When you have A Legendary Ocean, you can normal summon The Legendary Fisherman to stall the duel instead of unhappy girl. He needs to be summoned so that you can later boost your vassal's attack to deal over 10,000 damage.
Switch your unhappy girls to defense position so they get destroyed once you have, or want to summon Legendary Fisherman.
Summon 2 Legendary Fisherman and pass the turn until the last turn.
Use a Ra Fusion deck with Power of the Tributed and 3x Riryoku field.
1x King of the Swap
1x Supreme berry
1x drawing card (Jar of Greed, Dark Mimic LV1/3, etc.)
2x E-HERO Blazeman
2x fusion substitute monster
3x Thunder dragon
3x Riryoku Field
Extra deck (at least):
1x Twin-headed Thunder Dragon
1x Meteor Black Dragon and/or Black Skull Dragon
Win condition is trivially either:
(1) have any fusion monster + 2 Riryoku field in play;
(2) have RESD equipped with a monster + 1 Riryoku field in play.
Then it's simply a matter of waiting until you draw the cards to summon 3 fusions, and clear the board then use Arrivalrivals to summon Ra. Alternatively, if he has a Kazejin + Suijin on the field, you can tribute summon Ra, then use berry to get +2000 LP, then use Ra's effect twice to destroy them both and clear the field.
Paradox is the hardest character to farm with.. I want that Archfiend Palabyrinth so much. I only got one from a battle between my not serious deck against his level 20 deck, but when I get serious to farm them, I only get defeated. Sad.
Remove Ojama as a deck for farming them, pretty much in every mach I use it I lose due soul exchange, and when I tech some cards to avoid that I lose because I cant' properly fusion summon on time due those cards.
Of course. As long as you've got A Legendary Ocean, your Legendary Fisherman is safe from Soul Exchange. And as long as you have Spirit Barrier along your Fisherman, Paradox can't do any damage to you.
So I'm having an issue. I thought I could use a Jurrac deck, try to get two Titano's on the board because they can't be affected by card that target it directly, I presumed this would take care of the effect of soul exchange...I was mistaken. I don't get how soul exchange is not targeting it, when you use soul exchange you select which monster you want to "exchange" there by making it a targeting card. What am I missing here?
The rest of the strategy for the deck was a basic union attack. 2 unions, secret pass to the treasures, gravekeepers vassal. would put the vassal at around 12k attack. Seemed like a foolproof plan, but I must be the fool here.