Published: January 21, 2022 | Last Updated On: May 24, 2022
This is a guide on the game Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. Here I will talk about the best cards in the game and rank them accordingly. I’m going to classify the cards as high priority, medium priority and low priority.
The high priority ones are essential for you to be able to do well in ranked games. The medium priority ones are cards that are good but not as necessary. And the low ones are in specific match-ups when they add a side deck or if your deck requires them. If you ask me, feel free to add yours and help people. So let’s go.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel Cards to Get for Ranked
before starting off with the guide, let us first take a look at what the game is all about, and who should be playing this game if you are just starting off with card games, or, you happen to be a veteran.
About Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel
Finally, the “Yu-Gi-Oh!” digital card game you’ve been waiting for has arrived on Steam. The definitive edition of the competitive card game that has been evolving for over 20 years.
Here you can Duel at the highest level against Duelists from all over the world. Now you can play the “Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG,” digitally, anywhere.
The game contains fast-paced Duels with stunning HD graphics and a new, dynamic soundtrack. So get ready to challenge Duelists around the world.
Here you can play Duels at any level. The full Yu-Gi-Oh! experience is available for anyone at any Skill Level.
Don’t worry if you’re a new player or if you haven’t Dueled in a while, the in-game tutorials will teach you the basics on how to play the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME. You’ll be given a Deck when you finish to help you start your journey.
You can also collect new cards as you progress through the game to power up your Decks. The game incorporates Rotating Tournament Formats and you can mix it up and put your Dueling skills to the test.
A wide variety of events and tournaments will be available for players. You can build and Duel with different Decks utilizing 10,000+ unique cards and special rules unique to Tournaments.
Here you can also choose the tournament you want to Duel in and aim for that number one spot. You get a chance to uncover the Stories Behind the Cards.
The Solo Mode guides you through storylines of the themes from the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG. You get to hone your Dueling skills by completing the stories.
This game is recommended for beginners, returning players, and those who are interested in learning more about the lore of the world of the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG. You can link the game with the mobile app “Yu-Gi-Oh! Neuron.”
Also you will be able to view Decklists from Duelists worldwide and improve your own Deck. You can try out the sample draw feature to simulate what cards you could get in your first hand.
“Yu-Gi-Oh!” is a popular manga created by Kazuki Takahashi that was serialized in SHUEISHA Inc.’s “WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP” since 1996.
Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. provides a Trading Card Game (TCG) and console games, based on “Yu-Gi-Oh!” created from the original manga, that has been enjoyed around the world.
This game is recommended for the following players:
- TCG players
- Yu-Gi-Oh! DUEL LINKS players
- Players who enjoy competitive gameplay
Here is the card list.
You should get them immediately.
- Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring
- Maxx “C”
- Nibiru, the Primal Being
- Infinite Impermanence
- Called by The Grave
- Knightmare Phoenix
- Knightmare Unicorn
- Apollousa, Bow of the Goddess
- Lightning Storm
Get them after finishing the High Priority, and some of these cards are good on specific strategies.
- Pot of Desires
- Pot of Prosperity
- Crossout Designator
- PSY-Framegear Gamma, along side this card you have to run 1 copy of PSY-Frame Driver
- Salamangreat Almiraj
- Imperial Order
- Accesscode Talker
- Triple Tactical Talents
- Forbidden Droplet
- Pot of Extravagance
Get them ONLY if your deck requires them or you already finished the list.
- Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS
- Evenly Matched
- Red Reboot
- Vanity’s Emptiness
- D.D Crow
- Droll & Lock Bird
- Artifact Lancea
- Fantastical Dragon Phantazmay
- Skull Meister
- Ghost Belle & Haunted Mansion
- Ghost Ogre & Snow Rabbit
If you have them you can use:
- Solemn Judgment
- Solemn Strike
- Monster Reborn
- Solemn Warning
- Harpie’s Feather Duster
- Borreload Dragon
There may be some cards missing, but these are the ones I could remember.
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