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Hey guys, do you know what monster/card combo creates the monster with the highest ATK in the game? also, tell about the highest ATK you ever made one of your monsters in a duel148.100.216.159 16:42, January 27, 2010 (UTC)

  • Use Power Bond to fuse Cyber Dragon and 4 other Machine Type to Summon Chimeratech Overdragon with an ATK of 4,000 and 8,000 ATK after Power Bond's effect. Then use Cybernetic Fusion to double its ATK to 16,000 and play Solomon's Lawbook to skip your next Standby Phase so that Chimeratech Overdragon is not destroyed by Cybernetic Fusion's effect. Then use Limiter Removal to double it's ATK points to 32,000, and to top off that super high ATK, Chimeratech Overdragon can attack 5 times. A monster with 32,000 ATK points that CAN ATTACK 5 OF YOUR OPPONENTS MONSTERS IN 1 TURN. Play Meteorain so that even if your opponents monsters are all in defense mode their life points will still be wiped out, even if your opponent has more than 25,000 life points. You can also play Mystik Wok to sacrifice Chimerateck Overdragon so that so gain 32,000 Life Points. 207.118.123.182 (talk) 19:18, April 29, 2013 (UTC)
  • In real life, it would have to be with my old Cyber Dragon deck, when I was just starting to get good at the game. Power Bond with Limiter Removal, Cyber End Dragon with 16000 ATK points.
  • On MY Stardust Accelerator game, I got a Cloudian - Nimbusman off the charts, thanks to three Cloudian Squalls, a total of 10 monsters on the field, and about 20 turns into the duel. You do the math.--Akiza Izayoi 18:17, January 27, 2010 (UTC)
  • I forgot what mine was but it was over 1000000ATK with a Chimeratech Overdragon .I dumped all monsters(77 in fact,in an 80 cards duel) using Future Fusion and fuse them using Overload Fusion .Then,I put activate Limiter Removal to pump it up.This was done in Yugioh World Championship 2008 when I was trying to unlock somebody to duel with(forgot who that was for)115.134.113.159 02:46, January 28, 2010 (UTC)
    • That works in Traditional Format only, though. In fact, most, if not all, limitless ATK combos are worthless in Advanced Format. The best that I have seen, courtesy of messengerofthedark is this:
This may be the highest total: Both players control a "Cyber End Dragon" summoned via "Power Bond" (8000 ATK), Player A attacks player B's CED, both players drop "Honest" in chain to "Limiter Removal", 3 times in chain to each other. That would result in Player A's CED with: Honest 1 (+8000), Honest 2 (+16000), Honest 3 (+32000), Limiter Removal (current x2) that would be: 96000 ATK. However unlikely this scenario may be, it may be the highest possible. DemonGodAsura 20:30, February 3, 2010 (UTC)
Actually, in Advanced Format you could use The Little Swordsman of Aile with any monster loop (Quillbolt Loop would be a good example) to gain limitless attack points. It's a shame that it is such a forgotten card though, as it can be very powerful in the right deck nowadays. 68.48.204.109 (talk) 23:11, August 28, 2010 (UTC)
Thanks, DGA. --GoldenSandslash15 15:35, February 13, 2010 (UTC)

Technically, the highest attack possible is limitless

(Note, The DS Yugioh games, the highest attack possible is 65500. But the real life card game, the attack can be as high as whatever).

Just as Deltaneos has shown, there are a few card combos that can increase a monster's attack points to "limitless" amount. I won't say Infinity since that's not possible but limitless being however high you want the attack to be.

For example, with the combo Deltaneos posted, the attack can be as high as you want.

Here are other ways I know of(that people have not posted yet) to get really high attack point monsters:

Another is:

Of course in this example, both players must cooperate but this is only just an example; not something you should try in a real game. Petco 00:22, January 29, 2010 (UTC)

If I'm correct: 2Destiny Hero - Dreadmasters = Infinity since it says "All other" and there is nothing on the rulings page. Correct me if I'm wrong, please, this has been bugging me.--Helix-king 09:13, January 28, 2010 (UTC)

The card says "The ATK and DEF of this card are equal to the combined original ATK of all other "Destiny Hero" monsters you control."
Dreadmaster's ATK is ?, which is 0 Original ATK. Falzar FZ 09:16, January 28, 2010 (UTC)

Okay, thanks for the clarification.--Helix-king 09:21, January 28, 2010 (UTC)

Can anyone list down the highest ATK ever in the anime?The highest I recall is 35000 by a monster summoned by Anubis in the Pyramid of Light movie.Jason Ng 04:31, February 1, 2010 (UTC)

Infinity. yugi vs darts.--Helix-king 05:19, February 1, 2010 (UTC)

yes and that would be Knight of Destiny and Divine Serpent. Falzar FZ 05:25, February 1, 2010 (UTC)

Sorry for this but I forgot to say the highest attack except infinity.Obelisk gained infinity atk in the Pyramid of Light movie as well.Jason Ng 07:26, February 9, 2010 (UTC)

A friend of mine, through the use of Chaos Distill and 2 Primal Seeds (in Tag Force), continuously recycled Limiter Removal to continuously double the ATK of Cyber Twin Dragon ad infinitum. He recalled using Limiter about 41 times before giving up and attacking with his Cyber Pwnage Dragon. That's at least 183,500,800 ATK, though the game couldn't display that high a value. --Gadjiltron 13:26, February 1, 2010 (UTC)

  • Exact calculation reveals the final figure to be something around 6,157,265,116,000,000 ATK. --Gadjiltron 01:02, April 11, 2010 (UTC)

The largest attack involves a combo with Cloudian - Nimbusman and a few other cards for a total attack of about, 12 million. no jokes.

~~I once had a Chimeratech Overdragon that I pulled out using Overload Fusion (and 5 machine monsters) making it's attack 8000. Then activated Limiter Removal, 16000. Flip Summoned Magician of Faith (when it was able to be used). Returned and used Limiter Removal, 32000. Used Book of Moon to flip Magician of Faith face down, then activated Book of Taiyou. Returned and used Limiter Removal again 64000. Activated Ojama Trio and Final Attack Orders. The opponent had no spell/traps and only had a Giant Soldier of Stone and a Charcoal Inpachi face-down. Conclusion? Five attacks with a 64000 attack monster. (64000 + 300)*3 (ojama token) + (64000-1300) (Giant Soldier of Stone) + (64000 - 0) (Charcoal Inpachi) + 300 from Magician of Faith. Highest Attack I have ever seen, had, used, and most damage ever given = 319900 damage. Best turn ever. Wish I caught it on tape. Opponent said i earned the bragging rights to the entire year. :P --LordGeovanni 02:44, February 8, 2010 (UTC)

Highest I've ever managed was somewhere around 20 thousand with Rainbow Dragon. Just kept special summoning and sacrifice. It was actually a hilarious duel. I was playing a learning duel with my opponent and was therefore not attacking with rainbow dragon. Eventually I got bored and attacked, only to find that in that time my opponent had managed to set both draining shield AND Sakuretsu Armor ^^ You can bet I was ticked. So to resolve the issue I abundanced him later on.


Highest Atk i got was with 3 Gateway of the Six + Brionac + Spirit Of The Six Samurai + Grandmaster. i Used Brionac's ability to send my grandmaster back, Summoned him again for + 6 counters on my gateway. Removed 4 for getting a six sam to my hand. Discarded it to return grandmaster and summon him again for 6 more counters, and continued with that. got about 1000 counters on the gateway and decided it was enough, and used it's first effect. remove 2 for a 500 boost. did that 500 times. That was a quarter of a million to my Grandmaster. and i could get it higher but was bored. My record against a friend was 939600 Attack.

  • Uh, wouldn't that require you to have 500 six sam monsters in one deck?
    • No, because Gateway of the Six allows you to add a "Six Samurai" monster from your Deck OR Grave; so you can keep discarding and adding the same monster to and from your Grave. Because this is an infinite loop the attack power is limited only by the patience of the player. In theory it is limitless. If you couple that with an attack position Yariza, then you can essentially do infinite direct damage.

What about...

  • (Ignoring limited card's rules):

Having 3 Satellite Cannon on the field + 2 Magician of Faith; pass around 35 turns (35000 atk each); equip the first SC with 3 United We Stand + 1 Mage Power and active Luminous Spark; use 3 Rush Recklessly on the equiped SC; then use 3 Limiter Removal; use 3 Book of Moon followed by 3 Book of Taiyou on the Magician of Faiths to recycle the Limiter Removals and use it again; get rid of the Magician of Faiths with something like Two-Pronged Attack or Share the Pain, and then summon 2 The Calculator (with Double Summon) having each 5700 atk (19*300); finally use Union Attack on the first SC followed by 3 Riryoku on the other 2 SC giving its atks to the first one, and equip an another (and final) Mage Power. How much is that?

Kinda like this one, but much better... 189.102.208.78 20:19, April 9, 2010 (UTC)

You guys...there is a final answer, you know.

The OFFICIAL highest atk possbile is approximately 72,000,000.

involves 6 Cloudian Squall (3 each side) and Nimbusman. Nothing is legally higher. Mufufu Master 21:18, April 10, 2010 (UTC)

No, it's almost limitless, such as the one Deltaneos posted. Falzar FZ 23:34, April 10, 2010 (UTC)

I was thinking that one player had Jester Lord on the field, and neither player had any other monsters. Jester Lord would be equipped with 6 Mage Powers, 3 from each side, 1 Megamorph (from the losing side), Unstable Evolution, and 2 Axe of Despairs. That woudl be....a big number...--Drew-Gi-Oh! (talk) 19:24, August 25, 2010 (UTC)

Still limitless for the number of possibilities for highest atk. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 00:13, August 26, 2010 (UTC)

Well how exactly could it be limitless? You have to Deck out at some point. --Drew-Gi-Oh! (talk) 00:14, August 26, 2010 (UTC)

Well if it's not official, then you can pull out as many Megamorphs as you can. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 00:17, August 26, 2010 (UTC)

I actually dueled someone who controled a monster with limitless attack, and had limitless lp. 76.250.226.248 (talk) 11:02, August 26, 2010 (UTC)

Two explanations for this phenomenon...
  1. That person is cheating or using counterfiets.
  2. This is a feature in a certain video game.
--Gadjiltron (talkcontribs) 13:38, August 26, 2010 (UTC)
3. That person is playing in Traditional Format. (Gearfried the Iron Knight+B-Dagger+Spell Absorption+Mythical Beast Cerebrus= :( 76.250.226.248 (talk) 21:10, August 26, 2010 (UTC)
That's arbitrarily high, not infinite. You can repeat the loop as many times as you want (or at least announce how many iterations); 50, 200, 1,000,000, 1,000,000,000 etc., but you can't perform the loop an infinite amount of times, so it can't have infinite ATK and Life Points. -- Deltaneos (talk) 17:01, August 26, 2010 (UTC)

It just depends on how long your opponent is willing to wait before you run into their Magic Cylinder. --Drew-Gi-Oh! (talk) 17:27, August 26, 2010 (UTC)

This situation is technically possible

There is a Satelite Cannon and 4 Scapegoat tokens on each side of the field. The duel has been prolonged for a very long time (both players had 80 card decks, and used things like Exchange Of The Spirit, Exodius, etc.). Each SC is up to 100,000 just from being out for 100 turns. Luminous Spark is active (and the other player has a set field spell), and EACH SC is equipped with 3 United We Stands and 2 Mage Powers. That's 118,500 each. Turn player attacks with his SC and targets the opponent's SC. Both players drop 3 Honests. So, turn player's SC now has 2,488,500. Not the highest, but still noteworthy I think. Skullvarnish (talkcontribs) 17:35, August 26, 2010 (UTC)

It probably is. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 00:57, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

Yeah, but the opponent would never cooperate to pull this off. Skullvarnish (talkcontribs) 01:08, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

Sure they can if they want to lose. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 01:19, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

That's silly! No one wants to lose. Except my friend who made a deck around the Sphinxes (Thienien, Andro, and Telea). Skullvarnish (talkcontribs) 05:03, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

And my friend who uses a Twilight Deck because he knows that he's going to lose yet he duels me anyway. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 13:31, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

Well, at least a Twilight deck packs a punch. this sphinx decks my friend made never won a duel as far as I know. Skullvarnish (talkcontribs) 16:26, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

My friend never did either because it sucks, even when he put Chaos Emperor Dragon in his deck. I whooped butt everyday. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 01:31, August 28, 2010 (UTC)

Epic fail! Skullvarnish (talkcontribs) 16:36, August 28, 2010 (UTC)

As Deltaneos said, the highest possible ATK is limitless. In Advanced Format, try this:

You control: Magical Marionette, Royal Magical Library x3

In hand: The Mask of Remnants x3

In Deck: 0 cards.

Work out the combo for yourself. Battlemaniac (talkcontribs) 17:47, August 28, 2010 (UTC)

HA! I get it! Skullvarnish (talkcontribs) 19:49, August 28, 2010 (UTC)

Wow! Awesomeness on a sandwich. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 05:16, August 29, 2010 (UTC)

Fallensilence, has anyone ever told you that you are a bit weird? Skullvarnish (talkcontribs) 18:36, August 29, 2010 (UTC)

Yes. Yes they did. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 18:38, August 29, 2010 (UTC)

I once summoned a theorically infinite ATK Winged Dragon of Ra. It requires 5 cards from your hand and 1 from the graveyard. Activate Monster Reborn on Flint Lock and Inferno Reckless Summon. Activate Morale Boost and Flint= Unlimited life points. Now, tribute summon Ra, it will have unlimited-100 ATK.Nephthy (talkcontribs) 12:45, July 29, 2012 (UTC)



(24.34.200.241 (talk) 00:30, May 23, 2013 (UTC))

Epic Attack Powers

___________________________________________________________________________________ At the guy who posted "You guys...there is a final answer, you know.":

Actually, the attack power of a monster is limitless. The special ability of "Obelisk the Tormentor" allows him to gain infinite strength by sacrificing two monsters on the field.

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BTW: a way to make the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon ATK above 100,000 and how get an automatic victory from these steps.

(cards you need:

Monsters:

Elemental Hero Neos Dark Magician 3 Blue-Eyes White Dragons Black Luster Soldier Dragon Master Knight Gishki Vanity

Spell Cards:

2 Megamorphs Ancient Rules Forbidden Arts of Gishki Power Bond Polymerization Black Luster Ritual Shadow of Eyes

Trap Cards:

Blast With Chain Call of the Haunted Regretful Rebirth Neos Spiral Force Dark Spiral Force

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First place Call of the Haunted, Neos Spiral Force, Dark Spiral Force, and Regretful Rebirth face down.

Send Dark Magican and Elemental Hero Neos to the graveyard.

Ritual Summon Gishki Vanity with Forbidden Arts of Gishki. You can then activate his special ability: by discarding him after ritual summoning him, you can negate all Spells, Effects, and Traps your opponent has until your end phase.

Activate Shadow of Eyes. As long as this card is on the field, your opponent cannot play monsters in Defense Mode.

Use Ancient Rules to Special Summon the Blue-Eyes White Dragon. Then use Polymerization to make the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon.

Activate the black Luster Ritual to Special Summon Black Luster Soldier. Then use Power Bond to combine it with Blue-Eyes to fusion summon Dragon Master Knight, and because of Power Bond's effect its attack doubles. Next activate Blast with chain to increase his attack to 10500.

Next use Megamorph to increase it to 21000.

Next activate Call of the Haunted and Regretful rebirth to summon back Elemental Hero Neos and Dark Magician. Use Neos Spiral Force to increase the attack of Dragon Master Knight to 42000, and Dark Spiral Force to increase it to 84000.

Finally, use your last Megamorph to increase the attack strength to 168000.

Attack your opponent. You win.

(24.34.200.241 (talk) 00:44, May 23, 2013 (UTC)) (24.34.200.241 (talk) 00:43, May 23, 2013 (UTC)) (24.34.200.241 (talk) 00:37, May 23, 2013 (UTC))

(24.34.200.241 (talk) 00:35, May 23, 2013 (UTC))

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Dennis Phantom (talkcontribs) 12:02, June 16, 2013 (UTC)

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You have 3 Clear Vice Dragons, a The Wicked Avatar, Spirit Barrier activated, 3 set Call of the Haunted, 2 set The Gift of Greeds, 3 One Day of Peaces, 3 Monster Reborns, 3 Exchanges, 3 Honests, 3 Symbols of Duties, 3 Normal Monsters, 3 Monster Reincarnations, 3 Magical Stone Excavations, 3 Spell Reproductions, 2 Pot of Greeds, Pot of Avarice, 12 Spell Cards, a face-down Hiro's Shadow Scout, 3 Premature Burials and 1 card in your deck. Your opponent has 6 cards in their hand; 3 Honests and 3 others, Dragon Master Knight on their field face-up and 3 set Beckoning Lights.

1. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 10 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 15 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

2. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 30 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 45 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

3. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 90 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 135 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

4. Activate 3 Call of the Haunted, reviving 3 CVDs.

5. Opponent activates Beckoning Light, discarding 3 cards to add 3 Honests back.

6. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 270 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 405 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

7. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 810 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 1 215 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

8. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 2 430 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 3 645 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

9. Activate 3 Monster Reborns and 3 One Day of Peaces. You bring back 3 CVDs and you and your opponent draw 3 cards.

10. Opponent activates Beckoning Light, discarding 3 cards to add 3 Honests back.

11. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 7 290 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 10 935 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

12. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 21 870 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 32 805 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

13. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 65 610 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 98 415 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

14. Activate 3 Premature Burials, bringing back 3 CVDs.

15. Flip up Hiro's Shadow Scout, letting your opponent draw 3 cards, but make sure there are no Spells.

16. Opponent activates Beckoning Light, discarding 3 cards to add 3 Honests back.

17. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 196 830 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 295 245 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

18. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 590 490 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 885 375 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

19. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 1 771 470 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 2 657 205 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

20. Activate 2 The Gift of Greeds, letting your opponent draw 4 cards.

21. Activate 3 Exchanges, giving your 3 Honests to your opponent.

22. Activate 3 Symbols of Duties, special summoning 3 CVDs at the cost of sending the 3 Normal Monsters to the graveyard.

22. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 5 314 410 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 7 971 615 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

23. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 15 943 230 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 23 914 845 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

24. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 47 829 690 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 71 744 535 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

25. Activate 3 Monster Reincarnations, bringing back 3 Honests.

26. Activate 3 Magical Stone Excavations.

27. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 143 489 070 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 215 233 605 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

28. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 430 467 210 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 645 700 815 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

29. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 1 291 401 630 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 1 937 102 445 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

30. Activate Pot of Avarice and 2 Pot of Greeds.

31. Activate 3 Spell Reproductions, bringing back 3 Exchanges.

32. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 3 874 204 890 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 5 811 307 335 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

33. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 11 622 614 670 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 17 433 922 005 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

34. Have a CVD attack DMK, CVD's ATK becomes 34 867 844 010 000. Opponent uses Honest, making DMK's ATK 52 301 766 015 000. CVD is destroyed but you take no damage.

35. The Wicked Avatar's ATK will be 52 301 766 015 100.

Both Players must cooperate. --Ninjaboi (talkcontribs) 08:02, August 20, 2013 (UTC)

--Ninjaboi (talkcontribs) 12:41, August 21, 2013 (UTC)

--Ninjaboi (talkcontribs) 08:18, August 23, 2013 (UTC)

--Ninjaboi (talkcontribs) 08:28, August 23, 2013 (UTC)

How are you activating all those spells mid battle phase/having 5 battle phases to do that with....DreadKaiser (talkcontribs) 01:39, August 22, 2013 (UTC)

Highest ATK EVER

Actually guys the highest ATK ever an be used on any monster

All you need are: - Chaos Emperor Dragon/Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of The Beginning - 2 monsters Light/Dark to summon the above monsters - the monster you want to have the highest ATK with (optional) - 2 Primal Seed - Limiter Removal - DNA Surgery - Cards to wipe out your opponent's field

Main Phase 1:

1. Summon B.L.S or C.E.D by removing from play 1 light/Dark from your grave 2. Activate the cards to wipe out your opponent's field. 3. summon your desired monster 4. activate DNA Surgery from set(Last turn) 5. Choose Machine-Type 6. Activate Limiter Removal to double the ATK 7. after L.R. activate Primal seed to get back limiter removal 8. Step 6. 9. Use Primal seed to get back Primal seed and Limiter removal 10. repeat 6-9

Have fun with your Destructive beast that you've created!!!

Hint: if there's a def monster on opponent's field, use Bigbangshot or Fairymetoer to inflict piercing. Dekaron29 (talkcontribs) 18:33, July 25, 2013 (UTC)

Wicked Avatar

that, end of story ive had Unformed Void drain Ulti-topia (Number 39 with zexal weapons) 3 times, it had 8K attack and maestroke was in play for last one, its ATK was 25800. i then used Corrupted Keys to copy it.. and had the Avatar in play the whole time with March of the Monarchs. i can only imagine that in the anime.... DreadKaiser (talkcontribs) 16:47, August 21, 2013 (UTC)

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