the part 2 going to include sea serpents, reptiles, pyros, zombies, spellcasters, pshychics etc..? I think i know what the sea serpent and reptile is gonna be.

    by the way nice picks. I disagree though with the dinosaur monster. I think Jurrac Meteor is better for the nuking ability.
    And i strongly have to disagree with the insect. Earthbound Immortal Uru anyone?

  2. Yep, part two will have those monster types. Jurrac Meteor is really powerful but it isn’t a TCG card. Plus, Brachion can deal so much damage, just by bring in defense mode! Plus it’s easy to summon and its other effect gives you one turn to destroy your opponents ace monster, because all monsters are flipped face down when Sauropod is flipped face up. Uru has a good effect, but it is useless if you don’t have a field spell. Pus, you can easily destroy Uru by destroying the field spell.

  3. for the fairy type archlord kristya and consecrated light are so much better. archlord kristya for obvious reasons. and consecrated light for those anti dark whores (excuse my language).

  4. yea but archlord kristya still neither player special summoning monsters is cruel though and it returns to the top of the deck if it dies and it can be summoned from the hand by having 4 fairies in the grave. Sky paladin is good for the burn effect and the gaining ATK. But I like Kristya better for its recycling abiliy.

    The thing about Consecrated Light is true but you have to admit that DARK attributed decks are perhaps the most common decks EVER out there right now.

    Nevertheless its your decision.

  5. you spelled Coelacanth wrong. Anyways Superancient Deepsea King Coelacanth is a great fish but many people debate if that card or Earthbound Immortal Chacu Challhua is better. Both are great but I can’t decide which one is better.

  6. Definitely the King. His presence strongly benefits any fish monster on the field. However, because many people don’t use a fish deck, your fish will be the ones getting helped by the King. Chacu is good, but the King is just as strong and his effect is definitely better in terms of helping fish monsters.

  7. Don’t you guys agree that Stardust Dragon Assault Mode and Vennominaga should not be unlimited? Their effects are broken as a mess.

  8. you know what? you should also do a post on the most powerful monsters for each attribute. that would be cool.

  9. Well, both are pretty difficult to summon. That’s why any monster who is difficult to summon (but is very broken) is only either limited or unlimited. Yubel, Dreadroot, ect… I’m certain Malefic Truth Dragon will be unlimited because no matter how messed up (in a good way) it is, it is not easy to summon.

  10. uh actually yugiohblogger malefic truth dragon isn’t hard to summon. you basically just summon it by hand or graveyard when a melafic monster is destroyed. seeming how the melafic monsters are easy peasy to summon.

  11. Quote: Machine – Chimeratech Overdragon

    No. The most powerful and best machine type monster by far is the Ultimate Ancient Gear Golem. Reason: it’s most likely that there will be three or four monsters used to summon chimeratech overdragon, which gives it 3200 or 2400 attack and attack 3 or 4 MONSTERS, not TIMES, meaning it cannot easily do direct damage. Ultimate ancient gear golem, on the other hand, needs three ancient gear monsters, including an ancient gear golem, and has 4400 attack, does piercing damage, AND, most importantly, can inhibit opponent trap and spell cards from activating when it attacks, meaning it can very easily do a LOT of damage. It also summons an ancient gear golem when it is destroyed, making it a struggle to take down.

  12. MCO also has a very good effect and it is easier to summon because you have to have a fusion spell to bring UAGG. Plus, even if MCO has 2400 or 3200 attack, it is still going to be very hard to bring down. And Machine Duplication makes it easier to bring out MCO as well. It’s very hard to say, hands-down, which of the two are better because they’re both really good.

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