If you have all five pieces of Exodia the Forbidden One in your hand, you automatically win the Duel. This deck is capable of achieving this alternative victory condition on the very first turn by combining White Elephant's Gift and Wonder Wand with Treasure Panda’s ability to Special Summon Normal Monsters directly from the Deck.
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Unexpected Dai allows you to Special Summon a Level 4 or lower Normal Monster from your Deck. You can only activate this card if you control no monsters, but that hardly matters.
What's important is that Unexpected Dai provides you a monster to send to the Graveyard with White Elephant's Gift and Wonder Wand without using your Normal Summon.
Prioritize the pieces of Exodia when you activate this card: you will be able to get them back with Dark Factory of Mass Production anyway.
By banishing up two three Spell/Trap Cards from your Graveyard face-down, Treasure Panda allows you to Special Summon a Normal Monster from your Deck whose Level equals the number of cards you banished.
Thanks to Unexpected Dai, Into the Void, White Elephant's Gift and Wonder Wand, it's quite easy to get enough cards to banish into your Graveyard to Special Summon multiple pieces of Exodia from your Deck.
Keep in mind that you can activate Treasure Panda's effect how many times you want during the same turn. Use the monsters Special Summoned by Treasure Panda's effect to activate White Elephant's Gift and Wonder Wand and quickly draw through your Deck until all of the pieces of Exodia are in your hand and/or Graveyard.
Use Dark Factory of Mass Production to finally get all of the pieces you initially sent to the Graveyard back into your hand, sit back and just watch the animation.
Hurricail is the one the highest ATK, but it's also WIND Attribute and we don't want to run into someone playing Poisonous Winds, so I opted for The Bewitching Phantom Thief; we don't really care about out monsters’ ATK anyway.
Enchanted Fitting Room can be considered a cheaper version of Unexpected Dai, but, if you are not running Treasure Panda and your Deck features more Normal Monsters that you can Special Summon with this card, then it's arguably a superior option.
In a deck that consists of mostly Normal Monsters, Heart of the Underdog can be an extremely powerful draw engine.
Grandpa’s Cards is the only Skill you can run with this deck at the moment because there is no other way to get access to the five pieces of Exodia; unfortunately, this Skill forces you to run at least 25 cards, which significantly decreases the consistency of the deck.