"Destiny Board", "Spirit Message "I", "Spirit Message "N"", "Spirit Message "A"" and "Spirit Message "L"" with "Dark Necrofear" (unedited; top, edited; bottom).
"Spirit Message", named "Message of Death" (
The weakness of "Destiny Board" is that if "Destiny Board" or a "Spirit Message" card leaves the field, any "Destiny Board" and all "Spirit Message" cards that card's controller controls are sent to the Graveyard.
Another weakness is that "Destiny Board" and the "Spirit Message" cards each occupies a Spell & Trap Zone, limiting the player's use of Spell and Trap Cards. If another Spell/Trap Card is occupying one of the Zones, the message cannot be completed and the player cannot use any Spell or Trap Cards.
Differences in media
In the manga, the card only be activated while "Dark Necrofear" is in the Graveyard. Instead of playing a "Spirit Message" Spell Card each turn, the board simply creates a letter. However, if "Dark Necrofear" is removed from the Graveyard, then the Ouija Board breaks.
In the manga, the one who controls the Ouija Board is a spiritual form of "Dark Necrofear". In the anime, it was her dismembered hand.
Stall cards are essential for this Deck so that the opponent can't do anything but try to destroy "Destiny Board". "Final Countdown" is also a great addition in this Deck, since as a Stall Deck other victory conditions can be used as backup.
"Herald of Perfection" and "Herald of Ultimateness" can be used to protect the "Destiny Board" and the "Spirit Message" cards without occuping your Spell & Trap Zones. "Good Goblin Housekeeping" can be used to quickly draw "Destiny Board" while also returning "Spirit Messages" to your Deck.
"Dark Sanctuary" allows the "Spirit Messages" to be treated as monsters, so you can use other Spells or Traps as support until you win.