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The Wanderer

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The Wanderer
The Wanderer.jpg
Demographics
Birthplace Unknown
Lifetime Mending Era
Race Human Planeswalker
Colors
Center: {W}

The Wanderer is a planeswalker introduced in War of the Spark. Nobody knows where she came from or her real name, but what they do know is that she is one of the most efficient and deadly warriors seen on any plane.

Appearance and characteristics[edit | edit source]

The Wanderer has long white hair, hides her face behind a conical hat and wears white garb. She is adept at swordplay, and is able to magically absorb kinetic energy and redirect that force through her massive sword.[1] The broadsword leaves a white mana trail in its wake when she swings it.[2]

Able to down the largest foes with a single stroke, The Wanderer is also cursed to make an effort not to planeswalk. Unlike other planeswalkers who are tired by the process of planeswalking, The Wanderer can planeswalk and then planeswalk again almost immediately - but only because if she doesn't focus she will be pulled at random from plane to plane.[1] This also happens when she sleeps or falls unconscious. When she planesewalks, she disappears in a violent slash of white light.[3]

The Wanderer is centered in white mana.

History[edit | edit source]

How she came to be this way and if her spark is different from all others may be at the heart of her endless journey through the multiverse and her desire to hide her identity. Whether she seeks a person, place or thing remains to be seen, but a peaceful resolution to her never-ending quest seems unlikely. She usually disappears quickly after a fight and stays hidden from investigators.

The Wanderer has an undisclosed history with Tezzeret, and considers him an enemy.[3]

War of the Spark[edit | edit source]

The Wanderer was lured to Ravnica by the Interplanar Beacon, and immediately became trapped there due to Bolas's use of the Immortal Sun. Alongside many other planeswalkers and Ravnicans, she fought against the Eternals of Bolas' Dreadhorde.[2] She and Sarkhan Vol apparently knew each other.

She was one of the few planeswalkers who chose to remain on Ravnica after Chandra disabled the Immortal Sun, helping the Gatewatch in their fight against Bolas. She survived the battle.

Forsaken[edit | edit source]

As her unique abilities allowed her to track Tezzeret and the Planar Bridge technology he carried, the Wanderer aided Ral Zarek in finding his target.[3] They eventually found Tezzeret in his fortress on Alara in Esper, once known as the Seekers' Sanctum. The pair were greeted by a squadron of etherium gargoyles in which all but the leader, Grokk, were destroyed. Ral and The Wanderer entered Tezzeret’s base and battled against his minions and through multiple traps. Upon reaching Tezzeret, The Wanderer was knocked unconscious by the lead gargoyle and automatically planeswalked away.

Planes visited[edit | edit source]

The Multiverse is infinite, but I've visited a few hundred at least.

— The Wanderer [2]

Planeswalkers met[edit | edit source]

Story appearances[edit | edit source]

Title Author Publishing date Set Setting (plane) Featuring
War of the Spark: Ravnica—Ashes Greg Weisman 2019-06-12 War of the Spark Ravnica Rat, Gideon Jura, Tomik Vrona, Lavinia, Ral Zarek, Jace Beleren, Chandra Nalaar, Teferi, Ajani Goldmane, Nissa Revane, Jaya Ballard, Karn, Kaya, Teyo Verada, Isperia, Dack Fayden, Saheeli Rai, Hekara, Vraska, Nicol Bolas, Borborygmos, Samut, Vorel, Sorin Markov, Nahiri, Arlinn Kord, Feather, Liliana Vess, Oketra, Rakdos, Bontu, Niv-Mizzet, Angrath, The Wanderer, Mu Yanling, Jiang Yanggu, Mowu, Vivien Reid, Aurelia, Exava, Lazav

In-game references[edit | edit source]

Represented in:

Associated cards:

Note[edit | edit source]

The Wanderer is the only carded planeswalker character without a planeswalker type.

References[edit | edit source]