Powerhouse

Powerhouse Deck – Infinite Rank – Heroes for Hire Season – August 2022

Introduction

In today’s Deck Highlight, we feature a deck by Valentine, based on SuperTechGod’s Cube Rush winning decklist. It makes use of the new season card Daredevil, as well as a whole lot of cool synergies and strategies that Valentine covers to bring in your big beefy cards in the detailed guide below!

Powerhouse
Created by Valentine
, updated 1 month ago
2x Collection Level 18-214 (Pool 1)
5x Collection Level 222-474 (Pool 2)
3x Collection Level 486+ (Pool 3)
1x Season Pass
1x Starter Card
4.5
Cost
0-
1
2
3
4
5+
6.7
Power
0-
1
2
3
4
5+

This a modified list based on SuperTechGod’s Cube Rush winning decklist. A fun deck that help me hit Infinite rank this season!

Strategy:

The newly introduced Daredevil allows us to make a strong Turn 5. Storm and Vision help us lock down a location. Jubilee and/or a Lady Sif + Ghost Rider combo can “cheat” out our big 6+ cost cards to hit big power in locations (They also thin out our deck!). Lady Sif is best used to discard Death since we normally can’t cover her 9-cost on any turn. Shang-Chi is a tech for destroying our opponents powerful cards and Domino helps us not dead draw in the early game. Magneto can be a powerful final turn play to manipulate our opponents board for the win. 

Turn 1: We don’t have any 1 cost cards so unless there’s a location that gives us extra Energy we pass turn.

Turn 2: You will always draw Domino this turn due to her ability. I usually play Daredevil instead if we have him because his ability allows us to make a powerful play later on Turn 5. He can be played on other turns prior to Turn 5 but there are other cards that may be stronger on Turn 3 or 4. Lady Sif could be played this turn but we prefer to hide my intentions with this deck and you may not have a good discard target on this turn either way. Based on the locations on the board, and if we have Storm in our hand, we consider playing our 2-cost in a location we plan to also play our Storm.

Turn 3: We likely play Storm here if we have it. We want to put her in a location where our opponent hasn’t, or likely won’t, commit to (i.e.: Jotunheim is location that most players will avoid and we can surprise them with a Storm that changes the location for us). 

Turn 4: We can use Ghost Rider here if we already used Lady Sif in a prior turn to “cheat” out whatever card she discarded. We could also use Jubilee here to possibly pull out a powerful 5+ cost card out of the deck [Note: Beware of what’s left in the deck when you play her cause you can also pull out a card that isn’t ideal]. Shang-Chi only if there’s already a 9+ Power card out on your opponents side of the board.

Turn 5: A crucial turn. Ideally we have Daredevil out before this turn so we can see what our opponent plays this turn. Shang-Chi if they drop a big 9+ Power card. Vision if we need him to move into Storm’s Flooded location on Turn 6. We can also use Jubilee or Ghost Rider if necessary. 

Turn 6+: Magneto is a crazy good Final Turn play. We can often win a location with is his 12 Power but we also pull out our opponents 3-cost 4-cost from other locations to possibly win those too. This ability works exceptionally well with a Flooded location that they are beating us in since we know they wont be able to add cards there. Another great Turn 6 play is to combo Lady Sif + Ghost Rider (play in that order). With Ghost Rider he can resurrect a powerful 6+ cost card that Lady Sif discarded. We have other strong 6 cost cards in deck so play what ever feels optimal.

Possible Substitutes: SuperTechGod’s original list had Sunspot in place of Domino. He also had Giganto in his list instead of Magneto, but I don’t have him yet. I think Giganto can work in this list but I would use him to replace Hulk since Magneto has proven to be very strong in this list for me. 

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