Blue-Eyes Spirit Dragon | Decks and Ruling

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Blue-Eyes Spirit Dragon

Blue-Eyes Spirit Dragon
Monster TypeDragon
Card typeSynchro / Effect
Card Effect TypeContinuous Effect / Quick Effect
Supports ArchetypesBlue-Eyes
SupportsLIGHT / Dragon / Synchro Monster


1 Tuner + 1 or more non-Tuner "Blue-Eyes" monsters
Neither player can Special Summon 2 or more monsters at the same time. Once per turn, during either player's turn, when an effect of a card in the Graveyard is activated: You can negate the activation. During either player's turn: You can Tribute this Synchro Summoned card; Special Summon 1 LIGHT Dragon-Type Synchro Monster from your Extra Deck in Defense Position, except "Blue-Eyes Spirit Dragon", but destroy it during the End Phase of this turn.

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  • Negates effects activated from the graveyard.
  • Special Summons a LIGHT Dragon monster from your Extra Deck.


  • Costly to summon.
  • Tributes itself to use third effect.
  • Special Summoned monster is destroyed during the End Phase.



Blue-Eyes Spirit Dragon will be easy to summon in a Blue-Eyes deck because of the monsters that act as Blue-Eyes White Dragon and the level-1 Tuners.

Special Summonable Monsters

Here are some of the monsters you can Special Summon when you tribute Blue-Eyes Spirit Dragon. Monsters like Azure-Eyes Silver Dragon and Stardust Spark Dragon with self protection effects will allow them to survive past the End Phase.


Blue-Eyes Synchro Deck



ActionsTributes itself for cost / Destroys your Monster Cards
Monster/Spell/Trap categoriesNegates the activation of Effect Monster's effect / Negates the activation of Spell Cards / Negates the activation of Trap Cards / Destroys your opponent's Monster Cards
Summoning categoriesPrevents Special Summons / Special Summons from your Extra Deck


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I don't see any point in this card as it will ss azure eyes, or spark stardust, but they are level 9 too, so why not just synchrp summon those first and don't bother with spirit?
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
So far People who summoned Spirit against me instead of Azure Eyes lost because of Spirit. I don't see how Spirit can be worth the gems it costs.
I spent a lot of gems to get it but didn't get a single one, and in every game I play I don't see where Spirit could have helped me.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
I'm guessing it is to stop shiranui. I definitely wouldn't use this except for some kinda anti graveyard tech. Azure eyes is better overall.
<< Anonymous
AdiZen Reply
That monster is too good what you all talking about.
His effect of summoning a synchro for free is so overpowered because its a quick effect.
Karma cut can easily be dodged by his effect. Hes useful as a bridge that stalls your opponents plays and thats a huge nuisance.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Tbh in all of the Blue Eyes cards, Spirit is the one I feared the most. Because it messes up with my graveyard play and make me waste resources just make it go away and replace itself with another strong synchro monster.
My favorite Synchro!
This card cannot negate Neos Fusion during the damage step. Why can Dark Cavalry which also doesn't affect stats negate during damage step?
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
I think for Spirit Dragon you meant:
"can only negate the activation of a card's EFFECT while Dark Cavalry can negate CARD + EFFECT".

To be frank I don't really get the difference between the activation of a CARD or EFFECT even when reading it on the ruling website and all.

Can someone explain the difference between both for total beginners?
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Battlelord and divine wrath against kiteroid

Battlelord would make kiteroid unable to activated in the first place. You cant even send kiteroid to the GY after battlelord effect take place.

On the other hand, divine wrath will only negate kiteroid after you send kiteroid to GY ( which mean it stop right after you pay the cost ).
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Awesome. I finally understood it.

They should write the ruling that way for beginners to understand.

So, Neos's fusion says "you can banish this card from your GY instead." but doesn't exactly talk about an effect like "negate the destruction". So no after-cost-effect to negate.

Neos Fusion looks more Imba the older it gets.

Thanks man.
How can it summon those Ultimate Dragons again? It says "LIGHT Dragon-Type Synchro Monster" not Fusions.
<< Anonymous(Qbig)
Anonymous Reply
It is a very hard to obtain p2w card. What did you expect.

Read the BE Spirit card description again, then the ultimate D. Pay attention, and all shall be revealed.
<< Anonymous(Qbig)
Anonymous Reply
Don't listen to that troll above. It's a mistake on this site. You cannot summon the Ultimate Dragons.
<< Anonymous(Qbig)
Anonymous Reply
It can't. He's really only meant to summon azure eyes which negates the destruction effect. But I don't see why you wouldn't summon azure eyes before anyways with the synchro and this guy first unless you really want that negate double summons effect.
Hei...why the opponent have been summon more than twice at the same time with this card at the field? Anyone tell me please? I cannot negate with the first effect
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Okay, thanks for explain...but i can't accept that, navigation make special summon 1 then 2. I just don't understand bro with effect "neither players can ....". And for blackwing, that was happening special summon more than 2.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Navigation says "Special Summon....then, Special Summon....".

The "then" there means it's two separate Special Summon, each summoning only 1 monster.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
And what was the Blackwing card that special summons 2+ monsters?
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
The key of spirit dragon is that it only prevents effects that special summon at least 2 monsters at the SAME time which is not very common in duel links
It would be awesome if DSOD Kaiba has a line with this Synchro monster
<< Anonymous(nope)
Anonymous Reply
So far, in most replay I watched (where Spirit Dragon was used against another deck) the Blue eyes deck loosed.

Makes me wonder why I'm going through the new box.

Only about 20 packs remaining and I still didn't get him and another SR.

Anyway, BE was supposed to be all about trading their effects for big stats.
Today BE cards are outclassed on both the effect and stats departement.
<< Anonymous
Nice(six) Reply
she doesn't have a line with it because she never summon it in Anime nor appear in Manga.
heck, Synchro summon doesn't exist during first season of YuGiOh
<< Anonymous(Nice(six))
Anonymous Reply
> "she"
<< Anonymous(Nice(six))
Anonymous Reply
It looks like a metaphis version of blue eyes white dragon
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
According to some people, there is currently a bug with Blue-Eyes Spirit Dragon.

Anyone knows what this bug is about ?
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
It doesn't prompt you to use her effect when you have your toggle set to Enanled this bug occurs only on PvE
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Ok. Thanks for your reply.
<< Anonymous(merapsco)
Anonymous Reply
honestly what does it even matter
truck guys do it all the time
I know this card can ss stardust spark, but the real question is, if the spark use the effects after that, is it still gets destroyed or not?
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
if Spark targets itself with its effect then it should not be destroyed.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
The issue is that Spark negates destruction only once if I'm not wrong.
If your opponent destroys it by battle during the same turn it's over for him.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
Stardust Spark's effect isn't only once.
<< Anonymous
Anonymous Reply
it only protects once on the turn it's used.
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