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Stardust Dragon

Updated on March 9, 2014

Stardust Dragon

Stardust Dragon is the first Synchro Monster in Yugioh History, and is on the front cover of the first Yugioh pack that had Synchro Monsters, TDGS (Duelist Genesis). Stardust Dragon is a rare card that has a nasty effect, and there are different kinds of Stardust Dragons. I want to share all of these forms with you and show you how valuable Stardust Dragon would be for any Extra Deck.

Stardust Dragon's Effect

Stardust Dragon has a great effect that can be used to protect card(s) on your side of the field. You can negate the effect of any card that destroys a card(s) on the field and destroy it (Trap Hole used on a monster with over 1000 ATK, you can use Stardust Dragon's effect to negate and destroy Trap Hole). However, if you use this effect, you must Tribute Stardust Dragon, but don't worry because Stardust Dragon will come back to your side of the field during the End Phase.

ATK/DEF and More Stats on Stardust Dragon

Stardust Dragon:

Level 8 Monster

Effect Monster

Synchro Monster

WIND Monster

Dragon-Type Monster

2500 ATK

2000 DEF

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Fast Facts About Stardust Dragon

Stardust Dragon was the first Synchro Monster ever introduced in a booster pack and was on the front cover of Duelist Genesis (TDGS). Ever since, Stardust Dragon has evolved to one of the most wanted Synchro Monsters in history. There are many different forms of Stardust Dragon that were created throughout the 5D's era to keep the desire for a Stardust Dragon alive.

Majestic Star Dragon

Majestic Star Dragon is a Level 10 Synchro Monster with 3800 ATK and 3000 DEF. You can only Synchro Summon this card by using Stardust Dragon, Majestic Dragon, and 1 Level 1 non-tuner. Majestic Star Dragon can destroy all cards on your opponent's side of the field by Tributing this card to negate the effect of 1 of your opponent's cards. Also, once per turn, you can negate the effect of 1 face-up monster on your opponent's side of the field until the End Phase. If that monster's effect can still be activated, then Majestic Star Dragon gains that effect. During your End Phase, Majestic Star Dragon goes back to your Extra Deck, but Stardust Dragon comes back to your side of the field.

Shooting Star Dragon

Shooting Star Dragon is a Level 10 WIND Dragon-Type monster with 3300 ATK and 2500 DEF that requires Formula Synchron as a tuner and Stardust Dragon as the Synchro Monster. Shooting Star Dragon has 3 effects, and you can activate them once each. You can reveal the top 5 cards of your Deck and shuffle them up. Shooting Star Dragon can attack equal to the number of tuners that you draw. Then, you can negate the effect of a card that destroys another card(s) on the field. Also, when an opponent's monster declares an attack, you can negate the attack by banishing Shooting Star Dragon. If this card is banished through this method, it comes back to your side of the field during the End Phase.

Debris Dragon

Debris Dragon is a Level 4 WIND Dragon-Type monster with 1000 ATK and 2000 DEF that allows you to Special Summon 1 monster from your Graveyard with 500 ATK or less when you Normal Summon Debris Dragon. The Special Summoned monster's effect(s) are negated, so this isn't another awesome way to play Yubel, but you can Synchro Summon quickly. You can only Synchro Summon for a Dragon-Type monster, and the other Synchro Materials cannot be Level 4 monsters, but Debris Dragon gives you easy access to a Synchro Summon right away!

Stardust Dragon/Assault Mode

Stardust Dragon/Assault Mode is a Level 10 WIND Dragon-Type monster with 3000 ATK and 2500 DEF that can only be played with the effect of Assault Mode Active. You can Tribute Stardust Dragon/Assault Mode to negate the activation of and destroy any card that is using its effect (Monster Card, Spell Card, or Trap Card). Like Stardust Dragon, if Stardust Dragon/Assault Mode is Tributed in this manner, it comes back to your side of the field during the End Phase. When Stardust Dragon/Assault Mode is destroyed, you can Special Summon 1 Stardust Dragon from your Graveyard, so you will always have good backup along the way.

Who's The Most Popular Synchro Monster

Stardust Dragon has a new effect that has never been seen before. With the awesome effect and great picture, Stardust Dragon is the most popular Synchro Monster of all time. Stardust Dragon has multiple owners in the anime and made season 1 very interesting. Stardust Dragon has 2500 ATK and 2000 DEF which goes along the lines of Dark Magician (2500 ATK and 2100 DEF).

Stardust Xiaolong

Stardust Xiaolong is a Level 1 monster with 200 ATK and 100 DEF that can be Special Summoned to your side of the field in Attack Position when you Synchro Summon a Stardust Dragon. Once per turn, if Stardust Xiaolong would be destroyed by battle, it is not destroyed. Not only do you get an extra star for Synchro Summons, but you also get a monster that can only be destroyed if it is attacked more than once. That means your opponent will have less monsters that will be able to attack you directly. Combined with Majestic Dragon, Stardust Xiaolong makes it easy for you to Synchro Summon the powerful Majestic Star Dragon which is capable if inflicting a lot of damage to your opponent.

How To Counter A Stardust Dragon

The main weakness to a Stardust Dragon is that if it is banished, it does not return to your opponent's side of the field even if the effect is used. Banisher of Light is the perfect monster for the job. With 100 ATK and 2000 DEF, Banisher of Light banishes any card that would be sent to the Graveyard. When your opponent Tributes Stardust Dragon through its effect, Banisher of Light banishes the Stardust Dragon, and your opponent won't get it back.

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