Legion, a proper Omega-level mutant with a bit of a fragmented psyche, is the latest card to be released by Marvel Snap developers.
Players from around the world are buzzing with excitement to dive into the potential and strategies he brings to the battlefield now that he’s joined the meta.
Legion: Stats and Abilities Overview
- Series: 4
- Cost: 5
- Power: 8
- On Reveal: Replace each other location with this one.
Legion is a unique card with high variability and a surprise factor, making him an exciting addition. But let me tell you, I’m a bit worried about the impact this card could have on the game. Especially when he teams up with Storm, things can get downright chaotic!
Legion’s Impact on the Meta
The introduction of Legion has sparked a bit of debate and concern among players about his potential impact on the game’s meta. Some have already noticed a proper powerful combo with Storm, giving them the chance to flood a location, and then Legion swoops in and replicates that flooded spot to other areas.
Now, that combo, it’s been a right pain in the neck for some, but It’s locking out the game on turn six, making opponents play in specific ways, and, that could potentially spoil the whole experience, if you ask me!
Now, don’t you get me wrong, Legion’s got some cheeky interactions, like benefiting from cards like Sunspot, Nebula, or the high Evo package of Misty Night and Cyclops. And with cards like Jeff and Nightcrawler, you can shuffle your stats around and pull off some blooming surprise moves on turn six.
But here’s the thing – it can be right frustrating for your opponent. They might feel like there’s nothing they can do. It’s like playing the devil’s advocate, forcing our opponents to retreat and rethink their strategies.
Mind you, there are counters to this Legion deck, like a well-timed Killmonger play, but even then, it can create chokeholds on the game. This can mess with the meta, and honestly, it don’t feel fair to those on the receiving end of this treasure hunt.
I’ve had a fair bit of success with this deck, boasting a north of 50% win rate through me first 23 games. But keep in mind, this is just a day one unrefined list.
Things may change as players adapt to it and refine their own strategies against it. If Legion and Storm become a popular combo, we might see an uprising of players, dissatisfied with the lockout experience on turn six.
Now, let’s dig into the best Marvel Snap Legion Storm deck.
Marvel Snap Legion Storm Deck Guide
Here are the list of cards that I have in my Legion deck:
- Misty Night
- Jean Gray
- High Evolutionary
- America Chavez
Legion Deck Strategy
- Flood locations with Storm and copy them with Legion on turn five.
- High Evo package (Misty Night, Cyclops) benefits from skipping turns.
- Jeff and Nightcrawler provide surprising moves on turn six.
- Stay alert of counters like Killmonger that can disrupt your combo.
The Legion deck has got quite the potential for dominating the meta. It might be a jolly good time for them treasure seekers, but it could throw off the game’s balance, no doubt.
You got to keep a keen eye on how the meta evolves and adjust your strategies accordingly.