Pool One Onslaught Kazoo by Expo1

Today's Deck Highlight covers another new player friendly deck: Kazoo. However, HowlingMines has found a list with a twist - using Onslaught as your finisher!

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Today’s decklist is a Pool-One Kazoo list with a twist – it has Onslaught as the big top-end finisher! This was a list submitted by a few different players, but I first saw it in our discord server from user Expo1:

Pool One Deck Feature – Kazoo x Onslaught
Created by HowlingMines
, updated 1 month ago
3x Collection Level 1-14
6x Collection Level 18-214 (Pool 1)
2x Recruit Season
1x Starter Card
2.4
Cost
0-
1
2
3
4
5+
2.3
Power
0-
1
2
3
4
5+

Kazoo is commonly believed to be one of the more powerful, linear decks in the game, and one that many new players choose to begin their Marvel Snap journey with, however, it’s very cool to see some innovation in the deck as early as Pool One. Traditionally, many players use America Chavez as the big finish in Ka-Zoo, to make sure you have a powerful play on turn 6, and don’t risk losing your payoff to a card like Blade. However, Expo1 has realised that the deck already has many cards you’d rather not lose to Blade anyway, such as Blue Marvel and Ka-Zar, so why not just play more powerful cards to make up for the fact you may lose one?

Onslaught offers the ability to double the effects of all your most powerful cards – Blue Marvel and Ka-Zar carry the deck, offering board-wide anthems to all of your cheap units, so why not play a six-cost card that offers us more of that effect? Sometimes, Onslaught can even duplicate both of those effects, or additional value effects such as Captain America or Ant-Man. I feel like this makes Onslaught a very powerful addition to this deck, and certainly one worth exploring over America Chavez.

Beyond that, the traditional Ka-Zoo shell remains as powerful as ever. Your goal is just to play as many cheap units as possible, so you can overwhelm locations once your anthem effects increase all their power. If you’re looking to rank up quickly and early, Kazoo is likely the deck for you.

We had some great games in the showcase video, besting a Ka-Zar mirror, and even putting the pain to some Pool Three cards!

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HowlingMines
HowlingMines

HowlingMines is the Operations Manager of DotGG and many of their sister sites, such as MTGAZone and Marvel Snap Zone!

A TCG Specialist for over a decade, he now looks to share sweet decks, detailed articles, and help upcoming creators grow!

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