Marvel Midnight Suns balancing deck
  • Tips and Tricks for Balancing Your Deck in Marvel Midnight Suns

    Balancing your deck with a mix of attacks
    Using movement and positioning wisely in battle

    • Early into Marvel Midnight Suns, there's a temptation to create a deck exclusively filled with hard-hitting cards. When you see an ability like The Hunter's Bladestorm attack that can inflict huge damage and knock enemies halfway across the arena, it feels like a no-brainer to stack as many of these powerful attacks as possible in an effort to up the damage potential of your deck.

      • However, the game's most devastating cards always require a certain amount of heroism to perform. Your heroism level is displayed in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen and is increased by defeating or damaging enemies with attacks that don't require heroism. That mostly means relying on quick attacks or standard attacks to build up your meter and unleash your best moves.

      • As a result, you'll want to make sure your deck has attacks that are easy to pull off but deal low damage in order to build heroism,

    • Alongside being able to attack three times and redraw two cards, you'll also notice you're able to move once. This may seem trivial at first; you can already move anywhere on the battlefield while attacking, so what does it matter? The truth is, movement and positioning are two of the most crucial aspects you need to consider to make the most out of every turn.

      • When using a knockback ability or an environmental attack, you'll be able to maximise its potential by considering what's around the enemy you wish to bring down. With a knockback, you may notice a generator or explosive can be hit if your hero attacks from a certain angle, upping the damage inflicted when the enemy hits it.

      • Meanwhile, with an environmental attack, you may be able to hit several enemies instead of one by changing where your hero is stood before utilising a stray pillar or crate.

      • When pointing your cursor over the spot you intend to move to, you'll see green projections indicating the range your hero will be able to knock back an enemy if they're standing where you're indicating. Use that to maximise how much damage you inflict with a powerful move.

    To succeed in Marvel Midnight Suns, it's important to balance your deck with a mix of attacks and use movement and positioning strategically in battle. By following these tips and tricks, you'll be well on your way to becoming a top player in the game.
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