Generally you go face, using Hailstone Prison/Chromatic Cold to answer threats and Concealing Shroud in the last turn to buy you a bit more time (+combo with artifact and Flameblood Warlock is sometimes really nice).
A non budget list from the budget decks list “42 budget decks made by very experienced and consistent s-rank players v.1.96”.
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Get them big!
Classic Aggro Cassyva with Alcuin flavour.
The shell deck for all competitive Vanar decks you can play at S-Rank
Tempo is the name of the game sporting cards that clear the field while developing the board and maintaining your hand at the same time, mixed with faies inevitable BBs wincon.
An overview of the Burn Faie archetype.
Ramp for the big boys.
Well-rounded Midrage Faie, S-Rank approved. Featuring 200 IQ combos.
Who just hates those pesky token minions? I know I sure do. Well lucky for us, we have Scarzig mill comboes to realistically smack down for 20+ damage in a turn. If you roll it right, you could do that 20+ turn two.
Who needs subtlety in an Aggro deck?
Aggro Faie is a classic, get into melee range early and use your cheap removal and burn to attack their HP and get in their face as warbirds rain down.