Is Slifer the strongest God card?
The second most powerful of the Egyptian God cards, Slifer The Sky Dragon is known well because it's a card Yugi goes to a lot after he wins it. Slifer is powerful because it gains 1,000 attack and defense points for every card the player has in their hands.
The Egyptian God Cards are three of the most powerful monsters to ever exist within the Yu-Gi-Oh world. Among them, the strongest of the three is The Winged Dragon of Ra.
I think that Slifer is probably more favored with the new structure, but Obelisk is still superior and could prevail with his deck.
A deck dedicated to Slifer will probably result in Slifer having more attack points than Obelisk does. However, that lack of protection effects leaves it pretty vulnerable to spell and trap cards. Winged Dragon of Ra's base form is probably the weakest of the three (in contrast to the anime version).
Exodia, the Forbidden One is the king of OTK's in the Yu-Gi-Oh universe. He isn't one card - rather, he's split up into five separate pieces. If a duelist can assemble all five parts before their opponent can beat them, Exodia will instantly end the game!
Sorry for bad english , i used a translator. Slifer can be destroyed be spell and traps. Requires 3 Tributes to Normal Summon (cannot be Normal Set).
The Winged Dragon of Ra is one of the strongest cards in the game, requiring three tributes to Normal Summon. The creature cannot be set like others, so your opponent will always know when you play it.
As the gods of Egypt developed, they were combined during the New Kingdom to form Amun-Ra (or Amun-Re), the greatest god of Egypt, who brought sun, light, and creation daily to the entire world. Amun-Ra was the chief protector of the pharaoh that embodied him in the flesh as often literal living gods.
In its Phoenix Mode Ra becomes a giant flaming bird with its wings and head shaped in a similar manner to its Battle Mode. Ra appears in the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime, as one of the most powerful monster spirits, the Egyptian Gods. In-series, its Duel Monsters card is considered to be the most powerful in the game.
The Winged Dragon of Ra
The classic God card himself, the Winged Dragon of Ra was said to be the most powerful of the Egyptian Gods but in-game, Ra is a bit of a letdown. Thankfully, Konami has realized this and released some support cards to help Ra be more effective.
Who is stronger Ra?
Ra ( アウト) is formerly one of the Omni-king, brother to Horus. Ra is the God of the Sun and King of the Sun in which Horus considered Ra to be the most powerful of the Egyptian Gods, even stronger than Amun who is the king of the Egyptian Gods.
Slifer the Sky Dragon's original Japanese title translates to Sky Dragon of Osiris. This card got its name from Osiris, known to be the Egyptian God of Life, Death, and Fertility.
They can be destroyed by Trap Cards that target (in the anime, "Blast Held by a Tribute" destroyed one monster and inflicted damage based on its ATK, so it targeted). They can be affected by targeting Traps ("Magic Cylinder" and "Spellbinding Circle").
Exodia *requires* all five cards to be in hand in order to unleash him. That being said, Exodia eclipses the God Cards by virtue of being an automatic victory, able to wipe the field like Obelisk *and* wipe life points out in one move.
With the exception of a select few, the students in Slifer Red are categorized as being the weakest Duelists among the dorms, having weak Decks and poor strategies which cause them to lose most of the time. In some cases, students from this dorm have never won a Duel at all and drop out.
If Exodia is summoned in the real game, it's an instant win condition. This means even if the opponent summons all 3 Egyptian God cards, they would lose to a player who has all 5 pieces of Exodia.
Cannot be destroyed by battle. At the end of the Damage Step, if this card battled an opponent's monster: You can detach 1 material from this card; double the ATK of all "Numeron" monsters you currently control, until the end of this turn.
Tournament Black Luster Soldier (1999)
According to Zen Market this card is worth over $9,000,000 and is classed as the rarest Yu-Gi-Oh card in the world. The Black Luster Soldier card was an exclusive winning card awarded at the first ever Yu-Gi-Oh tournament back in 1999 in Japan, making it a one of one.
The name Osiris was changed to Slifer by 4Kids employee Sam Murakami, possibly due to religious symbol/reference. According to Wikipedia, A god card in the Yu-Gi-Oh!
The English name of this card was named after 'Roger Slifer', an employee of 4Kids. Because of that, it is the only Egyptian God not to be named after its Japanese counterpart as the two other Egyptian Gods were.
Can Mirror Force destroy Slifer?
Its pretty easy, slifer has 0 protection. Cards like raigeki, dark hole, mirror force, sakeretsu armor. Basically if a card says destroy it can get rid of slifer, or if you have ghost ogre and snow rabbit it can destroy slifer when its effect activates, or you could just kaiju it.
Obelisk has no effect that prevents it from being destroyed. It only can't be targeted. Any non-targeting destruction effect, like Raigeki or Dark Hole, can take care of it. It can also be destroyed in battle.
4/10 WEAKEST: Thousand-Eyes Idol
It may have an unsettling design, but Thousand-Eyes Idol is just pathetically weak, literally unable to beat any monster in battle at all. Even other weak monsters can take out this card with no trouble, though Thousand-Eyes Idol is not useless.
Among the first and oldest gods, Ra has existed for eternity. He brought all creation to life and in addition to creating many gods, he brought to life two sons: Osiris and Set. When Egypt was created, Ra's burden was to battle the demonic serpent Apophis every single night for eternity.
Amun-Ra is the most powerful being in Egypt and the 9th multiverse. He is stronger than Odin, Izanagi and Juno, but weaker than Goku, Zeno and Zeus.