You can use your opponent’s monsters in your own Fusion summons with Super Polymerization.
This gets rid of their monsters and gives you one.
Even though that sounds completely broken, this card is useful depending on what decks are popular at the time.
But if you know what you’ll be up against and want a great way to mess with your opponent, this list will show you some of the best Super Polymerization targets.
21. Dragon Knight Draco-Equiste
Thanks to the power of Borreload Savage Dragon, it’s not impossible for a Dragon-Type Synchro Monster to be on the field.
Dragon Knight Draco-Equiste is usually only used in Warrior decks, since other Types are much less popular.
Its effects aren’t very useful and, based on your deck, may be impossible to use.
However, its stats more than make up for this. It has a very high Attack, which makes it hard to kill.
20. Quintet Magician
Let’s start with something strong but hard to Summon.
If you do this against a Spellcaster deck, however, your opponent will have a hard time getting back from it.
To Fusion Summon Quintet Magician, you need 5 Spellcasters. It has a ridiculous 4500 ATK/4500 DEF, and if the names of the Spellcasters are different, you can also destroy every card your opponent controls.
This is also a rare card that can’t be used to pay tribute.
So even a Kaiju can’t help your opponent fight back.
This card is at the top of our list because, as powerful as it is, you’re not likely to be able to use it.
19. Diplexer Chimera
Cyberse monsters are very common and are often very scary.
This is a good target for Super Polymerization if you need to get rid of Cyberse in a specific way.
To Fusion Summon the Diplexer Chimera, you need to use 2 Cyberse monsters. It has 2000 ATK and 800 DEF.
You can shut down Spells and Traps in the fight phase by giving up a Cyberse monster. This is useful. But if you don’t have your own Cyberse deck, this card doesn’t do much for you.
It’s still a great way to mess up your opponent’s plans and get rid of two of their monsters.
18. Prank-Kids Weather Washer
In competition Yu-Gi-Oh!, Prank-Kids have been making a lot of noise lately.
Even though their art is cute, they are a pain to deal with.
This is the card you need if you’re playing against Prank-Kids and want to soak up their monsters.
To Fusion Summon a Prank-Kids Weather Washer, you need 2 Prank-Kids, and it has a small 2000 ATK/0 DEF.
And if it strikes, your opponent can’t do anything to stop it.
If you don’t use Prank-Kids yourself, you won’t get much use out of this card’s Tribute effect.
But this card makes the list because it lets you get rid of two of your opponent’s monsters to set up a counterattack.
17. Panzer Dragon
At the time this was written, Dragon Link was destroying Yu-Gi-Oh! And it’s a strong and flexible plan.
There are a few cards that are good targets for Super Polymerization against it, though.
To Fusion Summon the Panzer Dragon, you need 1 Machine and 1 Dragon. It has 1000 ATK and 2600 DEF.
Many other cards on this list have better stats than these.
But if you can take a monster or two from your opponent, you can mess up their plans.
For extra value, you can also target and destroy a card on the field when this monster is killed.
16. Vision HERO Adoration
Heroes have been a fan choice since the beginning, and few other decks will ever be as popular as Heroes.
Put this card in your Extra Deck if you want to be the bad guy.
Vision HERO Adoration needs 2 HERO monsters and has a strong 2800 ATK/2100 DEF.
The impact of this monster isn’t very useful unless you also use a HERO deck.
But sometimes all it takes is getting rid of two of your opponent’s monsters in exchange for a Boss Monster.
15. World Chalice Guardragon Armaduke
Seeing your opponent fill up their board with Link monsters can be a little scary.
We’re glad we made this list for you. Now you know the best way to fight back.
To Fusion Summon a World Chalice Guardragon Armaduke, you need to use 3 Link monsters.
So just calling this creature into play will cause a big problem for your opponent.
This monster has 3000 ATK and 2600 DEF, and it can attack all of your opponent’s monsters once each.
If you know your opponent’s deck has a lot of Link cards, this card is a disaster.
14. First of the Dragons
You can use this Super Poly target as a strong answer to decks that like to use Normal monsters or even tokens.
First of the Dragons needs 2 Normal monsters (many tokens are also “Normal”) as materials.
It has good numbers, with 2700 ATK and 2000 DEF.
This monster can’t be killed in battle either, unless it’s fighting a Normal monster.
If that wasn’t enough, other monster effects have no effect on First of the Dragons.
So if your opponent doesn’t have any Spells or Traps, this card won’t do anything.
13. Dragonecro Nethersoul Dragon
Duelist, are the dead getting you down?
Well, if you’re having trouble with Zombie decks (like Eldlich), this is a powerful way to deal with them!
Dragonecro Nethersoul Dragon needs 2 Zombie monsters to summon. It has 3000 ATK and 0 DEF as its stats.
This monster, too, can’t kill other monsters in fight, which is strange… but it can be very painful.
And when it does that, it makes the ATK of your opponent’s monster equal to 0.
You can then Special Summon a ‘Dark Soul Token’ with the same stats as the monster you just attacked.
There’s nothing better than turning your opponent’s monsters against them.
12. Earth Golem @Ignister
If you think you might face a Cyberse deck, this monster is an excellent choice.
Earth Golem @Ignister needs 1 Cyberse and 1 Link monster to call. It has 2300ATK and 2000DEF, and you don’t take any damage on the turn you summon it.
During the battle part, this monster is also very dangerous.
It gets more ATK if it fights a monster from the Extra Deck, so it can beat some of the scariest monsters in the game.
You can also Special Summon a Cyberse monster from your Graveyard if it was killed in battle.
Even with all this power, the Salamangreat deck is the most common Cyberse deck right now.
And if you want to go against that, you need the next card on this list…
11. Salamangreat Violet Chimera
Salamangreat has been a favorite among fans for a long time.
And if your opponent plays Salamangreat, or if you play it yourself, this is the best thing that could happen.
The Salamangreat Violet Chimera can be Fusion Summoned with just a Salamangreat monster and a Link monster. It has a good 2800 ATK and 2000 DEF.
It also gets ATK on the turn it is called, based on what was used to summon it.
So this monster can hit very hard from the very first turn!
You can also make Violet Chimera’s ATK double when it fights something whose original ATK has been changed.
Some Salamangreats also have special effects if they are used to make another copy of themselves (they have a field spell that helps with this), and Violet Chimera’s effect makes any monster it fights have an attack value of 0!
10. Eldlich The Mad Golden Lord
Some of the best ways to fight back are cards from their own type (I’m looking at you, Cyber Dragons!
This is especially true when it comes to Eldlich builds.
Eldlich To Fusion Summon the Mad Golden Lord, you need 1 Eldlich and an LVL5 or higher Zombie. It has a huge 3800 ATK/3500 DEF.
These numbers are out of this world. On top of that, this Monster can’t be killed by battle or card effects.
But you won’t really use this card’s other benefits unless you’re also using Zombies. But 3800 ATK should be enough even without them!
9. Coordius the Triphasic Dealmon
To use this monster’s powers, you must spend up to 6000 Life Points…
But sometimes you have to give Life Points in order to get them back.
To Fusion Summon Coordius the Triphasic Dealmon, you need 1 Synchro monster, 1 Link monster, and 1 XYZ monster. It has 3000 ATK and 3000 DEF.
The numbers themselves are scary enough.
But for 2000LP, you can also use each of its benefits.
You can remove your opponent’s cards, bring Spell/Trap cards back from the Graveyard, and get enough extra ATK to destroy anything with these effects.
Using this card is risky. But it is so strong that it definitely belongs on this list.
8. Invoked Elysium
Invoked cards are very common because they can be used with so many different decks.
This one is on the list because it is so powerful. As long as you have a monster that has been “Invoked,” any monster from your Extra Deck becomes a “Super Poly Target.”
With 3200 ATK and 4000 DEF, Invoked Elysium is a powerhouse that can easily beat most monsters in the game.
Its quick result is even harder to deal with because you can banish an invoked monster to banish one of your opponent’s monsters with the same attribute.
Invoked Elysium also has more than one Attribute. So, if it Banishes itself, you can make it take almost anything with it.
7. El Shadoll Construct
Either you or your opponent must be playing Shaddolls for this card to have any value.
But oh boy, this is one dangerous monster. In the past, it was even banned.
This thing has 2800 ATK and 2500 DEF.
But those numbers don’t really mean anything because when this monster fights a Special Summoned monster, it destroys it right away.
It’s really that easy.
This card can’t be beat in battle, and unless your opponent has a way to stop it, El Shadoll Construct can’t be stopped.
6. El Shaddoll Winda
Sometimes the best way to win is to stop your opponent from playing at all.
El Shaddoll Winda is the place to go if that sounds like fun.
To Special Summon this card, you or your opponent must have Shaddolls in play, as it needs one of them and one DARK Monster.
This monster has base numbers of 2200 ATK and 800 DEF, but the best thing about it is that both players can only Special Summon once per turn.
So many decks depend on combos to reach their win conditions.
If you play this early, your opponent can only use one Special Summon to fight back.
5. Starving Venom Fusion Dragon
It’s always fun to steal your opponent’s monsters.
But if you can’t do that, it’s almost as good to steal their affects.
To Fusion Summon the Starving Venom Fusion Dragon, you need to use 2 DARK monsters. It has 2800 ATK and 2000 DEF.
When this monster is Summoned, it can gain ATK equal to an opponent’s Special Summoned Monster until the end of the turn.
This dragon can also copy the name and effects of another monster, which can give you some fun choices in a battle.
And if that doesn’t work, you can destroy every Special Summoned monster your opponent controls when this card is killed.
4. Predaplant Triphyoverutum
I think dealing with this monster is as much fun as saying its name.
Predaplant Triphyoverutum needs 3 DARK monsters to summon.
It has 3000 ATK and 3000 DEF, and sacrificing 3 of your opponent’s monsters can be enough to win a battle on its own.
There are a few effects on this card, but you probably won’t use the Predator Counter ones.
You can still use the Quick Effect, which lets you stop an Extra Deck Special Summon once per turn.
This is also a cruel result. Because if you just took 3 monsters with Super Polymerization, your opponent might only be able to get back on their feet by going to the Extra Deck.
3. Predaplant Dragostapelia
In Yu-Gi-Oh!, there are a lot of DARK monsters that are played in tournaments.
This is a great way to use that to your benefit and bring out a card that ruins several different plans.
The Predaplant Dragostapelia is a dangerous monster with 2700 ATK/1900 DEF.
And this card has a Quick Effect that lets you put a “Predator Counter” on one of your opponent’s monsters.
This Counter makes the monster LVL1, which completely messes up XYZ and Synchro summons.
It also stops the effects that monster used when it was triggered.
Dragostapelia can turn your opponent’s monsters into bricks if you don’t stop her.
Let’s hope that’s what they were counting on.
2. Borreload Furious Dragon
If you know you’ll be facing Dragon Link and can only bring one Super Poly target, this is the one you should bring.
To Fusion Summon the Borreload Furious Dragon, you need to use 2 DARK Dragons. It has a huge 3000 ATK/2500 DEF.
This should be able to crush most other monsters in fight, but its Quick Effect is the best part.
It lets you destroy one of your own monsters and one of your opponent’s.
If you have enough monsters, you can even use this quick impact every turn to keep your opponent on the defensive until you win.
1. Mudragon Of The Swamp
This card is great because you can use it against a lot of different decks.
And it’s hard to get rid of once it’s on the field.
To fusion summon Mudragon of the Swamp, you need 2 monsters with the same Attributes but different Types.
This means you can play it against a lot of different decks.
This monster has 1900 ATK and 1600 DEF, and monsters on the field with the same attribute as this one can’t be targeted by your opponent.
Which you can also change with a Quick Effect to anything you want.
So instead of giving you a lot of ATK or DEF, this card slows down your opponent.
And sometimes that is much more important.
In a fight, you don’t always know who you’re going up against.
But this is the card you bring if you want to cover all your bases, which is why it stands out from the rest on this list.