When a card or effect is activated that would destroy 2 or more cards you control: Negate the effect, and if you do, destroy that card, then you can Special Summon 1 "Stardust Dragon" from your Extra Deck.
Your opponent won't always have multi-destroying cards for you to negate.
You do not need to have Stardust Dragon in your extra deck to activate this card.
You can use multi-destroying cards of your own for you to negate with Starlight Road. Do this to summon Stadust Dragon. You can even negate the effect of Sacred Phoenix of Nephthys and then destroy it for it to return the next turn.
I guess it's because his effect is a "conditioned" destruction effect. It may destroy 2 or more cards, or it may destroy only 1. And you can't chain a card to the result of dice roll(s).
So its an anti TTH, anti Yubel (Form 2), anti Batteryman boss-monster (Batteryman decks are showing up a bit more), and a few other more rogue decks get gimmick-countered by this card. Interesting, maybe worth running at 1 depending on the situation with the meta after the next few events.
Yes, and I'm sure that you have met every single person in that community to confirm this. Not. Massive stereotyping doesn't make you sound intelligent.
idk, bringing out Stardust Dragon manually usually does the trick just fine vs. Yubel. Plus, correct me if I'm wrong, but since this doesn't *synchro* summon SDD, doesn't that mean it can't return from the graveyard via its own effect?