News Marvel Snap tip: Discover our tier list of top decks by Pool to reach Infinite rank!
Published on 08/11/2022 at 16:41
In Marvel Snap there are many cards, but also several pools. In short, it is easy to find yourself completely lost. Fortunately, we are going to help you see more clearly in this tier list article of the best decks in the game according to your current pool.
La tier list du Pool 1
To be fixed, remember that Pool 1 of Marvel Snap, it starts from the moment you reach collection level 18 and you will stay there until you reach level 214. The cards obtained are the same for all players, but they are not in the same order!
If we had to recommend only one deck for this Pool 1, it would be the Discard deck. Indeed, it is very simple to set up, with mechanics that do not require a great understanding of the game to be applied correctly. Well mastered, it will easily allow you to win games.
If we were to recommend a second deck for this level of play, it would be towards the Odin deck that we would direct you. Here too, the mechanics are not so complicated, even if the placement is a little more important and especially Odin can allow you to completely surprise your opponents by overthrowing a game.
La tier list du Pool 2
Once you have exceeded level 214 you will arrive in a new pool, the second which this time will last until collectible level 474. As with the previous Pool, everyone has the same cards, but not necessarily in the same order.
The deck that caught our attention in this Pool 2 is the Devil Dinosaur. It’s a deck focused on controlling the different squares before giving the finishing blow, either using the Devil Dinosaur or The Infinaut which are cards that exceed 10 power.
The other deck that we recommend is that of Movement because it is not only very strong, but it makes it quite difficult for your opponents to read your next moves. Be careful though, it’s a deck that requires flawless placement to be fully exploited.
La Tier List du Pool 3
In the future, new pools are going to be added to the game, but in the meantime, we only have three. As for how it works, we don’t change a winning team and we find the same system with the same cards for everyone, but not in the same order.
Did you like our Pool 1 version of the Discard deck? If so, you might love this new version which is based on cards like Hela, the Ghost Rider or even Dracula which each benefit from having you discard cards.
Do you like destroying cards and being able to play very powerful characters? Then the second deck that we are going to present to you should please you. Indeed, it offers you to play no less than two cards with a base power greater than 10 in the same game. This deck is the Daredevil Destroyer.
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