This is the deck I have been using to ladder in masters. I wanted to play control with Scorpion Wasp in order to deal with all of the TJP berserk and Icaria decks on ladder. Desert Marshal is similarly strong versus aegis/charge/tempo. I added a weapons/Visage package as a nice complement for dealing with aegis units. I will note that if you do not want to get blown out by Finest Hour, you will ideally play Runehammer when all their power is depleted. Two copies of End of Story are really beneficial in the time midrange matchups. So far, TGP and Equivocate have been the stars of my market; Find the Way is for fixing your hand, and the other two cards are situational. In my experience, the deck has been highly favored against TJP berserk, Combrei aggro, and all forms of Time mid that are not Praxis (Praxis can be beaten, but sometimes they HotV more than you can pile them). This deck out-greeds most other control decks, but FJS can beat you down sometimes. Temporal control is not the easiest deck to play right now, but it can be fun and rewarding. Good luck!
Edit 07/27/18: I made some tentative changes after the balance patch: cut 3 Wasp for 2 Equivocate and 1 Eilyn's Choice. I think Wasp is still good, but the main target now is Icaria, which can be protected by torch. In general, my Icaria matchups have been great anyways. I prefer Equivocate to Choice as an answer to teacher on the play. A number of people have commented about running multiple copies of Choice in the deck; it is a great card but I probably won't lean toward it too hard until control becomes more popular. I know the amount of 1-of's probably looks pretty ugly, but I think it is selectively okay in a slow, grindy deck such as this. I am currently sitting at Masters #17 with this deck.
Edit 07/29/18: I reverted back to the original decklist. If you saw the ETS you understand wasp is still totally necessary. I do like temporal in my maindeck since playing it at fast speed has big payoff, but I will be thinking about some small incremental changes in the future. Cheers!
Edit 08/02/18: People still seem to be viewing & commenting on the deck, so I will do my best to SUGGEST some changes that I've been trying to evolve the deck/keep up with the meta. A number of people commented that they don't need the main-deck Temporal Distortion. In general, I am a fervent supporter of the one main-deck copy because if you draw it then you can use your valuable opportunities for market access on something else. However, the meta is fast enough that I wanted to try a deck with fewer situational cards and test whether it improves hand-quality overall. Thus, I shaved off Temporal Distortion, Moondial, and one copy of Stronghold's Visage (which competes at 5 power) for three copies of Vital Arcana. While not the most power-efficient card, I think Vital Arcana is awesome. The deck really benefits from added draw-density, and this card accomplishes what Moondial is meant to do without drawing cards for your opponent. I also tweaked the power-base to include blue Waystones. I have not noticed any drop in influence consistency, and I think blue Waystones make you slightly more robust against burn. I've played this deck to DIII and I am 5-1 with it today (excuse the small sample size). Cheers!
Dank 1 Masters https://imgur.com/a/bOLF7OJ