Shuri is an incredibly formidable card in Marvel Snap that can be incorporated into various decks. In this article, we will explore three of the most powerful combos and decks that make use of Shuri.
Shuri Card Ability in Marvel Snap
Shuri is a 4-cost, 2-power card that possesses an On Reveal effect. This means that the power of the next card played after Shuri will be doubled. This card complements high-power cards perfectly, enabling you to dominate a particular location. Some ideal candidates to pair with Shuri include her in-universe brother Black Panther, as well as She-Hulk, Red Skull, or Nimrod.
Shuri + Stature Deck
The combination of Shuri and Stature is an immensely powerful finishing move that can secure a location when executed correctly. Stature is a 5-cost, 7-power card, so utilizing Shuri’s ability to double its power to 14 creates a highly impactful move. However, the combo becomes even more potent when combined with Black Bolt.
Stature has an ability that reduces its cost to 1 if the opponent has discarded a card during the game. This allows you to play Stature alongside another lower-cost card like Polaris, especially if your opponent is utilizing a Discard deck. Black Bolt, who forces your opponent to discard one of their cards, also unlocks Stature for 1-cost.
By following up this enhanced Stature with cards like She-Hulk or Taskmaster, you can unleash an extraordinary amount of power at a single location.
Here is the full Shuri + Stature deck:
- Rocket Raccoon
- Captain Marvel
- Black Bolt
Shuri Destroyer Deck
The next deck that features Shuri combines her with Nimrod and the Destroyer to control two potent locations. In the event that Shuri’s On Reveal ability is countered by a card like Cosmo, this deck has a built-in win condition with Galactus.
The primary strategy involves playing Shuri on turn four, Nimrod on turn five (doubling its power to 10), and then playing Destroyer on turn six to eliminate Nimrod and place that 10-power card on the other two locations. To further enhance the power of the deck, include other Destroyer cards like Bucky Barnes, Wolverine, and Nova. If you need to play Galactus, you’ll have Carnage, Venom, and Doctor Octopus to help control that specific location.
Here are all the cards in the Shuri Destroyer deck:
- Bucky Barnes
- Negasonic Teenage Warhead
- Doctor Octopus
Shuri + Zero Deck
The final deck combines two cards that may initially appear incompatible: Shuri and Zero. Zero is a 1-cost, 3-power card that removes the abilities from the next card played. Therefore, it is crucial to avoid playing Zero after Shuri when sequencing the cards in this deck.
The goal is to play Zero before a high-powered card with a negative ability like Titania or Red Skull, and then play Shuri right before She-Hulk (or vice versa). This deck provides multiple ways to deploy a single, potent card in one lane and, at minimum, replicate its power in another location with Taskmaster.
Here are all the cards needed in the Shuri + Zero deck:
- Red Skull
That concludes our exploration of the best Shuri decks in Marvel Snap. With these powerful combinations at your disposal, you’ll have a competitive edge in the game. Stay tuned for more Marvel Snap strategies and tips!
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