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Best Alioth Decks In Marvel Snap

These are the best Alioth decks in Marvel Snap!
Best Alioth Decks In Marvel Snap

Alioth is a six-cost, five-power card in Marvel Snap that, on reveal, will destroy all enemy cards played here this turn (including unrevealed cards). Alioth is an incredibly powerful game-winning card that, so long as you are winning in a certain location or down by four power, will almost guarantee your victory. 

Alioth is also a great card because it does not rely on turn priority. Typically, having negative turn priority in Marvel Snap is better because it allows tech cards to counter enemy cards in play. However, Alioth can destroy face-down cards as well, which is something akin to a location like Fisk Tower. 

So, if you are ready to start using Alioth in Marvel Snap, you've come to the right place. This article will cover the best Alioth decks in Marvel Snap, including deck lists, strategies, and more!

Marvel Snap Knull Card
Use Alioth in a Destroy deck with Knull. (Picture: Nuverse)

Best Alioth Decks In Marvel Snap

The best Alioth decks in Marvel Snap are hard to pin down. Typically, players will want to run Alioth in a deck that can constantly remain ahead on the board. Destroying cards before they are revealed is a surefire way to ensure that no On Reveal shenanigans can mess up your final turn play. 

Destroy Deck

While it may seem counterintuitive to run Alioth in a Destroy deck, there are ways for this card to shine. For example, getting Alioth onto the board earlier using enablers like Wave, will allow this card to continue doing its job of setting up for late-game finishers. Alioth can still do wonders in all kinds of destroy decks. 

Destroy Deck List:

Good Cards Lockdown Deck

Marvel Snap Professor X Card
Use Alioth with Professor X. (Picture: Nuverse)

As mentioned, Alioth works very well if you can maintain a lead on the board. Alioth shares a lot of characteristics with the pre-nerf Aero, in that if you are ahead in at least two locations going into the final turn, you pretty much win the game. 

By locking down certain locations, you can guarantee where your opponent will play in the final turns of the game. Even if you end up losing in either a flooded or locked down location, so long as you are winning in at least one of them, Alioth will usually be enough to secure victory in the final location (provided you are not losing by a huge amount). 

Good Cards Lockdown Deck List:

And these are the best Alioth decks in Marvel Snap!

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