This is more expensive than the other budget lists but it includes only neutral cards, so the general is absolutely interchangeable.
You could cut the rare cards for good faction cards (whatever you’re playing) and bam, fantastic budget deck for 2k spirit. Also you get the 1200 spirit back (if you are very unlucky with your 61th Trial of Mythron orb but otherwise earlier), so you could see it as long term investment, which lets you build many good budget Wanderer decks for every faction because they all share a lot of neutral cards (Dancing Blades, Fizzling Mystic, Bloodtear Alchemist, etc.).
In general Wanderer is of great use with many generals in every faction (especially Brome, Reva, Zirix, Lilithe, Ragnora, Kara because of their Bloodbound Spells). The requirement of only 1ofs in the deck makes it also more budget friendly because now you can use your good legendaries and epics where you only have a single copy.
Nevertheless we recommend not building a Wanderer list for your first good deck because it is pretty expensive in costs and leaves you unable to build other decks. But as a second or third deck it is a great choice.
From the budget decks list “42 budget decks made by very experienced and consistent s-rank players v.1.96”.
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Wanderer Lilithe list piloted by FrostArrow in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
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Wanderer Ragnora list piloted by SonofMakuta in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
One ping may have been enough for Sean Connery, but not for us.
Wanderer Ragnora list piloted by Grandmaster Briguy77 in the playoffs of the Meltdown League
A fairly normal Wanderer deck with the aim of ramping up as quicklu as possible then out valuing your opponents.
Deck played by DracoMoriarty in the playoffs of Meltdown League Season 2.
Wanderer Ragnora list piloted by Ryvirath in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Wanderer was a mistake