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Good poison deck for Elements the Game

Updated on May 16, 2010

Want to try winning this CCG a different way than most decks? You can try by using poison counters. These do damage to the enemy every turn, even if they're under a shield effect. This includes the several turn aether shield which no unit damage that can pass through!

Poison is the domain of death, which also has mastery over the dead. Many people try to merge poison/plague with boneyards & scavengers for a large amount of skeletons. However, our cards will be a bit different than what most players use in the game.

The key to this deck is having the Mark of Water, and several of it's cheap mosquito creatures: The Chrysaora. These elements the game units allow you to use your death energy to inflict additional poison damage to the enemy player. You don't need any pillars at all, one quantum point is enough for each.

The Cards

  • 12x Bone Pillar
  • 6x Poison
  • 6x Chrysaora
  • 6x Bonewall

If you have the rare weapon Arsenic, it will work good in this deck as well replacing a bone pillar. You might want to throw two in here instead, and work in a shield variation for the bone wall. Animate Weapon is a possible addition with multiple arsenic swords, but it's an expensive elite upgrade that costs $1500 gold for a non-air version. One warning: This elements the game deck is vulnerable to the Purify card. However, luckily, no one ever seems to use that!

You're also at risk for mass-creature decks. Typically this is only other death players with their graveyards. Some people also try the firefly queen strategy, but it's not seen often.

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      Dirty Bird 

      6 years ago

      I have a deck, it uses the random pillars. And every type of quantum. I took down a False God but I got very lucky.

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      Ike 

      6 years ago

      Is this good? Mark of Darkness, 10x Bone pillar, 6x Deathstalker, 10x Emerald pillar, 6x Forest scorpion, 5x Nightfall

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      Bob 

      6 years ago

      Not too good but its a fun deck to play around with

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      rey 

      6 years ago

      you should try a poison deck with sundials.

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      konadu 

      7 years ago

      Is there any way to use deathstalker in this deck?What would be the best way to give this card offense?

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      LilPapaOH 

      7 years ago

      This a good Poison Deck

      11 Bone Pillars

      6 Poison

      6 chrysora

      6 Freeze

      1 Aresenic

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      rickerd 

      7 years ago

      I like this deck, but purfery is very ugly against it

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      dara 

      7 years ago

      lol, the cost of all cards without the Pilars is 666 Gold ;D but the deck is very cool

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      Davop 

      7 years ago

      This deck is better with

      11 Bone Pillar

      6 Chrysaora

      6 Poison

      2 Arsenic

      5 Shard of Gratitude

      Of course, no new players can have this deck because Arsenic is rare and you must upgrade to get Shards of Gratitude, but it is better. I would suggest going to http://elementsforum.co.cc/ if you want to find better decks.

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      Cammo 

      7 years ago

      The Chrysaoras have an ability that lets you add 1 poison damage to you're opponents health, And if you're opponent kills them it feeds a bone wall you might have out :P

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      smartguy 

      7 years ago

      I really like all the decks i just saw. but about the 1st one. What happens to the chrysaoras? sometimes (not all the time) they get in the way. still good poison deck/dar deck though

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      Elliot 

      7 years ago

      another great deck is:

      -6 immolation

      -6 sparks/photons

      -6 crimson dragons

      -6 phoenix's

      -5 fire pillars

      -1 weapon

      this deck is very good as you can put creatures out on the first go. i use it and it is so quick i can upgrade at least 2 cards a day

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      Dale 

      7 years ago

      Nice! This wins PVP!

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      Ian 

      7 years ago

      Does anyone here have a good Light deck? I'm trying to go up against a fake God and this deck just keeps losing.

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      Kat 

      8 years ago

      It's a great deck but Mind Flayer can screw up your strategy.

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      ryan 

      8 years ago

      OMG this deck is great im beating level 3 computers with all my health left!

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      Ian Winters 

      8 years ago

      Great deck! Love it!

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      yerm 

      8 years ago

      i like this deck idea and am going to try it.

      i was looking for a good death deck.

      i have a pretty good life deck right now that works well up to lvl 3.

      18 emerald pillars

      6 emerald dragons

      6 heal cards

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