Normal Summon Angel Trumpeter, Special Summon Dark Verger (What Grows in the Graveyard) from your GY, and Synchro Summon Goyo Guardian, Naturia Barkion, or Stardust Charge Warrior.
Since Angel Trumpeter is a Normal Monster, you can search it via Painful Decision. Using Painful Decision will incidentally give Naturia Barkion an additional card to banish in order to activate its effect.
This Level 5 Synchro prevents your opponent from activating cards or effects until the end of Damage Step when it attacks or is attacked. If you activate Enemy Controller or Paleozoic Canadia after Armades has declared an attack, your opponent will not be able to respond to them.
When it's Synchro Summoned, Junk Warrior gains ATK equal to the combined ATK of all Level 2 or lower monsters you control. Use Paleozoic Canadia to increase the ATK of this monster: if at least one is face-up on the field when it's Summoned, it will reach 3500 ATK.
Goyo Guardian is a Level 6 Synchro that allows you to Special Summon to your side of the field in Defense Position any monster that it destroys by battle and sends to the Graveyard.
Use your Spell/Trap Cards (World Legacy Clash, Concentrating Current, Enemy Controller, Forbidden Lance, and Paleozoic Canadia) to make sure that Goyo Guardian can get over your opponent’s strongest monsters and take control of them.
Stardust Charge Warrior is able to attack all Special Summoned monsters your opponent controls once each. This effect has never truly been utilized because of this monster’s underwhelming natural ATK, but the introduction of Rush Warrior has actually given it a bit more value. Keep in mind that the ATK boost provided by Rush Warrior does not last until the end of the Battle Phase, it’s only applied for a battle.
What Grows in the Graveyard is the only Skill you can with this Deck. You need Dark Verger to make Synchro plays.
Cards like Paleozoic Canadia and Floodgate Trap Hole can be used to prevent you from Synchro Summoning. Going 1st is usually a lot better because it means that you don’t have to worry about disruption.