This is the deck I used to climb to master this month. It exploits the current over-realiance on removals by playing resilient threats, and complement it with a solid anti aggro package.
Good matchups are all the midrange and aggro decks, bad is whatever deck playing champion of cunning and vara, terrible is echo makto. The deck is not great for games that go too long. Considering the underrepresentation of those deck on ladder, the deck should be great of climbing, and, at least, you have the satisfaction of crushing argenport midrange.
All the creatures, apart from Makto charge or deal damage on entering. Use that to put uninteractive pressure on the opponent. Your goal is to chain threat after threat and deal damage while they answer all of them, but in their turn.
Thank you for reading, I will try to keep the deck updated in the next few days. Any feedback is welcome! The deck needs polishing, the manabase expecially has the color right but the banner are super slow.
Vicious highwayman instead of statuary maiden: I started with both, then trimmed out all the statuary maiden and kept the highwayman. The reason was versatility. The ping + heal is invaluable in aggro matchups, and against control it provides both a way to destroy enemy weapons and to pop aegis. A common line of play is turn 7, play it, pop enemy icaria aegis, then slay it.
Makto instead of tavrod; Tavrod was in the deck at the start, but I believe makto is currently much better positioned, as most non aggro deck play around 4 slay at the moment, and it was almost impossible for tavrod to survive to attack, and, since I was playing at the time just 9 target in the deck, attacking was not even a guarantee to win.