So, you pulled Super Skrull as your first Pool 4 card in Marvel Snap, huh? Well, to cut a long story short, this card is not very good. Super Skrull copies the Ongoing abilities of all enemy cards on the field. As you can imagine, if your opponent is running a Devil Dinosaur, Darkhawk, and Iron Man combo, Super Skrull is absolutely incredible. However, more often than not, your opponent will be playing little to no Ongoing cards, making Super Skrull absolutely useless.
However, if you are determined to make this card worth it and have enough copium to keep you sane while praying for a buff through your losing streak, we have the information you need! This article will cover the best Super Skrull decks in Marvel Snap to get you to Infinite Rank, including deck lists, strategies, and more!
Best Super Skrull Decks in Marvel Snap
Because Super Skrull only recently dropped from Pool 5 to Pool 4, there has not been a lot of testing for this card. Those who were unlucky enough to pull him quickly sent him to the bench, while those at lower Collection Levels wouldn't dare waste their precious Tokens on him.
That being said, the general consensus regarding Super Skrull seems to be that he works best in decks as a tech card for Ongoing enemy cards. Super Skrull may win you the game in this regard, but he will never be a reliable primary win condition. As such, he needs to be in a deck that already has a game plan in mind but one that can substitute him in as necessary.
Mister Negative Deck
Super Skrull sees niche play in decks that also run Mister Negative. Mister Negative is able to offset the terrible stats of Super Skrull, allowing you to play him into a location without much of a downside. Playing Super Skrull for four Energy is a big commitment, but Mister Negative and Zabu allow you to get him onto the field for a much cheaper price. This deck also utilizes the Silver Surfer engine for multiple win conditions.
Mister Negative Deck List:
- Silver Surfer
- Mister Negative
- Super Skrull
- Iron Man
Despite falling out of popularity in the recent season, Ongoing Destroyer is still a reliable archetype with a simple game plan that is able to collect cubes. This deck uses tons of Ongoing cards and tries to win in two out of the three locations. By playing powerful cards early, like Warpath and Professor X, you can choose to finish the game with either Spectrum or Destroyer, depending on the situation.
This particular iteration switches things up, including a few more tech cards, such as Bucky Barnes and Nova, which want to be destroyed by Destroyer's on-reveal ability (where you would usually protect your other cards with Armor).
Ongoing Deck List:
- Bucky Barnes
- Super Skrull
- Professor X
And these are the best Super Skrull decks in Marvel Snap!
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