Dreams about mulligans notwithstanding, I think this deck has potential. So far, I've only fooled about on devpro with it, and it seems explosive. However, I haven't played in a year, so I'm unsure as to what hand traps are real and what aren't. It's fairly run of the mill (if you can say that about a deck that's been hit this hard), but with the advent of cards such as Tenmataitei and Foolish burial goods, I believe that this direction solidifies the domain-centriic theme.
3x KURAISTO Kuraz
3x Foolish Burial Goods
1x Frost Blast
1x Foolish Burial
1x One For One
3x Flying "C"
2x Maxx "C"
3x System Down
2x Twin Twisters
2x Soul Exchange
The goal here is the same as all of the Domain decks out there: Place Monarch on board with field spell and win game. That's oversimplifying it, but the deck's been around long enough that it should ingrained into each of your minds what it's supposed to do. The addition of FBG allows you to navigate more easily to it, doing half the work of either Ehther or Erebus. Yes, you can send Pantheism, which I do most of the time while going first. The great part about it is that it's banished, making any edea play that much more stable. If I'm going second and my opponent didn't ejaculate the contents of their main and extra into a gooey mess, and instead opened with real traps, sending frost blast clears out some problems. Of course, there's the problem of having a second monarch spell or trap to go along with it, but if the situation is dire enough, and you don't have tenacity, you can always pitch two with goods play domain twice. If I have a grave full of monarch spells, but lacking a suitable tribute, I can make like Megatron and send Prime to the grave.
Now, Tenmataitei: this card is the stealthiest monarch around. I almost played a single of it and Angmarl, but Angmarl isn't always the best turn one play. Tenma sets things up for you and (if I read him correctly) tributed edea is protected by it's effect. Eidos, if normal summoned, then tributed, then activated in the graveyard (I believe) is protected. It's part of the reason I play March; a protected Tenma is a worthwhile investment, allowing you to play without the threat of hand traps being used as a response to your normal summons- it protects Return. With Tenma on the board, along with Return, I normal ehther or edea, I tribute for Ehther/Erebus/Kuraz, since SEGOC, I set up the chain to have Return as the chain link below a normal summoned monster, and voila, no Ghost Ash or Ogre can respond to it.
The side is just a modified side from an italian regional, but it seems quite simple: Jinzo for Paleo, Maxx "C" for getting to either system down or Flying "C" for ABC and Zoo, respectively. Soul exchanges could probably become Gameciels, because Naturia Beast is being played (or so I gather?) in Zoo.
Anyways, I want to get back in and this deck is a hell of a lot more cheap than anything else I see out there- and I'm not playing chain burn.