Famous for its ridiculous amount of powerful effects it has in the anime, with 22 in total. Ranging from being immune to almost all card effects, its effects being unnegateable, allows the user to destroy any card on the field by paying Life Points, can attack any monster that is summoned during the opponent's turn, allow the user to do "point-to-point" transfer by transferring their LP and the card's ATK/DEF back-and-forth as they wished, requires a specific "summoning chant" to be successfully summoned, and much more.
Due to this, when the real life version of the card were released in 2010, it was heavily downgraded to have a handful amount of effects. After more powerful monsters made their debut and the game's power ceiling has been steadily risen over the year, Konami later introduced a large number of support cards to emulate Ra's anime effects.
English name: The Winged Dragon of Ra
Japanese name: The Winged Divine Dragon of Ra