I got a notification that you had linked this post to one of mine? But now that I am looking I see no indication of such, but anyways while I am here I may as well say my part. I have done quite a bit of experimenting with both Q and Dance of Dreams, although I do not think mixing the two of them is really the way to go. Also Fang or Mandrake tend to be better then bloodrage due to not requring you to stick a minion first.
Here is my old Q list that I made during rotations, but never got around to revisiting:
Ultra consistent deck with stupid amounts of draw, tiny chance of mechazor or Arkaki OTK, complete with some healing for stall.
Goal with almost perfect consistency being Q on 6, deci/spikes on seven, and then Heart/Deci/Spikes on eight. Even if you have one health and no cards left in deck despite taking damage up to four times during the combo it must resolve before heart breaks, meaning you survive with one health once it finishes.
Consistent back to back decimus with no risk off dying to your own deci/spikes is a scary principle, but in practice 8 mana is awful slow for such a combo, even though you pretty much guarantee getting game with it it just remains a gimmick because Q kind of makes the rest of your deck pretty weak for such a late game plan.
The sheer swarm from Rawr creates a lot of attacks, making a simple kujata cause lethal. This deck is definitely not refined, but its the one I run, relying on kujata to create crazy discounts on decimus/Rawr to deal massive damage, followed by running away and healing before casting Stampede to clear face.
Requires god positioning, and a lot of skill (for a magmar deck).
Skorn/Fang can be ditched for Deci/Spikes if prefered, and at that point I would drop replicant for Herald, but its nice to step away from Deci/Spikes once in awhile plus it has more synergy with out it.
Its basically my Dentist deck just dropped the good old golem package to make room: