If Winged Kuriboh is destroyed and sent from the field to the Graveyard, you do not take any battle damage for the rest of the turn. Winged Kuriboh gives this deck a lot more durability, allowing you to survive an early OTK from Koa'ki Meiru by just Setting it on your first Turn.
Flute of Summoning Kuriboh allows you to Special Summon a Winged Kuriboh from your Deck. Although three copies of this Quick-Play Spell may seem a bit excessive, I found that being able to save your Normal Summon for Planet Pathfinder to add Mausoleum to your hand was extremely important.
Your main objective is to get Jurrac Titano on the field and, since there’s no consistent way of adding it to your hand, being able to thin the deck is also helpful.
By paying 2000 Life Points, this Field Spell allows you to Summon Jurrac Titano and Ultimate Tyranno without Tributing. The cost you have to pay is undeniably pretty hefty, but the payoff is also substantial.
Jurrac Titano can’t be targeted by Trap Cards and monster effects, which means that Treacherous Trap Hole and Paleozoic Canadia are useless against it and even Koa'ki Meiru Maximus and Koa'ki Meiru Ice are not able to destroy it. Now, Vampire Vamp will not be an issue for this card, which is definitely great, but Vampire Kingdom and other Spell Cards likely will.
Ultimate Tyranno doesn’t have the protection effect that Jurrac Titano can boast, but it does have similar stats and the ability to attack multiple times in a single turn. Again, by activating Unstoppable Dino Power! just once, you are pretty much ensuring that this monster will be able to get over anything a Koa'ki Meiru deck can bring out, so, assuming they have an entire field full of monsters, it will be able to attack three times.
Double Evolution Pill is your alternative way of Summoning Jurrac Titano. You can use another Jurrac Titano or your Ultimate Tyranno together with a Winged Kuriboh that has already been destroyed or a Planet Pathfinder that has already been Tributed to activate this card.
Hey, Trunade! is a great way of ensuring your monsters will safely hit the field without having to worry about a Floodgate Trap Hole. This Spell Card works particularly well in combination with Ultimate Tyranno.
By activating this Skill just once, Jurrac Titano and Ultimate Tyranno would already be bigger than Koa'ki Meiru Maximus and Ancient Gear Reactor Dragon. Eventually, since the increase in ATK and DEF is permanent, you wouldn’t even have to worry about anything getting over your main monsters via The Tie that Binds or Beatdown.
Koa'ki Meiru Wall, Silent Magician and Silent Swordsman are able to prevent you from activating Mausoleum of the Emperor and Double Evolution Pill. Needless to say, without a Jurrac Titano out on the field, this deck isn’t able to accomplish anything.
Ancient Gear Reactor Dragon and Ancient Gear Wyvern can negate Winged Kuriboh’s effect and Ultimate Ancient Gear Golem can straight up finish you off by attacking into a face-down one. You can’t activate Mausoleum’s effect if you have 2000 or less Life Points, so, even if you were to survive, you’d be left with just Double Evolution Pill.
How about replacing one of the Titano with Tyrannus?
- Why would you attack your opponent directly after noticing their backrow is not causing any delay?
- Titano allows you to stall until you have Hey, Trunade! available.
- Battle Traps are way less relevant right now.
- How exactly does Hazy avoid getting hit by that same Trap Card anyway since we were initially comparing the two decks?
-Because if you're stalling with attack power, you're allowing your opponent to draw other ways to answer you.
-Titano has high attack, but only specific resistances. Enemy Controller can send that attack back at you.
-Just because they're not 'as' relevant, that doesn't mean they're not used. After all, Hazy's being used here, right?
-Even if a Hazy deck falls for it, it's fewer resources spent.
You'd be better off using a regular Jurrac deck. Meta-wise, this deck can get pretty clunky and bricky (especially against Cosmic Cyclone, Widespread Ruin, Drowning Mirror Force, etc.) Flavor-wise, only two monsters in the deck are actually Dinosaurs.