Here are the most played cards in Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel, according to an infographic released by Konami:
- Maxx “C”: 94.50%
- Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring: 88.40%
- Kashtira Fenrir: 64.50%
- Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS – Sky Thunder: 61.50%
- Infinite Impermanence: 60%
- Called by the Grave: 59.50%
- Baronne de Fleur: 55.50%
- Crossout Designator: 44.50%
- Kashtira Unicorn: 38.60%
- Spright Elf: 38.20%
As you can see, Maxx “C” is by far the most played card in the game, followed by Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring. These two cards are considered to be the most powerful hand traps in the game, and they can be used to disrupt your opponent’s plays. Kashtira Fenrir is a new card that was introduced in the Selection Pack “Rage of Chaos,” and it has quickly become a popular choice in many decks. Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS – Sky Thunder is a powerful Extra Deck monster that can be used to clear the field of your opponent’s monsters.
The other cards on the list are also all very powerful and versatile cards that can be used in a variety of decks. If you’re looking to build a competitive deck in Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel, then you’ll definitely want to include some of these cards.
As for the most broken card in Master Duel, that’s a matter of opinion. However, many people believe that the Spright archetype is currently the most overpowered deck in the game. Spright monsters are very difficult to destroy, and they can easily swarm the field. They also have access to a number of powerful effects that can disrupt your opponent’s plays.
Of course, the meta is always changing, so it’s possible that another deck will become the most broken in the future. But for now, Spright is definitely the deck to beat.