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  • When summoning "Stardust Dragon", Yusei says in Japanese, "Clustering hopes will become a new shining star! Become the path its light shines upon! Synchro Summon! Take flight, Stardust Dragon!" while Jack says "Behold the wings guided by the great winds! Synchro Summon! Reverberate. Stardust Dragon!"
  • In the Japanese anime, "Stardust Dragon's" attack is "Shooting Sonic" and its effect is "Victim Sanctuary". In the English anime its attack name is "Cosmic Flare", while its effect name remains unchanged from the Japanese version.
    • In "Bonds Beyond Time" when Yugi, Jaden, and Yusei attack with a powered-up Stardust Dragon, its attack name is "Shooting Spiral Sonic" (In the dub, the attack was called "Dark Cosmic Wave").
  • This is Yusei's signature card. Its effect to Tribute itself to negate the effect of a card that destroys the controller's cards represents Yusei's willingness to risk his own life, whether it be for his friends, his loved ones, or strangers in need.

Fortune Cup

  • In episode 2, Jack is shown holding this card while he was talking to Rex Goodwin. He then flings it from across the room into his Deck, where it slides safely in.
    • This card is shown in a flashback Tank has when he notes to his friends that when this card "flew" after Yusei Summoned it, he was trembling with excitement and their dreams came true.
  • In episode 4, Yusei states to Jack he wants this card back. Jack throws it to him, but Yusei soon throws it back to Jack. Yusei states that he will get it back when he and Jack Duel each other. When Yusei and Jack arrive at the stadium, Jack holds this card up in the air and states to Yusei he made a foolish choice of choosing to duel him as he has already lost his chance at getting this card back. Later Jack uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Yusei. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Small Piece Golem" and "Medium Piece Golem" with "Sinister Sprocket". In the next episode, this card attacks directly after "Red Dragon Archfiend" attacks and destroys "Junk Warrior" and the effect of "Red Dragon Archfiend" destroys "Shield Warrior". On Jack's next turn, "Red Dragon Archfiend" attacks "Sonic Chick". The latter is not destroyed due to its effect, but the effect of "Red Dragon Archfiend" then activates, however Yusei activates "Remote Revenge" to destroy both of Jack's monsters by negating the effect of "Red Dragon Archfiend". Jack then Tributes this card to negate and destroy "Remote Revenge". On Jack's End Phase, he revives this card through its second effect, but Yusei activates "Harmonia Mirror" to take control of this card. Yusei then activates "Speed Spell - Silver Contrails" to increase this card's ATK by 1000 during the Battle Phase this turn. This card then attacks "Red Dragon Archfiend", but Jack activates "Synchro Deflector" to negate the attack and destroy "Sonic Chick". At the end of Yusei's Battle Phase, the effect of "Silver Contrails" expires. On Jack's next turn, "Red Dragon Archfiend" attacks this card, but Yusei uses the first effect of "Ghost Gardna" to redirect the attack to it instead, destroying it. This activates the second effect of "Ghost Gardna", decreasing the ATK of "Red Dragon Archfiend" by 1000 until the end of the turn. Yusei then activates "Counterattack Beacon" to increase this card's ATK by 500 and conduct battle between it and "Red Dragon Archfiend". Jack then activates "Prideful Roar" to pay Life Points equal to the ATK difference between this card and "Red Dragon Archfiend" and increase the ATK of "Red Dragon Archfiend" by the ATK difference plus 300 during damage calculation only, however Yusei banishes "Shield Warrior" from his Graveyard to prevent this card from being destroyed by battle this turn. The attack fails, but Yusei still takes Battle Damage. Jack then activates "Speed Spell - The End of the Storm" to destroy all monsters on the field and inflict 300 damage to both players for each of their destroyed monsters, but Yusei activates "Meteor Stream" in response. Yusei then tries to Tribute this card to negate and destroy "The End of the Storm", however the effects of "The End of the Storm" and "Meteor Stream" do not resolve as both players' Duel Runners, at this point, begin to fail, thus ending the Duel with no result. Had the Duel continued, Yusei would have won the Duel.
    • In the first above-mentioned episode, this card is shown in a flashback Yusei has when he reminds Jack that this card was the dream for him and his friends (including Jack).
  • In episode 6, this card is seen on the sphere monitor that was showing the Turbo Duel between Yusei and Jack.
  • In episode 8, this card is shown in a flashback Yusei has when Tenzen Yanagi explains to him that there are five Signers and five Signer Dragons.
  • In episode 9, this card is seen in a flashback Yusei has when he remembers the Crimson Dragon appearing during his Turbo Duel against Jack, a mark appearing on his arm and Yanagi asking if he was a Signer as there are five.
    • This card is also seen in a flashback Jack has when he wonders why the Crimson Dragon won't appear. Jack then theorizes that in order for the Crimson Dragon to appear, he must Duel Yusei again.
  • In episode 14, Jack takes this card out of his Deck and leaves his apartment, stating to Mina Simington that the Fortune Cup is going to be a bigger stage than Rex Goodwin as he himself will subdue the Crimson Dragon. After Jack meets Yusei again, he shows this card and states to Yusei he heard that Yusei is entering the Fortune Cup. Yusei asks how does he know, but Jack states it doesn't matter as he came to give Yusei this card back as it makes sense for him to use this card. Jack tells to Yusei so that they can settle things from that night. Yusei asks if Jack was the one who sold out his friends. Jack doesn't know what he is talking about, so Yusei shows a photo of his friends and states that Lazar gave his this. Yusei then reveals that if he doesn't enter the Fortune Cup, then his friends will be in danger, so his reason for entering is so that he can fight the corrupt Sector Security. Jack states that means he should really hold onto this card and tosses it to Yusei.
  • In episode 23, Yusei takes this card out of his pocket and notes in his mind that he must use all his strength and risk his entire life during his Duel against Akiza in order to reach out to her. Yusei then places this card at the bottom of his Deck.
    • This card is also shown in a flashback Rex Goodwin has when he reminds Jack that he wants to see the clash between "Red Dragon Archfiend" and this card and feel the energy that it will release.
  • In episode 24, Yusei uses this card during his Ground Duel against Akiza Izinski. Before he actually plays this card, he requests this card to lend him its power. Yusei then Synchro Summons this monster by tuning "Junk Warrior" with "Junk Synchron". This card then attacks and destroys "Black Rose Dragon". Akiza then revives "Black Rose Dragon" via "Wicked Rebirth" and activates the first effect of "Black Rose Dragon" to destroy all cards on the field, but Yusei Tributes this card to negate the effect of "Black Rose Dragon" and destroy it. On Akiza's End Phase, this card was revived via its second effect while "Black Rose Dragon" was revived via the final effect of "Wicked Rebirth". Akiza then activates "Overdoom Line" to increase the ATK of all monsters on her side of the field by 1000. Yusei then switches this card to Defense Position. He then equips this card with "Prevention Star" and targets "Phoenixian Cluster Amaryllis" for the effect of "Prevention Star". This prevents "Phoenixian Cluster Amaryllis" from attacking while "Prevention Star" is around. Akiza then activates "Synchro Back" to return "Black Rose Dragon" to her Extra Deck. On Akiza's next Standby Phase, the second effect of "Synchro Back" Special Summons "Black Rose Dragon". Akiza then activates the first effect of "Black Rose Dragon" to destroy all cards on the field, but Yusei Tributes this card to negate the effect of "Black Rose Dragon" and destroy it. This causes "Prevention Star" to be destroyed (as Akiza had planned), but before she can switch "Phoenixian Cluster Amaryllis" to Attack Position and use it to attack directly, Yusei activates "Cosmic Blast" to inflict this card's ATK as damage to Akiza and win the Duel.
    • Two copies of this card are also shown when "Card Defense" fully resolved.
  • In episode 25, this card is shown in a flashback relating to the events where Jack took this card and Yusei's first Duel Runner, so he could finally be the King of New Domino City. When Yusei leaves to go rescue Rally out of a boat stranded in the middle of the water(which was done as part of Jack's plan), Jack takes Yusei's Deck out and takes this card out of Yusei's Deck. He then places this card into his pocket before taking the Duel Runner to escape from Satellite through the pipelines.
  • In episode 26, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Jack Atlas. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Junk Warrior"(who was Level 4 due to it being affected by "Descending Lost Star") with "Hyper Synchron". Since the latter was sent to the Graveyard for this card's Synchro Summon, it gains 800 ATK and is granted immunity to destruction by battle. Jack then activates "Tuner Capture" to Special Summon "Hyper Synchron" from Yusei's Graveyard to Jack's side of the field. This card then attacks "Red Dragon Archfiend", but Jack activates "Tuner's Mind" to return "Red Dragon Archfiend" to his Extra Deck and revive "Twin-Sword Marauder" and "Dark Tinker" in Defense Position. A replay occurs and Yusei uses this card card to attack "Twin-Sword Marauder", but "Tuner's Mind" redirects the attack to "Dark Tinker", destroying it instead. "Synchro Blast" then inflicts 500 damage to Jack after damage calculation. Later "Red Dragon Archfiend" (whose ATK was 3800 due to the first granted effect of "Hyper Synchron" then attacks this card, but the latter is not destroyed, however Yusei still takes Battle Damage. Jack then activates "Fiend Cannon" to inflict 500 damage to Yusei since "Red Dragon Archfiend" failed to destroy this card. Yusei then activates "Speed Spell - Silver Contrails" to increase this card's ATK by 1000 during the Battle Phase this turn. This card then attacks "Red Dragon Archfiend", but the latter is not destroyed due to the second granted effect of "Hyper Synchron", however Jack still takes Battle Damage. "Synchro Blast" then inflicts 500 damage to Jack after damage calculation. At the end of the Battle Phase, the effect of "Silver Contrails" expires. "Red Dragon Archfiend" then attacks this card, but this card wasn't destroyed, however Yusei still takes Battle Damage. Yusei then activates "Crossline Counter" to increase this card's ATK equal to twice the Battle Damage he took and force "Red Dragon Archfiend" to attack this card. "Red Dragon Archfiend" isn't destroyed, but Jack still takes Battle Damage. Jack then activates "Speed Spell - Overboost" to gain four more Speed Counters. He then activates "Speed Spell - The End of the Storm" to destroy all monsters on the field and inflict 300 damage to each player for each of their destroyed monsters, but Yusei Tributes this card to negate and destroy "The End of the Storm". Jack then activates "Sneak Exploder" with the intention of sending it to the Graveyard on Yusei's Standby Phase to inflict 500 damage to Yusei for each monster he(Jack) controls. On Jack's End Phase, this card revives itself due to its second effect. Yusei then activates "Meteor Stream" to inflict 1000 damage to Jack, but Jack activates "Crimson Fire" to negate the damage he would take and inflict twice the damage he would have taken to Yusei, but Yusei activates "Shining Silver Force" to negate and destroy "Crimson Fire" as well as destroy all of Jack's Spell and Trap cards. Yusei then activates "Speed Spell - Final Attack" to double this card's ATK. This card then attacks "Red Dragon Archfiend", but the latter isn't destroyed, however Jack still takes Battle Damage. Jack's Life Points then dropped to 0, winning Yusei the Duel.

Dark Signers

  • In episode 27, this card is shown in a flashback that Luna has when she explains she saw Yusei's Duel against Jack inside the light and saw Satellite being destroyed.
    • This card is also shown in a flashback Yusei has when he wonders about the vision he saw during his Duel against Jack.
    • This card is also shown in a video clip of Yusei and Jack's Turbo Duel which Carly Carmine watches in an attempt to find proof that Yusei had a mark on his arm during the Duel.
  • In episode 29, this card appears in a flashback Jack has when he recognizes the mark on Trudge's arm as the same symbol he saw in the vision about Satellite during his Turbo Duel against Yusei.
  • In episode 30, this card is shown in a flashback Yusei has when he notes that the vision he saw will be Satellite what will become if the Signers lose to the Dark Signers.
  • In episode 31, this card is shown in a flashback Jack has when he becomes angry at his loss to Yusei and the fact that he was really born from Satellite has become known to the public.
  • In episode 32, this card is shown in a flashback Yusei has when he confirms to his friends that the vision he saw during his Duel against was Jack was Satellite being destroyed in the future.
    • This card is also shown in a flashback Akiza has when she remembers the vision she and the other Signers are and wonders if something is starting.
  • In episode 35, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Kalin Kessler. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Level Warrior" (who was Level 4 due to Yusei Special Summoning it through its second effect) with "Hyper Synchron". Since the latter was sent to the Graveyard for this card's Synchro Summon, it gains 800 ATK and is granted immunity to destruction by battle. This card then attacks "Hundred Eyes Dragon", but due to the effect of "Infernity Guardian" ("Hundred Eyes Dragon" gains the effects of all DARK monsters in Kalin's Graveyard), it is not destroyed, however Kalin still takes Battle Damage. Yusei then activates the effect of "Shard of Hope" to draw one card. Yusei then destroys "Shard of Hope" in order to activate "Miracle Locus" from his hand, increasing the ATK of this card by 1000 until the End Phase and letting it attack again by allowing Kalin to draw one card. This card then attacks and destroys "Hundred Eyes Dragon". Kalin then activates the last effect of "Hundred Eyes Dragon" to add "Earthbound Immortal Ccapac Apu" from his Deck to his hand. Yusei then activates "Synchro Destructor" to inflict damage to Kalin equal to half the ATK of "Hundred Eyes Dragon" twice (as "Hundred Eyes Dragon" was a Synchro Monster), but Kalin activates "Damage Translation" to halve the effect damage he takes turn. Yusei planned to use "Speed Spell - Final Attack" during his next turn to double this card's ATK as part of his winning move. On Yusei's End Phase, the effect of "Miracle Locus" expires. This card remained on the field until the Duel was over.
  • In episode 40, this card appeared in a flashback Jack has when he tells when he tells Akiza's father that Yusei is the only one who can open Akiza's heart.
  • In episode 41, Yusei uses this card during his Ground Duel against Akiza. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Shield Warrior" and "Speed Warrior" with "Junk Synchron". "Black Rose Dragon" (whose ATK was 3000 due to it being equipped with "Thorn of Malice") attacks this card. This card is not destroyed due to "Thorn of Malice", but Yusei still takes Battle Damage and "Thorn of Malice" decreases this card's ATK and DEF by 600 after damage calculation. Yusei then activates "Half Shut" to halve the ATK of "Black Rose Dragon" until the End Phase and grant "Black Rose Dragon" immunity to destruction by battle this turn. This card then attacks "Black Rose Dragon". The latter is not destroyed due to "Half Shut", but Akiza still takes Battle Damage. On Yusei's End Phase, the effect of "Half Shut" expires. "Black Rose Dragon" then attacks this card again. Due to "Thorn of Malice", this card is not destroyed, but Yusei still takes Battle Damage and "Thorn of Malice" decreases this card's ATK and DEF by 600 after damage calculation. On Akiza's next turn, "Black Rose Dragon" attacks this card, but Yusei activates "Defense Draw" to reduce the Battle Damage he takes to 0 and draw one card. Due to "Thorn of Malice", this card is not destroyed, but it loses 600 ATK and DEF after damage calculation. Akiza then activates "Wonder Clover" to allow "Black Rose Dragon" to attack again. "Black Rose Dragon" attacks this card again, but Yusei activates "Iron Resolve" to reduce the Battle Damage he would take to 0. Due to "Thorn of Malice", this card is not destroyed, but it loses 600 ATK and DEF after damage calculation. On the last turn of the Duel, Yusei then equips this card with "Silver Wing". He then activates "Release Restraint Wave" to destroy "Silver Wing" and all of Akiza's Spell and Trap Cards. With "Thorn of Malice" no longer on the field, the ATK of "Black Rose Dragon" and this card's ATK and DEF return to their original value. This card then attacks "Black Rose Dragon". Damage is calculated, but Akiza sends "Hedge Guard" from her hand to the Graveyard to prevent "Black Rose Dragon" from being destroyed. After that resolves, the ATK of "Black Rose Dragon is halved until the End Phase. Yusei then activates "Synchro Ring" to double this card's ATK and allow it to attack again. This card then attacks and destroys "Black Rose Dragon", winning Yusei the Duel.
  • In episode 42, this card appears in a flashback Yusei has when he remembers when he saw the Crimson Dragon for the first time.
    • This card appears in a series of flashbacks Yusei has when he explains to Goodwin that when he returned to Satellite, Kalin, a former friend that he thought was dead, reappeared before him as a Dark Signer.
    • This card also appears in a series of flashbacks Rex Goodwin has when he states the Signers can't turn away as since they have the same marks, they are the reincarnations of the legendary Signers.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Rex Goodwin has when he explains if the Signers do nothing, New Domino City, Satellite, and all the citizens will fall into the hands of the Dark Signers.
  • In episode 45, this card appears in a flashback Yusei has when he recognizes Roman Goodwin's mark and wonders if his vision is coming true.
  • In episode 47, this card appears in a flashback Mina Simington has when she explains to everybody that after Rex Goodwin obtained the Signer Dragons from Dr. Fudo, he released them into the wild as the Signers would eventually use the cards and serve the Crimson Dragon. This card appears in Rex Goodwin's explanation when he explains to Mina what he did with the Signer Dragon cards he had and when he confirmed who the current owners are.
    • After the flashback ends, Yusei is shown looking at this card. Jack notes they have all been playing in Goodwin's palm as a result of following his orders.
  • In episode 55, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Kalin. He Special Summons this card with its effects negated via "Burst Synchro Summon", ignoring the Summoning Conditions. On Yusei's turn, Kalin activates "Brilliant Shrine Art" to make "Earthbound Immortal Ccapac Apu" the only target for Yusei's attacks. Yusei then activates "Speed Spell - Angel Baton" to draw two cards and send "Stardust Xiaolong" from his hand to the Graveyard. Since this card was present the field, Yusei activates the effect of "Stadust Xiaolong" to revive itself. On Kalin's next turn, Yusei activates "Superior Protector" to equip it onto this card and prevent himself from taking Battle Damage from battles that don't involve this card. "Ccapac Apu" then attacks this card, but Yusei activates the final effect of "Superior Protector" to destroy itself and prevent this card from being destroyed. Kalin then activates "Wicked Trample" to double the Battle Damage Yusei take. On the last turn of the Duel, Yusei tunes this card and "Stardust Xiaolong" with "Majestic Dragon" in order to Synchro Summon "Majestic Star Dragon".
  • In episode 56, Yusei uses this card to shut down the Giant control unit.
  • In episode 57, Yusei uses this card during his Ground Duel against Roman. He Synchro Summons this card via the second effect of "Starlight Road". Yusei then activates "Shooting Star" to destroy "Spider Web", but Roman activates "Anti Emptiness" to negate "Shooting Star" and destroy it. Yusei then activates "Battle Waltz" to Special Summon a Waltz Token with the same stats as this card. The Waltz Token then attacks directly since Roman only controls "Earthbound Immortal Uru", but Roman activates the effect of "Roar of the Earthbound" to destroy the token and inflict half of its ATK to Yusei as damage, however Yusei Tributes this card to negate the effect of "Roar of the Earthbound" and destroy it. Roman then activates "Brilliant Shrine Art" to redirect the attack to "Uru". "Uru" then destroys the Waltz Token, but Yusei takes no Battle Damage due to the first effect of the Waltz Token. The last effect of the "Waltz Token" then decreases the ATK of "Uru" by the ATK of the Waltz Token. Yusei then activates "Stardust Flash" to Special Summon this card from his Graveyard, ignoring the Summoning conditions. This card then attacks and destroys "Uru", winning Yusei the Duel.
    • This card also appeared in a flashback Rex Goodwin has when he explains to Crow that ever since he was little, his brother was a genius and he was proud of that, however Roman was forced to carry the power of unbelievable destiny. When Roman revealed Dr. Fudo he broke the seals to the Control units to the Ener-D Reactor, Yusei quickly grabs the four Signer Dragons in Roman's hand and runs off. Roman's men fire at Dr. Fudo to stop him. One of the blasts hit Dr. Fudo, causing him to drop "Ancient Fairy Dragon". A wounded Dr. Fudo gives Rex the three Signer Dragons he saved and tells him to shut down the Ener-D Reactor. Rex agrees and goes to try and shut down the reactor.
  • In episode 58, this card was shown within the vision Carly shows to Jack when she activates "Enlightenment" and claims this is what will happen when he loses and becomes one of the Dark Signers. In the said vision, Carly and Jack, as Dark Signers defeat and destroy the Signer Dragons and the Crimson Dragon. Jack nearly got consumed by it until he notices Carly's broken glasses. This makes him realize that whatever he is seeing is not true and that the Duel has not ended yet.
  • In episode 63, this card appears in a flashback Jack has when Rex Goodwin reminds him that in order for him to get the title of the King, he had to abandon his friends from Satellite and he questions if Jack hadn't abandon the bond of friendship before.
  • In episode 64, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel with Jack Atlas and Crow Hogan against Rex Goodwin. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Shield Warrior" and "Sonic Chick" with "Debris Dragon". Yusei then activates the effect of Crow's "Blackwing - Bombardment" to send it to the Graveyard and increase this card's ATK by the ATK of "Blackwing Armor Master". This card then attacks and destroys "Sun Dragon Inti". This activates the latter's effect, which will destroy this card and inflict its ATK to Yusei as damage, but Yusei Tributes this card to negate that effect. Goodwin then activates the first effect of "Moon Dragon Quilla" to revive it, but Yusei activates Jack's "Conquest of the Supreme Ruler" and sends it to the Graveyard in order to negate the summon of "Moon Dragon Quilla". On Yusei's End Phase, this card revives itself through its second effect. On the last turn of the Duel, Yusei tunes this card and "Stardust Xiaolong" with "Majestic Dragon" in order to Synchro Summon "Majestic Star Dragon".

Pre-World Racing Grand Prix

  • In episode 66, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Ghost. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Turbo Booster" and "Gauntlet Warrior" with "Debris Dragon". Yusei then activates "Meteor Wave" to increase this card's ATK by 300 until the End Phase and grant it the ability to inflict piercing damage this turn. This card then attacks "Meklord Emperor Wisel", but Ghost uses the effect of "Wisel Guard" to redirect the attack to "Wisel Guard", destroying it. "Stardust Dragon" then inflicts piercing damage to Ghost. On Yusei's End Phase, the effect of "Meteor Wave" expires. Later Ghost activates the effect of "Meklord Emperor Wisel" to equip itself with this card and increase its by this card's ATK. On the final turn of the Duel, Yusei activates "Synchro Material" to allow himself to use this card as a Synchro Material Monster for a Synchro Summon. Yusei then tunes this card and "Unicycular" with "Majestic Dragon in order to Synchro Summon "Majestic Star Dragon". Since this card has been removed from the field, "Meklord Emperor Wisel" loses the ATK boost this card gave to it.
  • In episode 67, Sly, a classmate of Luna and Leo, found this card on the floor after it accidentally flew out of Yusei's Deck due to a malfunction in the Duel Runner that Yusei, Jack, and Crow were testing. Sly attempted to steal it but Yusei showed up. Sly then gave it to Yusei, claiming he had found it. Later, Yusei uses this card during his Ground Duel against Rudolph Heitmann. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Turret Warrior" with "Eccentric Boy" via the effect of "Eccentric Boy" while "Turret Warrior" was in Yusei's hand. Yusei then activates "Variety Comes Out" to return this card to his Extra Deck and Special Summon "Debris Dragon", "Hanewata", and "Eccentric Boy" from his Graveyard (as their combined Levels equal this card's Level). After Yusei defeats Heitmann, Sly noted to himself in his mind that he wanted to get this card for himself. This card appears within Sly's mind as he notes this.
  • In episode 72, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Sherry LeBlanc. He Synchro Summons this card via "Starlight Road". Right when he was about to summon this card, Boss and his men throw a truck over at where Yusei, Akiza, and Sherry were. Akiza quickly takes this card and summons it while using her Psychic powers to physically manifest the card onto the field. This monster then proceeds in using its enormous body to detain the truck long enough for the duelists to get away from the truck is. This monster then disappears shortly after. Due to Boss' interference, the duel is called off.
    • This card also appears within a series of flashbacks Akiza Izinski has when she notes that within the speed and wind of a Turbo Duel, Yusei has felt the anger, screams, pain, and joy of his friends and rivals.
    • This card also appears in Sherry's explanation when she notes if the Duel had continued without Boss interfering, Yusei would have used this card to attack and destroy "Sacred Knight Joan", and then use "Speed Warrior" to attack directly, however they both knew that would have only left Sherry with 50 Life Points, so Sherry would have still had another turn left to win the Duel.
  • In episode 73, this card appeared in Yusei Fudo's nightmare which involved a Turbo Duel between himself and an unknown opponent. Yusei Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Shield Warrior" and "Sonic Chick" with "Debris Dragon". Right after Yusei summons this card, his opponent transforms into Ghost while "Tiger Dragon" is replaced with "Meklord Emperor Wisel" and its Wisel parts. This card's ATK then became equal to the combined ATK of the other Wisel parts due to its effect. Ghost then activates the effect of "Meklord Emperor Wisel" to equip itself with this card and increase the ATK of "Meklord Emperor Wisel" by this card's ATK. Yusei shouts in anguish as his monster is absorbed. He is however cut off by Sherry, who asks Yusei isn't dueling by the edge kind of dueling he enjoys and states he will find his goal if they battle together. Right after this card gets fully absorbed by "Meklord Emperor Wisel", Yusei wakes up from his nightmare.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Crow has when Yusei reminds him about the former's Turbo Duel against Ghost and "Meklord Emperor Wisel's" ability to absorb Synchro Monsters.
  • In episode 74, this card appears in a flashback Yusei has when he wonders to himself if there is a new strategy that can defeat "Meklord Emperor Wisel".
    • This card also appears in a flashback Yusei has when he questions himself if consecutive attacks by two Synchro Monsters is the battle technique that will defeat "Meklord Emperor Wisel".
  • In episode 79, this card appears in a flashback Crow has when he notes to Jack that by defeating Goodwin they were able to unite New Domino City and Satellite.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Crow has when he notes that he heard Yusei's heart scream during the battle with the Dark Signers.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Yusei has when he notes that he won't be able to defeat Ghost and his "Meklord Emperor Wisel" if he can't go at an incredibly fast speed that would allow him to Accel Synchro Summon.
  • In episode 82, Yusei uses this card during his Ground Duel against the Guard Robot. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Junk Warrior" with "Drill Synchron". This card then attacks and destroys "Lock Dragon", winning Yusei the Duel.
  • In episode 88, Yusei uses this card during his Ground Duel against Kalin. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Turret Warrior" and "Card Breaker" with "Boost Warrior" (who is a Tuner in the anime). Later Kalin's "Infernity Doom Dragon" attacks this card, but Yusei activates "Power Frame" to negate the attack, equip "Power Frame" to this card, and increase this card's ATK by the difference in ATK between this card and "Infernity Doom Dragon". On Yusei's next turn, this card attacks "Infernity Doom Dragon", but Kalin activates "Infernity Break" to banish "Infernity Dwarf" from his Graveyard and destroy "Power Frame" (which causes this card's ATK to return to its original value). Yusei then Tributes "Second Booster" in order to increase this card's ATK by 1500. This card then destroys "Infernity Doom Dragon", winning Yusei the Duel.
  • In episode 92, Yusei uses this card during his Ground Duel with Kalin against Lawton. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Justice Bringer" with "Bri Synchron". Since "Bri Synchron" was sent to the Graveyard as a Synchro Material Monster, this card gains 600 ATK until the End Phase, but this card's effects are negated until the End Phase. This card then attacks "Blaster Ogre", but Lawton sends "Metal Coat" to the Graveyard to prevent "Blaster Ogre" from being destroyed. Yusei then activates "Synchro Blast" to inflict 500 damage to Lawton as a Synchro Monster attacked. On Yusei's End Phase, the effect of "Bri Synchron" expires. After Yusei explains this card's effects, Lawton realizes he can't win the Duel and the Duel is soon interrupted by Barbara and Lawton's henchmen. When Crow Hogan, Jack Atlas, and Sector Security arrive and intervene, Lawton activates an explosive to distract his enemies and escape. Kalin catches up to him with Yusei's Duel Runner and the two of then decide to continue the Duel without Yusei and his cards.
  • In episode 93, Yusei uses this card during his Ground Duel against Elsworth. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Turbo Booster" and "Tricular" with "Debris Dragon". This card then attacks "Driven Daredevil", but since this card has higher ATK than "Driven Daredevil", the latter is not destroyed, however Elsworth still takes Battle Damage. At the end of the Damage Step, the second effect of "Driven Daredevil" activates which will destroy this card and once that happens, the effect of "Master and Servant's Resolve" will activate, inflicting the ATK of this card as damage to Yusei. Yusei tries to Tribute this card to negate the effect of "Driven Daredevil" and destroy it, but Elsworth activates "Standoff" to forbid both players from Tributing monsters on their field. Yusei then activates "Space Jump", banishing this card and inflicting its ATK as damage to Elsworth, winning Yusei the Duel.
    • This card also appears during Yusei's explanation when he explains that if he Tributes this card to negate the effect of "Driven Daredevil" and destroy it, "Master and Servant's Resolve" will wipe out the remainder of Elsworth's Life Points.
    • This card also appears during Elsworth's explanation when he explains that if he activates his set card in response to the effect of this card, "Master and Servant's Resolve" will wipe out the remainder of Yusei's Life Points.
  • In episode 97, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Andre. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Speed Warrior" and "Shield Wing" with "Debris Dragon". This card then attacks "Green Baboon, Defender of the Forest". Yusei then activates "Synchro Strike" to increase this card's ATK by 1500 (500 for each Synchro Material Monster used to Synchro Summon it) until the End Phase. This card then destroys "Green Baboon, Defender of the Forest". This card remained on the field until the Duel was suspended due to Team Unicorn's practice time being over.

World Racing Grand Prix

  • In episode 99, Akiza uses this card during her Turbo Duel against Andre. She Synchro Summons this card by tuning a Siphon Token (who had the Level of "Black Rose Dragon") with "Glow-Up Bulb". This action shocks everyone except Yusei and Akiza as they had planned this secretly before Akiza went in to Duel. "Black Rose Dragon" then attacks and destroys "Thunder Unicorn". This card then attacks directly, but Andre activates "Dimension Equilibrium" to end the Battle Phase, banish "Black Rose Dragon" and Special Summon "Thunder Unicorn" from the Graveyard. Later Andre activates "Speed Spell - Speed Energy" to increase the ATK of "Thunder Unicorn" by 2400 (200 for each Speed Counter he has until the End Phase). "Thunder Unicorn" then attacks this card, but Akiza activates "Half Counter" to increase this card's ATK by half the original ATK of "Thunder Unicorn". "Thunder Unicorn" then destroys this card. Andre then activates the effect of "Speed World 2" to removing four Speed Counters and inflict 800 damage to Akiza for each Speed Spell in his hand. Andre reveals "Speed Spell - The End of the Storm", so Akiza will take 800 damage. Akiza then activates "Wicked Rebirth" to Special Summon this card from the Graveyard by paying 800 Life Points. This makes Akiza lose, but she was able to keep this card on the field and make Andre waste four of his Speed Counters. Due to the rulings of the WRGP, it immediately goes to Andre's End Phase. Akiza then passes the baton to Yusei who proceeds forward in Dueling Andre.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Akiza has when she remembers Yusei giving her this card and telling her to play it when the time is right.
  • In episode 100, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Andre. This card attacks and destroys "Thunder Unicorn" after Yusei Normal Summons "Max Warrior". This card remained on the field until Yusei defeated Andre. As per the rulings of the WRGP, it goes to Yusei's End Phase. Andre then passes the baton to Breo who proceeds in Dueling Yusei.
  • In episode 100, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Breo. In the next episode, this card attacks directly. Breo then activates "Regretful Tuning" to revive "Voltic Bicorn". Later "Voltic Bicorn" attacks this card, but Yusei activates "Synchro Striker Unit" to equip it to this card and increase its ATK by 1000. Breo then activates "Flattery" to increase the ATK of "Voltic Bicorn" by the difference between this card's original ATK and current ATK. Both monsters are then destroyed in a Double KO. The effect of "Voltic Bicorn" then activates, forcing both players to send the top seven cards of their Deck to the Graveyard. Breo then activates "Tuning Collapse" to force Yusei to send eight cards from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard (the number of sent cards are equal to this card's Level).
  • In episode 102, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Jean. He revives this card via "Harmony Crystal". A replay occurs and Jean chooses not to attack with "Rhinotaurus". "Harmony Crystal" then inflicts damage to Jean equal to half of this card's ATK. Later this card attacks and destroys "Rhinotaurus". Jean then activates "Thousand Crisscross" to make his Life Points 1000. Yusei then sets "Cosmic Blast" and intends to activate it when "Lightning Tricorn" attacks and destroys this card. Jean then activates "Superficial Peace" to prevent Spell and Trap Cards from being activated this turn as well as prevent monsters from being destroyed in battle this turn. "Lightning Tricorn" then attacks this card, but this card isn't destroyed due to "Superficial Peace", however Yusei still takes Battle Damage. The second effect of "Superficial Peace" then activates, allowing Jean to destroy "Cosmic Blast" and draw one card. Later Yusei activates "Speed Spell - Speed Fusion" to fuse this card with "Junk Warrior" in order to Fusion Summon "Dragon Knight Draco-Equiste". On the last turn of the Duel, Jean activates the effect of "Speed World 2" to remove ten Speed Counters and destroy "Summon Tax", but Yusei activates the first effect of "Dragon Knight Draco-Equiste" to banish this card from his Graveyard and grant "Dragon Knight Draco-Equiste" all of this card's abilities. Yusei then activates the first "Stardust Dragon"-granted effect of "Dragon Knight Draco-Equiste" to Tribute itself and negate the effect of "Speed World 2" ("Speed World 2" is not destroyed as it can't be removed from the field).
    • This card also appears in a flashback Yusei has when he remembers the effect of "Voltic Bicorn" and how it made him send a lot of the cards in his Deck to the Graveyard.
  • In episode 103, this card appears in a flashback Yusei has when he learns that Iliaster and Ghost are connected to one another.
  • In episode 104, this card appears in a flashback Akiza has when she notes that it took all that she had to pass the baton to Yusei during the match between Team 5D's and Team Unicorn.
  • In episode 106, Yusei uses this card during the Battle Royale that was around Neo Domino City. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Swift Scarecrow" and "Mirror Ladybug" (who was Level 4 due to Yusei using its effect to make its Level equal to the total Levels of all other monsters Yusei controls) with "Junk Synchron". This card then attacks and destroys "Ally of Justice Nullfier", defeating a Ghost Duelbot. Yusei, Sherry and Elsworth then proceeded in defeating the other Duelbots in the current area. Yusei later uses this card to attack directly and defeat another Duelbot.
  • In episode 108, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Primo. He Special Summons this card via "Star Shift" when Primo activates the effect of "Meklord Emperor Wisel" to equip itself with "Junk Destroyer". Since "Junk Destroyer" has been removed from the field, the effect of "Meklord Emperor Wisel" is negated as it has lost its original target. After Yusei Normal Summons "Bicular", Yusei activates "Emerging Awakening" to banish this card for one turn and inflict damage to Primo equal to this card's Level times 100. Since this card is Level 8, Primo takes 800 damage. On Yusei's next Standby Phase, this card returns to the field with 800 more ATK. After Yusei Synchro Summons "Formula Synchron". Yusei attempts to Accel Synchro Summon, but Primo reminds Yusei that his father was responsible for Zero Reverse. This breaks Yusei's Clear Mind and makes the Accel Synchro Summon fail. This card then attacks "Meklord Emperor Wisel", but Primo activates the first effect of "Skiel Carrier 5" to negate the attack. On Primo's next turn, he activates the effect of "Meklord Emperor Wisel" to equip itself with this card and increase its ATK by this card's ATK. In the next episode, Yusei activates the second effect of "Rescue Warrior" to regain control of this card after "Meklord Emperor Wisel" destroys "Rescue Warrior" in battle. Yusei then activates the effect of "Necro Linker" to revive "Formula Synchron", however Yusei can't use "Formula Synchron" as a Synchro Material Monster this turn. Later Primo activates the effect of "Meklord Emperor Wisel" to equip itself with this card, but Yusei performs an Accel Synchro Summon by tuning this card with "Formula Synchron". This time, Yusei succeeds in achieving Clear Mind and he Accel Synchro Summons "Shooting Star Dragon". Since this card has been removed from the field, the effect of "Meklord Emperor Wisel" is negated as it has lost its original target.
    • In the first above-mentioned episode, this card is shown in a flashback Yusei has when he notes that the Synchro Monster absorbing power of the Meklord Emperors is a powerful ability, but if he can achieve Accel Synchro Summon, then he may be able to find what he needs to beat the Meklord Emperors for good.
    • In the second above-mentioned episode, this card is shown in a flashback Yusei has when he questions himself why he couldn't Accel Synchro Summon at earlier.
    • In the second above-mentioned episode, this card is shown in a flashback Vizor has when he realizes that Yusei couldn't achieve Clear Mind because his heart was in chaos, which was why the Accel Synchro Summon failed.
  • In episode 111, this card appears in a flashback Jack has when he realizes if he doesn't improve his battling style, he won't be able to defeat the three Pure Nobles.
  • In episode 116, Yusei uses this card during his Concentration Duel against Clark Smith. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Max Warrior" and "Sonic Chick" with "Junk Synchron". Yusei then declares he is activating a Trap Card and flips "Future Battle". Yusei then activates the second effect of "Future Battle" to select and reveal one of Clark's face-down cards. It's revealed to be "Decago Knight" who is immediately Special Summoned. Due to the fourth effect of "Future Battle", this card attacks and destroys "Decago Knight". As this card destroyed a monster in battle, the last effect of "Future Battle" activates, allowing Yusei to activate the second effect of "Future Battle" once again. Yusei then activates the second effect of "Future Battle" to select and reveal another one of Clark's face-down cards. It's revealed to be "Decago Knight" who is immediately Special Summoned. Due to the fourth effect of "Future Battle", this card attacks and destroys "Decago Knight". The last effect of "Future Battle" activates, allowing Yusei to activate the second effect of "Future Battle" once again. Yusei then activates the second effect of "Future Battle" to select and reveal another one of Clark's face-down cards. It's revealed to be "Decago Knight" who is immediately Special Summoned. Due to the fourth effect of "Future Battle", this card attacks and destroys "Decago Knight", winning Yusei the Duel.
  • In episode 121, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Taro Yamashita. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Big One Warrior", "Quillbolt Hedgehog", and "Tuningware" with "Debris Dragon". In the next episode, Yoshizo Hayashi and Jinbei Tanigawa are amazed at this card appearing, but they are relieved that this card was in Defense Position. Later "Zushin the Sleeping Giant" attacks this card. Due to the effect of "Zushin the Sleeping Giant", its ATK becomes equal to this card's ATK plus 1000 until the end of the Damage Step, but Yusei activates "Power Shift" to reduce this card's ATK to 0 until the end of the turn. This reduces the ATK of "Zushin" to 1000 until the end of the Damage Step, causing the attack to fail. Taro then activates "Attack and Receive" to inflict 700 damage to Yusei. On Taro's End Phase, the effect of "Power Shift" expires. On Taro's next turn, he activates "Meteorain" to allow his monsters to inflict piercing damage this turn. "Zushin the Sleeping Giant" then attacks this card. Due to the effect of "Zushin", its ATK becomes equal to this card's ATK plus 1000 until the end of the Damage Step, but Yusei activates "Graceful Revival" to revive "Tuningware". Yusei then activates "Urgent Tuning" to Synchro Summon a Synchro Monster during the Battle Phase this turn immediately. Yusei then tunes "Tuningware" with "Turbo Synchron" in order to Synchro Summon "Formula Synchron". Yusei then tunes this card with "Formula Synchron" in order to Accel Synchro Summon "Shooting Star Dragon".
  • In episode 128, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Halldor. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Quillbolt Hedgehog" and "Doppelwarrior" with "Debris Dragon". Since "Doppelwarrior" was sent to the Graveyard for a Synchro Summon, its effect activates, Special Summoning a Doppel Token to Yusei's side of the field. Yusei then activates "Speed Spell - Overtune" to Tribute the Doppel Token and Special Summon "Majestic Dragon" from his hand. Yusei then tunes this card and "Cosmic Compass" with "Majestic Dragon" in order to Synchro Summon "Majestic Star Dragon". In the next episode, Yusei revives this card via the effect of "Stardust Phantom". "Thor, Lord of the Aesir" then attacks this card, but Yusei banishes "Stardust Phantom" from his Graveyard in order to grant this card the ability to avoid being destroyed in battle by giving up 800 of its ATK and DEF. Yusei then activates the "Stardust Phantom"-granted effect of "Stardust Dragon" to decrease its ATK and DEF by 800 and prevent its destruction. "Loki, Lord of the Aesir" then attacks this card, but Yusei activates the "Stardust Phantom"-granted effect of "Stardust Dragon" to decrease its ATK and DEF by 800 and prevent its destruction. "Odin, Father of the Aesir" then attacks this card, but Yusei sends "Stronghold Guardian" from his hand to the Graveyard in order to increase the DEF of this card by 1500 until the End Phase. Yusei then activates the "Stardust Phantom"-granted effect of "Stardust Dragon" to decrease its ATK and DEF by 800 and prevent its destruction. Yusei's End Phase, the effect of "Stronghold Guardian" expires. Later Yusei tunes this card with "Formula Synchron" in order to Accel Synchro Summon "Shooting Star Dragon".

Ark Cradle

  • In episode 130, this card appears in a series of flashbacks that Akiza Izinski, Leo, and Luna have when they write about Akiza Izinski in the report Carly Carmine was writing about Team 5D's.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Mina Simington has when she tells Akiza, Leo, and Luna that it was thanks to the Signers that the Neo Domino City became united.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Akiza has when she notes that the Meklords are Synchro killers due to the their ability to absorb Synchro Monsters.
    • This card also appears in a flashback Leo has when he reveals to Carly that Jack and Yusei have obtained new powers for the battle against Iliaster.
  • In episode 134, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Jakob. He Special Summons this card via "Shadow Impulse" with its ATK 0 and its effects negated. On Yusei's next turn, he tunes this card with "Formula Synchron" in order to Accel Synchro Summon "Shooting Star Dragon".
  • In episode 140, this card appears in a flashback Akiza has when she reminds Crow how Yusei saved her from the darkness of her Psychic Powers because he had put his life on the line to change her.
  • In episode 144, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Antinomy. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Salvage Warrior" with "Junk Synchron". Yusei then activates the effect of "Stardust Xiaolong" to revive itself as he had this card on his side of the field. After Yusei activates "Graceful Revival" to revive "Unknown Synchron", he tunes "Stardust Xiaolong" with "Unknown Synchron" in order to Synchro Summon "Formula Synchron". After Yusei activates the effect of "Formula Synchron" to draw one card, he tunes this card with "Formula Synchron" in order to Accel Synchro Summon "Shooting Star Dragon".
  • In episode 149, this card appears in Z-one's backstory when he explains how he became Yusei and why he wanted to destroy Neo Domino City to change the future. This card is shown on Z-one's computer when he is shown looking up Yusei's history.
  • In episode 151, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Z-one. He Synchro Summons this card via "Converging Wishes". Due to the third effect of "Converging Wishes", this card gains ATK equal to the ATK of all Dragon-type Synchro Monsters in Yusei's Graveyard, making its ATK 20900. Yusei then activates the fourth effect of "Converging Wishes" to return "Ancient Fairy Dragon" to his Extra Deck and force "Sephylon, the Ultimate Timelord" to attack this card, but Z-one activates "Sephylon's" fourth effect to banish "Metaion, the Timelord" from the field in order to prevent "Sephylon's" destruction and nullify the Battle Damage he would take. Yusei then activates the fourth effect of "Converging Wishes" to return "Life Stream Dragon" to his Extra Deck and force "Sephylon" to attack this card, but Z-one activates "Sephylon's" fourth effect to banish "Sadion, the Timelord" from the field in order to prevent "Sephylon's" destruction and nullify the Battle Damage he would take. Yusei then activates the fourth effect of "Converging Wishes" to return "Black Rose Dragon" to his Extra Deck and force "Sephylon" to attack this card, but Z-one activates "Sephylon's" fourth effect to banish "Gabrion, the Timelord" from the field in order to prevent "Sephylon's" destruction and nullify the Battle Damage he would take. Yusei then activates the fourth effect of "Converging Wishes" to return "Black-Winged Dragon" to his Extra Deck and force "Sephylon" to attack this card, but Z-one activates "Sephylon's" fourth effect to banish "Sandaion, the Timelord" from the field in order to prevent "Sephylon's" destruction and nullify the Battle Damage he would take. Yusei then activates the fourth effect of "Converging Wishes" to return "Red Dragon Archfiend" to his Extra Deck and force "Sephylon" to attack this card. This card then destroys "Sephylon", winning Yusei the Duel.
  • In episode 152, Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Jack. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Bright Star Dragon" with "Blue Expense Falcon" (who was Level 4 due to it being affected by "Bright Star Dragon's" effect). On Jack's next turn, he activates the effect of "Star Gatherer" to target this card and make the Level of "Star Gatherer" this card's Level minus one. Jack then tunes "Star Gatherer" with "Synchron Resonator" in order to Synchro Summon "Red Dragon Archfiend". The latter then attacks this card, but Yusei activates "Star Excursion" to banish both battling monsters until the end of Jack's third Battle Phase after "Star Excursion's" activation. In the next episode, the effect of "Star Excursion" expires after "Crimson Blader" fails to destroy "Sonic Chick" in battle due to the latter's own effect. Because of this, this card and "Red Dragon Archfiend" are Special Summoned from the Banished Zone to their respective owners' side of the field in Attack Position. In the following episode, Yusei tunes this card with "Formula Synchron" in order to Accel Synchro Summon "Shooting Star Dragon".
    • In the second above-mentioned episode, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Akiza has when she notes that Yusei is always fighting for others just like when he fought her in order to help her remove all the negative influences that she was under.
  • In the 4th opening theme of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's "BELIEVE IN NEXUS" Yusei Synchro Summoned his "Stardust Dragon" using "Hyper Synchron" and "Max Warrior".

Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time

  • Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Paradox. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Junk Warrior" with "Junk Synchron". Right after Yusei summons this card, Paradox uses a blank card to absorb this monster and transform the blank card into a blackened corrupt version of this card. Paradox then leaves at this point as his mission in Yusei's time was to take this card from him. Paradox's action left Yusei's copy of this card as a blank card. Yusei later finds out that Paradox was changing the past, so the Crimson Dragon takes him through time to stop Paradox.
  • In the GX era, Paradox used "Cyber End Dragon" and "Rainbow Dragon" to attack Jaden, but Jaden summons "Elemental HERO Neos" and uses it to defend himself. Paradox summons this monster and uses it to attack. Jaden and "Neos" both barely survive the attack as they took an attack from a monster that didn't exist in their era. "Stardust Dragon" prepares to finish Jaden off, but the Crimson Dragon and Yusei save Jaden and block off the attack. Paradox leaves to Yugi's time.
  • In the DM era, Paradox uses this monster, "Rainbow Dragon", and "Cyber End Dragon", to attack all the people in the tournament that was being hosted at the timing (including Maximillion Pegasus and Solomon Muto), leaving Yugi as the survivor, however the Crimson Dragon then whisks Yugi back to 30 minutes before the event occurred. Jaden and Yusei explain what's going on and why Paradox wants to destroy Duel Monsters. Yugi agrees to assist Yusei and Jaden as Paradox killed his grandfather in that incident and he wants to make sure that doesn't happen. Jaden then uses "Yubel" to scare off the people at the tournament which restores the cards in both Jaden and Yusei's Decks, but that doesn't stop Paradox from arriving at the scene.
  • Paradox uses this card during his Duel against Yugi Muto, Jaden Yuki, and Yusei Fudo. He sends this card from his Extra Deck to the Graveyard in order to Special Summon "Malefic Stardust Dragon". He then tunes "Malefic Stardust Dragon" with "Malefic Parallel Gear" to Synchro Summon "Malefic Paradox Dragon". Paradox then activates the first effect of "Malefic Paradox Dragon" to Special Summon this card from the Graveyard, ignoring the Summoning conditions. Due to the second effect of "Malefic Paradox Dragon", all face-up monsters controlled by Paradox's opponents lose ATK equal to the ATK of this card. This decreases the ATK of "Elemental Hero Neos Knight" to 700. Later Yugi summons forth "Dark Magician" and "Dark Magician Girl". Due to the effect of "Malefic Paradox Dragon", the ATK of both of Yugi's monsters lose ATK equal to this card's ATK. Later Yugi activates "Magic Gate of Miracles" to take control of a monster controlled by Paradox. Believing Yugi is going to target "Malefic Paradox Dragon", Paradox activates "Malefic Force" to equip the latter to "Malefic Paradox Dragon" and grant it immunity to Spell Cards controlled by Paradox's opponents, however Yugi then uses "Magic Gate of Miracles" to take control of this card. This action purifies this card, making it Yusei's card again. Since this card is no longer controlled by Paradox, the ATK of "Neos Knight", "Dark Magician", and "Dark Magician Girl" revert to their original value. After "Malefic Blue-Eyes White Dragon" attacks and destroys "Dark Magician", the effect of "Malefic Truth Dragon" activates, destroying all monsters controlled by Paradox's opponents and inflicting 800 damage to Yugi, Jaden, and Yusei for each monster destroyed, but Yusei Tributes this card to negate the effect of "Malefic Truth Dragon" and destroy it. Paradox then activates the second effect of "Malefic Truth Dragon" to banish "Malefic Rainbow Dragon" and prevent "Malefic Truth Dragon" from being destroyed. On Paradox's End Phase, this card revives itself via its own effect. Jaden then activates "Neos Spiral Force" to double this card's ATK. Yugi then activates "Dark Spiral Force" to double this card's ATK once more. This card then attacks and destroys "Malefic Truth Dragon", winning Yugi, Jaden, and Yusei the Duel. With Paradox's defeat, he is destroyed and all cards he had stolen were returned to their proper time eras.
  • When this card is taken by Paradox, it turned black and the picture of "Stardust Dragon" became inverted. No other card Paradox stole had this alteration.
  • This monster was the only trump card Paradox stole from the 5D's era. The other trump cards he stole were from the GX era and the DM era.

Evolving Duel! Stardust VS Red Demons

  • Yusei uses this card during his Turbo Duel against Jack. He Synchro Summons this card by tuning "Shield Wing" and "Quillbolt Hedgehog" with "Debris Dragon". On Jack's next turn, "Red Dragon Archfiend" attacks this card, but Yusei activates "Trick Battle" to destroy "Red Dragon Archfiend" at the start of the Damage Step without applying damage calculation. In response, Jack activates "Assault Mode Activate" to Tribute "Red Dragon Archfiend" and Special Summon "Red Dragon Archfiend/Assault Mode". Due to the last effect of "Assault Mode Activate", "Red Dragon Archfiend/Assault Mode" can't be destroyed by battle or by card effects controlled by Yusei this turn. "Red Dragon Archfiend/Assault Mode" then attacks this card, but Yusei activates "Assault Mode Activate" to Tribute this card and Special Summon "Stardust Dragon/Assault Mode". On the last turn of the Duel, both "Stardust Dragon/Assault Mode" and "Red Dragon Archfiend/Assault Mode" are destroyed in a Double KO. Yusei and Jack then activate the last effect of their /Assault Mode monsters to Special Summon this card and "Red Dragon Archfiend" from their Graveyards. Yusei then activates the last effect of "Skill Successor" to banish it from his Graveyard and increase this card's ATK by 800 until the End Phase. This card then attacks and destroys "Red Dragon Archfiend". Yusei then activates "Synchro Destructor" to inflict damage to Jack equal to half the ATK of "Red Dragon Archfiend" twice and win the Duel.

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V

  • In the pre-opening of all episodes set in the Synchro Dimension arc, the opening about Solid Vision is replaced with an explanation about the D-Wheel. Through the explanation, two duelists are seen dueling using what appear to be silhouette versions of "Stardust Dragon" and "Red Dragon Archfiend".

Scripted Duels

  • In the non-canon duel YCS Providence 2012 Special: Yusei vs. Akiza, Yusei summons this card using "Bri Synchron" and "Junk Warrior" while the latter's Level was reduced with "Descending Lost Star". "Bri Synchron's" effect increases its ATK by 600 for the turn. "Stardust Dragon" attacks Akiza directly, but Akiza Special Summons "Black Rose Dragon" with "Wicked Rebirth", causing a replay. As "Black Rose Dragon had its ATK increased by "Overdoom Line", Yusei cancels the attack. The next turn, Akiza equips "Stardust Dragon" with "Mark of the Rose", giving her control of it. "Stardust Dragon" returns to Yusei's control at the end of Akiza's turn. On the following turn, Yusei's "Stardust Dragon" attacks and destroys Akiza's "Siphon Token". On Akiza's next turn, as it is still equipped with "Mark of the Rose", Akiza assumes control of "Stardust Dragon" and has it attack Yusei's "Junk Destroyer" before it returns to Yusei's control. The turn after, Yusei increases "Stardust Dragon's" Level with "Give and Take" and uses it as Synchro Material with "Formula Synchron" and "Junk Destroyer" for "Shooting Quasar Dragon".

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