There's only a few days left until MARVEL SNAP's Savage Land Season ends at 7 PM PT on Monday, February 6 (2 AM UTC Tuesday, 7 February).

Here's some things you might need to know before the season ends, and some decks that can help you climb in the season's waning days.

Rank Reset

When the next season begins, every player will be reset to the rank that is 30 levels below their current rank (not highest rank). For instance, if you are sitting in Omega rank, you will reset to level 50 Platinum.


You move to the bottom of whatever rank you reset to; if you're sitting at level 69 Diamond you still go all the way down to level 30 Silver at the reset. Keep that in mind if you're currently near the bottom of a rank - there is no rank floor to stop your slide, so you can go below it and that will change where you start next season.

No player will be reset below rank 10, provided that they've gotten above it prior to the reset.

Ranked and Season Rewards

All ranked and Season Pass rewards that you've earned will automatically be claimed for your account once the season ends if you haven't manually claimed them - you don't need to worry about them going away if you don't claim them, but you should probably still make sure that you claim them anyway.

Also, if you hit Infinite this season, along with the exclusive Title you'll also receive a special gold card back after the Season ends. (It'll be delivered to your Inbox - PC Players, that means you'll have to use your phone to claim it).

Season Pass Card and Exclusive Cosmetics

When Savage Land Season ends, its Season Pass card, Zabu, will be exclusive to Series 5 (he's already part of Series 5, thanks to the latest patch). The standard procedure for Season Pass cards is that they will be added to Series 4 during a future Series Drop, likely during March.

Savage Land Season Pass cosmetics - the Variants, Avatars, and card back - are exclusive to this month's Premium Season Pass; Second Dinner has no plans to make them available at a later date, like they will do with the cosmetics from beta Season Passes. If you want to add these cosmetics to your collection, this is your last chance to grab them by buying the Premium Season Pass.

Infinite Decks for Last-Minute Laddering

If you're trying to climb to the next rank or you're on the cusp of hitting Infinite, we've gathered some decks from the MARVEL SNAP community that players have used to hit Infinite rank this month.


This control deck is very dependable in its ability to win with a game-swinging play on turn 6, using Wave to discount both She-Hulk and Death, so you can play those two alongside either an Aero or Magneto to win two locations.

DeathWave Control (Pool 3)
A Deck created by . Last updated 1 year, 3 months ago


This deck from OceanMud wins one location with cheap cards and Storm, then the others with She-Hulk and She-Hulk (doubled, thanks to Moon Girl).

OceanMud's SheStorm (Pool 3)
A Deck created by . Last updated 1 year, 3 months ago

Devil Zabu

Zabu is very strong. This mostly-budget Zabu list runs only a couple of Series 3 cards, showing off the usefulness of cards from Series 1 and 2 when paired such a meta-defining presence.

Zabu Dino (Pool 3)
A Deck created by . Last updated 1 year, 3 months ago

Sera Surfer

It's not surprising to see Silver Surfer on a list of potential Infinite decks, either. This Sera Surfer list is mostly dependable, but adds in some disruptive early game in case you were worried that the immense power of the Herald of Galactus wasn't going to be enough to carry you to victory on its own.

Sera Surfer (Pool 3)
A Deck created by . Last updated 1 year, 3 months ago

Spectrum Destroyer

Spectrum Destroyer is another deck that needs only a few Series 3 cards to function, making it perfect for players with smaller collections. Your pair of 6-Drops aren't mutually exclusive, thanks to Electro, and you can keep Destroyer from blowing your stuff up with Armor and Professor X.

Ongoing Destroyer (Pool 3)
A Deck created by . Last updated 1 year, 3 months ago

Have your own decks or tips for climbing in the last couple of days? Share your thoughts in the comments!