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Tattooed Wanderer

Tattooed Wanderer

Tattooed Wanderer

Type: Character
Cost: 1
Military Skill: 2
Political Skill: 1
Glory: 0
Clan: Dragon
Monk. Tattooed.
You may play this character as an attachment with the text: “Attached character gains covert.”
It is said that Dragon shugenja and courtiers are warriors, their warriors are monks, and their monks are inexplicable.
Influence: 2
Deck: Conflict
Number: 149
Illustrator: Kevin Zamir Goeke
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I Fight Dragons – 5/5
Tattooed Wanderer is an insane conflict character for 1. Covert is probably the most powerful keyword in the game, and paying 1 to remove your opponent’s biggest threat from an important conflict is well worth the cost to enter. On top of just being a very good attachment, this card doubles as a great body to drop as a conflict character, with stats that we usually see on 2 cost characters. This is hands down the best conflict character in the core set.
Kingsley – 5/5
Completely ridiculous. These stats for this price would be strong on a dynasty character, so on a conflict character they are absolutely crazy. The fact that this has a potential upside as a Covert attachment is just icing on the cake. If this guy were 1/0 I would still play him; if this guy cost two fate I would still play him; at one fate for a 2/1 he's an autoinclude in Dragon and IMO one of the premier splash cards in the game.
Grendel – 5/5
So much value in such a tiny little package. Contributes way too much in too many ways for a 1 cost card.
Benjoewoo – 5/5
1 fate for a 2/1/0 character is already pretty decent—having that for a conflict character that gives covert as an attachment is even better. This and Let Go are why you splash Dragon.
nyxnyxnyx - 5/5
1 for 2/1 on a conflict character is pretty amazing. The option to make him a ‘Covert’ attachment is really good, especially for ‘attachments-matter’ Dragon. Note that the way Covert works on declaration means that you don’t really want to attach him mid-conflict.

Excellent. Cheap, versatile, powerful.

Can this card be diacarded by LET GO??? Cause it is attached AS an attachment, he isnt an attachment
@DVeider yes, it will be considered as attachment once attached for all tense and purposes.. Thus targetable by Let Go and even protects you from Niten Adepts ability.. However, additional info, it is not considered as attachment if it is not yet attached does not targettable by Agasha Swordsmith..