Check out a new “card advantage” Titan list below.
With circuit series events beginning in under two months, today’s Deck Tech looks at another tournament-proven archetype. Titan strategies are usually Midrange, allowing you to exploit their inherently high HP and combat effects. However, there are numerous viable approaches to constructing a Titan list – as seen with this week’s “card advantage” submission:
- Armored Titan – Wallbreaker x3
- Colossal Titan – God of Destruction x3
- Crawling Titan – Surprisingly Quick x3
- Sullen Titan – Drooling x2
- Female Titan – Hardened Warrior x2
- Eren Jaeger – Mysterious Titan x2
- 3 STR/INT/SP (U97-BM) x3
- 4 Special (C48-JL) x3
- 4 Strength (R130-BM) x3
- 5 Strength (R129-GL) x3
- 6 Strength (R135-BM) x3
- 7 Strength (R137-JL) x3
Unlike previously covered builds with an emphasis on resilient Characters (such as Towering Titan and Big Mouth Titan) backed by Brutality, this mono-Titan deck’s identity is formed by the backbone of Armored Titan and Colossal Titan. Their disruption is further augmented by hand control staples like Echolocation and 4 Special (C48-JL), while all of the Strength Battle cards generate card advantage in some way (with heavy hitting attacks in general to dodge Colossal Titan’s effect). Though this style of deck leads to a lack of flexibility/utility, its ability to apply consistent pressure makes it a reliable choice for a tournament setting.
Other cards to consider:
- Knockout: fills a similar role to Brutality in this version
- 3 Strength (C42-AT): allows for extra early Armored Titan attacks
- Darkseid – Ruler of Apokolips: along with other discard Characters, at the expense of stamped effects)
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