Severus Snape Meta Decks

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Introduction

Hello everyone. This guide will showcase some meta decks that are utilizing the Echo of Severus Snape. Snape Decks can be great in the Dueling Club and are very fun to play. On top of that, they are quite good for other game activities too, such as Forbidden Forest Team Explorations.

Best Cards for Severus Snape Decks

Echo of Severus Snape will significantly increase the damage of your basic attacks, and will cause every second attack to bounce to a nearby target. Because of that, cards that boost your basic attacks synergize well with Snape.

Cards that work well in Snape decks are: Time Turner, Priori Incantatem, Swelling Solution, Accio, Inflatus, Oppugno, Niffler, Sectumsempra. You can also use some summon cards such as Piertotum Locomotor or Antipodean Opaleye to create more pressure on your opponent.

Companion Cards that synergize well with Snape are: Kevin Farrell, Ivy Warrington, Grawp, Ron Weasley, and Frey Twins. Kevin will boost the damage of your basic attacks. Ivy will let you counter any high-value target. Ron Weasley will help you deal with enemy summons, and Frey Twins will put extra pressure on your opponent.

Severus Snape Meta Decks

Deck 1

Cards: Time Turner, Priori Incantatem, Accio, Inflatus, Niffler, Oppugno, Sectumsempra, Swelling Solution.

Companion Cards: Kevin Farrell, Ivy Warrington, Frey Twins.

With this deck, you should use the Time Turner as often as possible to maximize the damage of your basic attacks. With Accio and Inflatus, you can prevent your opponent from running away, and Swelling Solution will significantly increase your attack speed.

As for the companions, Kevin will increase your basic attack damage, Ivy will allow you to counter high-value enemy summons, and Frey Twins will put pressure on your opponent.

This deck doesn’t use any legendary cards, which makes it a good pick for F2P and new players.

Deck 2

Cards: Time Turner, Priori Incantatem, Niffler, Incendio, Piertotum Locomotor, Swelling Solution, Sectumsempra, Inflatus.

Companion Cards: Kevin Farrell, Malfoy Gang, Ron Weasley.

This deck adds Piertotum Locomotor to put additional pressure on your opponent. You can use Swelling Solution to increase the speed of the stone soldiers and yourself at the same time.

Thanks to Kevin, your basic attacks will receive a significant boost, and Ron Weasley will help you deal with enemy summons. Lastly, Malfoy Gang will put even more pressure on your opponent.

One of the biggest downsides of this deck is that it features some hard-to-get legendary cards.

Conclusion

Snape decks require good positioning and placement of Time Turners. That makes them slightly harder to play than some other decks.

However, Snape decks don’t really need any Legendary Cards to be viable. This makes them excellent for F2P and new players.

Hopefully, you found this guide helpful. Thank you for reading and see you soon with more guides for Harry Potter Magic Awakened.