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Stardust Dragon

Stardust Dragon
AttributeWIND
Monster TypeDragon
Card typeSynchro / Effect
Card Effect TypeQuick Effect / Trigger Effect
Level★8
Passcode44508094
ATK2500
DEF2000

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1 Tuner + 1 or more non-Tuner monsters
During either player's turn, when a card or effect is activated that would destroy a card(s) on the field: You can Tribute this card; negate the activation, and if you do, destroy it. During the End Phase, if this effect was activated this turn (and was not negated): You can Special Summon this card from your Graveyard.

How to Get

PackStardust Acceleration [UR]
Level-up reward--
Victory against--
Card trader--
Other--

Evaluation

RatingA-

Pros

  • Negates destruction effects.
  • Good stats.

Cons

  • Temporarily removes himself from the field to activate negation effect.
  • Can only negate cards that specifically say destroy.

Tips

Remove Negative Effects

Temporarily removing Stardust Dragon from the field and then reviving him during the End Phase removes all bad effects currently attached to him. Negative equip cards like Mask of the Accursed and debuffs from cards like Wall of Disruption will be disregarded when Stardust Dragon returns to the field.

Stardust Support

Stardust Shimmer can revive any Dragon-type Synchro monster by banishing monsters from the graveyard to match the revived monster's level. Stardust Flash is similar to Red-Eyes Spirit but for Stardust Dragon. Use these cards to revive Stardust Dragon in your graveyard.
Stardust Re-Spark can be used to save you when you are about to lose by direct attack from your opponent's special summoned monster. Special summon Stardust Dragon from your extra deck to block the attack or completely stop the opponent's attack because their monster is weaker than Stardust Dragon.
Shooting Star can be used as one for one removal to destroy any card on your opponent's field so long as you control a Stardust monster.

Alternate Forms

Here are some upgraded versions of Stardust Dragon which require him and a specific support card to summon a more powerful version of himself. There are also skills that support the summoning of these upgraded forms that work with decks specifically made to bring them out.

[Skill] descriptionUser
Assault Exchange
Shuffle 1 "/Assault Mode" card from your hand into the Deck. Add 1 "Assault Mode Activate" from your deck to your hand, This skill can be used once per turn.
Yusei Fudo
Yusei Fudo
Majestic Light
Shuffle 1 Tuner monster from your hand into your deck to summon Majestic Dragon from your deck. This skill can be used once per turn.
Yusei Fudo
Yusei Fudo

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Anonymous 5days ago
Probably the only good counter to Yubel right now outside of Amazons. Guess this means Yusei wins for having the most useful ace card in Duel links so far.
<< Anonymous
AB24 4days ago Reply
You can counter Yubel with the debunk trap card. Only obtainable from the card trader.
7wentythree
Pls limite this card to 0
Because its counter a tier 3 deck (yubel) 100%
and all player have this card
<< Anonymous(7wentythree)
Frustration Reply
Run better backrow
<< Anonymous(7wentythree)
Anonymous Reply
lol noob yubel?
<< Anonymous(7wentythree)
Anonymous Reply
Very sure the OP is being sarcastic.
<< Anonymous(7wentythree)
Anonymous 5days ago Reply
Lol, someone needs a reality check
handbrake
I guess it´s pretty easy to spot a terrible player from a mile lol

• First they try to convince you this game is expensive, just to go away with the fact they never win. And as soon as a non-expensive deck is released, those very same folks start hating that new deck ( Amazoness, Fur Hires or Sylvans back in the day ).

• That´s why a terrible players actually never win, because they are always trying too hard to get that win and keep venting rage all over the site, pretending to have the right to tell everyone what to buy and what not no buy.

• Good players always pick decks that they enjoy playing, if you like synchro monsters or blue eyes archtypes, just go for them, what´s the problem?, you don´t even need the top tier decks to reach KoG, that´s a false assumption created by the worst players that ever existed.
<< Anonymous(handbrake)
Anonymous Reply
Respect
<< Anonymous(handbrake)
Fisherman Reply
Dude this EXACTLY i built an amazon deck pre-recent nerf for my main, but i built other decks for the fun of it I reached platinum with some average decks and guess what??? I didnt pay anything I just grinded my way through everything and got creative, are there cards that need to be nerfed yes definitely but dont just rely on that and stop crying over money its not new good decks are expensive.
<< Anonymous(handbrake)
Anyone Reply
I agree I get alot of hate for my blue eyes and its not even my main deck
<< Anonymous(handbrake)
Anonymous 5days ago Reply
Thank you for this. My faith in this community is now somewhat restored.
Mikyboy4
Stardust can actually be detroyed by super rush headlong...
<< Anonymous(Mikyboy4)
Anonymous Reply
Most likely because the destruction is not immediate. SRH's effect lingers on the monster it is applied on, after SRH itself resolve, the effect simply remains until the end of the turn, it doesn't actually "activate".
<< Anonymous(Mikyboy4)
Anonymous Reply
learn english it's destroyed
<< Anonymous(Mikyboy4)
Anonymous Reply
and no shit super rush does it even to God cards
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 13days ago Reply
he clearly did a typo on its part, you twat
Anonymous
DUDE the only thing I dislike about this game is the fact that they are some CREEPY-ASS MOFOS always blabbering about money in this site. WTF, it's a card game not a forum related to the stock market lmaaaaaaaaaoooooo dude.
On the other hand, you never run out of gems in this game, so what the f*** bro lol
<< Anonymous
Anonymous. Reply
"On the other hand, you never run out of gems in this game, so what the f*** bro lol"
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wtf??
try spending all your gems and see how long it takes to accumulate it all back you moron.
<< Anonymous(Anonymous.)
Anonymous 13days ago Reply
P2W players triumph over F2P players hierarchy
<< Anonymous
yuya 13days ago Reply
Be careful on what you say about f2p players.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous 13days ago Reply
Op did 9/11
Anonymous
Why. Just why. It's the ace card of a character. They always come with one copy of their ace card. But they put it behind a box. A large box. And it's not a SR, but a goddamn UR. In a large box.

Why.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
His skill that he starts the game with gives you one as well as a tuner monster in your deck for free
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
1 word- profit
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
one thing to say i got a second one on opening the first ten packs lmao
Anonymous
Wth Stardust did not Special Summon back to the field when Thousand Knives was used on it!
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
1. Did you negate Thousand Knives with Stardust's effect? If so, then:
2. Was Stardust summoned with Re-Spark or Starlight Road? If so, then check out the Semi-Nomi rule.
Anonymous
yubels deck is the reason i love this card, i hate that ugly deck so bad. i hate it almost as much as blue eyes decks. i like seeing variety :(
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Same here I like seeing decks that don’t have the main 3 WOD, TTH, ECON
Anonymous
I dont even care if shooting quasar is unsummonable i still need it tbh
Anonymous
This card is the most "used" card in the recently ended KC Cup.

That means a lot of people bring a Tuner in their Deck and Stardust Dragon in their Extra Deck, just to prepare for potential threats, mainly Yubel decks.
Anonymous
I just learned that Yusei calls out all signer Dragon's name + Power Tool, when he summons them.

I wonder if Jack will call out Stardust with a different summon chant like their (Jack vs Yusei) first battle in the stadium
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
It's possible, Akiza does it for Stardust too since she used it in the Anime once
Synchro Shoukan !
Playing 2 stardust dragons is a good option since Yubel is becoming quite popular.
<< Anonymous(Synchro Shoukan !)
Anonymous Reply
dude I was playing just one and got downgraded from legend 3 to 2 because of Yubel -_- lolz, anyway, yeah... I think playing 2 stardust can help against her.

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