The collectible card game Marvel Snap is about building a powerful deck of your favorite Marvel characters to take on other players. Each deck you create has only 12 cards, and battles last just six rounds. But fighting for three randomized locations makes it a different tactical experience every time. Lady Sif is a character many players talk about, and rightly so. Here we’ll discuss how to use Lady Sif in Marvel Snap.
How to get Lady Sif in Marvel Snap
You get more unique cards in your collection as you play games of Marvel Snap. In a slightly randomized way, you'll get all the cards from Pool One first. Lady Sif is a Pool One card, so she will be one of the first 50 cards you get while playing. Her ability is On Reveal, discard the highest-cost card from your hand. This makes Lady Sif super useful to use in any discard deck, and there are enough cards in Pool One to make her a good choice, even for beginners.
The classic pairing for a Lady Sif deck is with Apocalypse. Apocalypse is a six-cost card with eight Power. But if you discard it from your hand, it comes back to your hand with plus four Power. Meaning playing Apocalypse in round six is pretty sure to win whichever lane it enters. You can include Sword Master (discard a card from your hand) to add four more Power to Apocalypse. While adding America Chavez (you always draw her on turn six) gives you a security blanket if you never draw Apocalypse.
Other Pool One cards that work well in a Lady Sif deck are Blade (discard a card from your hand) and Wolverine (if discarded, play at a random location). In contrast, disruption cards such as Korg (shuffles a Rock into their deck) and Elektra (on reveal, kills a one-cost card at her location) will keep your opponent off balance.