Some players do this by using “burn cards,” which are cards with special powers that hurt their opponent in different ways.
Other plays involve making decks that let you call a lot of monsters at once. These monsters can all attack your opponent and slowly take them down.
But why call up a lot of monsters when just one will do?
In this list, we talk about monsters that can hit more than once during a turn or we can say Multiple Attackers.
These monsters are great at doing a lot of damage to your opponent, and if you can find a way to make their attack stats better, they can be game-winning from turn 1 onwards!
18. Superdreadnought Rail Cannon Juggernaut Liebe
The best way to call this monster with a stupid name is to use his effect, which lets you use a machine-type rank 10 xyz monster (by connecting any of its materials to Rail Cannon) to cast him.
You want him to have as many materials as possible because Rail Cannon can fight as many monsters as his material count plus one each turn.
But if you have extras, you can remove one each turn to give him 2000 more ATK and DEF until the end phase, though your other monsters can’t attack that round.
That means you could hit more than once with 6000 ATK in the same turn.
17. Qliphort Shell
Shell hasn’t held up well over time, since it’s now harder to swarm pendulum monsters and his defense-piercing effect doesn’t work on link monsters.
However, he’s still a strong card, and may be the best two-attribute Qliphort.
Shell is a level 4 monster that can be special summoned or standard summoned without tributes. It has an attack power of 1800.
But if you give at least one Qli when you use a normal summon with two attributes, he can attack twice every turn and do piercing damage to enemies who are in defense position.
If he is normal called (with or without tributes), he ignores the effects of monsters whose level or rank is lower than his own, and his scaling ability lowers the ATK of all enemy monsters by 300.
16. Raidraptor – Final Fortress Falcon
Final Fortress is way too strong, but it’s hard to call him. You either need three level 12 monsters (good luck with that), or you’ll probably use other Raidraptor effects and Rank-Up spell cards to trick him into play.
Not only does Final Fortress have 3800 ATK, but as long as he has at least one Raidraptor material, he is also resistant to the effects of other cards.
His first effect lets you remove a material to bring back your banished Raidraptors, and his second lets you banish a Raidraptor from your graveyard when he destroys a monster in battle to make him attack again.
This can happen up to twice per turn, giving you the chance to kill two monsters and then win the game with a single attack.
15. Arcana Force EX – The Dark Ruler
In Yu-Gi-Oh, we don’t talk enough about the Arcana Force character.
One of the bad guys in Yu-Gi-Oh GX used these cards, which are all about fate, destiny, and tarot cards. That’s why this deck is all about flipping coins.
A lot of people don’t like these cards because they depend on luck. But if you like to take some risks when you play, these cards can be a lot of fun.
So, let’s talk about The Dark Ruler. You can’t normal summon it, and you can only special summon it by sacrificing three monsters you control (God card alert!)
When it is summoned, you can flip a coin to get one of two benefits. If it comes up heads, this guy can attack twice in a turn.
But after it strikes, this card changes to defense position and can’t be changed again until the end of your next turn.
But this guy isn’t going anywhere since he has 4000 defense points!
Whenever this card leaves the field, if you flip heads, it takes every other card with it, whether they are on your field or your opponent’s.
It’s clear that this has two sides. It puts your opponent behind, but if you don’t have the cards to come back from this, it could also cost you the game.
14. Odd-Eyes Rebellion Dragon
Something about extra-deck monsters that swing back and forth looks cool.
Odd-Eyes Rebellion Dragon was one of the first pendulum-XYZ monsters. It is a mix of Odd-Eyes Pendulum Dragon and Dark Rebellion XYZ Dragon.
When it’s summoned using an XYZ monster as a material (it’s difficult, but it’s possible through a weird combo), you can destroy all level 7 or lower monsters your opponent controls, deal 1000 damage to each one, and then this card can attack three times in one turn.
This look is terrible in every way!
Chances are, if your opponent can’t stop this affect, it’s the end of the game for them.
I mean, how can you survive that much burn damage and an attack that does 9000 damage?
13. Bujintei Susanowo
If this card were more general, I would play it in every deck, but it can only be used in Bujin decks.
You can get a rank 4 XYZ monster for two level 4 Bujin monsters. This monster can attack every single monster your opponent controls once.
You don’t even have to remove an XYZ material to do this. So long as this guy is on the field, you can do all of these strikes every turn as long as he is there.
The detach effect of Bujintei Susanowo is also pretty good. It lets you look for a Bujin monster or send a Bujin from your deck to the graveyard, both of which can be very helpful depending on your strategy.
If you want to play with a Bujin deck, this guy should definitely be in your extra deck.
12. Lunalight Cat Dancer
Lunalights is the only deck you need to look at if you want to be able to OTK.
This deck is all about fusing together strong monsters, each of which has crazy effects that could kill your opponent.
For example, Cat Dancer lets you attack each monster your opponent controls twice. This means that your opponent takes twice as much damage in battle.
Every time you use this card to make a second attack, you can burn your damage to do an extra 100 points of damage.
This is a lot of damage done in a single turn.
This deck has been called one of the best OTK decks in Yu-Gi-Oh! because it has cards like Lunalight Cat Dancer.
11. White Aura Whale
What do you like more than Raigeki?
How about a Raigeki that can also hurt your opponent in a big way?
When you call White Aura Whale, you can destroy all of your opponent’s monsters that are in attack position.
Don’t worry if your opponent still has monsters in defense position after this.
White Aura Whale can attack up to two times per turn, and when it strikes a monster in defense position, you will also deal piercing damage.
With an effect that lets you attack more than once and an effect that gets rid of monsters, you’ll quickly destroy your opponent’s board.
10. Ultimate Tyranno
3000 attack monsters have always been very strong in Yu-Gi-Oh.
I mean, Blue Eyes White Dragon wasn’t famous for its art, was it?
And one of the best 3k-beaters is Ultimate Tyranno.
It can attack once each against every monster your opponent controls. If your opponent makes the mistake of having a lot of small monsters in attack position, you can win the game right away.
The bad thing about this card is that while you control Ultimate Tyranno, none of your other monsters can attack.
But in a modern format where you can quickly get rid of used cards for a link summon, you can use this guy for its powerful effects in battle and then link it to other monsters that can finish the job with a final attack.
9. Rune Eyes Pendulum Dragon
This guy is a mix of the Odd Eyes Pendulum Dragon and the Pendulum Magicians, two of Yuya Sakaki’s most famous monsters.
Depending on the level of the spellcaster you use to summon this card, you can either hit twice or three times per turn.
With a huge 3000 attack, this guy can do a lot of damage either way.
Rune Eyes Pendulum Dragon also has the added bonus that if you summon it with a Pendulum-summoned monster, it won’t be affected by your opponent’s cards for the turn it’s summoned, so you can attack and destroy as much as you want.
8. Draco Beserker of the Tenyi
Tenyi are a little bit of a strange type.
They are based on using monsters that don’t have any effects, so the few monsters that do have effects tend to be very powerful.
The same goes for Draco Beserker of the Tenyi.
It is one of the most powerful matching monsters.
If this guy kills a monster with an effect in fight (and let’s be honest, who uses normal monsters anymore?)
Draco gets the attack points of the monster he killed and can use them to attack another monster on the same turn.
I’d suggest using Draco to take out your opponent’s strongest monsters first, and then using that insanely high attack boost to take out the rest of your opponent’s life points.
7. Raidraptor Ultimate Falcon
It seems almost impossible to call up a level 12 monster. I mean, who has three level 12 monsters on the field at the same time?
But you can call it pretty easily using some of the spells that Raidraptors can learn as they level up.
When this card kills a monster in battle, you can send a Raidraptor monster from your graveyard out of play to make Raidraptor Ultimate Falcon attack again.
You can do this as many as two times per turn, giving you a total of three hits per turn.
This is a very strong effect for any monster, but especially for a beast with 3800 attacks.
If this guy strikes three times, your opponent is almost always dead, no matter how good their field is.
6. Ancient Gear Golem – Ultimate Pound
This card is the Shrek 2 of Yu-Gi-Oh cards. It is a sequel that is better in every way than the first.
Not only does it have the same 3000 attack and piercing battle damage as the original Ancient Gear Golem, but when it kills a monster in battle, you can discard a Machine-type monster to attack again (up to twice per turn).
If you didn’t think that was enough power, check out this guy’s second effect:
When it is killed in battle or by a card effect, you can look in your deck and graveyard for a copy of Polymerization and any other “Ancient Gear” monster.
This makes it easy for you to call the Ancient Gear Fusion monsters, which are a whole new level of strong.
5. Chimeratech Overdragon
Chimeratech Overdragon is one of the best cards in a Cyber Dragon deck, especially for dealing damage.
You can make this card as strong as you want. So how good you make it is up to you.
To call it, you must join Cyber Dragon with any number of machine monsters (as long as the number is greater than 0).
Then, for each monster, this card gets 800 attack and can also hit your opponent for each one.
If you send three monsters, you’ll get a good monster with 2400 attack that can hit three times.
But if you want to go all in, you could send 7 or 8 monsters and make this card into a machine that can’t be stopped.
You get to decide!
4. Lunalight Panther Dancer
Because Lunalights are so good at hitting your opponent more than once, I couldn’t just put one on this list.
Panther Dancer is similar to Cat Dancer in that it lets you attack each monster your opponent controls twice.
The difference between these two cards is that this one doesn’t deal burn damage to your opponent. Instead, every time it kills an opponent’s monster in battle, it gets 200 attack.
So, if you can’t OTK with Panther Dancer’s effect (which is rare since it has an insane number of attacks and its attack stat keeps going up), you’ll be left with a monster whose attack stat is almost impossible to beat.
3. Neo Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon
Ancient Gear Golem isn’t the only card on this list with a great improvement.
Neo Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon is better than the original Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon, and boy, is it a good one!
It takes 3 Blue Eyes to call, which is the same as the first one, and it has the same 4500 attack stat.
This time, though, it comes with a really cool effect:
When it attacks, you can make it attack again by sending a “Blue-Eyes” monster from your extra deck to your graveyard.
Unlike some of the other multiple attackers on this list, Neo’s attacks don’t have to be against monsters. Instead, you can use his ability to hit your opponent directly.
If Kaiba had this card, he wouldn’t have lost to Yugi nearly as much as he did in the show.
2. Ultimate Conductor Tyranno
Dinosaur decks haven’t been very popular in the past of Yu-Gi-Oh until the structure deck Dinomasher’s Fury came out and made them a competitive meta deck.
One reason is because of this card.
It’s so easy to call that you don’t even have to pay a fee.
You can special summon this card right to your field if you get rid of two dinosaur monsters from your graveyard.
Then, you can use its ability by destroying another monster in your hand or on your side of the field:
This lets you turn all of your opponent’s monsters face-down so they can defend, and it lets this card attack each monster your opponent controls once.
If this card fights a monster in defense position, you don’t even have to figure out how much damage it did.
The defending monster is killed right away, and your opponent takes 1000 damage. This means that no monster can stop this card’s attack round.
1. Borrelsword Dragon
Without a question, Borrelsword is one of the best Link monsters in all of Yu-Gi-Oh.
It’s a Link 4 monster that requires 3 or more monsters with effects to call. This means that any deck that can summon monsters can use this card.
As a quick effect, you can move a monster from attack position to defense position and give it the ability to attack twice during the fight phase.
The best part about this effect is that your opponent can’t use any effects in reaction to it. This means that when this guy hits the field, the ball is in your court.
When Borrelsword Dragon strikes a monster, you can have it take half of that monster’s attack points to make itself stronger once per turn.
This makes your second move stronger than it was before.
Borrelsword Dragon is a card that was made very well.