Combo this card with "Athena" for a Aggro-Burn strategy. Use this card's effect to negate card effects, and use "Athena" to Special Summon the monsters that was discarded. Try to use this card's effect to discard powerful ones.
Discard "Honest" for either this card's or its own effect, use "Athena" to revive it, then use the effect of "Honest" to return it to your hand.
To help complete the lockdown, use "Djinn Releaser of Rituals" to prevent Special Summons and "Honest" to prevent attacks. With this card's powerful effect, a near-perfect lock can be performed on your opponent, barring Counter Traps.
Ritual Summon this monster in Defense Position and use "Ritual Weapon" to have a 4300 DEF wall that negates all card effects, so long as your hand is stocked with Fairies.
At 2800 DEF, this card can serve as a near-insurmountable wall against your opponent's forces. Your opponent will have difficulty getting past that, especially if "Djinn Releaser of Rituals" is forcing them to stick with Normal Summons and this card's own effect negates any efforts to boost their monsters' ATK.
By using a powerful Fairy-Type monster to fuel this card's effect such as "Splendid Venus", and then bringing it back with Special Summon effects, this card can left as a defender while still having high-ATK monsters available. The ATK-reducing effect of "Venus" will also make getting over this card's DEF even more difficult for your opponent.
Use "Advanced Ritual Art" to Ritual Summon this card, using two Level 2 Fairies (such as "Mystical Shine Ball") and two Level 1 Fairies (such as "Mokey Mokey"). Then, because there were four Fairies in your Graveyard, "Archlord Kristya" can be Special Summoned. Doing so will also add a Fairy-type monster to your hand for the effect of "Herald of Perfection".