Increase this card's Level by 4 during your opponent's turn only. When this card destroys an opponent's monster by battle and sends it to the Graveyard: You can send 1 Level 7 or 8 Dragon-Type monster from your Deck to the Graveyard. You can send 1 card from your hand to the Graveyard, then target 1 Level 7 or 8 Dragon-Type monster in your Graveyard; send this card to the Graveyard, and if you do, Special Summon that monster. You can only use this effect of "Dragon Knight of Creation" once per turn.
The Red-Eyes support cards can already help make things easier by sending a Red-Eyes from your hand or deck. You can then special summon it right away using Dragon Knight of Creation's effect if you need to.
Making use of it's first effect, it can flip all monsters on the field to face-down. Flipping a monster to face-down position has many effects: Removes a monster's equip, resets their stats back to their original, prevents the use of certain spell/trap cards that require them to be face-up (like Ninjitsu Art of Transformation), and can re-use flip effects. This can help Dragon Knight of Creation destroy your opponent's monster, especially since a lot of monsters have lower defense. It also doesn't even target monsters, making them useful against multiple monsters even if they are untargetable like Hazy Flame monsters.
Since Arkbrave Dragon also has an effect that can help with special summoning a level 7 or 8 Dragon-type monster, you can use Dragon Knight of Creation to special summon Arkbrave to the field, or Dragon Knight of Creation's second effect to send Arkbrave to the graveyard, which will still activate Arkbrave Dragon's effect. If it gets destroyed then it's a set up to let you special summon another level 7 or 8 from the grave to the field. Dragon's Rebirth is also useful since it lets you special summon a Dragon-type monster from hand or grave.
Tyrant Wing helps with the attack increase and can make the equipped monster attack twice, or use it during your opponent's turn to destroy the attacking monster for the second effect on their turn. Stamping Destruction helps with destroying your opponent's back row to attack safely.
Sends from your Deck to your Graveyard / Sends from your hand to your Graveyard / Sends itself from field to Graveyard
If you summon this in your first turn and send felgrand dragon to the GY, you are not able to summon felgrand from graveyard with DKoC's effect for the rest of the DUEL. Even there are multiply monsters in GY for Felgrand Dragon special summon condition(target a monster for attack incerasing).
And also in your next turn ,summon Paladin of felgrand and see you cannot activate paladin's effect(send with another monster to the Gy and revive lvl 7-8 dragon from GY) and still cannot summon felgrand dragon from GY.
And also just like above in your next turn summon paladin with equipped Arkbrave then use Parallel Twister -send Arkbrave to the GY and wait for rival's turn and see Arkbrave CANNOT REVIVE Felgrand Dragon.And also this turn after you use Parallel Twister, try paladin's effect but you will see paladin only revives arkbrave NOT Felgrand Dragon.
Not for only Felgrand dragon it sometimes happens for other lvl7-8 dragons too if they were sent by the effect of DKoC.
But Guardian of felgrand can equip Felgrand Dragon from Gy and if you try somehow you can summon later in duel(Card breaker or Ruins of divine dragon lords or send equipped dragon second time to the Gy and use paladin or guardian effect)
That entire ramble is already pointed out by Felgrand Dragon's text. It needs to have been on the field before it can be Summoned from the Graveyard. Obviously if it's sent from the Deck to the Graveyard, it wasn't on the field. Being an Equip Spell does put it on the field, and thus works.
Put felgrand dragon as equip of paladin of felgrand, uses twister ruins of dragons something (I don't remember the name) and send felgrand dragon to graveyard, so you will be a happy man, if there is no `explode or monster card` on the other side of the field
Blue-Eyes Felgrand decks will be a thing now. I love this card, since it works so well with any dragon decks. Probably won't be used in Red-Eyes though, since Red-Eyes already has Graveyard summoning covered
okay probably not a good idea to leave this card on the feild for long
I want Divine Dragon Lord so badly it hurts. Now, since all the Felgrand monsters that haven't been released will be in the next structure deck except for The Divine Dragon Lord, given it's status and strength it'll probably be the cover UR for an upcoming Main Box and said box will also probably include Gospel of Revival (or Return of the Dragon Lords) to further buff the Felgrand Archetype.