This is a deck built around Hero of the People
using the new card Reweave
. Reweave provides a lot of interesting things for Hero decks, whether it's a tutor for the Hero itself, tutors for battle skill providers, or as a way to recycle silenced Heroes.
Most of the units in this deck are in to provide an aggressive early game (which helps draw out removal, provides the chip damage to kill the opponent with the Hero, or just allows the deck to win without needing to get the Hero at all) and provides the Hero with battle skills later on. Crownwatch Paladin and Acquisitive Crow are particularly notable for their use of Aegis (which protects the Hero) and Berserk (which lets you punch people for tons of damage), respectively. Hojan also is noteworthy because he's the only unit that can't give Hero a battle skill, but he's so good by himself that it's worth keeping him in the deck as an alternate win condition. Acquisitive Crow is also capable of putting in work providing extra value with its effect. Piercing Grief also makes itself a surprising choice for its use of 3 battle skills (the most of any 2-drop and more than most 3-drops) and since it sacrifices itself at the end of the turn, which makes it possible to get it earlier after reweaving than you'd normally play your shifted units and makes it a good Reweave target if you need one of your other 2-drops.
Defiance ends up being solid removal against most early game units, Spiteful Strike is the combat trick of choice since it gives Hero +4/+3 (or +3/+2 if it already has lifesteal), and Dark Return and Haunting Scream allows for some recursion that offers some cool synergies with the rest of the decklist.
The two noteworthy weaknesses of this deck are its lack of a market (which is a conscious decision since I don't want too many cards that provide only 1 battle skill and I have much better things to do on 3) and its bizarre power base (which is also a conscious decision since I want to be able to at least play my 3 drops on 3, usually also my 2-drops on 2, and I also need a lot of justice sigils in the deck for Hojan), but this deck has still been very fun without a market and with its weird power base.
Edit: Based on recommendations below, I put in two 1-ofs as dedicated reweave targets. Kothon is the sole provider of endurance in the deck, which really helps against stun effects (most prominently Permafrost, but I put it in because I got hit by a Crystalize and decided I wanted an out against it), while Silverwing Familiar provides 3 battle skills. Desecrate went in over Defiance because it's proactive and isn't target restricted (in particular, it hits Sandstorm Titan), while Ponysnatcher came in over Hojan because of his poor synergy with the deck and Ponysnatcher's use of two battle skills, the most prominent being Quickdraw.