The playstyle of this deck revolves around sending dragon-type monsters to the graveyard, using your dragons as cost for card effects. Send high-leveled monsters to the graveyard to later be revived. Or send low-leveled monsters to the graveyard to support the summon of your stronger monsters.
Only send Kidmodo Dragon to the grave when you have Red-Eyes B. Dragon, Darkstorm Dragon or Meteor Dragon Red-Eyes Impact on hand. With this we can make use of Kidmodo Dragon's effect of special summoning any dragon-type monster from your hand, use this opportunity to special summon the strongest dragon in your hand. Be aware that you cannot conduct your battle phase or special summon non-dragon monsters the turn you activate this effect. To avoid the negative effects of Kidmodo Dragon, set him face down then allow your opponent to attack him. When Kidmodo Dragon is sent to the grave during your opponent's turn you will be able to special summon a dragon from your hand and still be able to attack during your next turn. Totem Dragon can be special summon from the graveyard during your standby phase, but only if you have no monster on the field and all monsters in your grave are dragon types. Totem Dragon counts as two tributes when tribute summoning a dragon-type monster. With both of these effects we can easily use Totem Dragon to have Darkstorm Dragon or Red-Eyes B. Dragon summoned.
Red-Eyes Wyvern and Red-Eyes Spirit are both great red-eyes support cards. They both can revive red-eyes monsters from the grave with little to no condition in activating them.
Red-Eyes Wyvern serves as a great 1800 attack beater, and with 1600 defense he will not be left too vulnerable when changed to defense position. When in the graveyard you can remove Red-Eyes Wyvern from play during your end phase to special summon another red-eyes monster, keep in mind that this effect can only be activated if you did not normal summon or set this turn.(special summons are allowed)
Red-Eyes Spirit revives a red-eyes monster in your graveyard for no cost at all!