I search about deep draw dragon exodia, and i think it's unbeatable especially with the ones with super rejuv. If it is so strong, then why doesn't anyone won with this deck in tournaments? or is there anyone registered with this deck in the first place? Am I missing something here? maybe this deck has a lot holes than I think? (talk) 16:31, March 25, 2012 (UTC)

You either win spectacularly in a single go, or get crushed. It's just not a consistant way to win. (talk) 17:17, March 25, 2012 (UTC)

Just using "One Day of Peace" very careful, as it can last you 3 to at least 5 turns of no damages if you played 1 copy per turn. I know that's hard part, I also played that theme often. --FredCat 17:20, March 25, 2012 (UTC)

So, it is not consistent? then why does youtube always feature this as a winning deck? should i cursed youtube for lying? your experience FredCat100 , in a game of 10 , how many times did you won? (talk) 17:28, March 25, 2012 (UTC)

The Deck fails if you can't draw, as simple as that, and sometimes that's what happens.

It's called "Cherry Picking" Trust me, when they show you the vid, they either stack the deck, OR cut out the hundred times the deck lost. There will NEVER be a consistent exodia deck ever. And if one pops up, cards will get banned.--Helix-king (talkcontribs) 17:49, March 25, 2012 (UTC)

OMG...that's cheating... so it is NOT consistent and Not unbeatable... and is hould not cursed youtube,instead i should do that to those Freaking cheaters... (talk) 17:58, March 25, 2012 (UTC)

Technically it's not cheating, it's just a video to show the deck. But yes, the deck is not consistent, or unbeatable.--Helix-king (talkcontribs) 18:26, March 25, 2012 (UTC)

Only 7 out of 10 duels I won; it's because I used right cards at right timing, and usually by end of my first turn; half of the deck is in Graveyard. --FredCat 18:27, March 25, 2012 (UTC)

7 out of 10 duels. The odds are just the same with good decks like wind-up and inzektors. I think hieratic otk has a slightly better chance of winning in 80 percent. I have won in a friendly tournament with a win of 12 out of 15 duels. And if your dragon-exodia have an unlucky draw and you did not get the 5 pieces in one turn, you will surely lost, right?..without a chance of a come back..unlike the wind-up and inzektors... (talk) 08:57, March 26, 2012 (UTC)

In my experience, I've won about 40% with various Exodia decks, and I've never lost to an Exodia deck as far as I can remember. The thing is, it's too easy to disrupt their strategy. I've donevarious things to Exodia decks. I've Trishula'd a piece, I've dropped Naturia Beast to lock them down, I've played Deck Devastation Virus to ruin them, I've Mind Crushed pieces, I've used Dragged Down in to the Grave on them, I've beaten them with more consistent Exodia decks, I've Warning'd Royal Magical Library, I've Effect Veiler'd Library. I've OTK'd them on my first turn before they could draw more (before ODoP existed), and I've simply negated effing everything with Infernities (Barriers, Bribes, Warnings). To not be able to beat an Exodia deck means you were not prepared for one at all. --> Summoned Skull 2: Electric Boogaloo 17:37, March 26, 2012 (UTC)

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