It’s been 4 years since I last voiced my opinion on what monster was the strongest in Yugioh. Well, now I think that title goes to Sophia, Goddess of Rebirth.
Courtesy of YugiohBlog regular, Victor, I was recently introduced to a new Yugioh card: Sophia, Goddess of Rebirth. I had written a post a few years declaring Yubel, the Ultimate Nightmare as the strongest monster in Yugioh. After reading about Sophia, I am convinced that she is the strongest. It has nothing to do with the fact that Sophia has 3600 attack and 3400, nor does it have anything to do with the fact that she looks like the harbinger of destruction. By her effect alone, Sophia is the strongest monster in Yugioh. Continue reading “Sophia, Goddess of Rebirth – The Strongest Yugioh Monster?”
Elemental Heroes and Yubel used together is a strong Yugioh deck! If used right, this deck would be the best Yugioh deck!
I was watching Yugioh GX (I wanted to relieve the old days) and I saw the duel between Jaden with his Elemental Hero deck and Yubel. After watching the duel, it dawned on me: why don’t I create a deck that utilizes Elemental Heros AND Yubel? Elemental Heroes are some of the strongest monsters in Yugioh; at one point, an Elemental Hero deck was regarded as the best Yugioh deck. Yubel on the other hand, is a ridiculously powerful monster; it may have 0 attack points, but Yubel cannot be destroyed by battle and you take no damage when Yubel battles. Most importantly, when Yubel is attacked, it inflicts life point damage to your opponent equal to the attack points of the attacking monster. This deck was not the most conventional, but it was very powerful. Continue reading “Best Yugioh Deck – Elemental Hero and Yubel”
In Yugioh, there are duels that can be easily won in about 3-4 turns. Sometimes it might take 7-11 turns if you’re not drawing the right cards. However, some duels can take an eternity to finish or can be lost, if your opponent summons their ace monster. Though spells and traps help you throughout a duel, it is ultimately the monsters that will deal the most damage. So therefore, many spells, traps, and monster effects are used for protecting an ace monster. So how can you overcome a strong monster if your opponent is using everything in their repertoire to prevent that scenario from happening?
In Yugioh, there are duels that can be easily won in about 3-4 turns. Sometimes it might take 7-11 turns if you’re not drawing the right cards. However, some duels can take anÂ eternityÂ to finish or can be lost, if your opponent summons their ace monster. Though spells and traps help you throughout a duel, it is ultimately the monsters that will deal the most damage. So therefore, many spells, traps, and monster effects are used for protecting an ace monster. So how can you overcome a strong monster if your opponent is using everything in theirÂ repertoireÂ to prevent that scenario from happening?
Destroying tough monsters isn’t easy. For a monster to be labeled, ‘strong’, it’s got have powerful stats and a powerful a effect(s). So destroying ‘strong’ monsters isn’t always a task that can be done in a couple of turns. Usually, your opponent will not have what I like to call an Ace deck. This deck’s sole purpose is to easily summon and protect the ‘ace’ monster of the deck. An example is the deck that Yubel uses against Jaden in the final duel of Season Three of Yugioh GX. The main purpose of her deck was to summon the Yubels and completely seal them from destruction. If your opponent does have an ace deck, then they will mainly be using cards that counter spells, traps, and monster summons.
If your opponent does use an ace deck, you must use a counter ace deck. This deck consists of strong level three monsters, such as Jerry Beans Man. This deck revolves around the usage of cards like Gravity Bind and Level Limiter B. Of course, you must also have cards like Mystical Typhoon and Dust Tornado in order to counter spells and traps that would threaten to destroy your level limiter cards (Gravity Bind, Level Limiter B, etc…). This way, all of your opponent’s ace monsters (which would most likely be monsters with six levels or higher) would not be able to attack and would be sealed off. Of course, cards like Yubel would be unaffected by this deck.
If your opponent does not use an ace deck, then more than likely they will not have as many spell/trap counters and you could destroy their ace monsters via spell, trap, monster effects, or by battle (if you can pull out a strong enough monster). Don’t surmise what kind deck your foe has based on their first turn. Every turn, sift your opponent’s card patterns, then conclude what type of deck your opponent has and counter it.
Top Yugioh duels numbers 4 and 5. These are some hardcore do or die duels in Yu-gi-oh History, enjoy!
For a long time, I have been thinking about the duels that took place in Yugioh and Yugioh GX. The classic amazing duels between two rival with killer cards! So I’ve decided to write about the top 5 duels in my list. These are no noobie duels like Weevile vs Joey or Jaden vs Alexis, these hard core duels!
#5 Crow versus Dark Greiger: This was one of the most anticipated duels in Yugioh 5Ds. It was Crow’s debut duel in the show plus it was Dark Grieger’s debut as well. It’s a very close called duel and Crow and Greiger are neck and neck for 99% of it. However when Crow activates a trap card that allows you to use a trap card from foe’s graveyard. Crow uses it on Basara, he sacrifices his Blackwing and destroys Greiger’s Earthbound God, giving Greiger 800 points of damage and winning Crow the duel.
#4 Yubel-Jessie versus Zane Treusdale: When you watch the duel, you can tell its going to be a do-or-die duel. Both Zane and Y-Jessie start out pummeling each other. Zane finds that the power of the Dark Crystal Beast is strong and decides to use his ace in the hole, Cyber End Dragon before he loses his momentum. However, Y-Jessie special summons Rainbow Dark Dragon. Zane fusion summons Cyber End Dragon by using Power Bond ad raises its attack to 8000 attack. However Jessie uses Rainbow Dark Dragon’s effect to raise his attack power to 9000 attack power. Zane knowing he can’t win plays a spell card that re-summons Cyber End Dragon. Zane then takes 4000 damage due to Power Bond and loses.
Yubel simply had to be number one. It one of the most wanted monsters in yugioh and every top ten list has yubel ranked very high.
The #1 monster in Yugioh isâ€¦ Yubel the Ultimate Nightmare
The first time I saw Yubel the Ultimate Nightmare was on eBay. It was the talk of Yugioh when it was released. When I looked Yubel U.N. up to see what the hype was about, I was awed. Yubel was horrible at offense but was terrific defensively.
Yubel U.N. is one of those monsters that you like not for the attack but for the effect. Once Yubel U.N. is summoned, youâ€™ve virtually won the duel. Yubel cannot be destroyed by battle and if it is attacked by a monster the monster is destroyed and your foe loses life points equal to the attack points of the monster. The only way someone can actually defeat Yubel U.N. is by spell and trap cards.
Yubel is the deadliest monster in Yugioh. If you guys think Exodia is good, then check out Yubel. It is very hard to acquire and the Yubel trio costs about $40, however availability is the only catch about Yubel. Other than that, Yubel U.N. is the best monster in Yugioh.