We've got a new featured location in MARVEL SNAP and it's Sacred Timeline!
Sacred Timeline is a completely new location being added to MARVEL SNAP as part of the February Season: Into the Quantum Realm. The first player to fill it gets a copy of their opening hand.
Sacred Timeline feels fairly similar to The Raft, considering both want you to fill them before you get the reward. The fun part about Sacred Timeline is that it gives you cards that you definitely want - since you already put them into your deck in the first place. A deck running The Collector and Devil Dinosaur should like this location, since it gives them more cards to feed their featured players, and Quinjet can really shine with more cards to discount.
However you choose to plan for the new location, you'd better get used to it; being a featured location means that Sacred Timeline will have a 40% chance to appear for 48 hours, from 7 PM PT Tuesday night to 7 PM PT Thursday night (2 AM UTC Wednesday to 2 AM UTC Friday).
Ongoing: +2 Power for each card in your hand. Ongoing: Cards that didn’t start in your deck cost 1 less. (minimum 1)
What Are Featured Locations in MARVEL SNAP?
There are two different types of location events in MARVEL SNAP.
- Sunday's Hot Location that has a 60% chance to appear for the next 24 hours.
- Wednesday's Featured Location that has a 40% chance to appear for the next 48 hours.
This helps pave way for new deckbuilding strategies as you may want to be playing something else should the bonus better benefit cards you aren't playing with. We've seen this previously with the featured location, Monster Island, whose boosted appearances meant many players ran Shang-Chi to destroy the 9 Power Monster.
As announced in the developer livestream, MARVEL SNAP will be getting a brand new location every week and it will be featured when it is added, as we're seeing now with Sacred Timeline.
What do you think of Sacred Timeline? Have your own ideas for taking advantage of the featured location? Let us know in the comments below!
I was having some luck with Cerebro decks, as they can fill the spot any make use of the extra cards generally.
That is actually a kinda cool location although I dont really play decks that would benefit from it, or fill it quickly, but much better than some of the later ones introduced for sure.