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Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG: Top 10 Weirdest Cards of All Time

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In this article, I'll show you the top 10 weirdest Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG cards!

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Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG has many mighty monsters, beautiful or fearsome, but it also has those that make us flinch at their weirdness and peculiarities. I decided to pick a few of the weirdest cards I could find, and gather them all in this article.

Check out below the most bizarre Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG cards of all time!

Weirdest Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Cards of All Time

10 - Gruesome Goo

Opening our list, we have Gruesome Goo, which, as the name suggests, is a "slime boss". Because of this card's description, we know this is some type of authority among the slime monsters, which is difficult to imagine just by looking at it.


So, if it doesn't stand out because it looks cool, at the very least it could have a better name, like "Slime King", for instance.

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9 - Seiyaryu

Seiyaryu is a Dragon with a very odd appearance - it almost resembles a bird. Not just any bird, but a featherless bird. Years after it was released, a "retrain" of this card came out, Starry Night, Starry Dragon, and there was also an entire archetype centered around it, the "Starry Knights", which focuses on Christmas.

Considering its Christmas theme, I believe Seiyaryu's creators saw it in the same way as I do: a big Christmas turkey!

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8 - Baobaboon

The wordplay behind Baobaboon is easy enough to understand, and whether you look at its name or its artwork, you'll draw the same conclusion: it's a "fusion" between a Baobab tree and a baboon.

A detail that stands out a lot in this card, besides the unusual themes its creators chose for it, is its facial expression, which seems to be just waiting for the opportunity to tell a joke.

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7 - 3-Hump Lacooda

3-Hump Lacooda looks like something between a camel and a dromedary, and, if you take a closer look at it, you'll realize it is sweating and shaking because it is burdened by its three humps. Furthermore, the fact its face has changed to blue shows that it has trouble breathing, and the result is an incredibly bizarre expression.

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6 - Inmato

Inmato is another wordplay, and this time it is a tomato that is also an inmate. If you look at the entire artwork, you'll notice this monster has a painful expression on its face, and there are red markings in the cell that constrains it. This indicates that it tends to force its head against these iron bars, maybe to escape or just punish itself for whatever it was that led it to prison.

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5 - Chu-Ske the Mouse Fighter

Chu-Ske the Mouse Fighter isn't just any mouse, but rather a clear reference to Bruce Lee, one of the greatest fighters of all time. By the way, this monster's appearance also really resembles Rock Lee, a character from the Naruto franchise that was also inspired by Bruce Lee.

Besides this, both stories depict these characters as individuals that have dedicated their lives to martial arts to be the best, or the strongest, fighters around. Even though it is interesting, our little mouse friend is, at the very least, peculiar.

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4 - Dark Desertapir

Dark Desertapir currently holds the title of "most bizarre facial expression" among monsters. The combination of its eyes and its forced "smile" make it seem like it's scared to death of something it just found in the middle of the desert. Even though this monster is in trouble, what we really want to do when we look at it is laugh.

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3 - Thousand-Eyes Idol

Thousand-Eyes Idol was iconically used by Maximillion Pegasus, a character from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime franchise, and, ever since it appeared for the first time, I always thought it was bizarre. Besides its many eyes, its body is also really weird.


Apart from its legs and arms, its entire body is unlike anything human or animal-like, which is quite uncommon. Actually, Thousand-Eyes Idol looks more like a potato with limbs.

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2 - Avatar of The Pot

Avatar of The Pot, as a card, is not that popular, but its face is quite famous. That's because its face is literally Pot of Greed, one of the most iconic cards in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG franchise. Besides its questionable face, its super jacked-up body, which is performing some type of eccentric move, definitely makes it one of the oddest monsters in the entire game.

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1 - Ojamas

Ojama is an archetype with Beast-type/Light attribute monsters that are described as beings that enjoy meddling around through any means necessary. Its most iconic trait is their ugliness, considering each Ojama looks unique, similar to human bodies, but as caricatures. Besides this, Ojamas are known for their ridiculous poses, and, of course, their red underwear.

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Final Words

Do you agree with our list? Do you use any of these cards in your decks? Tell us all about it in our comment section below.

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