The April 2023 season is about to end in Marvel Snapand this week the last new card of the season has been released to be added to Pool 5: Stegron.
The Animals Assemble season has brought some of the most unknown characters in the Marvel Universe, including the cute Jeff the Land Shark, the card that has captured the hearts of Marvel Snap players (at least those who were able to unlock it).
In the marvel snap guide Today we are going to explain who is stegronwhere this “stegosaurus”, Spider-Man’s villain, comes from, and most importantly, how to unlock it in Marvel Snap and what strategies to use.
Who is Stegron the Dinosaur Man
Stegron is an equivalent to the much more popular Lizard of Spider-Man. In fact, Vincent Stegron was a scientist who was hired by dr. Connors to study the DNA of the Savage Land dinosaurs.
Dr. Stegron injected himself with dinosaur DNA and transformed into a dinosaur-like creature. humanoid stegosauruswith the power to command other dinosaurs, which he planned to use to conquer the world.
Fortunately, Spider-Man, Black Panther and Ka-Zar were defeated in the Marvel Team-Up and Spider-Man comics written by Len Wein and drawn by Gil Kane. in 1974.
Since then, Stegron has been a rather forgotten villain, although he appeared in the Secret Wars comics (2015) and was part of the Savage Six of the arc. Sinister War written in the Spider-Man comics by Nick Spencer.
How to Unlock Stegron in Marvel Snap
Stegron debuts in Marvel Snap as a Series 5 card, which means it’s Ultra Rare. Currently, there are only two ways to get them:
- Buying it in the token shop (will appear as a featured card during its first week) by 6,000 tokens Collector’s (a coin that can only be obtained by playing… or with gold)
- In the Collector Caches and Reserves, when raising the level of Collection. But it only has a spawn rate of 0.25%.
Unlike the cards in the Collection Pass, Jeff can’t be obtained by paying real money…unless you use money to buy Gold and then the Tuesday Token Bundles.
For most Marvel Snap players still completing Pool 3 or still in the first 500 collection levels, the only realistic way to get it will be to wait a few monthsto that there is a “Series Drop” and they lower it from Pool 5 to Pool 4 and then to Pool 3.
Best strategy to use Stregon in Marvel Snap
Stegron (4-5): When Revealed: Move an enemy card from here to another location
Stegron is another card that belongs to the movement archetype, although this time what it does is move an opponent’s card. This type of strategy serves more to thwart the opponent’s strategy and disperse his power.
If you play with this type of cards (and others with similar powers such as Juggernaut, Aero or Polaris) your strategy should be to focus on control two of the three locations to secure them.
One of those should be the one you play Stegron on.and the other should be the location where the opponent’s random card moved by Stegron does not land. If you play it on turn 5, that can give the opponent little time to react.
Other Marvel Snap Guides
Here we leave you with the complete guide to Marvel Snap, the free to play card game on iOS and Android, and other articles such as the best starting cards, all the abilities, how to get cards without paying, how to get the cards from the Passes of Unpaid season or the best way to spend gold.
We also explain the best deck with the Guardians of the Galaxy, the most devastating Spectrum deck, the decks with the destroy archetype, the best strategies to discard, and the best cards in Pool 2, Pool 3 and how to get Pool 4 and 5.
We also tell you the best 1 cost cards, best 3 cost cards and all 6 cost cards, what it is and how to do Snap, how locations work and how to get new variants and how to get Thanos.