The BEST Destroyer Decks in MARVEL SNAP

marvel snap best destroyer decks

Are you looking for a deck that you can play with Destroyer in it in Marvel Snap? Destroyer can open up some interesting possibilities so I feel you will like this guide here – please mind, this guide here is getting the good decks directly from my popular meta decks list and gets updated each time I update my meta decks (at last once or twice per week), so you will never find any outdated decks here that are not flagged as old and outdated.

Is Destroyer A Good Card in MARVEL SNAP?

As a 6-cost card, you’ll always play Destroyer at the very end of the match and with all the power he has, you need to prepare your side of the board as Destroyer will destroyer everything on your side, so either block his ability or prevent cards from being destroyed before you play him. Also cards that pull him in the middle of the match can wreck your game pretty quickly..

Destroyer in the current meta: I feel Destroyer is a little out of meta in terms of not very popular. There are some decks out there that use him and you can push fairly far in ranks with him, but he is neither dominating nor performing badly right now..

Good Synergies with Destroyer

Armor is used well so you can create one very strong location with it and protect from destroyer and then drop Destroyer in one of the free lanes. Read more about playing Armor here.
Cosmo prevent Destroyer to play his reveal ability, so he will be – played in the same line as Cosmo – a plain 15-power card. Read more about playing Cosmo here.
Professor X can also lock down a location so Destroyer won’t destroy any of your cards there. Read more about playing Professor X here.
Colossus can’t be destroyed by Destroyer so a great card to play outside your protected lane for more power. Read more about playing Colossus here.
Invisible Woman can prevent cards flipping and Destroyer will not destroy cards that are not flipped. This let you play a location with all cards you want and Destroy on any OTHER LOCATION (not in the same location!!!). Read more about playing Invisible Woman here.
Warpath will gain more power when there’s a location without cards on your side – and with Destroyer you create that so in your ‘armored’ location you will get some nice bonus with Warpath. Read more about playing Warpath here.
Bucky Barnes will turn into Winter Soldier and become a solid 6-power card once destroyed – a great card to have out there and then transform on Turn 6 for more power on the board. Although mind that putting Bucky down on Turn 2 or Turn 3 alert your opponent that you’re up to something with destroy effects and if he didn’t see much Carnage/Venom/Deathlok action until Turn 6, he knows exactly what card you’re going to drop. Read more about playing Bucky Barnes here.
Nimrod is a perfect card to play on Turn 5 before Destroyer to gain the copies accross the board and more power overall. Read more about playing Nimrod here.

The Best Destroyer Decks

The decks here are ranked by how well the decks perform in the current meta. As I said earlier in this guide, the table will get updated every time I update the meta deck tier list here automatically!


  • Galactus DestroyB+
    This deck is really frustrating to deal with for your opponent as you will try to use your Elektro or Wave to draw into your Galactur before Turn 5 and then ruin basically the whole locations except one that will show down on the last turn. Nothing your opponent built up until that will count and you can catch him pretty off guard with it. If you play Doctor Octopus before Galactus and basically empty your opponents hand or Leech to block all enemy cards' abilities. Very strong and easy to play.Future Prediction: Nimrod gave the Galactus decks more a direction towards destroy as you gain extra power for Knull or can use Destroyer as backup line. Falls behind the top decks and is a little predictable but still a slid deck to run.How to play this deckMore Control Dekcs
  • Shuri Nimrod RampB
    This Shuri deck version incorporates Nimrod to scale up as well and givey ou more flexible lines to play towards the end.Future Prediction: Shuri is pretty strong and with Nimrod you gain a ton of flexibility here. Not on top of the meta but if you like Shuri and want to play Nimrod you can make this deck work.
  • 2-Lane Destroyer
    A different Pool 3 version of a very good destruct deck is this one here, using Destroyer as the final card. This deck is really interesting as you also use cards to block destroy effects like Armor or Cosmo to make that strong final-turn move. What I like about this deck specifically is that it's not that obvious early on that you're playing a destroy deck so your opponent will get a weaker read on your next moves. In my opinion also a really strong deck that's absolutely worth giving a shot.Future Prediction: Has been getting better, espcially as you see Armor and Cosmo being played by other players, too and this will rather help you than disrupt youHow to play this deck
  • Ongoing Destroyer
    The Destroyed Deck was always fun as you have this crazy push towards the end that turns around so much. Armor is very important to gain the lead in one location or Cosmo to prevent Destroyer to wipe out but still have the high power.Future Prediction: Not the latest deck and around for quite some time and working well but struggles more and more with the newer decks I recently added as they will compete for all locations and the Destroyer sometimes just doesn't have enough power to gain that win condition.More Destroy Decks


I hope you liked this overview of the best Destroyer decks in Marvel Snap today and find them helpful to run one of them this season – I’m sure they will be one of the strongest and you can push your rank quite well with it. If you have questions or annotations to the decks, please don’t hesitate to write a comment below and I’ll be more than happy to reply.

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