Elsa Bloodstone is our newest addition to the Marvel Snapiverse(?). She’s included as part of the latest Season Pass card for the month of October 2023. So far she’s shaping up to be an excellent addition to anyone’s deck.
Elsa Bloodstone Synergy: How to make her even more powerful
Elsa Bloodstone is shaping up to be a very impactful card in Marvel Snap. She has the potential to reach 2/8 Power very easily and consistently, which is comparable to Angela, a card that is already widely used in many decks.
Here are some tips on how to make Elsa Bloodstone even more powerful:
- Play cards that can be played multiple times. For example, cards like Squirrel Girl and Bishop can be played on multiple locations, which means that Elsa’s ability will trigger multiple times.
- Use cards that move your opponent’s cards. Cards like Aero and Spider-Man can move your opponent’s cards to new locations. If your opponent moves a card to a location where Elsa is already present, her ability will still trigger.
- Draw Elsa late in the game. Elsa’s ability is still powerful even if you draw her late in the game. This is because you can still get value from her ability by playing cards on the board.
One advantage that Elsa has over Angela is that you can draw her late in the game and still get value from her ability. Angela, on the other hand, is better if you want to get Power early in the game so that you can battle for priority.
Overall, Elsa Bloodstone is a very powerful card with a lot of potential. By following the tips above, you can make her even more powerful and use her to dominate your opponents.
Elsa Bloodstone Move Card List
# (1) Kitty Pryde
# (1) Nightcrawler
# (2) Elsa Bloodstone
# (2) Kraven
# (2) Jeff the Baby Land Shark
# (2) Silk
# (3) Jean Grey
# (3) Spider-Man
# (4) Captain Marvel
# (4) Miles Morales
# (5) Vision
# (6) Alioth
# To use this deck, copy it to your clipboard and paste it from the deck editing menu in Snap.
How to Play the Elsa Bloodstone Move Deck
This deck takes the current move shell and adds Elsa Bloodstone to it. Most move decks have moved away from Jean Grey, but with Elsa, the card may see a comeback.
The idea of this deck is to lockdown your opponent to one lane while you use your move cards to spread your power and gain priority. Once you have achieved this, you can use Alioth as your turn 6 finisher to close out the game.
This deck has a lot of flexibility. You can use your move cards to control the board and gain priority. You can also use them to attack your opponent’s locations directly.
Once you have locked your opponent down to one lane, you can use your finishers to close out the game. Alioth is also a good choice because he can deal a lot of damage to your opponent’s locations.