For millennia people have complained about how overpowered Sandstorm Titan is, but that was before our Lord and Savior Tavrod came into our lives. Tavrod is shaping the meta harder than Sandstorm Titan was before Jeck's Bounty. You simply can't beat Tavrod, so the only viable deck options for ladder are other Tavrod decks. But when you combine the raw power of Sandstorm titan with the raw-er power of Tavrod, what you get is an abomination of a deck that extracts salt from your opponents in quantities beyond measurement.
This deck was carefully crafted over at least fifteen minutes, and so far has a 100% win ratio on ladder (5 games). I have yet to actually reduce an opponents life to 0, my opponents usually concede from sodium poisoning after they fail to deal with tavrods after tavrods after titans after titans. Blistersting Wasp
is to counter aggro and dragons (and I have 3 foil copies of them, they look really cool)
is there to counter the control decks (not really, but it's foil, so I just ran with it)
provides card draw and combos well with Ambassador (more importantly, it's foil)
The meat of the deck is, however, the sick insane value-interactions Tavrod has in the deck. A recurring buffed Vodakhan's Staff
is literally unbeatable, especially when you can equip them on wasps or end of turn marshals after your opponent Harsh Rules your board. Ambassador provides you power for the lategame, which you dump into Siraf and Parliaments (+, the less power you have in the deck, the more likely it is that you're gonna draw titans and tavrods).
You might look at the influence requirements of the deck, and think it should just crumble to itself, which would be true in a normal deck with these insane influence requirements, but it's fine considering we are utilizing the well known phenomena "if you have Sandstorm Titan in your deck, you'll always play it on turn four, no matter what".
The only way this deck could be improved upon would be to add more titans and Tavrods. We should probably be splashing for Twinning Ritual
and Mirror Image
to achieve this, but I've never actually played Primal.