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How do you win?
I see a ton of disruption and creature hating, as well as a good bit of pillowforting. But I don't see any wincons. Ajani Goldmane has a nice ultimate but you can't rely on that. Debt to the Deathless will help, but its not really a wincon on its own. Exquisite Blood + Sanguine Bond is a nice infinite combo but you can't just wait to draw them both in a game with no tutors.
I sure doubt you'll win with general damage haha.
Thanks for the feedback. Win conditions are still one of the things I'm trying to figure out. I've been deliberately leaving tutors out of my decks lately to make them more random and generally cut down on shuffling and turn length but it certainly does reduce combo consistency.
I'm wondering if more planeswalkers is the way to go? Maybe creatures like Aetherling or Sphinx of Jwar Isle?
Personally, I've never seen a deck with so many enchantments. Sorin Markov is pretty nice because he sets someone's life total to 10. You have a LOT of lands. Probably too many. especially considering all of those mana artifacts, I would take out 6 or 7 lands. Also you have a 3.88 average cmc, which is on the low side, so the excess lands aren't really helping you.
Not really sure what direction you want to take the deck, but extort is one option. Thrull Parasite is awesome, Tithe Drinker is great. Basilica Screecher is another nice one. They are basically just really cheap creatures you can get out early that allow you to extort every subsequent spell. Now your opponents are forced to waste their powerful removal on these little twerps or face the wrath of consistent life drain.
This decklist is pretty interesting, and I couldn't judge the deck without knowing the meta you're in. The play group I'm with is very casual while I'm rather competitive, restricting the amount of counters, combos, and overall win cons I'm allowed to have in a deck. Personally, one thing I would do is review the amount of "ramp"/mana artifacts you have. The mana costs are overall pretty high so I feel like you need more than 6 artifacts to help, especially since oloro himself is sitting at 6 mana.