The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine – How to Play Skellige Gwent Deck

Thanks to Blood and Wine, The Witcher 3’s biggest distraction, Gwent, has had some new life injected into it. While everyone stands proudly with their Northern Realms, Scoia’tael, Monsters, and Nilfgaardian decks, those who have journeyed to Toussaint have the opportunity to collect an entirely new, and powerful deck. The Skellige deck ups the madness, using features familiar to those who Play Monster decks, but amping up the damage output and combos.

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As is the case with all of the Gwent decks in the game, the power of the Skellige cards can only be wielded if played properly. There’s quite a bit of strategy involved, and due to the new card types introduced, there’s a bit of learning to be done.

Luckily, you’ve stumbled across this guide. We’ll help to keep things simple and break down what you need to know about this new deck so you can still reign supreme in the Gwent circuits of the world. 

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Ishmael was a Senior Editor at Twinfinite from 2014 to 2018 covering every new release he could get his hands on. When he wasn't playing through the latest titles, he was living his best life as a Guardian in Destiny 2. Outside of writing, he was just a wandering character from Brooklyn, NY, and a fan of horrible Spider-Man games, anime, and corny jokes.