The Gods are related to the Egyptian God Cards, Sacred Gods, and the Wicked Gods. they are forbidden, means that they are hard to be summoned and they are powerful if you use them in a duel. the egyptian god cards are the first god cards shown in the Yu-Gi-Oh! television show they hide their secret effects. in the show, they are combined to form The Creator God of Light, Horakhty, it is so powerful if it makes a card. the Sacred Gods, they are familiar of remembering the egyptian god cards as well, they can be combined to, they combine "Armityle the Chaos Phantom" but, they were hard to be summoned

I suppose they will

Well, since they started with one Egyptian God, it would be pretty unfair to not make the other ones playable. This is not a fact though, they haven't said anything about that yet-- 18:20, October 20, 2009 (UTC)

Yes they will

Ra is being made into a playable card. No info on Slifer although since they are doing the other two, it's pretty likely. Obilisk the Tormenter is a card.


Ra has been confirmed, although it won't be as easy to get as Obelisk and it's effects are toned down considerably, as for slifer, no set date or method of obtaining it has been mentioned. Slifer is also likely the first one to see the Ban-hammer for it's outrageous effect of instantly nerfing all monsters with 2000 Def or less.

Whoever said Slifer would be Forbidden? For one, it requires 3 Tributes in order to stay on the field for more than a turn. Secondly, the effect will most likely read

"When a monster is Normal Summoned or Flip Summoned, reduce the ATK of that monster by 2000. If the ATK of a monster reduced by this effect becomes 0, the monster is destroyed."

That isn't too ban-worthy, is it?--Akiza Izayoi 18:16, February 20, 2010 (UTC)

u forgot about this baby

I wouldnt worry about slifer,hes has a few weaknesses mostly being that whoever is playing him has to keep a pretty large handsize and later in the game thats kinda hard,i did make a deck on 2010 championship with him and uria lord of searing flames and the effects were pretty devastating since i nuked their monsters and facedown cards however we must remmeber that even the gods fall they are by no means invincible.--Raventheblack 12:25, May 25, 2010 (UTC)

What I would love to see would be having a Wicked God Fusion monster, the same way to be summoned as Armityle. Man that would be soooo coool! Drew-Gi-Oh! (talkcontribs) 03:52, June 27, 2010 (UTC)

They already are. On shriek, the news is: Rumors of a possible Wicked Devourer fusion monster. But with all of the awesome wicked's effects, it would probably be: 'Pay half of your life points to cheat]. I mean, it's pretty much what the Wickeds do!

Why hasn't anyone considered the possibility of Slifer's ability being nerfed as a real card? Such as monsters summoned losing only 500 ATK instead of 2000 like in the anime? IPlay4Fun (talkcontribs) 16:04, October 17, 2010 (UTC)

in several video games where slifer is available it already has been nerved: There he only destroys normal or flipp summoned (not special summoned) monsters with 2000 def or less. Monsters with higher def values don't loose anything. Just see his page for details (wc 2008, also available in 10 at least). -dest- (talkcontribs) 14:14, October 18, 2010 (UTC)

Does anyone know what the creators fave cards are because I found this pack saying The YuGiOh Anniversary Pack cards are a collection of Kazuki Takahashi's (the creator of the YuGiOh game) favourite cards. Each card has been freshly redrawn by the creator himself which have also been signed. Each pack contains all 8 cards.HELP!!!!!

Try searching next time Anniversary Pack-Resk (talkcontribs) 10:43, January 18, 2011 (UTC)

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