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Best Warpath Decks In Marvel Snap

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

Warpath is a criminally underrated card in Marvel Snap. Warpath is a four-cost five-power card with the Ongoing ability; if one of your other locations is empty, this gains four additional power. This makes Warpath a four-cost nine-power card with no immediate downside! These stats are comparable to something like Maximus or She-Hulk but without the downside of having to float energy or allow your opponent to draw two cards. The only issue with Warpath is that it essentially forces you to give up on a location. However, if your deck can play around this, Warpath becomes a great inclusion.

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

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Warpath works great in a Spectrum deck. (Picture: Nuverse)

Best Warpath Decks In Marvel Snap

The best Warpath decks in Marvel Snap are Ongoing decks. Unfortunately, for as powerful as Warpath is, completely giving up on a location and expressly telegraphing that fact to your opponent is rarely a winning strategy. 

Ongoing decks are great because they usually only compete for two of the three locations anyway. This is done by playing powerful cards that can overkill a location, such as Warpath, Iron Man, and Professor X. Then, using Spectrum and Destroyer to win the game in the end. 

Standard Ongoing Deck

As mentioned, Ongoing decks will compete for dominance over a single location in the early game with cards like Ant-Man, Warpath, and Professor X. Then, after securely attaining victory in one or two locations, players can choose to win the game with either Destroyer or Spectrum. The great thing about this deck is the versatility with win conditions.

Standard Ongoing Deck List:

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Spectrum and Destroyer are great in Ongoing decks. (Picture: Nuverse)

Daredevil Deck 

A great variation of the typical Ongoing archetype is one that uses Daredevil. Daredevil and Professor X go hand-in-hand, allowing players to confidently play the powerful five-drop card without having to worry about it backfiring. Usually, playing Professor X is a bit of a gamble, as three-power may not be enough to win a location by itself. Because of this, Professor X usually has to lock down the lane containing your other powerful cards. Daredevil's foresight allows you to sneak victories in empty locations with Professor X.

Daredevil Deck List:

And these are the best Warpath Decks in Marvel Snap!

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