Level reward card is what you can obtain by leveling up characters, including gems, cards, skills, extra deck slots. Which cards and skills you acquire is different according to which character you get to level up.
A table below describes what sorts of reward and how many of each you can get by leveling up a character to 35 (current max level).
|Reward type||Obtainable quantity|
|Extra deck slot||3|
What are the best Level-Up Reward Cards and what characters should I level up first?
These are fair questions considering how much time it can take to max out certain characters, so in this guide I will list the best Level-Up Reward Cards and explain why, in my opinion, you should give them priority.
Let’s set up a few rules first:
With so many characters now available, it can be difficult keeping track of them and knowing which ones to get and what cards to aim for, while also considering if they're still effective in the meta. Here are some things to help you get started:
Windstorm of Etaqua is a decent Trap Card that allows you to change the Battle Position of all monsters your opponent controls, it can prevent an OTK and it’s a pretty cheap alternative to other Battle Traps.
Curse of Anubis is another cheap alternative to expensive Battle Traps and it’s not a bad card for a beginner as it’s able lock all Effect Monsters on the field in Defense Position, lower their DEF to 0 and prevent them from changing their Battle Position for the rest of the turn.
While the fact that Curse of Anubis does not affect Normal Monsters is definitely a downside, it’s not as easy to play around as Windstorm of Etaqua.
Jinzo - Jector
|DARK Machine ★4|
ATK 800 / DEF 2000
|Espa Roba Lvl 45 [UR]|
|Advised for: Jinzo Deck|
|This card's name becomes "Jinzo" while on the field or in the Graveyard. You can Tribute this card; add 1 "Jinzo" monster from your Deck to your hand, except "Jinzo - Jector", then reveal all Set cards in your opponent's Spell & Trap Zones, and if there are Trap Cards among them, you can Special Summon "Jinzo" monsters from your hand, up to the number of Trap Cards revealed. You can only use this effect of "Jinzo - Jector" once per turn.|
Jinzo Jector can be Tributed to add a copy of Jinzo to your hand and then, if your opponent has any face-down Trap Cards, it also allows you to Special Summon the Level 6 Machine-Type monster.
|EARTH Machine ★1|
ATK 100 / DEF 100
|Leo Lvl 30 [UR]|
|Advised for: Morphtronic Deck|
|Cannot be Normal Summoned/Set. Must first be Special Summoned (from your hand) by banishing 1 "Morphtronic" monster from your Graveyard.● While in Attack Position: Once per turn: You can roll a six-sided die, excavate that many cards from the top of your Deck, add 1 excavated "Morphtronic" card to your hand, also shuffle the rest back into the Deck.● While in Defense Position: Once per turn: You can roll a six-sided die, look at that many cards from the top of your Deck, then place all of them on either the top or the bottom of the Deck in any order.|
Morphtronic Smartfon is a Level 1 Tuner that works very well in Morphtronic decks. With its Attack Position Effect, Smartfon gives you the chance to add a “Morphtronic” card to your hand, which works very well with Morphtronic Accelerator, whereas its Defense Position Effect allows you to set up your next turns.
|DARK Warrior ★2|
ATK 600 / DEF 600
|Tetsu Trudge Lvl 7 & 14 [R]|
|Advised for: X - Saber Deck|
|This card cannot be used as a Synchro Material Monster, except for the Synchro Summon of a Warrior-Type Synchro Monster. If the Synchro Monster that used this card as a Synchro Material Monster attacks, your opponent cannot activate Trap Cards until the end of the Damage Step.|
This Level 2 Warrior-Type Tuner that prevents your opponent from activating Trap Cards until the end of the Damage Step if the Synchro Monster it was used to Synchro Summon declares an attack. Torapart can unfortunately be used as Material to Summon only Warrior-Type monsters and it doesn’t do anything to advance your play or to make it easier to Synchro Summon.
Majesty with Eyes of Blue
|Seto Kaiba [SR]|
|Advised for: Blue-Eyes Deck|
|Send 1 "Blue-Eyes" monster from your hand or Deck to the Graveyard, then target 1 face-up monster on the field; while that monster is face-up on the field, it cannot attack. You can only activate 1 Majesty with Eyes of Blue" per turn.|
This Quick-Play Spell can be used to prevent an opponent’s monster from attacking and, because of its activation cost, it also has great synergy with Silver's Cry.
Unknown Synchron is a Level 1 Tuner that can fit in pretty much any deck because its effect allows you Special Summon it from your hand once per Duel as long as your opponent controls a monster while you don’t.
To level up faster, you can make an Auto-Duel Deck that can work against the Standard Duelists that you can find in Duel World. You can also purchase Duel Orbs to instantly refresh Standard Duelists without having to wait for them to spawn again.
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Face the Vagabond to gain more experience! You can also add other players as friends and send each other challenges. Activate the Result Booster before facing the Vagabond to make the most out of the Duel, even if you end up losing.
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