Japanflag Japanese: ジャイアント (Jaianto)
Released In: DM-03 Master of Destruction
DM-03 Rampage of the Super Warriors
Civilization(s): Nature
Japanese Wiki: 1540
Category for Giant.

Giant is a race of creature in the Nature Civilization.


Giant creatures feature 超人 (Chōjin) as Kanji meaning "Superman" in their card names, with ジャイアント (Jaianto) written above it in katakana meaning "Giant".

Evolution creatures with the Samurai race have 大神秘 (Daishinpi) meaning "the Great Engima" in their names.

Evolution Creatures without the Samurai race have 大宇宙 (Daiuchū) meaning "the Great Expanse" in their names.

Giants in Episode 2 are named after food.


With three eyes, enormous muscles, horns on their shoulders, and a humanlike posture, they have evolved into powerful creatures that flourish in the harsh environment. Their tough skin, like a suit of armor, protects during enemy attacks. Immense upper and lower body strength allows them to withstand the dense gravity. For the most part, Giants are simple-minded and gentle. However, when disturbed, all three eyes will open wide, and Giants can become ferocious and brutal.

The Giants first appeared in DM-03 where they rose up to protect the Fiona Woods when the Darkness forces had went near the innermost part of the forest.

While they are extinct in the Phoenix Saga, Stratosphere Giant is known to exist at that time due to a lack of enemies. It might had been died of old age in the God Apex Saga.

In the Sengoku Saga, most Giants are also Samurais. However, some are Knights or Shinobi.

In Episode 2, the Giants were converted by the Unknowns and their design are usually related to eating food. They later awoke to the power of emotions and fought with the Golden Age resistance force.


Most Giants released early in the game often have certain drawbacks in order to complement their high power and low cost, such as Nocturnal Giant's inability to attack creatures or Headlong Giant's requirement to discard a card while attacking. This tradition has ended with Bodacious Giant in DM-10. However, as the game's Power Creep started, appropriately costed Giant creatures had started to appear.

There were no Giants printed in the Reincarnation Saga as well as the Phoenix Saga, with the latter being where most old races became extinct until the Gods revived them.


Support Creature: Card Effect:
Kirino Giant ■ You may have your Giants cost up to 2 less to summon. They can't cost less than 1.
Saver: Giant (Whenever one of your Giants would be destroyed, you may destroy this creature instead.)
Saigou Giant ■ Your Giants must be blocked if able. Whenever one of your Giants wins a battle during your turn, break one of your opponent's shields.
Tornado Moon, the Enlightened ■ Whenever one of your Giants becomes blocked, that Giant breaks 2 of your opponent's shields
Vilem Arc, the Brute Dragon ■ When you put this creature into the battle zone, search your deck. You may take up to 1 Dragon, 1 Giant, and 1 Samurai creature from it, show them to your opponent, and put them into your hand. Then shuffle your deck.
Elegant Antoinette ■ Your Giants cost up to 3 less to summon. They can't cost 0 or less. When you put a Giant into the battle zone, put this creature into your mana zone.

Creatures that evolve from Giants:

Evolution Creature: Evolves From:
Asura, the Great Enigma 1x Giant.
Hannya, the Great Enigma 1x Giant.
Shinra, the Great Expanse 1x Giant.
Truegiant Dokaben 1x Giant.
Xenon Da Vinci, Master of Space ■ 1x Giant, Dreammate or Origin.
■ Whenever your evolution creatures are destroyed, you may put a non-evolution Giant, Dreammate, or Origin from your mana zone into the battle zone.




Races in the Nature Civilization
Balloon MushroomBeast FolkBeast Folk GoColony BeetleEarth Dragon
Emerald MonsterGaia CommandGiant InsectGiantGransect
Green Command DragonGuerrilla CommandHorned BeastJurassic Command Dragon
MilkboyMystery TotemOutrage WankoSnow FaerieSnow Faerie Kaze
Tree FolkWild VeggiesWonder Trick