This one-of-a-kind tempo and combo deck is called "Hunter's Approach," and it makes use of a number of different synergies in order to exploit Dragon's Approach in order to cheat out Avenging Hunters and Lightning Shriekers so that it may begin exerting pressure as early as turn 3. I call it a combo deck, but in reality it's a one-of-a-kind ramp/tempo deck that makes extensive use of the graveyard for a variety of different purposes.
Playing Faithless Looting, Satyr Wayfinder, and Mulch during the early rounds of the game with this deck allows you to accomplish two goals: 1) get as many copies of Dragon's Approach as possible into the graveyard; and 2) make sure that you hit all of your land drops within the first three turns. The Fang Dragon can be useful both as a sweeper against aggressive strategies and as a target for Dragon's Approach when you need to apply pressure.
*Possible Sideboard Options:*
Masked Vandal - A “dragon” that can be tutored in a pinch. Good against affinity.
Flame Jab - reusable spot removal.
Gut Shot - good against faeries.
Pyroblast - good against blue-based control decks and dimir terror.
Ancient Grudge - good against affinity.
Moment's Peace - good against boggles.
Serene Heart - good against boggles and heroic.
Reverent Silence - enchantment hate.
Feed the Clan - good against mono red strategies.
Relic of Progenitus - good against graveyard-based strategies.