Top 20 Most Expensive Cards in Yu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duel

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Top 20 Most Expensive Cards in Yu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duel

As explained at RunRex.com, guttulus.com, and mtglion.com, Yu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duel is a popular version of the original Yu-Gi-Oh TCG. In the Rush Deal version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG, rather than being restricted to summoning a certain number of monsters per turn, players are free to summon as many monsters as they like as long as they have them in their hands. The game, therefore, features a collection of incredibly rare and valuable cards, and this article will look to shine the spotlight on the top 20 most expensive cards in Yu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duel.

Blue-Eyes White Dragon (Special Red Ver.)

As per RunRex.com, guttulus.com, and mtglion.com, the Blue-Eyes White Dragon Rush Rare Special Red Version was awarded in the GET Campaign. Only 777 of these cards were awarded, which means finding one is not easy. Its rarity and mystique in the community are some of the reasons why this Rush Duel card is valued so highly.

Sevens Road Magician

The Sevens Road Magician card is a Monster type with a Dark attribute. This card gains ATK equal to the number of different attributes in your graveyard. In addition to its power in-game, the card also features amazing art that has contributed to its high value.

Dragon Dragias (Special Red Ver.)

This card features the Multistrike Dragon Dragias, which was formed from the gamma rays of seven supernovas, and annihilates any foe that challenges its supremacy as articulated at RunRex.com, guttulus.com, and mtglion.com. The Special Red version of this card is extremely rare, and, therefore, very valuable.

Super Demon Machine God Magnum Overlord Rush Rare (Special Red Ver.)

This is another card that is part of the 777 issued during the GET Campaign already mentioned, meaning it is extremely rare, therefore, very expensive when it comes to market. The card comes with stunning artwork and a near-mint one is bound to fetch a small fortune.

Saiko no Prima Guitarna

Prima Guitarna of the Colorful Light is another top-rated Yu-Gi-Oh Rush card worth checking out. The card features Princess Omega the Supreme Shining Superstar playing an electric guitar. In addition to its looks, it is also quite powerful in-game as it allows you to gain 300 ATK for each monster your opponent controls.

Jinzo

At 2400 ATK, Jinzo has got great ATK for a single-tribute, and he negates and prevents traps from being activated, effectively making them useless according to RunRex.com, guttulus.com, and mtglion.com. A foil version of this card comes with tremendous value in the marketplace.

Summoned Skull

Summoned Skull is the original pinnacle of single-tribute monsters and matches many of today’s aces with 2500 ATK. However, unlike most of them, Summoned Skull only requires one tribute to a normal summon. This card is also a normal monster and fiend-type, which are useful synergies in the right deck.

Kuribott

While Kuribott is quite weak, it lets you pay 500 life points if you control no other monsters to add a copy of itself from the graveyard to hand as captured at RunRex.com, guttulus.com, and mtglion.com. This is one of the best and easiest hand-advantage effects in Rush dueling.

Shocklead Dragon

While Shocklead Dragon has a rather low ATK for a two-tribute monster, its DEF is better, which means you can wall it when necessary. Luckily, this card’s effect compensates, letting you once per turn make your opponent’s strongest monster lose ATK equal to your highest monster’s ATK that round.

Fantastrike Dragon Miragears

Fantastrike Dragon Miragears is Dragias’ dark counterpart, and requires two attributes, and bears a potent 2500 ATK. Its effect requires you to send another level of 7 or higher dragon from your hand to the graveyard but lets you make two opposing monsters lose 1500 ATK for the turn.

Mystic Dealer

As covered at RunRex.com, guttulus.com, and mtglion.com, Mystic Dealer lets you once per turn discard a spellcaster from your hand to draw a card. This lets you toss monsters you don’t need in hopes of drawing something you do, and it is a nice way to quickly fill the graveyard.

Ancient Arise Dragon

Ancient Arise Dragon is a two-tribute monster that lets you mill a card to increase its ATK by 600 for the turn, giving a whopping 3000. You can then shuffle the monsters “Burning Blaze Dragon” and “Clear Ice Dragon” from your graveyard into your deck to destroy an opponent’s monster with 1500 or less DEF.

Super King Rex

As a level 8 monster, Rex takes two tributes but has a powerful 2500 ATK as described at RunRex.com, guttulus.com, and mtglion.com. More than that, during the turn this card is normal or special summoned, you can mill one card to summon a level 6 or lower dinosaur-type monster from your graveyard.

Handy Lady

With an ATK of 2400 and DEF of 1200, Handy Lady is a jack-of-all-trades who will take on any job, whether it be looking for lost cats or serving as a bodyguard for VIPs. Her card captures her in a very fetching outfit with a car in the background and is one of the game’s most eye-catching cards.

Curse of Dragon

Curse of Dragon is a wicked dragon that taps into dark forces to execute a powerful attack with an ATK of 2000 and a DEF of 1500. As a card from the super rarity category, there are not many of them out there, hence why it is valued as high as it is.

Sevens Road Mage

This is the complimentary card of the Sevens Road Magician as discussed at RunRex.com, guttulus.com, and mtglion.com. The Sevens Road Mage’s effect is 1 face-up Level 7 or higher monsters on your opponent’s field loses 400 ATK until the end of the turn.

Cosmic String Noodryad

With this card, if “Outer Space” is face-up on the field, send 2 Pyro Type monsters from your hand to the Graveyard. Its effect is that it allows you to destroy all face-up Level 7 or lower monsters on the field with an ATK of 2500 and DEF of 1000.

Gaia the Fierce Knight

This Level 7 card with an Earth attribute has got an ATK of 2300 and DEF of 2100 as outlined at RunRex.com, guttulus.com, and mtglion.com. It is a knight whose horse travels faster than the wind and his battle charge is a force to be reckoned with.

Black Luster Soldier

You can Ritual Summon this card with “Super Soldier Ritual” if it destroys an opponent’s monster by battle and sends it to the graveyard. It’s a level 8 card with an ATK of 3000, DEF of 2500, and Earth as its attribute.

Envoy of Chaos

During the battle phase, you can discard this card, then target 1 Black Luster Soldier or Gaia the Fierce Knight you control. This allows it to gain 1500 ATK until the end of the turn, and if it does, every opponent’s monster that battles it has its ATK become that monster’s original ATK.

These are some of the most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duel cards, with more on this, and other topics to be found over at RunRex.com, guttulus.com, and mtglion.com.