If you were like me, you probably choose Monsters as your first faction in Gwent. Heck, there was a big sign in the game that basically told you to pick them! This article will show you some resources to learn how to pilot the Monster’s starter deck and some simple ways to improve it right away for zero scraps.
If you like Gwent in the style of bloodthirsty quasi-Vikings with a side of necromancy, then Skellige is the right faction for you. This guide will go over how to pilot the Skellige starter deck, and a couple of tweaks that you can make for zero scraps to make the deck even better.
With Harmony and Elves as traditional powerhouses in the meta, choosing Scoia’tael as your first faction is a sound choice. The guide will go over some easy changes you can make for zero scraps to instantly improve the Scoia’tael starter deck.
If you picked the Northern Realms as your first faction, you will notice that its starter deck has a hodgepodge of charge, order, and boost cards without a very clear archetype. This guide will show you some resources on how to pilot the Northern Realms starter deck, and how you can make some very simple changes for zero scraps to help create better synergy.
Nilfgaard- winner of this past season’s faction challenge- is a polarizing perennial fan favorite for its ability to disrupt your opponents gameplan. The starter deck features two locks to stop opposing engines, and this gude will show you how to add even more for zero scraps.