I’ll go through the cards and talk about why I included them:
Crystal Cloaker: First I ran Cryptographer, but quickly realised that I need a 2-Drop that had a better body, so Crystal Cloker was the obvious choice. 2/3 are the ideal 2-Drop stats in my eyes. Crystal Cloker can go from a 2/3 to a 4/3, can tank a hit from the general and be healed up by a Healing Mystic.
Healing Mystic: I run Mystic over Herald because you need minions to stick, so that you can Overdrive them + Hearth Sister, if needed. Also, it’s a solid P1T1 Play, which this deck needs.
Hearth Sister: I don’t think I need to go into detail here. Hearth Sister is an fantastic card, especially in Faie. Hearth Sister also makes Wailing way more consistent.
Bloodbound Mentor: Bloodbound Mentor, like Hearth Sister, is an fantastic card in Faie. It refills your hand, gives you that extra oomph to close out games and brings a fantastic body with him.
Moonlit Basilysk: Basilysk laughs at Abyssian-Removal and forces your opponent to make awkward plays. It can win you games if your opponent is unable to answer it and you keep it in the backline with Hearth Sister in hand.
Light Bender: Light Bender has synergy with Malicious Wisp and is all alround just a solid card that answers stuff that could otherwise get out of hand real quick.
Malicious Wisp: Wisp is easily one of the strongest cards Vanar has to offer right now. In a meta were cards like Wanderer, Titan and Fault are very prominent, it’s an autoinclude in my eyes.
With this Deck, I tried to let it shine a bit more with cards like Aspect of Ego, Light Bender, Hailston Prison and, occasionally, Aspect of the Mountains.
If you drop Wisp as P2 against Vetruvian T2, they’ll have a very bad time.
Spelljammer: You can quickly empty your hand with the Ego + Wisp combo or something like 2/3-Drop + Hailstone, so Jammer is here to counteract that. It also increases the likelihood of drawing Wailing Overdrive + Hearth-Sister and its a solid 4-Drop overall.
Cloudcaller: I love this card. It synergises extremely well with Bloodbound Mentor and allows you to clear most backline threats with the 4 damage it provides.
Inquisitor Kron: Kron provides you with 2 bodies, which this deck loves, since you want things to stick. Most prisoners synergise well with Wailing Overdrive. Celerity can push for 14 Dmg if it sticks and you don’t mind having any of the other Keywords with a 7/7 body.
Kron also comes with provoke, which is nice if you want to setup Wailing Overdrive.
Alright, so let’s take a look at our spells now:
Aspect of Ego: I already talked about it in my introduction. You can switch it out for Aspect of the Ravager, Aspect of the Bear or even Chromatic Cold. It either outright wins you games, or does the exact opposite. Ofcourse, there are many opportunities were you can just cast it on your Wisp without much to worry about, but it is, to its very core, a very inconsistent card.
Hailstone Prison: Hailstone, another all around solid card that you just want to include. It has extra synergy with Wisp and Spelljammer and is great in Wanderer-Matchups.
Blazing Spines: I was looking for another 3-Drop. I toyed with a lot of other 3-Drops, but Blazing Spines is definitely the 3-Drop you wanna run here. It has a bit of anti-synergy with Lightbender, but that’s not a huge problem. You can control your opponent with it and most of the times, your opponent will just ignore them, leaving them on the battlefield, which makes them an excellent target for our finisher, that is Hearth-Sister + Wailing Overdrive.
Wailing Overdrive: Our finisher and the card that this Deck is build around. Your opponent wont expect Wailing Overdrive, so you have the element of surprise on your side.
You don’t even need to use it as a finisher. Even a Healing Mystic can become a real threat all of a sudden, when it becomes a 7/8.
Aspect of the Mountains: I did run 1x Avalanche and 1x Mountains. Avalanche didn’t even perform bad, it’s the definition of a comeback card, but Mountains is just more consistent.
Definitely another one of Vanar’s best cards. Great removal that also leaves a solid body, if you choose to use it on one of your minions.
Thank you for reading, have fun with the deck! : )
(Excuse me for all the spelling errors. English is not my native language, but I tried my best here)
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a crafty take on my wall deck – this one revolves more around embla as a killing power and the ability to find an opening and set your opponent into a trap using more then enough tools.
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.
Briguy77 Aggro Faie
Honestly your iq has to be at least higher than 100 to play this deck. I played this in team wars 6 one time and won a couple games.
Play Creatures with drawbacks that are easily dispelled away and reap the benefits while avoid the costs.
A fairly normal Wanderer deck with the aim of ramping up as quicklu as possible then out valuing your opponents.
Explore the world of different mana cost minions.
Master the center column. Lock your opponent in place and unleash massive amounts of damage.
The shell deck for all competitive Vanar decks you can play at S-Rank
Vespyers and Walls mix together very nicely when supported by Kara. Add tons of ramp, and you have a very scary versatile deck that, unlike dedicated walls, wont just fold to an EMP.