Bane Juan Discard Collector

Discard Deck by Bane Juan (Baine1) – Day 1 Infinite Rank

As Marvel Snap Season Two Love and Thunder just kicked off on July 5, some top players from the first season already punched their ticket to the Infinite rank.

One of those players is Bane Juan, who kept his version of the Discard deck from the previous season to grind the needed 300 Cubes.

Used mostly as a support to the faster decks using Strong Guy, the Discard ability rarely sees play as the core of a deck. In this build, however, Discard is the main focus, receiving some support from mostly the Moon Girl and The Collector combo.

Bane Juan Discard Collector
Created by den
, updated 1 month ago
4x Collection Level 18-214 (Pool 1)
5x Collection Level 222-474 (Pool 2)
3x Collection Level 486+ (Pool 3)
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Here is what Bane Juan had to say about the deck when I asked him on how he was playing it:

The gameplan may vary depending on what you draw, locations and the opponent. Sometimes, you want to boost Swarm and build around him as it also buffs The Collector in the process.

Other times, you want to finish with a big Apocalypse and a few Swarm on the side, and lastly, you can also go for the Dracula finisher where it discards Apocalypse and triggers both Morbius and The Collector as well.

The Collector wasn’t my idea, as I was running a full discard list at first. I saw another top ladder player (I believe Kilingor) play the card and took the idea, so props to him for finding this synergy.

I believe this deck is really strong in the current iteration, can beat most current top lists when the draws and locations aren’t favoring one player in particular.

A counter I have noted so far is decks with Wave or Leech.

More decks are coming your way from the community in the next few days as players are looking to grind back to the highest rank, stay tuned as we share those as well as the pilot’s insights!

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Den has been in love with strategy games for as long as he can remember, starting with the Heroes of Might and Magic series as a kid. Card games came around the middle school - Yu-Gi-Oh! and then Magic: The Gathering.

Hearthstone and Legends of Runeterra has been his real breakthrough and he has been a coach, writer, and caster on the French scene for many years now. He now coaches aspiring pro players and writes various articles on these games.

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