Prebuilt Deck Review: Stillflame General
Seven new prebuilt decks have hit the Shadowverse shop! Especially if you’re still feeling Shadowverse out, they’re a great way to get some insight into the play styles and strategies of each class.
The 34 cards in each deck are drawn from Tempest of the Gods, Wonderland Dreams, Starforged Legends, and the basic card set. The two legendary cards and eight gold cards are sourced from the newer Starforged Legends and Wonderland Dreams sets, so you’re guaranteed to get plenty of use from them in the Rotation format.
In this article, I’ll let you know about the new Swordcraft deck: Stillflame General.
So what’s in this deck?
Here is the Stillflame General prebuilt deck.
Swordcraft has a bunch of followers with Officer or Commander traits, which are a great way to control the board. The class also has a battalion of followers with Storm and Ambush abilities, which make it simple to hack away at the opponent’s defense and lead the way to victory.
Followers like Quickblader and Vagabond Frog give no chance to retaliate!
There are two ways that this deck is able to get control of the board and keep it. The first is by using a single card—one like Luminous Mage or Kunoichi Master—that pushes multiple followers onto the board. The second is by using lots of Enhance effects. This makes it so that at any point in a match—whether at the beginning, middle, or end—you can keep fighting without losing too much value. This deck’s path to victory is maintaining a board with perennial favorites like these and then dropping a Sage Commander to deal heaps of damage all at once.
Imagine using Lux, Solar Lancer’s Enhance effect to call up a Sage Commander!
Kunoichi Master and Luminous Mage can join together for some guaranteed damage to the enemy leader.
At this Round Table Assembly, Princess Juliet might deal fast some fast damage!
Eliminate an enemy follower with Cuhullin, and then power up Bladed Hedgehog!
Take this deck to the next level
To really make this deck shine, you’ll want to find other cards that share the same concepts. The Set 2 Swordcraft deck, Lightning Speed, is full of cards that do exactly that.
Prebuilt Deck Review: Lightning Speed
These powerhouses have Storm, Rush, and Enhance effects that are useful in almost any situation.
Speed and a solid defense are especially important in the Unlimited format, so it’s a great place for Swordcraft to show what it can do. Use the cards in the Set 1 Swordcraft deck to put together a rapid-fire deck all your own:
Prebuilt Deck Review: Hour of the Banquet
Alwida’s Command and Frontguard General will prove their worth on the front lines!
Set 3 prebuilt deck price: 800 crystals
(One deck available per player)
In the next article, I’m going to look at another deck from the other classes! See you then!