Meta snapshot #39
One of the best seasons in which I came to write an introduction and part of the decks for you. Glad to see devo decks back in our snapshot.
Both the Syndicate and Monsters as well as Nilfgaard can offer decks consisting only of faction cards.
Coin-hungry players can still climb the ladder with the support of Acherontia and Ixora, making it one of the most control-heavy decks and also one of the best of the season. For fans of the already known witch hunters there will also be a list.
The old well-known guest assimilation is here again, but this time, devo version. However, we recommend everyone to try the new version of Imperial Formation. Undoubtedly, this year belongs to this leader. The deck guarantees both high pace and an incredibly large amount of control.
My favorite archetype is back in Scoia’tael. Elves with traps. Thanks to the cards from the last drop, greedy elves have become the best choice for lovers of this faction. The list with traps is better than strictly elves, but for players who value some dignity at home, it may seem a more reasonable choice.
The Northern Realms continuously boast two archetypes. Shupe with Mutagenerator and Priestesses. The latter, however, have undergone through a kind of upgrade … or at least something new and fresh appeared in them. The list got rid of artifacts and special cards in favor of Renfri and her gang. It’s worth a try because it’s really good and it’s fun to play, as with every NR deck.
In monsters, we have the golden age of these classic archetypes… except maybe vampires. Both Deathwish and Wild Hunt have been doing well for many seasons on the ladder, and Relics have unexpectedly been added to the roster. Everyone will find something for themselves.
Force of Nature
Rage of the sea
Writers, consultants, and editors:
Gandalf0271, Truzky, Kaneki_Yamori, Puzzle_Express, Rata_Mahatta, Moshcraft, T1mMy, Gregory_Black, ArtNhr, Electric000, Artem.Klyq, and TroVNut.