Number 17: Leviathan Dragon


Dragon / Xyz / Effect  WATER / 3
2 Level 3 monsters
Once per turn: You can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card; this card gains 500 ATK. If this card has no Xyz Material, it cannot attack your opponent directly.

2000/0 
CARD ID: 69610924
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YuGiOh! TCG karta: Number 17: Leviathan Dragon

TCG SETS

TCG SetSymbolRarityLowAvgTrend
Battle Pack: Epic Dawn BP01-EN027 Rare0.05€0.18€0.27€
Battle Pack: Epic Dawn BP01-EN027 Starfoil Rare0.19€1.00€0.45€
Collectible Tins 2011 Wave 1 CT08-EN001 Secret Rare0.10€0.38€0.23€
Duelist League 15 participation cards DL15-EN012 Rare0.49€-,--€1.10€
Generation Force GENF-EN039 Ghost Rare7.00€13.82€14.08€
Generation Force GENF-EN039 Ultimate Rare2.60€3.40€3.65€
Generation Force GENF-EN039 Ultra Rare0.45€1.07€0.91€
Star Pack 2013 SP13-EN023 Common0.05€0.37€0.43€
Star Pack 2013 SP13-EN023 Starfoil Rare0.09€0.55€0.39€

Card Trivia

 This monster is the cover card for Generation Force.
This is the first cover card for a Booster Pack to debut in a manga since X-Head Cannon, Y-Dragon Head and Z-Metal Tank debuted in Advent of Union, a gap of over nine years.
This card is the first WATER monster to be both a cover card on a main-series Booster Pack and a Holographic Rare/Ghost Rare.
This card is the first Xyz Monster to be the cover card of a Booster Pack.
This card is the first revealed member of the Number archetype.
It is also the first Dragon Xyz Monster.
This monster appears in the artworks of Xyz Veil, Number Return and Purge Ray.
This card's English name comes from the mythical sea creature Leviathan, which explains this card's Attribute.
This card's Japanese name comes from a combination of the English words Leviathan and Ice.
In the anime, when this monster detaches an Xyz Material, it devours it.
Numbers often take the form of something their original owner desires. In the case of this card's owner, it is to become stronger and more powerful. This resulted in a Dragon-Type monster who can increase its own ATK.
This card is the first Number that speaks in the series of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL, saying, Let the Number take hold.
This card's name was misspelled as Number 17: Leviath Dragon in its collector tin.
In episode 1 of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL, this monster had a cry very similar to that of Stardust Dragon. This has since changed.
This card along withBlue-Eyes White Dragon are the only cards to be released in every single rarity (except Starfoil).
Leviathan Dragon has the same roar as  from Bakugan Battle Brawlers.

Rulings




OCG Rulings



Detaching 1 Xyz Material is a cost.: Xyz Monster > Number 17: Leviathan Dragon

When "Skill Drain" applies its effect, the ATK of a "Number 17: Leviathan Dragon" that was increased by its own effect returns to its original value. Afterwards, even if the effect of "Skill Drain" is no longer applied, the ATK remain at its original value. Furthermore, the effect of being unable to attack the opponent directly while this card has no Xyz Materials is also negated, and this card is able to attack the opponent directly.: While "Skill Drain" or "Effect Veiler" apply their effects, are the effects of "Number 17: Leviathan Dragon" of increasing its own ATK by 500 or being unable to attack if it has no Xyz Materials negated?