Enter the world of complicated summoning with Yu-Gi-Oh! XYZ monsters. Though the cards are powerful, the materials needed to get those cards on your field take a lot of planning and even more sacrifice.
- Best XYZ Yugioh Monsters
Best XYZ Yugioh Monsters
Number C92: Heart-eartH Chaos Dragon
A card with stunning art and an even more stunning effect, Number C92: Heart-eartH Chaos Dragon may look like it has a few issues, but it’s a powerhouse. C92 can’t be destroyed in battle, but it does require four monster cards that are level ten for it to be summoned. The price is high if you want to start winning.
When one of your monsters inflicts damage to your opponent, you gain life points that are equal to the amount of damage that they took. There would be a further effect if you happened to use Number 92: Heart-eartH Dragon as one of the Xyz materials, too.
One of the Wyrm type monster cards, Tornado Dragon, is basically the monster version of the old Mystical Space Typhoon magic card. For two monsters that are level four, you can summon Tornado Dragon and reap the benefits of an effect that destroys your opponent’s magic and trap card plans.
Simply detach one of your material monsters, target any spell or trap on the field (yes, even the face-down ones), and destroy that card — an invaluable effect.
Super Dimensional Robot Galaxy Destroyer
With a name as epic as that, Superdimensional Robot Galaxy Destroyer must have some pretty amazing effects; and it does! For three monsters that are level ten, you can summon Superdimensional Robot Galaxy Destroyer to your side of the field and start using its effect.
Once a turn, you can detach one of the Xyz material monsters from this card and destroy any and all spell and trap cards that your opponent controls. Following this action, your opponent cannot activate any other spells or traps in response. You can’t be stopped!
Number 81: Superdreadnought Rail Cannon Super Dora
For a monster card with such a long name, Number 81: Superdreadnought Rail Cannon Super Dora certainly has an impressive effect. For two monsters that are level 10, you can get Number 81 in play and ready to take down your opponent.
Once a turn, detach one of the Xyz material monsters from Number 81, target any monster on the field that’s face-up. Once targeted, that monster is unaffected by card effects until the end of the turn. This is very useful for negating any effects that your opponent’s monsters might be having on your cards.
This warrior monster only requires two monsters that are level four to use as Xyz material. You can detach one of the materials of this monster card to target any defense position monster on the field and switch its position from defense to attack mode. When this happens, that card loses 600 attack points.
Great for revealing a face-down monster and weakening it with little effort at all.
A card for Gundam and machine enthusiasts, Skypalace Gangaridai, requires two monsters that are level ten to summon it to your side of the field. You can target one card that your opponent controls and destroy it with the effect of Skypalace Gangaridai. If you do manage to complete that action, you can inflict 1000 points of damage to your opponent.
You cannot attack once you activate the effect of Skypalace Gangaridai, and you can only use the effect once per turn.
Number 99: Utopic Dragon
In a normal situation, you would need three monsters that are level ten to summon Utopic Dragon. However, there is an alternative summoning method for Number 99: Utopic Dragon, something that you don’t often see in Xyz monsters, which can be costly to summon. Discard a Rank-Up spell card and use any other Utopia monster that you control as material to summon Number 99: Utopic Dragon.
Once every turn, you can target a “Number” monster card that resides in your graveyard, special summon it onto your field in defense position. The downside to this effect is that your newly summoned monster cannot use any of its effects.
Number 35: Ravenous Tarantula
This spider might seem like a weak choice at first, considering that it has zero attack points and zero defense points, but looks can be deceiving. Two monsters of any type are needed to summon Number 35: Ravenous Tarantula, but they need to be level ten to do so.
All the monsters you control gain attack and defense points that are equal to the difference between your life points and your opponent’s life points. For example, if your life points are 1500 and your opponent’s life points are 2500, then all your monsters gain 1000 attack and defense points. A pretty nifty effect if you feel like taking your opponent down a few pegs.
Raidraptor – Ultimate Falcon
This winged beast requires three other winged beast monsters that are level ten to summon it to your side of the field. That’s a steep price to pay, and difficult to pull off quickly in a duel; you’ll need a reliable and fool-proof strategy to get this done.
Raidraptor – Ultimate Falcon is unaffected by the effects of other cards. You can take away one of your Xyz materials to make all your opponent’s monsters lose 1000 of their attack points for that turn. If your opponent doesn’t have any monsters on the field, you can attack their life points during the end phase of your turn, instead.
Heroic Champion – Excalibur
Heroic Champion – Excalibur requires two warrior-type monsters that are level four to be its Xyz materials. Once per turn, you can remove one of these materials and double the original attack points of Heroic Champion – Excalibur, making the total attack 4000 points. This effect lasts until your opponent’s next final or end phase.
It may require warriors to summon it properly, but there’s no doubt that Heroic Champion – Excalibur is a powerhouse of a monster. Two-level four monsters are a low price to pay for having 4000 attack points twice over while you have it on your side of the field.
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