Everything is almost stable now in the Shadowverse game because the storm that was created due to the introduction of Darkness Evolved cards is just passed. New strategies are introduced because of these cards as well as new experiments are made. Finally, based on the deck ratings and the strengths and weaknesses of characters, we can, at last, make a tier list indicating which character stands where. I am going to make four bills of Tier: Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3, and Tier 4.
The characters in Tier 1 are Tempo Rune, Aggro Bats, Midrange Sword, and Ramp Dragon. Here is a brief description of all of these
It belongs to Runecraft class, and the cost of its deck is 15,050. It has following cards: Insight, Magic Missile, Conjure Golem, Kaleidoscopic Glow, Demonic Strike, Piercing Rune, and Fate’s Hand. All these cards are three in quantity.
This character belongs to Bloodcraft class, and the cost of its deck is 8300. It has the following cards: Blood Pact, Razory Claw, Summon Bloodkin, Night Horde, and Dance of Death. It also has one amulet card, and that is a Vampiric fortress.
This belongs to swordcraft category, and one of the best things about it is that it pressurizes the opponent. Its powerful mid-game threats also make it an excellent character. Because of its ability to pressurize opponents, it can survive longer.
It is best against midrange aggression. It can also play best against aggro.
The characters in Tier 2 are as follows: D-Shift Rune, D-Shift/Daria Hybrid Rune, Roost Ramp Dragon, Midrange Shadow, Elana Control, Elana/Seraph Combo Control, Garuda Haven, Control Shadow, and Discard Dragon. Here is a brief description of all of these.
It is a gatekeeper deck and belongs to Runecraft category. This D-shift rune has a crucial part in the game because all the aggro decks are supposed to defeat this before moving further in the game. If you are a control style oriented player, this pack is perfect for you.
D-Shift/Daria Hybrid Rune
This deck belongs to Runecraft class. The cost of this deck is 17800. This deck has an outstanding collection of spell cards which are as follows: Insight, Magic Missile, Conjure Golem, Wind Blast, Kaleidoscopic Glow, Sorcery Cache, Secrets of Erasmus, Piercing Rune, Fate’s Hand, Fiery Embrace, and Dimension Shift. This deck has 76% win rates.
Roost Ramp Dragon
Using Roost Ramp Dragon, you can heal yourself easily, as well as you can inflict maximum damage to the opponent.
This character belongs to Shadowcraft category, and the cost of its deck is 27900. It has five outstanding spell cards: Foul Tempest, Death-brand, Phantom Howl, Dance of Death, and Death’s Breath. It also has great followers’ cards in its deck list; few of them are as follows: Skull Beast, Lesser Mummy, Charon, Lord of the Flies, Hell’s Unleasher, Playful Necromancer, and many others.
If you are an aggressive player and are looking for aggressive metal, then there is no better deck than this. If healing and surviving in early phases are your problems, then use this deck and enjoy the game to a maximum extent. The only limitation of this deck is that it doesn’t perform well against other control decks like Seraph.
Elana/Seraph Combo Control
Seraph Combo Control belongs to Havencraft category deck. This deck especially doubles the power game, and it has lots of healing and other capacities. This deck has control tools as well as resilience to the enemy attacks.
This deck belongs to a Havencraft category, and the cost of this deck is 13450. It has following amulet cards: Pinion Prayer, Sacred Plea, Beast-call area, and Divine Birdsong. The spell cards in this deck are as follows: Hollowed Dogma, Blackened Scripture, Angelic Barrage, and Dance of Death.
This deck belongs to shadowcraft category, and the cost of this deck is 27950. It has four spell cards: Undying Resentment, Foul Tempest, Phantom Howl, and Death’s Breath. It also has one Amulet card that is Spirit Cycle.
This deck belongs to dragoncraft category, and the price of this deck is 27800. It has three spell cards and two amulet cards. The spell cards are Blazing Breath, Altered Fate, and Dragon Counsel. The amulet cards are Dracomancer’s Rites and Dragon-Song Flute.
The decks in Tier 3 are as follows: Tempo Forest, PTP Forest, Earth Rune, Control Sword, Face Dragon, Amulet Control Seraph Haven, and Control Blood. Here is a brief description of all these decks.
This deck belongs to a forestcraft category and is famous for aggressive as well as quick plays. This deck entirely changed the environment of the game by turning it into a fast-paced ordeal. This deck inflicts massive early damage on the opponent making it powerless in the whole span of the game. If you love the potential offensive gameplay, this is the deck you should be using.
This deck belongs to the forestcraft category, and the cost of this deck is 29,600. It features many interesting spell cards: Nature’s Guidance, Fairy Circle, Altered Fate, Sylvan Justice, and Glimmering Wings. It has only one Amulet card which is Path to Purgatory.
This deck belongs to runecraft category, and the cost of this deck is 16550. It has four amulet cards and five spell cards. The amulet cards are Scrap Iron Smelter, Teachings of Creation, Red-Hot Ritual, and Price of Magic. The spell cards include Kaleidoscopic Glow, Petrification, Secrets of Erasmus, Fate’s Hand, and Calamitous Curse.
This deck belongs to swordcraft category, and its cost is 43,100. It has only two spell cards, but lots of Follower cards. The spell cards are Whole-Souled Swing and Alwida’s Command. The Follower cards are Unicorn Dancer Unica, Veteran Lancer, Maid Leader, Healing Angel, Novice Trooper, Ruthless Assassin, Floral Fencer and much more.
Face Dragon belongs to dragoncraft category and the cost of this deck is 15,400. It has only three spell cards: Blazing Breath, Dragon Emissary, and Demonic Strike. This deck has 12 follower cards, and some of them are Goblin, Ivory Dragon, Fire Lizard, Trinity Dragon, and Dragon Warrior, etc.
Amulet Control Seraph Haven
This deck belongs to the havencraft category, and it has following priority mulligans: Sacred Plea, Beast-call Aria, Blackened Scripture, Priest of the Cudgel, and Unicorn Dancer Unica.
This deck belongs to the bloodcraft category, and the cost of this deck is 29,000. It has following spell cards: Blood Pact, Razory Claw, Summon Bloodkin, Night Horde, Diabolic Drain, Demonic Storm, and Revelation. The one amulet card that this deck contains is Dire Bond.
The decks in Tier 4 are White Wolf & Silver Bolt Combo Forest, PTP Rune, Aggro Shadow, Banner Sword, Atomy Shadow, and Tyrant Shadow. Here is a brief description of all these decks.
White Wolf of Eldwood
This deck belongs to Forestcraft with legendary rarity. The deck has “Rise of Bahamut” expansion. The creation cost of this deck is 3500. The deck is available in two forms: evolved and unevolved.
This deck belongs to a forestcraft category, and it has standard expansion. The creating cost of this deck is 800. Its card rating is 8.0 while its arena rating is 3.0.
This deck belongs to runecraft category, and the cost of its deck is 10,250. The spell cards of this deck are as follows: Insight, Trail of Light, Altered Fate, Magic Missile, Conjure Golem, Wind Blast, Kaleidoscopic Glow, Summon Snow, Witch’s Bolt, Fate’s Hand, and Rime-wind, etc.
This deck belongs to shadowcraft, and its deck cost is 15250. It has following spell cards: Soul Conversion, Demonic Strike, Phantom Howl, and Dance of Death. It also has different follower cards some of which are Skeleton Fighter, Lesser Mummy, and Skeleton Knight, etc.
This deck belongs to swordcraft category, and the cost of this deck is 5050. It has four spell cards and one amulet card. The spell cards are Conscription, Whole-Souled Swing, Dance of Death, and Alwida’s Command. One amulet card this deck has is Royal Banner.
The card rating of this deck is 8.5, while its arena rating is 7.0. It belongs to shadowcraft category and has legendary rarity with standard expansion. The creating cost of this deck is 3500.
This deck belongs to shadowcraft category and has an excellent card as well as arena ratings.