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Best Cards in Marvel Snap – Series 3 Tier List

Marvel Snap Tier List: Best Series 3 Cards

Welcome to our Marvel Snap Series 3 Tier List!

Once you gain access to Series 3, it will be a long process to collect all of the cards. You can speed up the process by completing more missions with Gold or buying bundles, but it will definitely take a while.

Ever since the release of Spotlight caches, cards haven’t been dropping into Series 3. Furthermore, as the meta is constantly changing and evolving, different cards will become better or worse.

It will be difficult to rank each Series 3 card in a vacuum. Some cards are important to certain decks that use Series 4 and 5 cards. Other cards are good by themselves. Or, some cards will let you play a new style of deck. All of these factors are considerations for a ranking, but here is the list we have.

Note: Our tier list does not rank cards within tiers and simply orders them by cost and alphabetically.

Here are our rankings for the best cards in Marvel Snap’s Series 3:

Tier Series 3 Card Tier List
S Absorbing Man, Brood, Doctor Doom, Dracula, Luke Cage, Mystique, Patriot, Red Skull, Shadow King, Shuri, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man, Wave
A Agent Coulson, Bast, Deadpool, Death, Debrii, Electro, Hela, Invisible Woman, Lockjaw, Magneto ,Mister Negative, Mysterio, Rogue, Sauron, Sera, Taskmaster, Ultron, Venom, Wong, Zero
B Arnim Zola, Beast, Black Cat, Black Panther, Black Widow, Captain Marvel, Cerebro, Colleen Wing, Crossbones, Daredevil, Destroyer, Doctor Octopus, Ghost Rider, Giganto, Goose, Green Goblin, Hazmat, Hellcow, Human Torch, , Jane Foster Mighty Thor, Juggernaut, Kingpin, Leader, Magik, Maria Hill, Maximus, Miles Morales, Mojo, Orka, Polaris, Psylocke, Quinjet, Rockslide, Sentry, She-Hulk, Super-Skrull, The Hood, Thor, Titania, Typhoid Mary, Valkyrie, Viper, Wasp, Yellowjacket
C Adam Warlock, Aero, Agatha Harkness, Attuma, Baron Mordo, Black Bolt, Crystal, Dagger, Dazzler, Drax, Falcon, Gambit, Ghost, Helicarrier, M’Baku, Moon Knight, Nick Fury, Omega Red, Quake, Rescue, Ronan the Accuser, Shanna

For a visual version of the tier list, here’s an infographic.

Marvel Snap Series 3 Tier List

Ranking Methodology

Here is a rundown of how the tiers are determined.

S-Tier – Meta

For the cards in S-tier, I prioritize meta relevance and strength the most. The S-tier will likely change the most as new metas develop, but if you want to invest into the best decks and cards, the S-tier is where you should look. Some of these cards open up strong archetypes, while others are strong tech cards.

In some cases, I will also rate cards in S-tier that are strong by themselves. These can combine with other Series 1 or 2 cards to make a strong engine that doesn’t require an entire deck.

A-Tier – Strong

The A-tier is more of the same when it comes to card rating. These cards open up archetypes, are strong in their own right, but don’t dominate the meta. Or, they can be pieces that make meta decks strong, but aren’t absolutely necessary. These are cards you will likely prioritize for specific decks you want to build.

B-Tier – Niche

The B tier is the largest tier and that’s because these cards all have their use cases, but aren’t meta. These cards can be used in a variety of decks, but are targets for optimizing one strong deck rather than being versatile. Some of the B-tier cards are important for certain archetypes, but these archetypes usually aren’t at the top of the meta.

C-Tier – Very Niche

Up next, the C-tier is for cards that have use cases, but are very limited. These cards see play in decks that you will rarely see. Or, they can be used in some strong decks, but are a side grade rather than an upgrade.

F-Tier – Unplayable

Lastly, we have the unplayable tier. I’m reserving this tier for cards that have no use in any deck. Fortunately, there is at least a reason for most cards to be played. It might not be ideal or optimal, but at least there’s reason to play some cards.

Tier List Discretion Advised

Keep in mind that tier lists aren’t the end all be all. You can make many cards work by putting them in the right deck, and this is simply to give an opinion on the strongest cards.

Furthermore, Marvel Snap isn’t about winning every game, it’s about leveraging the snap to gain more cubes over the course of many games. Because of this, you can gain a lot of cubes even with a weaker deck or with weaker cards if you snap appropriately.

You can even argue that using “less powerful” cards can gain you an advantage as you gain the element of surprise.

Wrap Up

This wraps up our tier list for the Series 3 cards in Marvel Snap. Once again, tier lists and the power level of cards or decks is not everything in Marvel Snap. You can win a lot of cubes playing a Movement or Ongoing deck, but this list simply demonstrates the power of the cards.

We hope you enjoyed our list, and good luck with your games.

Be sure to check out our other Series 1 Tier List and Series 2 Tier List if your Collection Level isn’t at Series 3 yet!