Ok. I'll bite. You're right in that I came up playing hatebears (aka weenie as it was known when it couldn't win anything) so it has a soft spot in my heart. I just want to say before I start that I hope we both know that this deck will never win more than it loses in vintage, because without power that just isn't possible. (Ok ok... dredge, fine. It's not possible unless you include some truly bazaar strategies.)
I like your list. Rather than starting with, take out this and add a pinch of that, I just want to point out a design principle that really hurts these sort of hatebear decks. That is, their best cards don’t “stack”. They don’t get better as you see more of them. Thalia, Null Rod/Stoney silence, Kataki (Which you should include), Containment Priest, and Aegis of the Gods all are staples because of their effect, and yet those effects get no better when you see a second copy of the card. (Compare to the effect of seeing multiple Mishra's Workshops.) A main problem I see with these decks, powered or not, is that playing the hate often creates about as many dead draws in your own deck as it does in theirs. (If you play 4x Null rod into a deck running 4 mox and a lotus, droping the rod creates 5 dead in their deck and 3 in yours. Null rods are inherently nonsynergistic with themselves, while power cards all go bonkers when combined. The same non-synergy holds true of those other hate cards I mentioned, except that the non legend creatures stack a little bit because a second copy is a 2/2 beat-bear. But you get my point.
In the primer for Christmasbeatings.dec Steve Menendian mentions that he believes hatebears type decks need to run a lot of 4-ofs to be consistant. I actually disagree. (Even though disagreeing with Steve isn’t usually where you want to be.) I would look at some 1-of main board includes. I would run 1 main board Aegis of the Gods, 2 Kataki War’s Wage, 1 Crucible of Worlds, 1 Aven Mindcensor, 1 Gaddock Teeg, and 4 Wastelands because more of those is actually better. And think about cutting out some number of Thalia, Stoney Silence, and I would cut Sharpshooter altogether, since those previous cards are just better. (Are we really racing Oath, Tinker, Dredge, and Storm with a Sharpshooter? I’m sure it can happen, but that would not be my build strategy.)
I’m wondering about some discard too. I’m looking at how you could include some number of Cabal Therapies and Gitaxian Probes. 3 and 3? Because it gives you something to do with your extra creatures when you draw them. Though I see what you’re doing there with Hammer Mage. Well done sir. (Think, turn three: Attack with Kataki, cast Therapy, Sac Kataki and Therapy again, Play your second Kataki and say go… all for the low low price of three mana… Discard can put even the best decks into topdeck mode pretty often. Not where you want to be if you’re facing down a pair of bears. You could even late game hardcast Spirit Guides to flashback a Therapy.)
Welp, good luck fighting the good fight man. I’m bringing Oath so pack in those Priests and Cages… and Aegis. Good card.