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OverviewEdit

False Gods are level 5 (new update) AI enemies that can be accessed at the end of the current quest series. These play similarly to level 3 decks but are ramped up considerably:

  • Every single card in the False Gods' decks is upgraded.
  • Normal limits on deck building do not apply to them; they have double the deck size and double the card limit, having up to 12 of any card.
  • False Gods have 200 HP instead of 100.
  • False Gods' marks give them 3 quanta per turn instead of 1.
  • False Gods draw 2 cards per turn instead of 1, if there is room.


The good news is that, while winning nets you a measly 60 coins (modified by your finishing HP total), any cards you win on the lottery wheel will be upgraded cards (1200 coins each).

Technically the chances to win these are the same for non-upgraded cards against a level 3, however most false gods tend towards larger decks (Hermes has nearly 60 cards) which will reduce your odds of winning cards. Most of the False Gods' decks are built with more of an emphasis on stratergy than on raw effectiveness, so while they're extremely powerful they do have vulnerabilities (which are exacerbated by general weaknesses in the AI.)

Observations of False Gods so far are as follows (these are a work-in-progress based on a limited number of often embarrassingly short fights, so expect these to be incomplete; feel free to jump in and edit anything if you see something incomplete or inaccurate):

Note: The exact list of what cards are in each of the False Gods deck are in a .txt file in the Temporary Internet Files directory.

This is still missing Akebono, mono gravity, Serket, Darkness/death/life scorpion deck, Jezebel, nymph deck,

Chaos LordEdit

Mark of Entropy (x3) Entropy / Rainbow Mutation deck.

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Notable Cards:

  • Lots and lots and lots of Fallen Druids and Mutations, obviously.
  • Werewolves. Deadly, since the AI will generally use Lycanthropy then mutate, as Improved Mutation gives an additional life buff.
  • Discord. Another double-edged sword; although he only has one it will ruin mono-color decks, it also means you have a variety of quanta available to power the mutations that the AI gives you.
  • Ray of Light. Mutation fodder, plain and simple.
  • Supernova. Really not especially useful, so be glad for these.
  • Dissipation field and Amethyst Dragon. They don't seem to be that common, but can foil many of decks that could otherwise counter this God.
  • Explosion, Unstoppable and Improved Steal (he only has one of each.)


Chaos lord is very un-predicatable, it's mostly based on chance. He is coded to mutate your creatures if it has around 10 or more attack or a decent effect. Even though your creatures will never die from these, they can still ruin your card combos. Chaos lord has 4 druids out of a 53 card deck, he seems to prefer to just play mutations from his hand. The Ai actually almost never mutates the werewolfs, it does that on ray of lights. Discord is very rare. Dissipation field can be thought to wither down its quanta, but trust me, unless you have a very good hand, the god generates way too much quanta to do that. the best thing is to just kill it. It will almost never steal your shield unless it only needs 1 more hit on you, otherwise, only does that on hourglasses and weapons.

Dark MatterEdit

Mark of Light (x3) A gravity/light deck using black holes to keep you defenseless while archangels and otyughs chew away at you.

Notable cards:

  • Black Hole - Gets them out early to keep you deprived of quanta.
  • Archangel - Seven points of damage, and if you don't take them out all at once, they heal themselves.
  • Elite Otyugh - Bring your big boys or prepare to become a tasty treat; devours most small creatures.
  • Improved Blessing - A natural complement to Otyughs, making them big and nasty very quickly.
  • Elite Armagio - Decks that kill with creature damage hate these guys.
  • Elite Chargers - Well, there went that Dimensional Shield idea.
  • Gravity Nymph - To continue draining all your quanta once he runs out of Black Holes.


Dark Matter plays more black holes from his hand than from gravity nymphs, which it only has 4 of, but if he gets one out and you can't counter it, might as well quit the match. Elite chargers are it's main offense, the other creatures are less common. Even without the black holes (can be fixed with sanctuary,) it is still a hard god because of the unstoppable creatures and armagios and otyughs. ~Scapemaster

DecayEdit

Mark of Darkness (x3) Darkness/Aether Deck that plays and fractals tons of pests to starve you of Quanta. Plays eclipse to up the pests. Uses siphon life with all the gains darkness quanta to deal tons of damage to your HP.

  • Electrocutor - To remove skills from creatures
  • Dusk shield
  • Improved Steal
  • Siphon Life
  • Fractal
  • Pest


After Decay plays a few pests, he waits until his hand is full. When it is, he will use all of the cards in his hand in 1 turn. (Ex. Siphon life, Siphon life, Steal, Steal, Siphon Life, Siphon Life, Dusk Mantle, Electrocutor, Siphon Life) Then, he waits about 6-8 turns for another full hand of cards to spam out the turn after. Due to the new update with 75 quanta limit, this god has become very weak and easy to kill.

DestinyEdit

Mark of Time (x3) Entropy/Time Deck that rewind all of your creatures.

Notable cards:

  • Fate Egg
  • Maxwell's Demon
  • Fallen Druid
  • Eternity
  • Electrum Hourglass
  • Chaos Power
  • Super Nova

{C}{C Destiny is underestimated because of the lack of permanent control. It can get powerful creatures from eggs and druids and make them even stronger with chaos power. It can actually get stealing creatures from mutations and use quanta from novas to activate it. ~Scapemaster

Divine GloryEdit

Mark of Light (x3) A light/fire deck using Morning Glory and animate weapon to spam untargetable flying weapons at you.

Notable Cards:

  • Morning Glory
  • Animate Weapon
  • Improved Miracle
  • Explosion


Explosions are very common, but the burning towers are not, so if you can get steals pulverizer early on, immediately kill the burning towers. Divine glory isn't a fast rusher, usually gets 4 weapons out by the 8th turn. Take some hits early on, let him explode some of your towers and stuff, and when he played a good amount of explosions on them, play your hourglasses and shields. you will be safe for the rest of the match because it will always kill hourglasses first before shields and weapons so just let him get your glasses while you slowly kill him. ~Scapemaster

Dream CatcherEdit

Mark of Entropy (x3) Uses Butterfly effect on a monster to destroy your permanents/pillars

  • Thunderbolt to destroy your monsters
  • Pest to destroy your quanta
  • Black hole to destroy your quanta
  • Rage Elixir to destroy your monsters or boost theirs
  • Quicksand to destroy your pillars
  • Poison to destroy your hp
  • Congeal to freeze your monsters
  • Shockwave to kill your frozen monsters
  • Entropy Nymphs to disable your monsters
  • Elite Anubis to invuln their monsters

Strategy- Doesn't seem to have many pillars, although overuse of supernova may prevent devourer spam. Recommended Black Holes / Grav Nymphs.


The rage elixir is actually purely to destroy you monsters, because Dream Catcher has almost no things with 6+ hp. Also, theres an error in the list. It has not elite anubis, but 6 quintessence instead. (it may be 4, didnt count) Also, it has no poisons, just chrysoaras. one thing also not in the list is abominations, which it uses for butterfly effects, and discords for scrambling your quanta. It also has steals besides the butterfly effects, but only like 2 or 4. ~Scapemaster

ElidnisEdit

Mark of Life (x3) Aether/Water Deck with fast boostable creatures that you can't kill. Bring a lot of Sundials, shields or other monster control. Not much apparent permanent or monster control other than the non-lethal congeal, so play your stuff with impunity.

Notable cards:

  • Forest Spectre - Cheap boostable monster, expect them very early
  • Quintessance - Makes his boostable creatures immune to anything you can do
  • Feral Bond - Keeps him healed up while he grows his creatures. He has a lot of these, can build formidable healing using his invulnerable creatures
  • Phase Dragons - Everyone's favorite indestructible monster
  • Congeal - Water's dependable monster control
  • Puffer Fish, Abyss Crawler - Between poison and large damage output, these water standbys can cause some damage
  • Jade Shield - Stops a big two points per attack, weenie decks will have troubles and you can't steal or banish this shield
  • Parallel Universe - copies your big hitters, because he can't usually target his own
  • Improved Heal - In case the feral bonds aren't doing the trick


Elidnis is an easy god because it has no permanent control and it can't kill your creatures, so you can keep a constant stream of shield going while you take him down with creatures and pulverizer. (X) -mattodorC

Eternal PhoenixEdit

Mark of Aether (x3) A aether/fire deck that uses Fractal on Minor Phoenix.

  • Has Explosions and Thunderbolt
  • Uses explosions to target all kinds of your permanents
  • Will rain of fire once you have enough creatures out.
  • Uses Fire Bolts
  • Summons Ruby Dragons
  • Summons Minor Phoenix

{C}{C Eternal Pheonix is among the best fake gods, with 10 explosions in a 60 card deck and immense permanent and creature control, while being a fast rusher with pheonixes. It's explosions are very nicely used, heres how: If you have 1 or 2 towers at start, it will destroy them to block you from gaining quanta. If you have more than that, it will wait for other permanents. ~Scapemaster

FeroxEdit

Mark of Life (x3) A life/light deck that relies on a quick rush. Takes advantage of adrenaline to chew at your bonewalls, but has no creature/permanent control whatsoever.

Notable cards:

  • Feral Bond - Ferox has loads and loads of these. He will pump out feral bonds like crazy. Make sure to steal/destroy them, because if you don't, he may very well be gaining more life than you can do.
  • Ray of Light - Uses Ray of Light to gain light quantum, which is then changed into life quantum by Leaf Dragons. He will often adrenaline it as well. (1/1)
  • Epiphrenine - Will be frequently used on his monsters.
  • Jade Dragon - At 12/9, one fire storm/rain of fire will not be enough to take this creature out.
  • Leaf Dragon - Another favorite of his to adrenaline, he converts most/all of his light quantum to life quantum, which then is used to fund his creatures and feral bonds. (1/3)
  • 5/3 Giant Frog and 5/5 Elite Cockatrice- Cheap damage dealers, and Cockatrices are a little stronger than a Rain of Fire.
  • Jade Shield - Invincible and 2 armor can put some weaker decks in a rut.

Fire QueenEdit

Mark of Air (x3) Elite Firefly Queen swarm. Probably one of the most vulnerable False God decks, but is still dangerous. QUICK TIP: Lobotomizer shuts this down highly effectively. In fact, aether shuts this down faster than most other FGs.

Notable Cards:

  • Elite Firefly Queen. Spits out Elite Fireflies; these generate Fire quanta instead of Light, which makes things play out slightly differently than in standard FFQ swarm. No Rustlers to serve as an obvious weak point. Emerald towers may be vulnerable, but there are a lot of them.
  • Fire Bolt. Seems to rely entirely on Elite Fireflies' Bioluminescence to run it; shut down the Queens and you won't have to worry about this so much. Does not seem to have Deflagration / Explosion though, so your permanents will probably be safe.
  • Eagle's Eye (improved Owl's Eye) / Fahrenheit / Animate Weapon. Eagle's Eye and Fahrenheit do quite a bit of damage, although again, if you stop the swarm, Fahrenheit may not get played, and the Fire Queen will not be able to assemble a pool of Fire quanta. Eagle's Eye can kill your creatures even if Fire Bolt is shut down, though.
  • Empathic Bond. Lots and lots of Empathic Bond. The AI tends to spend its limited Life quanta on casting Empathic Bonds instead of building its swarm, which can potentially give you some breathing room to destroy the Queens, but once the swarm gets going, you're not going to be able to out-damage it.


I wouldn't say it is very vulnerable, because once it gets a field full, it heals about 150hp every turn from Feral bonds, which it has 10 of. It also doesnt have rain of fires, just fire bolts and fahrenheits (which i think is funny because it plays a fahrenheit, then an eagles eye on the same turn) stupid AI.... Also, i think its just that time it had no life to play ferals, because it usually gets max quanta on all 3 elements after 25 turns and that never happened to me in the 1000 times ive battled it. I dont suggest an aether deck because you will deck out due to 10 ferals and a full field of fireflies, and also you will die to it's 6 fire bolts with 24 damage each. A good counter-strategy is, as always, a god-killer rainbow with fire storms, bone walls, and graveyards where you can just wait for the flies to come in, then destroy them all and gain about 40 bones and 20 skeletons which you can mutate with druids. ~Scapemaster

GeminiEdit

Mark of Aether (x3) running Aether / Gravity. Really tough deck, puts out a ton of damage quickly and has no gaping weaknesses.

Notable cards:

  • Phase Recluse. At 4 quanta a pop, these come out FAST with upgraded aether pillars and do 7 damage/round.
  • Elite Immortals / Phase Dragons. Even if you include lots of creature damage to kill the recluses (2 HP each), you're not going to touch these.
  • Colossal Dragon. Not immortal, but at 30 HP, they might as well be.
  • Twin Universe. Multiples those colossal dragons in a hurry. Also tends to screw growth decks; with 200 HP, the AI can afford to wait until something gets nice and big and then clone it a few times and kill you.
  • Dimensional Shield. Reasonably frequent but not all that predominant.
  • Unstoppable. Stalling with your own dimensional shields is unreliable, although thankfully this one seems to be rare or frequent.
  • Lightning Bolt (doesn't seem to be quite as frequent or prominent as any of the others).
  • Lobotomizer. Not that common but can ruin creature setups.


Gemini has a very large gaping weakness actually and that is steals. You can steal the electrocutor and use it on all his momentumed creatures to remove it. Also, Gemini will not clone until either you or he is almost dead, and he prefers to do it on mutated creatures and creatures with the highest attack instead of his momentumed ones so you will be safe behind shields. Another way is eternity and eagle's eye. The eternity can rewind strong dragons and the eagle's eye will 1 hit ko the 8-3 momentumed recluses. Gemini does NOT have elite immortals and phase dragons because he can't copy them with twin universe or give them momentum. ~Scapemaster

Actually, he does have Elite Immortals. Just played him, and that was the first thing he sent out. Not sure about the dragons though. - Annele

GravitonEdit

Mark of Fire (x3) Gravity / Fire deck. Another one of the stronger False God decks.

Notable Cards:

  • Graviton Flamemaster. Tons and tons of Graviton Flamemaster. Thankfully, they take blissfully long to get going, and this deck isn't overflowing with fire quanta in spite of the mark, but they are tough to kill (6 HP) and scale up dangerously fast.
  • Elite Charger. 7 damage that penetrates shields. These come out pretty quickly too.
  • Unstoppable (improved Momentum). Shields are generally not very effective against Graviton.
  • Elite Otyugh, Elite Armagio, Gravity Shield. Not that frequently played, doesn't seem to rely on them, but they're there.
  • Gravity Pull. Mainly used to kill your creatures.
  • Rain of Fire. For killing creature hordes, such as FFQ swarms.
  • Explosion. Tends to destroy pillars instead of holding on to them for your shields / weapons, so your permanents might last a while, but don't count on them long-term.
  • Brimstone Eater. Fast fire quanta. Makes pillar / quantum denial difficult.
  • Titan. Doesn't appear often.


Actually, Grvaviton only has 4 creatures: Graviton FIREmaster, Elite Charger, Elite otyugh, and elite armagio. It gains fire quanta purely from towers not from brimstone eaters. Rain of fire, Explosion, Titan, and Gravity Shield are very uncommon in Graviton's deck. ~Scapemaster

HermesEdit

Mark of Earth (x3) Fire / Earth growth deck. Can kill you very quickly, so this deck's specifics are unknown.

Notable Cards:

  • Lava Destroyers (improved Lava Golem). These are the bread and butter of the deck; they start out doing 7 damage / turn and only go up.
  • Fire Spectre. Not as strong as the destroyers, but still a viable threat.
  • Heavy Armor. Gives +6 HP, instantly turning the golems from 1 HP glass cannons into near-invincible monsters. Luckily, doesn't seem to be played all that frequent.
  • Other typical fire deck cards: Brimstone Eater, Rain of Fire, Fire Lance, Explosion, Ruby Dragon, Fahrenheit, Fire Buckler.
  • Uses protect artifact.
  • Uses Explosion

{C}{C Hermes's explosions arent the main thing, because it will only play about 1 or 2 off the bat then 1 every 10 turns.

The main thing is the rush; killing the golems before they get stronger. against hermes, an instant win is to have eagle's eye and protect artifact early, because it can snipe dead all creatures it has. (plate armor often isnt a threat because Hermes uses a rage elixir right after it.) After you get rid of the starting wave, you're probably down to 1-50 hp so you need to heal fast, as Hermes's 12 fire lances will be fatal in a few turns. after you've survived that, you pretty much win, just build your own army and kill him. ~Scapemaster

IncarnateEdit

Another Mark of Death (x3) Darkness / Death deck. Very similar to Morte, but with more of an emphasis on stalling.

Notable Cards:

  • Vampires. These are a key feature and come out frequently.
  • Eclipse. Includes a lot of these, so it comes out quickly and can't be Deflagrated away easily (unlike Morte). Vampires are 6 HP drain / round with this running, which adds up in a hurry.
  • Bonewall. Also comes up a lot more frequently than in Morte.
  • Vampire Dagger. Quick 6 HP / round drain.
  • Pest. Maybe a little more common than in Morte.
  • Bloodsucker, Boneyard, Retrovirus: all included here, but Boneyard / Retrovirus don't seem to have the same frequency as they do in Morte.

(no pests)

MiracleEdit

Mark of Light (x3) running Light / Air / Life. Has a good number of dragons, Elite Firefly Queen + Elite Rustler (Leaf Dragon), Elite Pegasi. Damage doesn't come out as quickly as some of the other False God decks (being spread across 3 colors of pillar doesn't help) but the deck still has some big damage dragons and weapons. Is weak on control, so you don't have to worry about your creatures or permanents getting countered directly, but stalls heavily.

Notable Cards:

  • Elite Firefly Queen and Leaf Dragon (upgraded Rustler). Anything that kills creatures does fine here, just as with any FFQ swarm, although the Leaf Dragons are slightly harder to kill (but not that hard).
  • Light Dragon and Jade Dragon. Don't count on being able to kill this deck's damage output.
  • Elite Pegasus. 6 damage / turn that comes out pretty quickly, and reasonably tough to kill at 4 HP.
  • Both Jade Staff and Morning Glory; probably a couple copies of each, gets them out reliably pretty early. Unless you have some serious healing going on Morning Glory will kill you given a dozen or so turns and you can't do anything about it, so simply countering this deck's creatures isn't enough.
  • Blessing. Thankfully, the AI is dumb enough to use this on the dragons instead of the Pegasi.
  • Jade Shield. Soaks 2 damage a pop and is indestructible (also reflects direct damage spells). Also has Solar Buckler, although it is one of the worst shields in the game (and one of the crappiest upgraded shields by far).
  • Miracle (this should come as no surprise to anyone). Be prepared to fight through this God's 200 HP two or more times. (Edit: I'd like to see if we can get some idea of when Miracle uses this card. The highest HP at which the AI played Miracle is observed to be 102.)
  • Gods play miracle when the has less than 165% from the next predicted attack. That means, when the yellow bar on his hp covers about 2/3 of his remaining hp, he will use a miracle. for example, if i will do 60 predicted damage the next turn and miracle has 80 hp left, he will use miracle. If miracle has 100 hp left, he will not. If I do more than 133 damage per turn, Miracle will definitely use miracle on the next turn. So that time that miracle used miracle at 102 hp, you must have had at least 65 predicted damage on the miracle. ~Scapemaster
  • Yea and another thing, this miracle is very easy to counter. you can use a silence on the last turn. Also pegasus is more than 8 damage per turn because miracle tends to bless them. ~Scapemaster
    • Miracle uses Improved Miracle when it senses a fatal threat, which appears to be roughly 1.6x the damage you have showing. If you have 25 dmg on the board, then Miracle will fire at ~40hp or lower, but not at 41hp+.
    • As Miracle does not detect cards in your hand, hold back strong creatures until the fatal blow turn as well as waiting to play Parallel Universe on their strong dragons.
    • Destroying its Light Pillars works. If you get very lucky with a mutation from a Fallen Elf/Druid, that would do it too.
    • Miracle has way too many light towers and a triple light mark to do that. Instead, try to get creatures with decent attack and dive so you can double the damage on the last turn. ~Scapemaster

MorteEdit

  • HAS BEEN REVAMPED AS OF 08/05* Is no longer a crappy knockoff of Incarnate; currently running a Death / Light deck.

Notable Cards:

  • Retrovirus. Upgraded Virus hits everything you have out. The AI will sacrifice these to feed Vultures / Boneyard even if you have no creatures on the field, which you can exploit, but there are far too many of these for you to rely on that.
  • Graveyard. Creates 2/2 Elite Skeletons.
  • Condor. Thankfully they're not that much more powerful than Vultures .
  • Boneyard. Expect to see many of these.
  • Bonewall. Much more common now than in the old Morte deck.
  • Ray of Light. Skeleton / Bonewall fodder + fast Light quanta.
  • Archangel. Not really sure what these bring to the table, except that they hit pretty decently through shields.
  • Ivory Dragon. Another strong hitter.
  • Deadly Poison, Arsenic. Much more direct poison now than previously.
  • Improved Plague. Another relatively rare card; the AI seems to prefer to use Retroviruses.
  • Improved Miracle. I feel for you if you get past all the bonewalls only to see this played.

Morte has very little light quanta to work with because all it gets is from rays of lights which can be killed easily. If you get rid of them, that means no miraclese and no archangels. Condors are underestimated in morte's deck because if you don't kill them soon, he will have 5 which are 13/14 late game. ~Scapemaster

NeptuneEdit

He freezes your creatures and then uses shockwave on them. Has an air mark (3x) and lots of water towers.

Notable Cards:

  • Abyss Crawler
  • Congeal
  • Arctic Octopus
  • Shockwave
  • Eagle's Eye
  • Trident
  • Arctic Dragon
  • Permafrost Shield

Strategy: A fire shield to destroy the arctic octupuses quickly so that freezing is rarer.


Even though the Octopuses are dead, he still has congeals in his hand and 12 shock waves along with eagle's eye and permafrost shield, so the congeals are unevitable. Also, theres better things than fireshield, like an eagle's eye which you can kill things faster and hide behind a more useful shield. (if you use fire shield against fake gods, you're gonna lose a lot. just sayin') Don't let your hp run too low or else he will kill you with shockwaves (ive made that mistake about 20 times). This might be just my opinion, but neptune is a very easy god to deck out. with 66 cards and EXTREMELY low damage output. ~Scapemaster

OctaneEdit

Uses a Unstable Gas/Eagle's Eye deck (Mark: Fire x3). The main combos of this deck is to get Eagles Eye out, use animate Weapon to turn it into a creature, then do damage through Unstable Gases.

Notable Cards:

  • Unstable Gas - hideous damage from these quick bombs, plus they hurt every creature on both fields as well. Fortunately, you can often rely on these to bring his Animated Eagle's Eyes down to Otyugh-nomnoming range fairly quickly.
  • Eagle's Eye - He likes to fly lots of these, so you need Quintessenced creatures against him.
  • Explosion - Don't expect any unprotected permanent to last long, either.
  • Fire Buckler - Just in case you would manage to get out a protected creature.
  • Fire Lance - Uses it on creatures or directly to your health.
  • Animate Weapon
  • Air Nymph

{C}{C The otyugh is also a creature, so it will also take damage, and the turn you play it out, he will snipe it.

ObliteratorEdit

Mark of Gravity (x3) Gravity/earth deck. Kill you with unstoppable Shrieker and Dragon will using Gravity Pull on your notable creatures.

Notable cards:

  • Basalt Dragon
  • Elite Shrieker
  • Unstoppable
  • Gravity Force
  • Diamond Shield
  • Pulverizer

{C}{C He always burrows the shriekers, which makes them an annoying untargetable 5 damage per round with unstoppable. He will protect all his artifacts, so the pulverizer will also be a threat. If you manage to get through that, he will play gravity force on his dragons, giving him an extra turn or so to live. Overall, he's one of the hardest gods. ~Scapemaster

OsirisEdit

Mark of Gravity (x3) Gravity/time deck. Kills you with Pharaoh and LOTS of Scarabs. Even with Dim shields, expect high HP scarabs and Pharaoh's to be thrown at you from the Trebuchets so make sure you play Dim shields early enough to survive a few even if you lobo the Pharahs.

  • He has tons of Pharoahs that need to be taken out fast.
  • Turtle Shield
  • Precognition
  • Eternity rewinds your creatures (seldom uses)
  • Trebuchet (upgraded Catapult)
  • Unstoppable

ParadoxEdit

Mark of Time (x3) Lots of quick weenies that can build up quickly. Notable cards:

Notable Cards:

  • Improved Miracle - keeps him in the game until his swarm can over-run your defenses
  • Ray of Light - his only apparent source of light quanta. Kill these to keep his Miracles under control.
  • Elite Deja Vu - you will see lots of these, but if a 20/20 Elite Deja Vue doesn't scare you, you can take this God
  • Improved Blessings - lots of these make the weenies dangerous. Paradox piles them up on one of the weenies rather than spreading it around.
  • Morning Glory - eight constant points of damage that you can't steal
  • Electrum Hourglass - speedy deck runs through cards quickly. Steal or destroy these to slow him down
  • Twin Universe - will copy your heavy hitters. That can be good for you, he will copy creatures despite not having the right quanta to run them. On the other hand, he's been known to save these up and generate multiple copies of your dangerous creatures at once, which can be game winning.


{C}{C Paradox always uses blessings on the strongest creature in posession. so expect a field full of 1/1 and 2/2 creatures and about 3 or 4 20/20's from parallel universes. Also, theres 2 times he will spam out twin universes at you, one is when he is almost dead, another is when you are almost dead. Paradox is a very easy god because you can steal it's eternity (not morning glory because it doesnt have one) and rewind the buffed creatures. Paradox has no permanent control so you can just hide behind shields. You dont really need to steal his hourglasses because he has no control so the only thing it does is get more creatures for you to wipe out with fire storm ad more backup miracles which you can counter with silence. ~Scapemaster

RainbowEdit

Mark of Time (x3) Rainbow deck (obviously). Very heavily control-oriented, unlike most of the other False God decks. It's a very large deck, even compared to other False Gods, so there's a lot of randomness involved.

Notable Cards:

  • Werewolves, Graboids. Fast, strong hitters. Werewolves are really common here, Graboids, not so much.
  • Forest Specters. Not quite as fast to set up as Werewolves, but their growth is still a credible threat.
  • Explosion (improved Deflagration). Come up fairly often.
  • Improved Steal. Not that common, but you're likely to see at least one by the time you wear down the God.
  • Congeal (improved Freeze), Thunderbolt, Gravity Force, Rewind (improved reverse time), Eagle's Eye. Shuts down whatever creatures you use to try to counter this deck.
  • Electrum Hourglass. With all the extra cards and quanta False Gods get, this brings things out ridiculously fast .
  • Miracle. Is rarely played, but it's not a fun sight when it does.
  • Shockwave
  • Basilisks Blood


Steals and Explosions are actually very common, 1 out of every 9 cards. Also, gravity force and thunderbolt are more common than congeal and rewind and shockwave. Rainbow brings out an eagle's eye for more control. Rainbow actually only has 3 main creatures: forest spectre, werewolf, and elite graboids but has a lot of them.

ScorpioEdit

Mark of Death (x3) Water / Poison deck. Whereas player-made Water / Poison decks can be vulnerable to quick kills, trying to take out 200 HP before the poison kills you is a tremendous task. Highlights:

Notable Cards:

  • Physalia, Puffer Fish. Some walls will stop the Puffer Fish's poison, but nothing will stop the Physalia's except Purify.
  • Deadly Poison. This one's a hell of an upgrade; 3 poison each adds up very quickly.
  • Abyss Crawler, Arctic Dragon. Nothing amazing on their own, but trying to deal with strong creatures on top of all the poison thrown at you is a nightmare.
  • Ice Lance and Congeal. Shuts down whatever creatures you try to use.
  • Permafrost Shield. The single most annoying and arguably one of the most powerful shields in the game.
  • Poseidon. Be glad this deck doesn't have earth mana to use its ability. 4 damage / turn hurts, but isn't bad for improved weapons.
  • Ulitharids (Improved Mind Flayers). Doesn't have many of Aether pillars, so these won't shut you down right away, but they're still dangerous.

The main thing about Scorpio isnt the taking out 200hp, its the double draw. He will get ice lances and creature control faster than if a level 3 played it making it hard to kill. Also Scorpio congeals with octopuses, rarely the card itself. It also has a few purifies. ~Scapemaster

SeismEdit

Mark of Time (x3) running mostly Earth, uses upgraded Earthquake for pillar denial and then pulls out upgraded creature spam.

Notable cards:

  • Earthquake. The less reliant you are on pillars, the better.
  • Diamond Shield. Kind of makes pillarless FFQ swarm a no-go unless you can deflagrate every shield that gets put up (there are more than 1).
  • Electrum Hourglass. Creatures come out frighteningly fast with this in play.
  • Elite Graboid/Shrieker. These come out fast and do 10 damage/turn after they evolve; thankfully the AI tends to leave them burrowed even if nothing threatens them (with 4 HP they're resistant to a lot of things that can kill normal shriekers before they burrow, too).
  • Other elite earths: 1-2 Gnome Gemfinder, 6-9 Steel Golem, 4-4 Elite Antlion. These are the least of your worries.
  • 10-12 Basalt Dragon/13-4 Silurian Dragon.
  • Rewind (improved Reverse Time).
  • Protect Artifact.
  • Pulverizer (thankfully doesn't have any source of gravity quanta, so your permanents should be safe).

(Note: Possible & probable with mono-aether, I've beaten it repeatedly by playing 1-2 pillars / pendelums at a time, and by using 8pillars & 8pendelums instead of 16pillars. To create even more anti-Earthquake variety, you may want to upgrade only half of your quanta generators.)

Countering False Gods Edit

List strategies you've used to kill false gods here.

I dont suggest using any deck besides a rainbow against gods, because every other deck has a weakness. For example, aether has no permanent control, and life has no creature control. So with a combination of all the elements, picking the best cards from each one, we can create a deck that is fairly spread out and covers all of your weaknesses and can pinpoint a god's weaknesses. Of course, fully upgrading a rainbow god-killer deck is one of the hardest for people who dont have a good god-killer deck already because farming gods (in my opinion) is the best money making way, you have to battle in the arena or lv 3 or 4 until you have it semi-upgraded. then, you can start to battle gods. DO NOT attempt to battle with an unupgraded rainbow deck, you will lose for sure. At least upgrade the hourglasses and about 5 ok the key cards before starting. It's a frustrating process, but once you have a functioning god-killer deck, you will have all the money in the world. Thats when you can splurge on other fun and creative decks and try them against various things. Im not a fan of selling upgraded cards from fake god wins, unless i have 6 of it already (which i do for 90% of the cards) because you never know when it will be useful :) so in my opinion, maybe u disagree, but keep the cards you get from the gods. I mean, you could sell them, but think about whether you will need it in the future. For any rares you get like weapons, do not sell then unless you have 6. you will defenitely regret it. I know the urge to build a fun deck that you have just thought of but you have no money to so you have to sell bunch of cards. the best thing is to go on trainer and try it there, because the upgraded god-killer deck is the first deck you should work at. Plz message me if you want to know any further strategies and info about gods. ~Scapemaster


Oh yees some more things. ive found some useful strategies:

nightmare when they have 1 or less cards. VERY freaking useful. lowers their draw speed to 0 the next turn, then 1 a few turns after (because it keeps playing 1 card by 1 card)

elite otyugh, heavy armor and quintessence = instant 1/2 win. now u need to attack.

tried a light time ddeck, it was actually pretty good. every turn: rewind rewind rewind. (crusaders, eternity)

silence gods with healing spells the tuurn before the kill.

since gods are fast rushers, 6x shard of sacrifice, very useful even in a rainbow deck. 12 turns of immortality and healing! in those 12 turns a good rainbow deck should be able to kill.

~Scapemaster

SWEET 22 KILL STREAK!!! ^.^

(Seism, Fire queen, Fire queen, Elidnis, Lionheart, Elidnis, Ferox, Neptune, Destiny, Rainbow, Jezebel, Graviton, Miracle, Fire queen, Fire queen, Rainbow, Osiris, Elidnis, Morte, Scorpio, Hermes, Fire queen) lost to Eternal pheonix after, then sold all prize cards that i already had 6 of (which was everything even upgraded relics) and stopped playing xD

Heres the decks i used, 2 of them (it usually only gets 2-6 kill steaks but this was very lucky):

Mark of time

16 x Quantum Tower

6 x Supernova

5 x Electrum Hourglass

2 x Elite Otyugh

4 x Quintessence

6 x Wings

3 x Death Recluse

1 x Pulverizer

1 x Eagle's eye

1 x Elite Queen

1 x Fallen Druid

6 x Sundail

1 x Graveyard

1 x Bone Wall

2 x Fire storm

2 x Steal

1 x Enchant Artifact

1 x Purify

Sometimes I add an eternity.

2nd: you probably dont have the cards to build this one

Mark of Time

14 x Quantum Tower

6 x Supernova

6 x Quintessence

4 x Death Recluse

6 x Wings

1 x Silence (very damn useful, a total lifesaver, against miracle and other gods like it use it right before it uses miracle)

6 x Enchant Artifact

3 x Golden Nymph

These are some stupid things about gods that u people should take advantage of:

Lionheart draws too much, then quintessences all his scarabs so cant rewind them and save himself, then decks out.

Fire queen gets pwned by fire storm + bone wall + bone yard + quintessensed fallen druid 3 times in a row. It also plays fahrenheit when it had about 5 fire quanta. When it had about 30+, it switched to eagles eye. he could have just animated the fahrenheit, but he switched it first then animated the eagle.

Elidnis quintessences its strongest monsters (22/23) forest spectre so it cant parallel universe them. So it parallel universe's my elite firefly 4 times.

I waited for Rainbow who casted 2 explosions and a steal on my bone wall, then played my hourglasses. I was about to lose against him, then he buried all his shriekers and left me at 3hp. then i killed him.

Miracle waited until its hp bar was fully yellow before trying to use miracle. then got silenced. The time after that, it used up it's light quanta for converting into life. Then died. After that, it up it's light for a light dragon. Then it died again.

Osiris makes his scarabs devour the pharaohs when the field is full. Then catapults them all, until his scarabs were down to 5hp. My miracle saved me from catapults :)

Incarnate would sacrifice a retrovirus for an elite skeleton or two when you have nothing on the field. Then you play your otyugh and devour the skeletons.

Jezebel casts nymph tears on so many quantum towers that he has no quantum towers left, and no quanta to play the effects. Then my fire storm killed a good 1/2 of them and my quintessenced otyugh finished the rest.

Hermes plays armor on lava destroyers, followed by a rage potion. I snipe it the turn after. He continues to play lava destroyers into my bone wall, then gets sniped. I had 39 when he died.

Seism casts rewind on my elite queen again and again while my otyugh with 15 hp devours his basalt dragons. It's fun to watch his final words, the granite skins.

Destiny jammed all chaos powers on a ray of light. So did chaos lord. Then I rewinded it. (Chaos lord stole my eternity after, and i stole it back. then he casted explosion on it.) Destiny mutated my elite queen into a 12-13 stone dragon with deja vu. I killed it with fire storm. The deja vu gave me a 17-13 black dragon with steal. Stole all the hourglasses.

Morte would rather play an archangel than a miracle, which it needed at the time. His archangel, which was at 4hp at the time because i sniped it, healed itself instead of a 16-2 vulture about to die.

Graviton rains rain of fire on my almost full field skeletons 3 times, ignoring the 3 bone walls that became 67 soon after.

Neptune shockwaves my Elite queen then freezes it. then it plays a trident then an eagles eye right after on the same turn.

Scorpio's AI was smarter, but it had a bad deck. :)

I kept generating and mutating fireflies. Decay wasted 9 siphon lifes killing them, which would have killed me if he targeted me. Then he died. Gemini spammed all parallel universes on a Phase recluse. then it used unstoppable on 1 of them. I sniped it and continued to hide behind shields.

Obliterator protected his towers. then he played a pulverizer and diamond shield for me to steal.

Octane had 3 gases on the field. Then, he played 2 air nymphs and did 60 damage to me, killing his nymphs.

Divine Glory rains Explosions on my bone wall. I play my Hourglasses after. (thats a strategy i use a lot) Then i build a full army of mutated creatures, while hiding hehind my shield at 4hp. He wont explode my shield and kill me. Instead, he does that on hourglasses. then, i was doing 117 damage per turn and killed it after watching it use 2 miracles.

Dream Catcher quintessences the Abomination without a skill, and is left with 3 butterfly effects in his hand (wouldve lost if he didnt). In mid-game, i had a 2-3 healing devourer and a 15-15 growing light dragon. Dream catcher lightninged or shockwaved my dragon once every turn. I healed it once every turn. Then it used 2 black holes and died to my mutation army.


Theres a lot of you who say "this god is impossible, that god is impossible." the trick is, be smarter than the computer. the computer will make mistakes one after another, but you can play flawlessly. (if you cant, then dont play fake gods until you can). of course, a good, fully-upgraded deck is also important, but if you dont know how to exploit the AI's faults, no deck no matter how good can win. You dont need a fully-upgraded deck to win, but you need to be smarter than the computer. gl!

~Scapemaster

Mono-AetherEdit

  • 18x Aether Pillar
  • 6x Phase Dragon
  • 6x Dimensional Shield

-Improvement against Miracle and Destiny: Add: 2-4x Parallel Universes {C}{C Strategy: Miracle only regenerates when a loss is being threatened. Hold on to Parallel Universes and employ as endgame. Miracle will usually have a really pumped Dragon (between 20-30 damage) that you can copy multiple times and win before regen occurs.)

Or, you can use a silence when almost about to kill him. Ever thought of that? xD ~Scapemaster

Do not bother running any lightning bolts; you will not be able to shut down the fake gods' creature setups, so you're slowing yourself down much more than you are them. You might try Lobotomizer but that seems pretty iffy (your big weakness is things that kill your shield, most of which can also kill Lobotomizer). Fire Queen and Miracle have no way to deal with your dimensional shield but are very good at stalling so you'll have to be lucky with draws in order to keep shields up long enough to win. Morte and Incarnate both have Steal but will rarely use it and have limited offensive capacity when they can't feed off your creatures, but both of them also stall pretty well thanks to Improved Dusk and Bone wall; again, if you're lucky you can win.


Gemini can potentially hammer you to death with multiplying momentum'd colossal dragons, but seems to have trouble setting this combo up so you may actually be able to outrace Gemini if you can keep dimensional shield up more consistently (it doesn't seem to have that many shields, either). Rainbow has lots of counters but doesn't reliably get them out, so with a lot of luck you can beat it. Same with Chaos Lord; if you're lucky you won't see Discord or Momentum at all, but random mutation effects can still destroy you, and his Dissipation Fields are a huge pain.

{C}{C Graviton and Hermes may theoretically be beatable with extreme luck, but they bring out counters (explosion/momentum) more reliably than rainbow or chaos lord. Scorpio and Seism are lost causes; Scorpio will kill you with poison regardless of your shield and Seism will destroy all your pillars.

Graviton and hermes... let me see. Get an otyugh and quintessence it early game, or get eagle's eye and protect it. Theres and instant win. ~Scapemaster


{C}Overall, both Miracle and Incarnate are usually easy wins. For Miracle, use the strategy listed above. For Incarnate, have a Lobotomizer out and use it on all the Viruses and Parasites then Parallel Universe their Vampires. All this is done with Dimensional Shields of course. It is important that they can't target your Vampires with poison otherwise it will feed their Boneyards/Bone Walls. This should be an easy win provided that you have enough Dimensional Shields at the right time.


COMMENT from Scapemaster Scorpio is actually a decent deck, and you cant beat it with mono/dual elemental decks. this requires a rainbow. Why? because every element has it's flaws, for example, aether lacks permanent control. Aether does not work against Scorpio because of his chrysoaras, and even if you get a lobotomizer on the first turn, you will deck out to his permafrost shield (which ignores immortality) and purifies.

Those of you who have 1:1 win loss ratio with mono aether are very lucky. look at it this way. I have gotten 40:5 ratios with my rainbow deck, but my average is about 5:2. aether is actually very bad against fake gods, and ill tell you why. You will lose to chaos lord. he will steal and esplode your shields, with both the spells and the mutated creature effects. you will lise to dark matter, too many elite chargers and black holes you wont be able too play your shields or use lobotimizer. You will lose to decay. lobotomizer does not remove the pest's quanta effect, just it's burrow effect. then he will drain your hp away or steal you shield and kill you with eclipse+pests.You will defenitely die to divine glory, explosions and miracles. dream catcher will butterfly effect ur permanents, and even if u get a lobo, he will steal the lobo and continue whie black hole-ing, quicksanding, etc. Elidnis will deck you out. 10 feral bonds 4 heals. eternal pheoniz will pound you into a fiery oblivion. ferox will deck you out, 12 feral bonds. fire queen also has 12, including fire bolts. gemini will momentum a recluse and parallel universe it 5 times. youll be dead before you can remove all momentum effects with lobo. graviton deflagarates all your shields. so does hermes. Incarnate might be possible, but you have a risk of decking out to bone walls. Miracle will defenitely deck you out. so will morte (he has miracles, believe it or not.) Neptune might also be possible, considerin the fact that you get lucky and none of your creatures freeze to his shield (even immortal ones). Octane deflagarates shields and explodes in 20hp steps. obliterator's diamond shield, gravity forces, pulverizer, you have no chance. Osiris catapults all his scarabs. Paradox is beatable if you get lucky and he doesnt draw too many miracles (he only has 4). a aether deck is a joke against rainbow. scorpio is possible, but very hard. purifies for heaing, and poison damage (but that can be voided a little) its like neptune except with a bit of healing and poison. Seism has no shield control, but he has a diamond shield and stone skins. you will lose by deck out. so this is why aether decks are not good against fake gods. 1:1 ratio with it is extremely lucky, if you see someone say that, its their record, not their average. ~Scapemaster

{C}{C A Suggestion: Use a Lobotomizer

A Lobotomizer would help greatly with Graviton. It'd be able to counter most, if not all, of the momentums Graviton brings out. You would take much less dmg. if it came out early enough.

Also- Incarnate would be greatly slowed if lobotomizer came out early. Without bloodsucker and vampire's effects, making copies via parallel universe is more worthwhile. One good option would be to copy a vampire, and then lobotomize the original. It's even possible to gain an elemental mastery with this, as the vampire(s) can heal you back to 100.

Chaos Lord is extremely easy to deal with even without lobotomizer, but you can use it to get rid of any momentums which occur.

Scorpio might even be possible, if you get the Lobo out on the first or second turn.



COMMENT from ace11201 {C}Incarnate is horribly simple with mono-aether. with or w/o lobotomizer. Honestly I don't think I have seen Incarnate play a steal.

COMMENT from ChaplainOzaki : I'm running a mono-aether against the false gods and I'm 10 for 10 losses. Incarnate, Miracle, it doesn't seem to matter. All the dimensional shields in the world aren't enough to allow all the phase dragons needed to make a dent in a bone wall or to counteract empathic bond. And god forbid a gravity shield comes out (seeing as phase dragons are 8/6), you might as well quit if that happens.

COMMENT: from ponderthings: FFQ is impossible. The only way I see a victory is if a player uses the 'use a Lobotomizer' suggestion so that a Lobotomizer will lobotomize the Elite Queens early enough. The likelihood of that happening is near impossible. Multiple empaths will make any move you make useless, so all FFQ has to do is wait for your phase shields to run out. The appearance of bonewall in Incarnate can usually be bested, but in Morte its significantly harder to have your phase shields outlast the Bonewalls. The only good thing about this deck is it works against Miracle fairly well (Incarnate, Chaos Lord, and Morte are also beatable, but the rate of success is far lower for them.

COMMENT: from Danaroth: Run 2xLobo, 4xPU and 4xDragons; also an upgraded purify can help; it will greatly improve winning rate. Rainbow and especially Graviton are impossible to beat anyway with any Mono-Aether. Seism instead is actually easy, especially with upgraded pillars; but don't waste your PU on him (except when you can actually kill him), just stall and be sure to save quanta to use the shield every time.

COMMENT: As the game is now, grinding fake gods blindly with mono-aether has quite a low expected value, probably negative. But if you build money slowly by checking oracle once a day and fighting only false gods you know you can win, you'll have an easy time against a lot of them, since you get to use your best build for each matchup. Load up on Parallel Universes against Miracle, bring Pulverizers when they make a difference, and play some generic build like 17 pillars 6 shields 6 dragons 1 immortal against the straightforward matchups.

COMMENT: Neptune was quite easy with this deck. The Lobotomizer let me nullify the octopi, so I could PU some Abyss Crawlers to help deal damage, but it wasn't really necessary.

COMMENT: from V_Vpire: I use 16 pillars, 1 Lobotomizer (Upgraded,but optional), 1 silence , 2 Mindgates and 6 shield and 6 dragon, total 32 cards, may reduced 2 pillars when pillars all upgrade to Tower. Easy kill Lionheart, save silence to the end to kill miracle and paradox, A very good chance against Destiny, Incarnate and Neptune. In short, very good chances against false god with no-permant control. Always save the quanta for the dragon at the cost of no shield at starting. Play mindgate Only at abundant quanta

Dive/Parallel UniverseEdit

  • 6x Parallel Universe
  • 6x Dimensional Shield
  • At least 10x aether pillars
  • At least 4x wind pillars (Mark of Air recommended in order to minimize the number of pillars required)
  • 3-4x Wyrm/Pegasus
  • Light pillars and Blessings optional


This plays out similarly to the mono-aether deck, using dimensional shield to stall for time while you set up, but with a few key differences. Obviously, you're not using immaterial creatures, and your creatures are actually rather flimsy. However, while mono-aether is a long, slow grind, dive abuse is the fastest way to 200 damage in the game, period. Going for plain air/aether is the most reliable way to go; trying to spread yourself across air/light/aether is a big gamble. It's a gamble that can potentially pay off, though, as when it works it can make your crazy fast setup even faster. You have to get quite lucky to even get a window against most of the fake gods, though, so I'd prefer to be able to reliably exploit that rare window rather than hoping for a slightly wider window.

The key feature of this deck is that it is extremely optimized for beating Miracle; Miracle's deck is vulnerable to Dimensional Shield stalling but phase dragons can have trouble killing quickly enough, especially in the face of multiple full heals. With dive this is not an issue as you can easily deal out 200 damage per turn once you get going, letting you beat Miracle with great consistency. It takes a very bad draw for it to fail against Miracle; if you get enough shields you can go through your whole deck and are guaranteed to win pretty much regardless of what else you draw, but unlike mono-aether you don't actually need that many shields as you can score kills with ridiculous speed.

This deck may be vulnerable to all of the other fake gods, but you can quite possibly afford to just take the fake god quest repeatedly, losing to everything but Miracle, and still turn a tidy profit if you're lucky enough to win cards from Miracle consistently. It's so fast and powerful that it actually does have a slim chance against some of the other gods if they're slow to set up, though, as occasionally does happen. Fire Queen and Chaos Lord can be killed this way if you are very lucky, although your creatures will usually just get sniped or mutated respectively. Seism might be beatable; quicksand and reverse time can mess you up badly, but quicksand isn't as fatal as it is for mono-aether and you can potentially still bring out a kill before anything gets reversed. Similarly, you can probably outrace Gemini if he doesn't pull out momentum or lobotomizer, although you may run into dimensional shield.

Rainbow counters your creatures hard, so that's out. Ditto Scorpio; I could almost see a sequence of plays from Scorpoio that would let you win, but it would just be astronomically unlikely. Morte seems almost attainable as it's prone to slow setups sometimes, but it carries too many inexpensive creatures that will kill yours so I wouldn't count on it. Incarnate is even worse, with bonewall spam on top of its poison creatures. On the other hand, who cares about what your dive deck loses to? Just keep fighting until you encounter Miracle again.


P.S. Just wanted to note, this deck works well against Paradox as well. Also, adding the Owl's Eye to this deck makes for an easy match against Incarnate.




Youve gotta be kidding me. this deck cant make a dent on any of the fake gods. plz tell me this isnt your actual godkiller deck ~Scapemaster

Earth/TimeEdit

  • Mark of Time
  • 6x Graboid
  • Multiple Earthquakes
  • Multiple Reverse Times
  • Titanium Shield, Enchant Artifact highly recommended

Denial is not easy against false gods due to their 3x mark and fast mana, but some of them are vulnerable. Morte has a low pillar count, so if you can knock out his obsidian towers early you can cripple him. The bad news: most of his darkness creatures are dirt cheap and include devourers, which will negate your denial tactics unless you can reverse them away ASAP. Morte spams lots of weak creatures so if you get your shield up you can block most of his damage, and you'll probably be able to Enchant Artifact before he bothers stealing it. You might be able to deny Incarnate's obsidian towers as well but he has a lot more of them than Morte does, so it'll be harder.

Fire Queen can potentially be denied emerald pillars, and Titanium Shield works reasonably well against her swarm. Scorpio is vulnerable too, running three different types of towers but relying almost entirely on water creatures (which is not his mark), most of which are fairly expensive; his poison kills you quickly though, so good luck. Miracle has a three-way split as well but is probably a lost cause; there are creatures from all three colors to worry about, and even if you take out all the towers Mark of Light will still let it bring out a light dragon or Morning Glory and beat you to death. Gemini has lots of expensive cards and is split across two colors, but the creatures it does bring out (particularly phase recluses, which come out quickly even with just Mark of Aether x3) will kill you in a hurry.

Surprisingly you may be able to out-deny Seism, but if he gets gnomes out then that strategy goes out the window; even if you reverse them, he'll bring them back out the next time he plays a tower; also he will sometimes use Protect Artifact on his stack. You could try taking out Hermes' or Graviton's towers, but they have lots of them (plus Hermes has brimstone eaters for cheap fire quanta, just like Seism's gnomes).

I don't think denial would work very well against Rainbow or Chaos Lord; their quantum towers give them giant piles of quanta fast, and their creatures are all dirt cheap.

Gravity/Light stall (experimental)Edit

  • 6-8x gravity pillar
  • 4-8x light pillar
  • 4-6x otyugh
  • 2-3x armagio
  • 2-3x guardian angel
  • 2-3x momentum
  • 1-3x blessing
  • 2-6x nova is extremely helpful; splashing 1-2x deflagration is a huge help, also consider substituting plate armor for blessing

Otyughs can be really useful against the fake gods, but otyugh decks have problems getting damage out fast enough; even if you're munching everything the turn it comes out, the damage that gets done by incoming creatures adds up and kills you before you can chip away 200 HP. The otyugh/armagio/guardian angel combo is finicky to set up, but when everything falls in place it is excellent here. Novas are highly recommended; they give you a better chance against Seism and make it much easier to get everything set up in time; moreover, you can use the extra mana to splash a few extra cards from other colors. Deflagration should be your #1 priority here. All the false gods carry rare weapons which will kill you in spite of the armagios; most of the decks seem to have 1x or maybe 2x of their weapon card tops, so they usually won't come out quickly, but this is a slow damage combo so you'll almost always see a weapon come out before you get to the end.

As usual, Morte is the weakest link here--if you can get an otyugh out first, your chances are looking good (you'll need more than one in the long run, though, or else things get unmanageable once he gets multiple boneyards out). You don't have to worry about creature poisoning nearly as much as with most decks; the otyughs can devour incoming retrovirus and parasites, your otyughs can offset poisoning with a steady supply of food, and your guardian angels can heal up your otyughs when needed. Morte doesn't have much in the way of fast damage either, so your armagios can last a while. Incarnate is a bit harder than Morte; if he gets lots of vampires + eclipse out fast you may be in trouble, but otherwise things should be manageable. Fire Queen is tricky but doable. Chaos Lord can be interesting; while his mutations screw your combo up, if you get otyughs set up quickly and eat all his elves it will probably take him a while to mutate all your creatures, giving you time to bring out backup. All his common creatures can be eaten by otyughs with 4 or more HP, if you're quick enough.

Hermes has a ton of great otyugh fodder, but the dragons and lava destroyers he brings out do a lot of damage even if you devour them right away, plus he tends to fahrenheit/firebolt you to death in spite of armagios. Seism isn't quite as bad as he is with a lot of other decks, but that's not saying much; if you can get set up before he earthquakes all your pillars (5 HP otyughs eat most of what he has), and feed pillars out sparingly, you can do pretty well but he'll almost always reverse time your otyughs before they get big enough to eat any of his fat creatures. Similarly, Scorpio would require extreme luck but might be possible; his deadly poison is hugely dangerous, but he does rely a lot on creatures that you can devour if you set up quickly enough (freeze will screw you though).

Against Miracle you lose, period. Morning Glory comes out quickly and kills you in a dozen turns, far too quickly for you to do anything, and there are a lot of beefy dragons here too. Rainbow has way too many creature counters to really be feasibly beaten with this deck. Gemini seems tempting as you can eat his spiders, block his immortals, eat anything he tries cloning, and generally last for a while, but given enough time he'll get dragons with momentum, or lobotomizer, or multiple phase dragons, and then you're dead.

Gravity/fire might be worth exploring, trying to outpace damage rather than avoid it; managing the split between fire/gravity quanta is trickier, though, making set-up still very unreliable.

Took out Miracle and Gemini by stuffing 2 feral bonds and 2 steals in there, for Gemini added gravity pulls, not for you, but for him. Not as easy as Miracle (With the bonds, you can heal past miracle's glories, actually had most of my losses coming from decking out, the ones that weren't were from turn 2 golden dragons.) but killing or making his field full of half-dead massives can be the start of a victorious run as it's more likely you can eat them. (poison/infection is way too slow) The more spiders played/TU'd before the first massive comes the better off you are. Had a couple close ones that were decided by choosing between playing armagio or gravving his massive. I have 3 supernovas over regular, though. Primarily if you clear his field of the first salvo (massive + 2 TUs usually), you can win. With all otyughs and angels out, you can heal past the immaterials. Use the steals on the shields, and you'll get a little bonus healing while they're up. I've only seen him TU an otyugh once, upon clearing the field and he without a dragon in his hand and at over 20hp. The amount of towers he has benefits you in this case. It may be best to hold off on using this until you can upgrade the otyughs that really boosted the potency, and lessened the danger. (NOT the angels, he'll TU those for sure). Have not seen him TU an armagio, I think he's damage-focused. Overall it's a lot of fun and I found it to have a decent ratio, with adjustment. May also consider bringing a nymph tear for additional healing. Obviously, use light. Gemini will steal the grav nymph to lock you down if he doesn't have a dragon up. Shouldn't worry about his shields unless you've dealt with at least one lobotomizer. It's rare I see both played though. Generally speaking immaterials only hurt if they're the first played cards. A minor variant you could use if you're losing because you took too long, is to add in an air pendulum or two to weaken the massives with an owl/eagle eye. Build around the massives IMO, not around the imms/shields~Moskaubear

Rainbow (Otyugh)Edit

I made several improvement to this strategy. Now it offers more consistency against all gods (wins more often). So far it had won against all gods but Seism and Scorpio. Some were occassional of cause, killing Rainbow was pure luck. Also because of sundials it become a bit faster.

  • Mark of Gravity

http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/2420/rainbowy.jpg

Strategy is to put out at least 1 Otyugh, several boneyards, empatic bond (so you will heal) and than just eat opponent out. Fallen Elf should mutate anything big that AI put on table so the Otyugh could eat it. Use Owl's Eye to lower health and eat some more tough creatures. Use Hourglasses to speed up setup. Use Mind Flayers to stop opponent creatures, to feed Otyugh, or {C}{C as genetic matherial for mutations depending on situation.

Pros: when fully setup (2 Empatic, 3-4 Otyugh (feeded), Fallen elf, 3-4 Boneyard and 10-12 sceletons) really hard to beat and capable to heal 50+ damage every turn.

Cons: need time to setup. But now with some sundials in deck this task easier.

Now about gods:

Seism: Unbeatable. He will strip you out of pillars really fast.

Gemini: Tough, but beatalbe. Main here is to have sundial in hand and Fallen Elf in field when he will start {C}{C to PU dragons/otyughs. Play sundial, mutate them into aboms and eat out. Also, hold steal to remove lobotomizer from him. {C}{C Mind Flayers also help a lot in removing Momentum from his creatures. (buggy atm, do not remove momentum from PU creature) {C}{C Hint: if you have several otyughs - eat with little one, so when he PU, it will be not that deadly.

Miracle: Win, it is however posible to lost if you have REALLY bad draw. {C}{C Just get empatic bond and pump up otyughs so they can eat everything he put on table.

Morte: Another tough one, most probable defeat. Really hard to beat, but if you have good draw there is a chance. {C}{C If you managed to draw Mind Flayer early situation come under control. Main is to setup heal here, so steal his boneyards, {C}{C at least 2 empatic bonds is a must. He will use poison so heal should be really good.

Incarnate: Win, another easy fight. He loves to stall, and this deck needs time to setup. So, eat his virusses/vampires/parasites. {C}{C Steal his boneyards. It is mandratory to get some steals and empatic bond but most times it will come fast.

Chaos Lord: Totally random. Either you setup defences and win or lost really fast. Depends on mutations he get.

Rainbow: Unbeatable. To many creature control.

Graviton: Unbeatable. Only way to win is if he gets a terrible draw, and you get a perfect draw.

Fire Queen: Beatable. Key is to draw at least one Elite Otyugh and steal (so you can remove her eagle eyes). {C}{C If she manage to fly up her eagle eye early you most probably lost. Later you able to deal with it.

Hermes: Beatable. But low chances due to many creature removal.

Scorpio: Unbeatable. You will die of poison.

To sum up this deck gives you good chances against 2 gods, normal chances against 2 other gods, slim chances against 3, and 4 is unbeatable. I farming a lot with this deck and now have almost all pillars upgraded to towers. {C}{C Fun deck to play, but not fast. Any suggestions welcome :)

I suggest taking out 2 steal,a boneyard and an otyugh and put in 2 enchant artifact and 2 purify it makes siesm and scorpio quite easier.

SCORPIO:

Very beatable purify midgame  giving u chances to build up after a purify and control his creature count and the only thing you would have to worry about is deadly poison which you should heal back with with empathy. 5/6 wins on the notorious scorpio.

SEISM:

As soon as u can protect your stack of pillars/towers makes him useless if you can play it like 1st or 2nd turn latest! but otherwise makes him very easy to conquer knowing his quicksands fall short. 2/5 wins on seism.

I would also suggest removing 6 towers/pillars from the deck to put in 6 supernovas but only supernovas because the regular kind doesnt cut it. It greatly increases the speed of the deck since against alot of the gods the 1st and 2nd turn can be the most important. but 2 of every quantum with no cast cost u can almost play anything in the deck with 2 supernovas u can unload on the 1st turn (elite otyugh, fallen druid, sundial, hourglass,boneyard, feral bond, mind flayer and steal) all ready to go




Ah finally, someone who actually makes decent decks xD

well it still have a few problems: it's very vulnerable to creature control. more gods have creature control than permanent control. secondly, think supernovas. ik why people dont use them, because towers provide more in the long run. but havent you ever gotten like 60 spare quanta in every element? supernova helps play things quicker. i suggest heavy armor for otyughs. i also think that your hourglasses will get destroyed too easily. you are missing stuff from elements like earth; you know that some of the best cards are in earth right? granite skin, pulverizer, enchant artifact...

why arent druids upgraded? once you get an otyugh up to 11 hp with armor you dont have to worry about what it mutates into (99% of the time) and they can massively improve your army of skeletons. also, too much quanta. less towers :) ~Scapemaster

Control CardsEdit

Name Creature Control Permanent Control Quanta Control
Chaos Lord 2 MaxwellsDemonUpgraded 6 ImprovedMutation 8 FallenDruid 2 Congeal 2 ImprovedSteal 2 Explosion None
Dark Matter 4 EliteOtyugh 8 GravityForce None 12 BlackHoleElite 4 GravityNymph
Decay 2 Electrocutor 12 SiphonLife 4 ImprovedSteal 12 Pest
Destiny 4 MaxwellsDemonUpgraded 4 FallenDruid 8 Rewind 4 EternityUpgraded None None
Dream Catcher 2 RageElixir 2 Congeal 4 Shockwave 2 Thunderbolt 6 ButterflyEffectUpgraded 4 DiscordUpgraded 2 BlackHoleElite 2 Quicksand 4 Pest
Divine Glory None 12 Explosion None
Elidnis 10 Congeal 6 Ulitharid 10 TwinUniverse None None
Eternal Phoenix FireLance FireStorm Thunderbolt 4 Explosion None
Ferox None None None
Fire Queen 6 FireLance 6 EaglesEye None None
Gemini 2 Electrocutor 12 TwinUniverse None None
Graviton 2 GravityForce 2 FireStorm 4 Explosion None
Hermes 12 FireLance 4 FireStorm 2 FireBuckler 4 RageElixir 12 Explosion None
Incarnate 8 Retrovirus 8 Bloodsucker None None
Miracle None None None
Morte 12 Retrovirus 6 ImprovedPlague None None
Neptune Congeal 2 EaglesEye 4 PermafrostShield Shockwave ArcticOctopus Inundation None None

No earth quanta for Poseidon

Obliterator 10GravityForce 4PulverizerUpgraded None
Octane 4 FireLance 2 FireBuckler 10 EaglesEye 12 UnstableGasElite 4 Explosion None
Osiris
Paradox 10 TwinUniverse None None
Rainbow
Scorpio 6 Congeal 2 IceLance 4 ArcticOctopus 4 Ulitharid 4 PermafrostShield 4 TwinUniverse None None
Seism 8 Rewind 12 Quicksand No gravity quanta for PulverizerUpgraded

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