Wanderer a.k.a Scaramouche is finally here, and fans of the character have been pre-farming his materials for quite some time. He is apparently a fairly powerful character, however, to get the most out of his kit, players will need the right support/team comps.

Therefore, in this article, Gurugamer is going to showcase the best Genshin Impact 3.3 Wanderer team comps guide.

Genshin Impact Wanderer Build

1. Wanderer team comps analysis

Swirl bonus passive

Due to his first passive, Wanderer will need two more elements on the team to maximize his damage. Based on the element he swirls, Wanderer will gain the below bonus:

  • Hydro: Flying Point cap increases by 20.
  • Pyro: ATK increases by 30%.
  • Cryo: CRIT Rate increases by 20%.
  • Electro: When Normal and Charged Attacks hit opponents, 0.8 Energy will be restored.

Out of these 4 bonuses, Cryo is likely to be the most valuable, then either pyro or hydro depending on which feels better for his rotations. Electro might be useful to regenerate energy for his Burst.

2. Who are the best teammates for Wanderer?


The first and best support for Wanderer would be Faruzan. She has Anemo RES shred and Anemo DMG boost for teammates. Her second passive also give Anemo characters bonus damage.

Her C6 is an absolutely godly ability - it gives characters buffed by her Burst 40% extra CRIT DMG and the ability to trigger special Anemo arrows on attacks.

Outside of Faruzan, deciding which characters from each element to support him is tricky because his comp needs more than just some elements to swirl. He wants interruption resistance and some form of survivability. A shielder would provide both of those, but the characters he runs also need to drop their elements in such a way that he can swirl both when he takes the stage. So, who fits those criteria?


  • Layla: she has a pretty solid shield that not only has 100% uptime but also lasts the full duration of Wanderer's E and even spits out cryo projectiles for an easy swirl. She has a low-cost burst so she shouldn't need a cryo battery which we won't have room for.
Layla Genshin
Layla is surprisingly solid for a Wanderer team
  • Diona: Also a pretty good shielder, but she doubles as a healer that drops a circle of cryo DoT, which wanderer can swirl. She usually runs a fav bow so she can supply energy. Doesn't deal any real damage, but she does basically everything else we need.
  • Rosaria: A more damage-focused pick, good if you're getting the not-die juice from your fourth slot. Supplies some buffs, and can carry a Favonius Lance. Probably the cryo option I'll go for.
  • Ayaka: top shelf premium grade sub-DPS, but normally she wants another cryo unit and we don't have room. Maybe you could make it work with Amenoma Kageuchi or fav sword, but I don't think I'll be going for it.
  • Ganyu: sub DPS Ganyu, you're a mad lad.


Get A Free Xingqiu
Xingqiu is the Hydro support to use in 99% of situations.
  • Xingqiu: Deals hydro constantly from off-field. Deals decent damage on his own. Heals (a bit). Provides that sweet juicy super armor to keep your new Anemo manlet from getting knocked out of the sky by, ironically, a stiff breeze. Probably the best hydro pick.
  • Yelan: A version of Xingqiu with a better damage boost for the main on-field character. Wanderer could definitely use the 50% bonus damage boost.
  • Mona: maybe not quite as practical as Xingqiu but very fun. She funds herself well, supplies a damage buff via her Q, and makes overworld traversal even more effortless.
  • Kokomi: Constant off-field hydro and healing, but she also has a burst for on-field DPS.
  • Candace: She is a good support for Wanderer. Besides giving buff to his NA dmg, she can also be a hydro applicant in the team. C6 Candace just make Candace even a better hydro applicant.


Bennett Attack
Can't really go wrong with support Bennett.
  • Bennett: Obviously the premier healer and buffer since day 1. Since Wanderer's damage buffs from his E and his signature weapon are dmg% increases, they pair really smoothly with Bennett's flat ATK buff. The only problems with him are that he doesn't provide interruption resistance and that your other team almost certainly wants him, but Bennett is still and will always be goated.
  • Thoma: the pyro counterpart to Diona and Layla. He doesn't do much damage on his own but he drops a fat shield and applies pyro consistently from off-field. Unfortunately, he has a high-cost burst, so funding him could be tricky.
  • Diluc: Don't laugh. Just drop his triple E, maybe Q if you have it up, then dip. Like Ayaka, he's traditionally more of an on-fielder, but with a low burst cost, you can just stuff him in there if you feel like it.
  • Xiangling: The polearm archon, bereft of the space for a pyro battery(Bennett), might struggle a bit here. But on the plus side, her Pyronado stays on the ground even when your character is 15 feet in the air (citation: Xiao).
  • Yoimiya: Wanderer can benefit from Yoimiya's Burst, triggering Pyro swirl and dealing extra damage.


Genshin Impact Fischl And Oz
Triggering Electro swirl with Oz support is simple.
  • Fischl: The quintessential Electro off-field support. Wanderer should be able to swirl electro fairly reliably with OZ support.
  • Dori: Electro application on demand while regenerating energy, allowing Wanderer to skip out on a bit of ER in his build and still able to use his Burst.
  • Raiden: Another powerful character who works with a lot of teams. Allow Wanderer to use his Burst more frequently.

Special Mention

Additionally, Yun Jin also works with Wanderer, but he has to forgo 1 of the bonuses from his passive. She provides a substantial attack speed bonus at C6.

Best Yun Jin Character Builds
Yun Jin provides the much-needed attack speed.

3. Wanderer best team comp

Wanderer + Faruzan + 2 supports

3.3 banner

Overall this is the most optimal team comp for Wanderer. The new Desert Pavilion Chronicle set in 3.3 is the best set for Wanderer and all players who pull him must grind for the set. The best substats are going to be the usual ATK%/Anemo DMG bonus/Crit DMG/Crit Rate. Before getting this set players can use Shimenawa's Reminiscence x4 or Wanderer's Troupe x4.

As usual, Faruzan's artifact set of choice is the Noblesse Oblige. Players probably already have this ready on some of their supports and can switch in right away. Alternatively, players can use Venerer or Millelith.

Is it possible to run a Wanderer team without Faruzan?

Yes, while it is not optimal, Wanderer's skill set is fairly flexible. He's good as long as the supports can apply their elements off-field for him to swirl.

>>> Read more: Genshin Impact Faruzan Build Guide: Best Talents, Gears, And Team Comps