Quinn Miss Fortune deck list guide – Season of Plunder – Legends of Runeterra (May 2020)
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Our Quinn Miss Fortune deck list guide features the best Legends of Runeterra deck list for the Season of Plunder (May 2020). Our Quinn Miss Fortune guide also contains Mulligan advice, card combos and strategy tips.
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The combination of Quinn and Miss Fortune lend this to an aggressive playstyle. Quinn, and the Scout cards included in this deck as well as the Rally option later on, let you attack multiple times per turn. You have all kinds of ways around your opponent, from being able to grant an enemy Vulnerable to get your attacks off to generating multiple Scout units to attack twice per turn.
With Miss Fortune able to level up faster thanks to all your Scout units, you’ll be dealing Nexus damage with every attack, and you’ll even be able to grant Barrier to your units when you need to keep them alive.
Here’s the latest version of the Quinn Miss Fortune, and we’ll keep you posted as the metagame develops.
|3 x Fleetfeather Tracker||3 x Hired Gun|
|3 x War Chefs||3 x Miss Fortune|
|3 x Single Combat||2 x Island Navigator|
|3 x Brightsteel Protector||3 x Razorscale Hunter|
|2 x Loyal Badgerbear||2 x Citrus Courier|
|3 x Riposte|
|3 x Grizzled Ranger|
|3 x Quinn|
|1 x Cithria the Bold|
|3 x Back to Back|
Select and copy the long ID string below, then click ‘Import Deck’ in Legends of Runeterra’s Collection to export this deck into your game.
Deck Import ID: CEBQEAQAAYEQGAQGAUKRMBQBAAERUHJFFEVQEAICAABQEAQGCE7ACAIBAAZQ
Quinn and Miss Fortune, despite being from different Regions, both have the same level up condition. This makes them synergise fantastically together, and if you can get them both on board at the same time you’ll be home free easily.
Early game: Get your board ticking over as quickly as possible. Fleetfeather Tracker remains one of the best 1-drops in the game, and you can follow it up with any number of small units. If you can get Miss Fortune played on turn 3 you’ll be in a great position, but otherwise just keep your board going with your selection of decent units. Attack when you can, but early on you don’t want to be wasting units you don’t have to.
Mid Game: Get Quinn, Miss Fortune, or both in play, and then you should start shifting gears. Quinn offers the Scout ability, as well as a copy of Valor upon being played, and Miss Fortune can deal damage to all battling units and the enemy Nexus without even being in combat.
Send your Scout units to attack first on their own, as this gives you two attacks per turn. Hired Gun will help you target specific enemies by giving them Vulnerable, so take their biggest threats out of combat and go for the attacks. This’ll mean you can upgrade Quinn and Miss Fortune in just 2 attacking turns, or even the one if you used Relentless Pursuit. After this, you just need to keep the pressure high.
Late Game: At this point, if you haven’t upgraded your Champions, that’s your only goal. If you have, just keep attacking. To be fair though, you do have one other final gambit – Cithria the Bold. She gives all other battling units +1/+1 and Fearsome, which could catch your enemy off-guard if they haven’t prepared and have a board full of small units. Island Navigator‘s summoned token and the rest of your cheap units are made a whole lot scarier by this, and can sometimes be enough to end the game.
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Quinn Miss Fortune Mulligan guide
These are the cards you’ll want to make the best possible start with Quinn Miss Fortune:
- 1. Miss Fortune: She’s not the cheapest, but getting Miss Fortune out on the board as quickly as possible makes for a great turn 3 play, especially if you already have units in play.
- 2. Fleetfeather Tracker: A classic turn 1 play, you’ll be able to contest and block enemies, whilst also having the option to use Challenger for smarter plays.
- 3. War Chefs: A good Support ability combined with decent stats makes War Chefs great for turn 2.
Quinn Miss Fortune tips, combos and synergies
Here’s a quick overview of a few things you might want to watch out for when you’re playing this deck.
– Both Quinn and Miss Fortune have the same level up requirement. When they see you attack 4 times, then you’ll get them levelled. However, they don’t have to attack themselves, so you can send allies in instead. They will also get two steps to completion if you attack twice per turn thanks to Scout.
– Razorscale Hunter gives an enemy of your choice Vulnerable, meaning you can pull it out of the way with one of your smaller units and hit the Nexus with everything else. Vulnerable also lets you force enemies onto the board to get them in range of Miss Fortune‘s damage.
– Cithria the Bold is a really solid finishing move, especially against boards of small units who can’t block Fearsome.
– Grizzled Ranger‘s Last Breath summons a Loyal Badgerbear, and since Grizzled Ranger has Scout, the summoned minion can attack straight after the Ranger’s death.
– Upon upgrade, Quinn can summon Valor, a 2/1 with Scout and Challenger, every time she attacks. This can be huge, since you’ll end up getting bonus attacks from Scout every time.
– Miss Fortune deals 3 to all battling enemies and the enemy Nexus when your allies attack. She doesn’t have to be attacking, only on board in order to make this work. Remember though – only battling enemies are hit, so use Challenger and Vulnerable to drag the foes you want in.
– Citrus Courier has a Plunder ability, which triggers if you’ve already attacked the enemy Nexus this turn. He’ll give you an attack token if you don’t have one already, and heal all your allies by 3 – a potentially devastating finisher, especially if you’ve already attacked twice thanks to Scout.