If you are looking for a deck to just have fun with, you have come to the right place: this is by no means a competitive deck, but that doesn’t prevent it from stealing a couple wins against some of the current top-tier decks such as Masked HERO, Vampire and Blue-Eyes.
The strategy of this deck is quite simple: you wait until Titan Showdown is active, summon one of your monsters that are able to attack directly and then you increase their ATK, making them able to finish the game with a single blow.
You can use Sangan to add Servant of Catabolism or Plasma Ball to your hand while also thinning your Deck.
Sangan’s effect can’t miss the timing because it’s mandatory, which means that, now that Amazoness Onslaught is not around anymore, Spellbook of Fate is the most prevalent card you have to worry about.
Use Kuriboh to protect your Life Points and get safely in range for Titan Showdown.
For this particular deck Kuriboh is superior to Sphere Kuriboh because its effect can be activated during damage calculation rather than attack declaration, so you won’t be caught off guard by cards like Forbidden Chalice.
Servant of Catabolism and Plasma Ball have two things in common: they can attack the opponent directly and they are LIGHT monsters.
Wait for your Life Points to be half or less than half of your opponent’s and then use Photon Booster or Back-Up Rider to increase the ATK of Servant of Catabolism or Plasma Ball; with the help of these Spell Cards and Titan Showdown, the two monsters will be able to deal 4000 or more damage.
Hey, Trunade! is the quickest form of backrow removal we have, it bounces back into the hand all Set Spell & Trap Cards, leaving the opponent with pretty much nothing to protect them.
Cosmic Cyclone banishes a Spell/Trap Card on the field, it’s a Quick-Play Spell, which makes it more versatile than Hey, Trunade!, and it helps you lower your Life Points intentionally for your Skill.
By paying Mirror Wall’s cost to stay on the field, you are going to be automatically at 2000 or less Life Points, which means that, unless your opponent lowered his own Life Points in order to activate some effects (Cosmic Cyclone, Vampire Familiar, Vampire Retainer, Vampire's Domain), Titan Showdown! will be active.
Mirror Wall can protect you from OTKs from Masked HERO, Vampire or Blue-Eyes decks and you can chain it to a Hey, Trunade! to keep it on the field.
It goes without saying that this is the only Skill you should run with this deck: Titan Showdown is what allows your Servant of Catabolism to deal massive damage with a single attack.
You can use other cards to intentionally lower your Life Points like Amazoness Chainmaster or even Memory of an Adversary and get in range for the Skill faster.
A simple to use OTK deck which requires a lot of patience to use. The main idea is to use Mausoleum of the Emperor and set a jin face down. Using Mausoleum of the Emperor would trigger the skill titan showdown, doubling any battle damage you deal. After that just wait until your opponent attacks the jin then use the jin's effect to zero your opponent's attack dealing 4000+ damage, or for your opponent to Deck Out.
Use Mausoleum of the Emperor as early as possible, before your opponent damages you so much that you are unable to set you jins. Planet Pathfinder can be tributed to help you search out Mausoleum of the Emperor but be careful as this will most likely leave you open for direct attacks. Only activate Mausoleum of the Emperor when you can summon a jin, to lessen the chances of it being destroyed by your opponent.