This deck is under review after the recent big nerfs. Ideas for improving/altering it are welcome in comments.
So here's my version of the ubiquitous kairos deck going around, with just a few tweaks for gauntlet use.
Deck often wins without kairos, just by big bludgeoning by our time units.
1) You want 3 power and Ramba (better) in your opening hand, Teacher of Humility and Tocas are also good to have.
2) Get Ramba to hit if possible, but focus on getting big beefy blockers out there to buy you time. If you can get some hits with the big guys, do so, but don't be too risky.
3) Best case scenario you get Ramba and/or Heart of the Vault to cost Karios down to a more reasonable cost. Otherwise stay stable and get up to 9
4) Once you have Kairos out, hit face with Ramba if you have him, teachers good too, use any deadly to snipe units if you want but BE SMART about whether you burn enemy units or just go face! Your kairos may get removed, so do you have lethal this turn? Should you go all face, all units, or half and half?
Ramba is a star of the show here. Even a single hit can be amazing value, more hits and its nuts, not to mention the 7-cost card play which can be used as many times as you have power. Using him when you have kairos also pings his ability which is great to throw down more burn damage.
Added Scorpion Wasps because without proper kill spells we sometimes run into big (often aegis/flying) enemies (typically from a weapon being played on the unit such as in the mono justice deck) which can bugger up our game-plan without a way to remove it. This I find more reliable than having a creeper AND a killer spell.
Swapped the SST/Behemoths all back into the main deck and put Gnash, Desert Prince in the market. We have nothing to buff his 1/1 killers with but they can be useful as blockers or agains x/1 enemies. His main function is to bottom deck enemy fliers all at once.
The basics of this deck owes itself to others, but I am going to keep fine tuning it as I see best. Feedback in the form of results and/or constructive criticism is welcome, lets try to make this even better.
*Thanks to Roxie for some good advice.