Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon


Dragon / Fusion  LIGHT / 12
"Blue-Eyes White Dragon" + "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" + "Blue-Eyes White Dragon"
4500/3800 
CARD ID: 23995346
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YuGiOh! TCG karta: Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon

TCG SETS

TCG SetSymbolRarityLowAvgTrend
Battle Pack Tournament Prize Cards BATT-EN001 Starfoil Rare8.90€-,--€22.35€
Dark Legends DLG1-EN001 Super Rare6.80€15.97€20.31€
Duelist Pack: Kaiba DPKB-EN026 Ultra Rare0.50€3.11€2.54€
Duelist Pack: Rivals of the Pharaoh DPRP-EN025 Rare0.15€0.62€0.41€
Gold Series GLD1-EN028 Gold Rare1.97€2.49€3.19€
Legendary Collection Kaiba Mega Pack LCKC-EN057 Secret Rare0.28€1.03€1.64€
Legendary Decks II LDK2-ENK40 Ultra Rare0.38€1.41€1.81€
Premium Gold PGLD-EN055 Gold Rare1.00€2.29€2.09€
Retro Pack RP01-EN000 Secret Rare0.50€1.76€2.02€
Shonen Jump Vol. 4, Issue 1 promotional card JMP-EN005 Secret Rare---
Ultimate Edition JMP-EN005 Ultra Rare---

Card Trivia

 This is the cover card of Duelist Pack: Kaiba and Premium Pack Vol.1.
The ATK, DEF, and Level of this card are all equal to half those of three Blue-Eyes White Dragon added up, respectively, though the DEF is rounded up to the nearest hundred.
This card has the highest ATK and DEF of any non-Effect Monster in the game.
This card appears in the artwork of E☆HERO Pit Boss, Neutron Blast and The Ultimate Creature of Destruction.
This card is needed to Special Summon Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon. However, when Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon was first released in the TCG (in August 2004), this card did not exist then. It would take until the fall of 2005 for this card to be made available, thus making Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon Summonable.
The Bandai version of this card is Blue-Eyes White Dragon's 3-Body Connection.
In some of the Yu-Gi-Oh! video games, this card is listed as having the DIVINE Attribute.
In a few video games, such as Forbidden Memories and The Duelists of the Roses, the Spell Card Ultimate Dragon was needed to Summon this card.
This monster has five counterparts.
Cipher counterpart: Neo Galaxy-Eyes Cipher Dragon
Photon counterpart: Neo Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon
Tachyon counterpart: Number C107: Neo Galaxy-Eyes Tachyon Dragon
Statue counterpart: Blue-Eyes Ultimate Statue Dragon
Retrained counterpart: Neo Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon
This card was the first Level 12 monster to appear in the anime.
The Premium Gold, Duelist Pack: Rivals of the Pharaoh and Legendary Decks II reprints of this card do not feature its 8 digit passcode.
This card's Yu-Gi-Oh! Dark Duel Stories and Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 4: Battle of Great Duelist artwork is taken from the title page for .

Rulings

Previously Official Rulings

Mentions in Other Rulings

Revoke Fusion:" You cannot select a Fusion Monster that does not list any Fusion Material Monsters you can Special Summon. Example: You cannot select "Dragon Master Knight" because you cannot Special Summon "Black Luster Soldier" or "Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon" from your hand.