Fine, at some point the deck will run out, but my point still stands
One of the stupidest MTG purchases I've ever made was snagging a Tropical Island in spite of murmurs from my playgroup about its target Kumena deck. Fishsticks may have been a riot to pilot, but an absolute chore to play against and the list, Trop included, has been gathering dust in my drawer for months. As such, I've been on the lookout for UGx that would be crap enough to not get despised so that the dual could get to see some use. A bit of a silly reason to want to build a deck, but so it goes sometimes.
Cue Eutropia, Twice-Flavoured stage left.
My initial reaction to the legend was mild amusement. She looked dismal, which in combination with her 'ness, mildly comical art/name and wonky enchantment'y nature (who in the hell builds an enchantment deck without white?) made me consider her. I stuck the design in the back of my mind and started returning from my Christmas break, and airplane idleness made me realise she actually had some crappy glass cannon potential. Crappy glass cannons are my jam! Ram in all the enchantresses ever, keep spamming ridiculously crummy enchantments with virtually no mana requirements, have the enchantress triggers and commander counters come together into a magnificent flurry of "what the hell just happened?". The list originally sported a few high-end haymakers to try to make use of the chaos, but they got taken out quickly - the voltron proved itself, weirdly enough, perfectly sufficient for game ending. The deck fared okay in early Cockatrice testing with my group, and the very next day they spoiled Enigmatic Incarnation.
Ice Cream Monk
The list has exited the dreaded early days, and runs pretty smoothly by now. The trick's pretty easy - play enchantments, draw cards, ramp, leave up interaction mana to protect the delicate voltron from getting popped. The fact the deck's pretty dedicated to the voltron shtick results in relatively slow game ending, but could be argued to make games more interesting due to offering a wider interaction time frame. Still, this could probably be better. Oh Nexus collective, grant me your wisdom so that I may punch people with a flying 10/10 with five do-nothing one mana auras attached to it more efficiently!