Marvel Snap: Best Kitty Pryde decks

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Marvel Snap’s Days of Future Past season is coming to a close but not before the release of one more new card. Making her way into the game today is Kitty Pryde, the latest X-Men to join the game and the final release in Series Five.

For those unfamiliar with the mutant, Kitty Pryde is one of the youngest X-Men, but also one of Marvel’s most notable and powerful female heroes. Kitty has the ability to pass through solid matter.

In Marvel Snap, Kitty Pryde is a one-cost card with 0 power with an ability that reflects her phasing power. You can return her card to your hand and it will gain +2 power. So in theory, playing Kitty each turn could result in a one-cost, eight-power card on your final turn.

It’s recommended that you pair Kitty with cards that love playing low-cost cards multiple times, such as Bishop or Angela. So what sort of decks should you play Kitty Pryde in?

Best Kitty Pryde decks in Marvel Snap

Naturally, Kitty Pryde seems to fit best in Bounce Decks. A bounce deck involves returning cards to your hand to buff them or other cards currently on the field. A recommended Bounce Deck with Kitty Pryde also features:

  • The Hood
  • Agent 13
  • Mantis
  • Quinjet
  • The Collector
  • Beast
  • Maria Hill
  • Sentinel
  • Agent Coulson
  • Moon Girl
  • Devil Dinosaur
  • Kitty Pryde

Kitty Pryde is also a good fit for Zoo Decks. These are decks that are typically low-cost, allowing you to swarm the board and buff them throughout the game. Recommended Zoo deck cards include:

  • Ant-Man
  • Bast
  • Kazar
  • Nightcrawler
  • Blue Marvel
  • Sunspot
  • Iceman
  • Beast
  • Quinjet
  • Okoye
  • Angela
  • Beast
  • Mojo
  • Mysterio
  • Bishop
  • Sera/America Chavez
  • Kitty Pryde

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Kitty Pryde is currently in the token shop for 6,000 credits. She definitely has the potential to be a strong, low-cost character if played in the right decks. Let us know your thoughts on the latest Marvel Snap card and what kind of deck you plan on running with her.