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Welcome to Zenonzard Card Game Tier List. We have consulted with closed beta Zenonzard players and created this reliable tier list for all the players. If you’re new and don’t know which cards to reroll for then follow our tier list guide.
Zenonzard: Artificial Card Intelligence is a CCG (collectible card game) which means you will need to acquire cards and build a powerful deck. In order to do that, you will open card packs which sometimes are also called gacha, so you need to be wise and choose which cards to use in a deck and this becomes even more important once you come to the rerolling step.
As soon as you start the game you will be able to open 10 Awaken Packs. After opening these packs, consult our tier list and reroll guide and make a decision if you’re satisfied with the opened cards. If not, you will need to clear game data and restart the game once more.
What’s really great about this rerolling is that you don’t need to actually do anything and reroll immediately when the game starts. This will save you a lot of time so you can prepare to reroll for the best results.
When you’re rerolling, try to aim for these cards:
The extra BP and DP can turn the game around. Useful in many decks. He might appear purchasable in prebuilt decks.
Deals big damage just for summoning her. Colorless finisher but expensive and costs 9 to summon.
Vicerave, Alezan, Millie
Keep an eye on these cards. They are not as strong as the previous three but they are all easy to build around.
Tier List Overview
Please be aware that this is our own conducted opinion after participating in the closed and open beta with other veteran players. In reality, all of the cards are mostly viable but the ones mentioned in this tier list are especially strong and can open up many winning strategies.
These cards can be used alone, have a Strong Finisher and are easy to use with low investment.
Easy to use, there are many cheap Dwarf. Powerful removal effect.
Removal, Boardwipe and Finisher in a single card. Easy to use, only need a Boost base minion.
There are many cheap Avian minions to level up. Lv. 3 Rules of the Azura is an amazing finisher.
Staple for Yellow decks.
Strong Disruption for any Yellow Deck. Can shut down Lachesis and other threats.
Easy to use alone. Powerful boardwipe ability, even without androids.
Magic block ability is trong, even when used alone. Excellent compatibility with Chrome Charger.
High Synergy with Nymphs (Boost base minions). Easy to use.
Huge Stats and Excellent removal Resistance but high cost. High synergy with Mana Ramp decks.
High performance finisher. Easy to use. Strong ability when summoned and when attacking.
Andoros has a decent effect even when used alone. Purple has many Skeletons making this easy to level up.
Easy to use in any phoenix deck with the phoenix force. Strong generic answer to wide boards.
A powerful card that is easy to use in any deck. High Synergy with evoker-based decks. You need multiple copies for maximum effectiveness.
These cards are still very strong when used alone, but even stronger within the archetype.
Core of the Red Sword Deck.
Dual Attacker, Strong Finisher.
Board Control and Hard to block.
Strong removal & Hard to block.
Easy to summon, even stronger when combined with Lucia.
Hard to block making it easy to activate the banish ability.
Hard to block, strong disruption ability.
Easy to use alone.
Good choice for Blue Aggro decks, synergy with Seawyrm deck.
Hard to block, making it easy to use ability.
Cards in B Tier are still strong cards but need to be used with other rare cards or have a high casting cost.
Finisher for Golem Deck.
Decent removal, amazing finisher when combined with Amelia – The Drifter.
Powerful synergy with chimera deck.
Gives all of your minions BP/DP Buff.
Pseudo unblockable. Meaning it can be unblocked infinite amount of times if used correctly.
Core card in the elf deck.
High synergy with blue merfolk & magic. Needs dedicated deck.
High synergy with purple force destruction decks, can’t turn a game around.
3 DP & can steal opponent’s minions. Hard to use alone.
Hard to block & strong destruction ability. High cost.
We hope this tier list and reroll guide proves useful to you. We update our tier lists and reroll guides daily so be sure to check back with us often. And may the fate of the cards lie with you!