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I hit top 10 S with this after seeing it as a bit of a challenge when Wanderer Maehv was being discussed in the Duelyst Discord. It’s honestly pretty good, not amazing, but better than a lot of decks people consider viable and common.
It’s like Wanderer Lilithe, except you kill yourself a little more and benefit a little less from most swarm payoffs. When I first put it together I was having trouble encountering too many aggro decks, so I upped the healing to handle that matchup. There’s still a few vulnerabilities in the deck like the difficulty it has to play aggressive itself, you could retool it to do so but I found playing the midrange toolset gave me the ability to play slightly slow or fast depending on the opponent. The Wanderer mirror seemed okay, but other trials (and fault) may outscale you before you can take them out.
You’ve got a lot of tools though, and Wanderer is a pretty much guaranteed baseline for power. The list is pretty flexible, so you can make pretty much any swaps you like outside of the super core of Wander, Dark Sac, Azure Shaman & Furor Chakram. Whilst I like the general shell I’m proposing here I feel like Wanderer always has room to fit the player and the decks they are coming up against. I wouldn’t raise the mana curve too much though, keeping it lower let’s you compete pretty nicely in the early turns.
update: just hit S#3
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Budget No General Neutral Wanderer 3k spirit (including 1200 for Wanderer) by Briguy77
Want to play the Jax + Razorback combo, but don’t want to play Vanar? Abyssian can do it too. Kinda.
BlacKnight69 Budget Swarm Lilithe 1,1k spirit
A fairly normal Wanderer deck with the aim of ramping up as quicklu as possible then out valuing your opponents.
Deck played by Briguy77 in the playoffs of Meltdown League Season 2
Budget Lilithe 1k spirit by TM87
Slam a bunch or wraithlings onto the board, then buff them up and benefit from their death.
Grind down your opponent with endless Frenziers. Uses no cards above rare.
Played by Stoicrooster for West EU for the second place in Duelyst World Cup 2019
A well balanced Maehv deck that can switch between many different play styles.
It is, however, a challenging deck to play as it contains many moving parts and produces a large number of minions.