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Strongest Cards To Use In Marvel Snap: Strategies, Deck Lists, & More

If you are trying to reach Infinite rank in Marvel Snap, you NEED these cards!
Strongest Cards To Use In Marvel Snap: Strategies, Deck Lists, & More

Marvel Snap is a fun and free-to-play card battler with beautiful artwork and over 200 cards to collect. Its ranking system allows players to duel and progress from Bronze to Infinity rank, earning rewards and bragging rights along the way. If you want to become a top player in Marvel Snap, you're in luck! This guide will detail some of the strongest Marvel Snap cards to get you started.

Like any other card game, some cards are inherently better than others. This isn't to say that your favorite deck is bad. Ultimately, playing with cards you enjoy should be the main goal. Additionally, while some cards are strong in a vacuum, others can dominate the meta but only when used in conjunction with a supporting deck.

Strongest Cards To Use In Marvel Snap

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Cards are divided into separate pools in Marvel Snap. (Picture: Nuverse)


During your early days in Marvel Snap, you won't have many cards available to create a strong deck. That is why zoo decks (an archetype that relies on low-cost minions) are great for newcomers. For example, you can take all of your one- and two-cost cards and make them incredibly powerful in a Kazar and Blue Marvel deck. 

Killmonger is here to curb-stomp zoo decks prevalent throughout pools one and two. Killmonger will destroy all other one-cost cards on the field, and dropping this bad boy on turn six after snapping against an unsuspecting zoo deck will have you climbing in no time. 

Check out an example Killmonger deck below:

  • Iron Fist
  • Yondu
  • Forge
  • Cloak
  • Killmonger
  • Vulture
  • Shang-Chi
  • Enchantress
  • Warpath
  • Leech
  • Gamora
  • Heimdall


Killmonger is such a threat because of the dominance of Kazar zoo decks in the lower pools. Kazar buffs all of your one-cost cards, allowing you to swarm each location with annoyingly powerful cards. You can also increase the power of Kazar zoo decks by using Blue Marvel or Onslaught to buff your cards even further. 

Check out an example Kazar deck below:

  • Ant-Man
  • Elektra
  • Squirrel Girl
  • Iceman
  • Nightcrawler
  • Angela
  • Okoye
  • Nakia
  • Captain America
  • Kazar
  • Blue Marvel 
  • Onslaught
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What is your favorite card in Marvel Snap? (Picture: Nuverse)


Hulk's massive twelve power dominates pool one. However, at the higher ranks, She-Hulk is where it's at. Still maintaining great stats for the cost, She-Hulk also costs less depending on the excess energy from your last turn. 

She-Hulk can be great in a deck involving Discard mechanics due to her high power when she returns to the field, but it works well in decks that seek to skip turns for huge power plays. When used with Sunspot or The Infinaut, She-Hulk will win more games than you can count!

Check out an example She-Hulk deck below:

  • Ant-Man
  • Sunspot
  • Iceman
  • Titania
  • Star Lord
  • Armor
  • Cosmo
  • Moon Girl
  • Magik
  • America Chavez
  • She-Hulk
  • The Infinaut


Despite having a deceptively simple ability, Wong's ability to double the On Reveal abilities of your cards gives this card so much versatility. As a result, Wong is one of the most sought-after cards in the game, thanks to the many combos it enables. 

Wong works great in any deck with powerful On Reveal abilities. Additionally, cards like White Tiger and Odin are great for establishing a powerful board, while cards like Iceman and Scorpion are great disruptors. 

Check out an example Wong deck below:

  • Sunspot
  • Iceman
  • Scorpion
  • Ironheart
  • Wolfsbane
  • Storm
  • Jubilee
  • Wong
  • White Tiger
  • Gamora
  • Odin
  • America Chavez

And these are some of the strongest cards you can use in Marvel Snap!