How do you summons Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon in Yu-Gi-Oh?
Here are your options: * Fuse 3 "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" ("BEWD") cards with "Polymerization", "Fusion Gate" and/or "Dragon's Mirror" * "Cyber Stein"'s effect (pay 5000 LP to Special Summon a Fusion Monster from your Fusion deck) * Use "Light Hex Sealed Fusion" and its effect and tribute it along with 2 "BEWD"s on your field * Other Fusion Substitute Monsters can be used in the place of one "BEWD" (except in the case of "Future Fusion" where all 3 "BEWD" cards must be sent from your deck to the Graveyard)
As with all monsters that have Ritual Spell Cards, you cannot obtain Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon as a card by itself via the Password section or as a Spoil. In-game, it can only be Summoned by using the Ultimate Dragon Ritual. Use this ritual when there are three "Blue-eyes White Dragon" cards on the field. You can fuse Megamorph & Dragon Treasure to get the Ultimate Dragon ritual. You can, however, obtain Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon via…
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Why does this doomkaiser dragon Yugioh card seem so holographic-it is almost hard to see the picture the name is written in gold and the stars are in the bottom left of their circles not the center?
You have an Ultimate Rare Doomkaiser Dragon. Ultimate Rares are special version of the Ultra Rare cards in the set (older sets had Ultimate of Supers and normal Rares too). They have a textured feel to the card's foiling, and a foil effect on the stars too. Sometimes the foiling on the stars is misaligned, it's not that uncommon, the stamping head must have been a tiny bit out of place.