Marvel Snap’s Black Panther deck combo is absolutely nuts

Marvel SnapIt is an elegant marriage of simplicity and complex. It’s It is simpleIt’s not about winning big. It’s Complex because of the incalculable number possible combinations between all the game’s cards and locations. Consider the match below. I lost 689 754 power.

Yes, 689,754.

The final result of a Marvel Snap match where the opposing player has won a location with a total of 68971 thanks to a combination of Black Panther, Odin, Wong, and the Onslaught’s Citadel location.

It is possible to create a Godlike Black Panther using just a few cards in a specific area.
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This absurd result is thanks to the exponential interactions of the Odin, Wong, Black Panther, and Ironheart cards alongside the Onslaught’s Citadel location. Marvel Snap’s math can be hard to parse when card combos like this seem to melt the game’s calculations (and take approximately five years), but here’s my best recollection of what happened.

Upon playing Odin on their final turn, each of their cards in that location with “on reveal” abilities reactivated, which includes Black Panther’s ability to double his current power and Ironheart’s power buff to random teammates. Wong then makes on reveal capabilities happen. Do it twice. Black Panther and Iron Heart activate Again. Then, because of Onslaught’s Citadel, which causes ongoing effects like Wong’s to be doubled, Black Panther and Iron Heart each reactivate twice more. In other words, a single use of Odin’s ability actually affects Black Panther four times because of Wong and Onslaught’s Citadel.

But that’s not all!

Odin’s ability also occurs on reveal, so Wong’s power (which is still boosted by Onslaught’s Citadel) applies to him as well. This means Odin can do his work a total four times. Each of these occasions is unique. ThoseThe reactivations for Iron Heart and Black Panther are multiplied by four.

It took an Thank you long time for Marvel Snap to figure out all this math, and at a certain point the game seemed to give up on calculating Black Panther’s true power. While his power at the end seems to have been 689 730, there was still a lot of movement and numbers were blurring. But, no matter what really happened, the fact is I was completely and utterly defeated in this match — which is why it was also one of my favorite matches. This is exactly why every match should be wild. Marvel Snap So unpredictable and thrilling.

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