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"Herald of Ultimateness"
  • 宣告者デクレアラー
  • 宣告者 (base)
  • デクレアラー (ruby)
  • Dekurearā (romanized)
  • Declarer (translated)
  • 宣告者
  • Xuāngàozhě (pinyin)
  • Syn1 gou3 ze2 (jyutping)
  • Proclaimer (translated)
  • Héraut
  • Herold
  • Araldo
  • 디클레어러
  • Dikeulleeoreo (romanized)
  • Declarer (translated)
  • Arauto
  • Heraldo
TCG Sets
OCG Sets
Manga appearances

"Herald", known as "Declarer" in the Japanese and Korean version, is a series of LIGHT Fairy monsters used by Tsukiko Kuroda in the Yu-Gi-Oh! OCG Structures manga.

Three of the "Heralds" are Level 2 Effect Monsters with 300 ATK and 500 DEF, each named after a different secondary color. The effect of each "Herald" focuses on negating a particular card effect (Monster, Spell, or Trap). In order to activate the effects of a colored "Herald", the monsters must be sent to the Graveyard from the hand, along with another Fairy monster. "Herald of Perfection" a Level 6 Ritual Monster, is the combination of all the effects of "Heralds" with a highly improved effect that can be activated by using a single Fairy for its cost. Newer additions to the series include "Herald of Ultimateness", "Herald of the Arc Light", "Herald of Pure Light", and "Herald of Mirage Lights".

"Herald of Green Light" appears as a character in World Championship 2010, and "Herald of Perfection" appears in World Championship 2011.

Playing style[edit]

"Heralds" mainly focus on sending themselves and a Fairy monster to the Graveyard to negate an activation of an opponent's Spell, Trap or monster effect. "Herald of Perfection" allows you to send only 1 Fairy monster to negate all types of activation except for a Counter Trap Card.

"Zaborg the Mega Monarch" can be used to send "Elder Entity N'tss" and "Herald of the Arc Light" from the Extra Deck to the GY and trigger their effects.


Cards that prevent Special Summoning will also keep "Herald" out of play, so "Vanity's Fiend" and "Vanity's Ruler" can shut down the "Herald" Duelist's plans. Better yet, "Cursed Seal of the Forbidden Spell" can shut out Ritual Summons permanently. If you negate "Advanced Ritual Art" or "Dawn of the Herald" once, your opponent won't be able to play them again. Cards that banish can also permanently shut down the effect of "Herald of Perfection".