1 "Buster Blader" + 1 Dragon-Type monster Must be Fusion Summoned and cannot be Special Summoned by other ways. This card cannot attack directly. This card gains 1000 ATK and DEF for each Dragon-Type monster your opponent controls or is in their Graveyard. Change all Dragon-Type monsters your opponent controls to Defense Position, also Dragon-Type monsters in your opponent's possession cannot activate their effects. If this card attacks a Defense Position monster, inflict piercing battle damage to your opponent.
Good attack and defense, and can be increased higher if your opponent uses Dragon-type monsters.
Very strong against Dragon decks since it will negate their effects, and switches them to defense position.
Deals piercing damage when attacking defense position monsters.
Fusion summoning this card can be easy if you use fusion substitute monster, since you can use any other dragon type monster as the other material.
Can't attack directly.
If you are using a dragon deck, and your opponent takes control of this card (through cards like Enemy Controller), it can potentially one shot you if you don't have any protection.
If your opponent does not use any Dragon-type monsters, it is just a high attack monster that can pierce defense position monsters, but can't attack directly.
Without needing to bring Buster Blader, you can use any Dragon-type monsters to fuse into the Dragon Destroyer. This can make it more versatile and much easier to summon. Red-Eyes B. Dragon now can be used to fusion summon into 3 different monsters, which can make it versatile, especially since Red-Eyes has its own supports as well.
Cannon and Claw wouldn't be able to activate their discard effect, meaning if this card is up on the field turn 1, Zane cannot get the dragons into the graveyard so they can be equipped, and cannot search Inferno either.
Yes, Cannon and Claw couldn't activate the effects, this is a good observation. But we all know that being able to summon this card on turn 1 is not that easy as it depends on luck. But this is a good card overall.
played against a Seto running dragons, who started his turn owning the field with a 3k dragon and another 4* dragon vs my 1 dragon. He summons darkflare dragon, uses his effect to drop Kidmodo to his graveyard, and summons a Blue eyes...so 3 high atk dragons..but can't attack that turn.
I have 1 card in my hand (buster bladder), my next draw is Poly...game over. The dragon destroyer arrived on field with over 7k attack..
Cuz it's a continuous effect. Divine Wrath can only negate effects at the point of activation. Continuous effects just happen automatically without activation. Activation would be Dark Paladin's effect that negates spell cards.
More than likely because the fusion sub has a specific card they're subbing for (buster blader) when you have a dragon in your hand whereas having bb in your hand, the sub monster has no specific card to sub for this not becoming a dragon type
the other person already replied with the correct answer. You can't use fusion substitutes to substitute for non-specific materials. So you can't substitute for "1 Dragon type monster" you can only sub for "Buster Blader."
This card is very easy to counter. Just use the card a tribute to be doomed or man eater bug or exploded dragon. If u have enemy controller, bring it to your side of the field and use it as a tribute to summon your monster