I personally liked this deck. It suited my playing style quite good. Using a control-combo deck that can win in style, while it clears the path.

Build up mana and use brilliant, try to find emrakul or another win con (Iona, Nicol Bolas). Time warp is there to ensure another land drop faster. Also Pathing your wall is very good to ensure another land drop, thus fastening the process.
This is the deck that i played for some time during last standard, before rotation (Alara and Zen).

Brilliant EM

Main Deck: (60)
Arcane Sanctum
Celestial Colonnade
Drowned Catacomb
Glacial Fortress
Island
Lavaclaw Reaches
Marsh Flats
Mountain
Plains
Swamp
Duress
Path to Exile
Into the Roil
Esper Charm
Jace Beleren
Day of Judgment
Liliana Vess
Time Warp
Brilliant Ultimatum
Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker
Iona, Shield of Emeria
Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre
Emrakul, the Aeons Torn
Wall of Omens
Sideboard: (15)
Duress
Flashfreeze
Luminarch Ascension
Meddling Mage
Negate
Day of Judgment

It did ok netting me some wins and a very enjoyable session of play.

Extended shifts the format a little and there are slightly more archetypes available.
My decklist fo rextended:

More than Brilliant

Main Deck (61)
Celestial Colonnade
Creeping Tar Pit
Fetid Heath
Glacial Fortress
Island
Lavaclaw Reaches
Marsh Flats
Mountain
Mystic Gate
Plains
Sunken Ruins
Swamp
Path to Exile
Thoughtseize
Wall of Omens
Esper Charm
Day of Judgment
Jace, the Mind Sculptor
Liliana Vess
Time Warp
Brilliant Ultimatum
Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker
Iona, Shield of Emeria
Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre
Emrakul, the Aeons Torn
Sideboard: (15)
Duress
Thoughtseize
Luminarch Ascension
Negate
Jace Beleren
Day of Judgment
Baneslayer Angel

Changes are little :
added thoughtseize (mainly for cruel decks and fae lists)
Baneslayers in side (against red decks)
jace2.0 for another win con
silence to side for fae, cruel and other combo hindering decks

The plan is the same.
The copy of Ulamog, and Iona are there against the memoricide’s that might exist, and of course for decks that rely on a main color.