First, dont be so picky on wording, midtange and tempo are nigh interchangeable in this scenario.
If I wanted to be a smartass, I could point out that tempo is a strategy, because it is a plan of action to take in a certain event. (IE. this matchup needs me to make more tempo plays, thats my plan, because I need to take board or Ill be steamrolled)
A tactic is a thought of a response in case a specific thing happens, not an overall gameplan. (IE. im saving this daemonic lure in case he plays Thorn)
Also, tempo can be used interchangeably with midrange BECAUSE its a gameplan, and thats what a decktype is. Both midrange and tempo mean playing for and holding board presence.
Second, in a meta where accumulonimbus exists and many other strong aggressive decks do as well such as aggro cassy, and combo decks AND basic deci spikes package etc yes wanderer is a slower deck compared to these decks, and even maehve is faster. The reason that sees no play rn is because its bbs plays into its hardest matchups. I specifically mentioned wanderer as a highroller deck so its pretty obvious I addressed flash reincarnation and ramp similar to it. If they have it it becomes a much much harder matchup sure, but you can say the same thing for many other decks (ie accumulonimbus). One copy of a card does not make a more slow deck suddenly an extremely fast one, even 4 copies of a card wont do that. Keeping board is not a walk in the park my friend, and without it wanderer loses.
Wanderers biggest weaknesses are
A.-tending to often want for that last damage push while the control or clmbo player is readying to drop the win con. (AKA often being slow to finish)
B- relying on board heavily
C- being very weak to aggressive decks
When I said I have beat wanderer, of course I know every deck loses. I was simply making a point of how losing to frustrating decks/cards can feel like it makes a deck impossible to beat to some players. I was simply saying wanderer doesnt deserve a nerf, and it is easily beat like other decks.
This is a rant thread, which obviously shows how personal experience causes variables in opinion. You know everyone knew what I was saying, nitpicking to waste my time to type this is more frustrating than lasercats.