This Deck aims to summon Hyper Engine Vast Vulcan as quickly and consistently as possible. To achieve this, we play a Deepdraw strategy similar to that of Yggdrago Decks, but instead focusing on a Pyro/FIRE axis. Heavy Roller can pitch any of the monsters we run to draw 1, or 2 if Hot-Blooded Spirits Stadium is active - which not only enables this draw, but also makes every one of our monsters, including Vast Vulcan, bigger. We can't get the bonus effect of Ship of Seven Treasures, but it is nonetheless a draw cycle - worst case, we are on 9 Pyro monsters, so we can pitch both Ship and Spirits Stadium for Art of Masked Fiery Noodle Drawing-out-the-Rich-Tasty-Flavor Reversal to draw additional cards. Future Mining is a bit conditional, but allows us to dig just that bit deeper to find the pieces we need.
Previously, Vast Vulcan was regarded as the worst Maximum monster. While it's effects are still not that good, additional support and a shift in the metagame has changed it's viability drastically. Vulcan Ignite Hyperdrive not only is additional damage, it is also a removal spell for anything on the board provided we have Vast Vulcan out - which is our main gameplan, anyhow. This allows Vast Vulcan to deal with targets that are usually too big for most other Maximum Monsters, like Master of Sevens Road/Magician of Dark Sevens, which are usually a big hindrance for Maximum Decks, without relying on your opponent playing into cards like Judgment of the Rising Light.
Generally, most Maximum Decks in this current metagame struggle with Fusion Monsters, but do decently well against Gate Order decks. The main weakness of Vast Vulcan is it's low ATK stat, but at 3300, it sits just above the normal threshold of Normal Monsters under the effect of Secret Order, therefore making it kind of a problem for many of these Decks. Combined with the fact that it's own effects play well against other high Level monsters like Ecdysis Caliguleon, mainstay traps like Dark Revelation and Mirror Force, as well stall strategies (which can usually hinder a Maximum Deck) by targeting itself for it's second effect, the Deck - and the card itself - has gotten a new edge in the current metagame. However, it must be said that despite this, the Deck is still not relevant, or even necessarily good. It simply enjoys an upsurge in power in the current format, while still suffering from many of the other problems that face the Maximum mechanic as a whole. If we get more Maximum support, or if a Field Spell reliant Deck becomes a mainstay of the meta, then Vast Vulcan could become even stronger, but as it stands, it is simply one of the many fun options Rush Duel provides.
But even knowing this, remember: "No matter if volcanoes, glaciers, or meteors block your way! Carve a road through it all and flare up in a blaze!"