Marvel Snap: Best Jane Foster Decks

Learn About Two Of The Best Jane Foster Decks Which Can Help You Win The Game.

The Mighty Thor Janer Foster has recently made her way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She has also been introduced in Marvel Snap as a free giveaway card to be taken as compensation for the Nexus Event. Now, according to us, the Marvel Snap Jane Foster is one of the best cards that, if used right, can change the tide of the battle. Furthermore, we will be listing two decks that will be able to work best around the mighty Thor.

Key Highlights:

  • Marvel Snap is a new 1v1 mobile and Windows game that has the features of a great card game.
  • Jane Foster also known as Mighty Thor is a card that was gifted to players as compensation for the Nexus Event.
  • There are two possible effective decks with Jane Foster and they are called the Giants Of Asgard and Negative Jane.
  • The Negative Jane deck is an overpowered deck that is almost certain you win if the requirements are matched.

Jane Foster The Mighty Thor In Marvel Snap

Jane Foster
Jane Foster In Marvel Snap

Now, even without her abilities, Jane is a great card as her power level is 8. However, the cost to play her is 5. Furthermore, it is her ability that begs our interest as she has the ability to draw all cards that cost 0 from your deck. Also, due to her ability and power level, she is a beast of a card that the developers seemingly gifted to the players. And we would also like to inform you that Jane Foster synergizes well with Thor, Mr. Negative, Mystique, Iron Man, and Devil Dinasour.

Jane Foster’s Decks

Now, we will be listing two of the most effective Jane decks that will help you win the battle. Until now, we have come up with two strategies that can help you overcome the battle. Both of the decks will complement jane foster and will help you to exploit her abilities truly. 

Giants Of Asgard Deck

Giants Of Asgard
The Giants Of Asgard Deck [Image Credit: eXputer]
Green Goblin3-3
Iron Heart30
Lock Jaw32
Jane Foster58
The Infinaut620

However, the first deck that we will be looking at is the Giants Of Asgard deck. The overall average card cost is 3.7 while the average power output of the deck is 5.8. Now, as you can clearly make out the deck is very well balanced as the average power to average cost ratio is very good.

Furthermore, let us list the team members of the deck as well as each of their abilities:

  • Wasp: None
  • Sunspot: At the end of each turn, gain +1 Power for each unspent Energy.
  • Armor: Ongoing: Cards at this location can’t be destroyed.
  • Green Goblin: On Reveal: Your opponent gains control of this.
  • Iron Heart: On Reveal: Give 3 other friendly cards +2 Power.
  • Lock Jaw: When you play a card here, swap it with a card in your deck.
  • Thor: On Reveal: Shuffle Mjolnir into your deck.
  • Jane Foster: On Reveal: Draw all cards that Cost 0 from your deck.
  • Giganto: You can only play this at the left location.
  • Magneto: On Reveal: Move all opposing 3 and 4-Cost cards to this location.
  • Odin: On Reveal: Activate the On Reveal abilities of your other cards at this location.
  • The Infinaut: If you played a card last turn, you can’t play this.

The Deck’s Strategy

Now, the main thinking behind this deck is that the player will be making use of Thor a lot as you will use Odin and Lockjaw in pairs to make use of Thor’s Mjolnir as much as possible. Furthermore, we have also included some heavy hitters to give you that extra strength. The heavy hitters we made use of are Giganto, Magneto, and The Infinaut

Also, Jane’s role is to draw out the Mjolnir that has been shuffled in the deck. And this is very important to make the most out of the strategy that we are trying to make use of.

Negative Jane

Negative Jane
The Negative Jane Deck [Image Credit: eXputer]
Adam Warrior20
Iron Heart30
Mister Negative44
Devil Dinosaur30
Iron Man50
Jane Foster58
Task Master50
Adam Zola60

Onwards, to the next deck, which we highly recommend as it is one of the best decks in the game and is mainly focused around Jane and Mr. Negative hence the name. The deck’s average card cost is 3.8, while the average power of the card in the deck is 1.3. Now, at first sight, you might believe that the deck is stupid because of the ratings we just mentioned, but here is the ace of our deck, which is Mr. Negative. 

Due to Mr. Negative’s ability, we are able to reverse these ratings, which gives us a huge advantage. But before we get to that, here are the team members of this deck and each of their abilities:

  • Adam Warrior: At the end of each turn, if you are winning this location, draw a card.
  • Psylocke: On Reveal: Next turn, you get +1 Energy.
  • Iron Heart: On Reveal: Give 3 other friendly cards +2 Power.
  • Morph: On Reveal: Become a copy of a random card in your opponent’s hand.
  • Mystique: On Reveal: If the last card you played has an Ongoing ability, this card gains it.
  • Thor: On Reveal: Shuffle Mjolnir into your deck.
  • Mister Negative: On Reveal: Swap the Power and Cost of all cards in your deck.
  • Devil Dinosaur: Ongoing: +2 Power for each card in your hand.
  • Iron Man: Ongoing: Your total Power is doubled at this location.
  • Jane Foster: On Reveal: Draw all cards that Cost 0 from your deck.
  • Task Master: On Reveal: Set this card’s Power equal to the Power of the last card you played.
  • Adam Zola: On Reveal: Destroy a random friendly card here. Add copies of it to the other locations.

The Deck’s Strategy

This is one of the best decks in the game, which makes a good combo out of Mr. Negative and Jane Foster. Now, the basic concept behind this deck is to make use of Mr. Negative to swap power with the cost of all cards in your deck, essentially making all zero-power cards into zero-cost cards, which can now be pulled by Jane.

Also, in case you are not able to draw Mr. Negative, then we have Thor as a backup card. Things you need to know is that if you play Mr. Negative before having Jane in hand will render the deck pretty much useless as she will 8 to play. 

The most ideal situation would be to start off with Thor and Psylocke or maybe Mr. Negative and then use Jane to essentially be able to use all of your trap cards, through which you will be able to finish the game with no problem.

And with this, we bring our guide on Jane Foster to an end where we thoroughly list two decks that will help you make use of Jane to the fullest and essentially exploit the game. However, if you feel like we missed something, then please let us know through the comment section down below.


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Muhammad Haris Umer

Haris Umer is a Guides Writer on eXputer who can be seen torturing himself by playing FromSoftware’s offering of Souls games. He speaks about games with overwhelming passion, which readers can spot in his guides. Elden Ring is his all-time favorite soulslike game.  Experience: 3+ Years || Education: Masters In Computer Science || Previously Worked as a Freelance Writer || Published 150+ Guides 

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