He has "attached" himself to perennial victim Atari Hitotonari.
Kiss Players Position
In the year 2007, Star Dust, Angela and Zangetsu suddenly appeared in the sky above the "Kiss Players" singing group at the Brave Maximus Fortress concert of their world tour. The Sparkbots introduced themselves to the performers telepathically and insisted that the three humans in the group kiss them.When Atari Hitotonari, Shao-Shao Li and Marissa Faireborn complied, they were engulfed by a bright light and taken on a journey through time and space. At each destination, one of the girls encountered and kissed (while remaining unseen, unfelt and undetected) a famous Autobot or Maximal leader of the past, causing a fragment of the Allspark to emerge from the Transformer's body for the Sparkbots to collect.
After a particularly narrow escape on the planet Quintessa, the girls decided to decorate their "partner" Sparkbots; Atari created a pattern on her computer for Star Dust based on the green robot's energy wings.
Following a brief shunt into the universe of the Unicron Trilogy, the Kiss Players came face to face with the Transformer god, Primus...and the Sparkbots' true allegiance to Unicron was revealed. Having tricked the girls into assembling the chaos god's Angolmois energy rather than the "Allspark," the Sparkbots fled back in time to Earth's prehistoric past and resurrected their master.
Defeated by Primus' might, Unicron was again reduced to Angolmois energy and, together with Star Dust and the other Sparkbots, locked away within the planet with Fortress Maximus assigned to watch over them for eternity. Or at least until 2007.
- Kiss Players Sparkbot x3 (Multi-pack, 2007)
- Available only in the Sparkbot three-pack with her teammates Angela and Zangetsu, Star Dust is a green redeco of the Eggbot/Dark Eggbot mold, transforming from a sphere into a humanoid robot. He has a keychain attached to his back.
- The Sparkbots set was only available at the Japanese "Toy Festival 2007" in March, and is the final release in the Kiss Players toy line. The set also came with a new CD.
- Stardust's name, color scheme and decoration were created by Satomi Akesaka, who also portrays her voice in the "Kiss Players" radio drama series.