Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel tier list and reroll guide

We’ve got the only Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel tier list you need to make sense of the new-fangled four-player card game fresh out of Konami

Screenshot of a Blue Eyes White Dragon, Kaiba's boss monster, for Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel tier list and reroll guide

Think you know Yu-Gi-Oh? Think again. Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel is the latest title out of Konami’s card game franchise, and for the first time ever, up to four players can play at the same time. That’s a pretty big change, so you’re going to need a deck worthy of taking on the challenge.

That’s where we come in, with our Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel tier list, ranking the best decks and duelists you can find inside the four-player card game title. We’ve also included a Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel reroll guide so you can trade in your cards if you don’t like what you get the first time around, making it easy to pick up a deck loaded with firepower at the start of the game.

For more guides to Konami’s card game spin-offs, see our Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel meta decks, and Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel dragon decks. Or, if you want to roll back the years with another classic franchise, check out our guide to the best Pokémon games and Digimon games.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel tier list

Tier Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel ace monster
S Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Red-Dragon Archfiend, Ojama King
A Odd-Eyes Pendulum Dragon, Elemental Hero Neos, Number 39: Utopia, Seven Road Magician
B Stardust Dragon, Firewall Dragon, Dark Magician
C Gaia the Fierce Knight, Bloom Diva the Melodious Choir, Trickstar Holly Angel
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel ace monster decks S-tier explained

Blue Eyes White Dragon – The OG dragon stands the test of time as the best all-out attacker in Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel. With incredible attack stats, and destruction effects that activate on summoning, if you want to play Yu-Gi-Oh! as old school as possible, you can never really go wrong with a Blue Eyes beatdown deck.

Red-Dragon Archfiend – Aggressive players should seek out Red-Dragon Archfiend for its attacking prowess and its killer effect that destroys any defence position monsters on the field when summoned and at the end of your battle phase. This defence negation forces your opponents into head-to-head battle, and with Red-Dragon Archfiend’s monster stats, that can only play to your advantage.

Ojama King – If you want an alternative to the raw firepower of Blue Eyes White Dragon and Red-Dragon Archfiend, Ojama King’s control and disruption effects are second to none. It might be one of the more difficult decks, as well as Ojama King having a complicated summoning requirement of three Ojama monsters, but it’s worth it. If you can summon Ojama King you can lock your opponent out of summoning for their next turn with its ability, as well as close off a monster zone anywhere on the field.

Screenshot of the skill menu from Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel with a Blue-Eyes White Dragon receiving an update

How to Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel reroll

If you don’t get the cards you need to put together a potent deck at the start of the game, you can reroll to try your luck again for some more UR cards to help stack your deck with power. We recommend at least two or three UR pulls for a potent deck from the outset, so feel free to reroll using the method below until you get your hands on something worthwhile.

  • Open Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel on your chosen device
  • Complete the introduction segment and set your username
  • Finish the tutorials and receive your first UR pull
  • Download the extra files when prompted
  • Claim all the mission, gift, and log-in bonuses before pulling from the banner you want to use
  • If successful, continue to play. But, if you still don’t get the cards you want, delete storage data from your phone and repeat the previous steps

There you have it, our comprehensive Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel tier list and reroll guide. For more tricky tactics and strategising, be sure to check out our picks for the best mobile card games.