Kamala Khan enters Marvel Snap with the November season pass and makes a place for herself as a great boost card. If you want to build around her, check out the best Ms. Marvel decks in Marvel Snap below.
What cards work best with Ms. Marvel in Marvel Snap?
There are 12 spots you can fill in Marvel Snap, and you need to make every single one count to win. And no, you can't always pick your favorites, even though I would love to only pick Spidey and Jane Foster. You need to have a plan, so here are some of the best Ms. Marvel decks for different strategies.
Protection Squad Deck
This deck aims to protect Ms. Marvel and boost the overall power of your cards.
Replacement cards for the Protection Squad Deck
You can replace Ravonna Renslayer with:
- Nebula / Jeff the Babyland Shark / Nightcrawler instead of Ravonna Renslayer.
- Namor instead of Iron Lad.
The two protectors in this deck are Invisible Woman and Cosmo, and you should play whoever comes first. With Invisible Woman you hide all of your hards at a location until the end while Cosmo prevents all On Reveal abilities like Rogue's. It's also good to get your own Rogue, just in case you can steal the opponent team's Ms. Marvel text or from another powerful card.
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When stacking power, stack Onslaught and Klaw, for a +12 power boost on a location to the right. The best placement for them would be to the left so you can place Ms. Marvel in the middle and have her boost them in return. Iron Man would also be great in that middle location for a double power boost.
The second deck focuses on controlling the locations and your opponent.
Replacement cards for the Lockdown/Control Deck
- Klaw instead of Spectrum / Onslaught.
- Sunspot instead of Nebula / Jeff the Babyland Shark.
- Nightcrawler instead of Jeff the Babyland Shark.
You can lock down a location with two cards, Storm or Professor X. Again, play whichever comes first. Professor X locks down a location by banning any further card additions, removals, and steals. You must play Ms. Marvel before Professor X to protect her. Storm, however, will flood a location and still allow you one more turn, so play Ms. Marvel right after.
Try to place Mister Fantastic and Ms. Marvel in the middle location before locking it down to get the biggest power boost to your left and right locations.
To further establish your control, place Green Goblin, my favorite card for the pure chaos of messing with the opponent. Try to estimate the biggest power location for the enemy and place the Green Goblin there to reduce the opponent's power by three.
Good Cards Deck
This deck is just a good overall combination of cards, doing both control and destruction.
Replacement cards for the Good Cards deck
- Storm instead of Cosmo.
- Medusa instead of Jeff.
Nebula and Sunspot are good opening cards, generating power with each turn. America Chavez is used as a deck thinner, increasing your chances of getting some good cards at the start of the match. And you know she is going to show up at turn six so you can plan out a strategy as the game progresses.
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Alioth and Legion are great endgame cards once you can see most of what your opponent has to offer. Alioth destroys all enemy cards at a location, while Legion switches your and your opponent's cards.
Should you get Ms. Marvel in Marvel Snap?
Ms. Marvel can be acquired on the season pass of Marvel Snap, and I would say she is worth getting. She is a great power boost for two locations, but there is a catch. All of the cards in one location must have different costs for the power boost to be active. You can absolutely work around that, however, as you usually won't be bringing all characters of the same cost anyway, but mixing it up.
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