Decked Halls 2021: Ms. Marvel is Magnificent

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Welcome to Decked Halls 2021 - Each year KennedyHawk (me) from the MCM crew puts out some decks near the holidays - this will probably be our last year making a deck for every hero so I wanted to try something new. What I'll be doing is visiting each characters preconstructed deck and reconstructing it. Each character will be able to drop 10 cards and add 10 replacements from other sets. Characters will stay in their preconstructed aspect. Cards are limited by a playset (how many you have in your collection if you buy one of every pack). So by the end we will be making some real sacrifices. Watch for audio casts on the MCM podcast and youtube feed in the coming weeks going over these decks.

If you are hesitant to deck building you can try using these decks in your collection as a new set of preconstructed decks that fine tune each one.


We are into the hero packs now - here's a reconstructed Ms. Marvel deck and a few thoughts.

Ms. Marvel's precon deck was one of the most puzzling to the community. I don't know if this is because of the change in defense or you rulings or just because the card pool wasn't there yet - but Kamala - Protection now rocks!

We can remove some of the non synergistic cards like Enhanced Reflexes, Endurance, and some of the Energy Barriers we gifted to Black Panther and in their place bring First Hit and Momentum Shift giving Kamala even more targets for her amazing hero ability.

We've included one copy of Perseverance as Ms. Marvel does tend to flip and have switched around the allies to include Spider-Man and Ironheart. I hope you enjoy this reconstructed version of Ms. Marvel's deck, What cards would you remove or add to Ms. Marvel)'s precon deck?

Happy Holidays!


Remove

3 Enhanced Reflexes

3 Endurance

1 Get Behind Me!

2 Energy Barrier

1 Nova


Add

3 First Hit

1 Spider-Man

1 Ironheart

1 Team-Building Exercise

3 Momentum Shift

1 Perseverance

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