This card cannot be Normal Summoned or Set. This card cannot be Special Summoned except by Tributing 1 "Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon" you control. This card gains 300 ATK for each Dragon-Type monster in your Graveyard. You can negate the effects of Spells, Traps, and Effect Monsters that target this card.
Instead of getting Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon through fusion, you can use Cyber-Stein's effect to special summon it. Increase your LP to more than 5000 to use Cyber-Stein's effect when you have Shining Dragon in your hand.
An alternative method to special summon Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon instead of fusion summoning. Flip summon Summoner when you have another monster on your side of the field, and when you have Shining Dragon in your hand.
Negates the effects of Effect Monsters / Negates the effects of Spell Cards / Negates the effects of Trap Cards
Cannot Normal Summon / Cannot Set / Nomi / Special Summons itself from your hand
From the wiki: "This card bypasses the usual pitfalls of costs and destruction effects. It essentially has two effects. The first targets your monster when its activated. The second--which only activates after your oppoent is done chaining (if they bothered)--tributes your monster and targets/destroys an opponent's. So, your opponent can't use effects like Prime Material Dragon or..."
"...Stardust Dragon (since nothing will be destroyed immediately). And, if your opponent negates this card, you don't tribute. However, keep in mind that continuous effects still apply. (I.E. You can't target a dragon with Lord of D. on the field.)"
If they released this card, why didn't they release Red-Eyes Darkness Dragon aswell for Joey? It's literally the Red-Eyes counterpart to this card except better in the speed duels format cause it doesn't require a damn fusion monster to special summon it.
They fuck up Joey rewards, it looks like they prefer the Warrior cards for Joey than other cards like Kunai with Chain or Red-Eyes improvement cards (altough the Red-Eyes deck is stronger now with Red-Eyes Wyvern). I think that Joey is totally underrated in this game, and Super Joey proved what a strong Red-Eyes deck can be.