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you have to have a tuner monster on the field or the tuner monster it says you need on the synchro monster card and another monster (not a tuner) that when you add the stars from the tuner and non-tuner add up and equal the same number of stars on the synchro monster. Then you send those cards to the graveyard and special summon the synchro monster from where you fusion monsters should be
Magna Drago is a Tuner monster that is capable of Tuning to any non-Tuner monster that you may have on the field. Very few Tuners have a specific requirement on what they Tune (examples are Torapart and Debris Dragon).
Stardust Dragon can only be used against effects that will destroy a card on the field.
No, unless an effect specifically says otherwise, the Synchro Components must all be face-up on your side of the field. Eccentric Boy is a Tuner who when used as a Synchro Component, the other monster is one monster from your hand.
The strobe tuner was the first tuner invented. Therefore, the electronic tuner was evolved from it. The strobe tuner was invented by Dick Peterson in 1948 and it is hard to determine who really invented the electronic tuner based on it being evolved from the strobe tuner.
Who Is Nat Tuner?
A chromatic tuner.
The Tuner was created in 2004.
You don't tribute anything, it is a Synchro Monster. You have to send a Tuner and one or more DARK non-Tuner monsters from your side of the field to the graveyard. As per the usual Synchro rules, their combined level totals must equal Dark End Dragon's level, which is 8.
meaning of t.v tuner
It is not a Tuner monster - Tuner is a monster subtype and will be displayed with the monster's type (Dragon/Warrior, etc) and supertype (Effect/Normal, etc). It is not enough just for it to have Tuner in its name, that is not the definition of a Tuner monster. You are free to use Powered Tuner as a Synchro component, but only as a non-Tuner monster.