I saw Clear the Way and knew what must be done.
This deck is not optimized at all, and is almost pure RNG, but it's real fun dropping a Great Kiln Titan on turn 3.
Mulligan aggressively for Clear the Way, even down to 6, because you're just DoA if you don't draw it.
Edit 1: adjusted power base and swapped 2 each of bauble and hourglass for Okessa's Audience, which gives the slightest bit of a consistency boost.
Deck is still wildly inconsistent and entirely down to luck of the draw, but seems to be surprisingly passable as rogue jank in Gold so far. The actual spread of Sentinels needs to be adjusted, but I'm low on shiftstone at the moment. Would probably go for more Emerging Colossus, as landing a hit with it gives you at least some ability to survive a harsh rule by grabbing your Clear the Way.
Edit 2: No adjustments, but hit Master's rank 70 from D3 with this deck on 2/9/21. It seems to invite a surprising amount of misplay by opponents who just are not prepared to deal with it or underestimate just how committed to the nonsense I am. Have also managed to play the Clear the Way on turn 1 a couple of times, which might be my favorite moments in Eternal over the last 3 years.