Top 7 Reward Cards for the Silver League: Splinterlands Chaos Legion Edition
If you’ve been playing Splinterlands for months or years, I am sure that you have your own set of favorite cards per summoner. However, if you’re a new player looking for which card to add in for your deck, you might want to consider the reward cards within my list. On the other hand, if you’re a seasoned Splinterlands player, I would love to read your feedback in the comments below.
I joined Splinterlands around September 2021. I mostly rent cards back then until the arrival of the Chaos Legion that I purchased my first Summoners. I’ve been stacking Chaos Legion reward cards too and managed to max most of them for the Silver League.
For the past months, I noticed that not all cards are created equal. There are certainly reward cards that mostly works well for each of the Chaos Legion summoners.
Don’t get me wrong, all the cards are very useful, it just so happened that I prefer to use this cards more often than the rest of them. Based on my experience, this cards give me the most wins - or losses when my opponent used them.
This is a list that I’ve built by picking one reward card, that most of the time, works best, as per my personal experience, for each Chaos Legion Summoner.
1. Pelacor Conjurer
Pelacor Conjurer is one of my tank favorite card on LOW-TO-MID MANA BATTLES under the LIFE splinter. It has very HIGH SPEED and it has the FLYING ABILITY which makes it highly EVASIVE AGAINST PHYSICAL ATTACKS. It also has magic reflect ability which is a perfect counter against magic attacks.
Pelacor Conjurer can also be used as a perfect diversion against SNIPE attacks when positioned in, at least, the second position, before your ranged and or magic attackers.
Since the dodge rate is computed based on the difference of speed (and abilities such as flying), I can further make this card highly evasive by adding in other cards that either slows down the opponents or increase the speed of your team.
In addition, Pelacor Conjurer requires only 2 mana which makes it more valuable in low-to-mid mana battles. I often use and encounter this card from the Novice League and up.
2. Pelacor Bandit
My favorite reward card that has the SNEAK ABILITY under the WATER splinter. Pelacor Bandits SNEAK ABILITY can be useful in decimating the backline of the opposing team.
Its’ HIGH SPEED and FLYING ABILITY makes it also highly EVASIVE AGAINST PHYSICAL ATTACKS. Given this quality, most of the time, I place it at the very back of my line-up as a measure against the opponents sneak attacks.
In addition, Pelacor Bandits FLYING ABILITY makes it at an advantage under an EARTHQUAKE ruleset.
The potential of this Pelacor Bandit can be realized starting from the SILVER league and up.
For a successive sneak attacks, I love to pair this one with Uraeus.
What makes Uraeus great is that it is a NEUTRAL CARD – it can be used by other Summoners most of the time. This enables any of the Summoners to use it for an additional SNEAK CAPABILITY.
I love to pair this with Tenyii Striker (fire) and Pelacor Bandit (Water) for a SUCCESSIVE SNEAK ATTACKS.
The only thing that is preventing this to be an OP card have is that it has very low health. Though it is complemented by a thin armor. The rest of its stats are truly epic.
4. Djinn Chwala
Djinn Chwala is a Dragon card which makes it very similar to a Neutral card – it can be used with any of the other splinter or element. Plus, you can also use a Neutral card with it.
The HIGH HEALTH and THICK ARMOR of this Djinn Chwala makes it perfect for the position of a TANK.
It has also the THORNS ABILITY which is excellent if you are COUNTERING against MELEE ATTACKS.
I generally place this card on either the front or at the very back to counter sneak attacks.
I usually pair this card with Cursed Windeku (Death) for those mid-to-high mana battles under the rulesets MELEE MAYHEM and SUPER SNEAK.
5. Venari Bonesmith
I very much like Venari Bonesmith for its LIFE LEACH and POISON ABILITIES. I find Venari Bonesmith very useful at LOW-TO-MID MANA BATTLES under the DEATH splinter.
The main disadvantage of this card that I usually encounter is its initial low health. The popular strategy that we implement is to make sure that it is placed somewhere in the middle of our lineup to give it time to LEACH on some health. 🙂
6. Djinn Biljka
Djinn Biljkas’ VERY LOW MANA REQUIREMENT and COMOUFLAGE ABILITY makes it very valuable at low-mana battles under the EARTH splinter. Being a magic attacker, I love using this card under Obsidian.
One weakness of Djinn Biljka is its very low health which makes it very susceptible with 1 hit without its COMOUFLAGE ABILITY. Another concern would be being eliminated when an adjacent card is hit by an opponent with a BLAST ability.
Use Djinn Biljka strategically and it can turn the tide of the battle to your favor.
7. Lava Launcher
I love to use Lava Launcher as a either a TANK or an ATTACKER or both under mid-to-high mana battles.
Lava Launcher may be a ranged attacker but it has the CLOSE RANGE ABILITY. In addition, it also has high health and thick armor which makes it suitable as a PRIMARY TANK or a SECONDARY TANK. In addition, it can also be used as a wall against SNIPE ATTACKS or can be placed at the very back as a SNEAK ATTACK ABSORBER.
Being a ranged attacker, Lava Launcher is immune against THORNS when attacking in the first position.
These are my personal top picks.
This are the cards that I have listed here are the cards that I used mostly out of all of them. Being that said, I am most probably sure that it may differ from your own preference.
Take note that there are no useless card – the value of each card most of the time depends upon the RULESET, the MANA CAP, the TIER LEAGUE and our own PERSONAL PREFERENCE, to name a few.
It is also important to note that to fully utilize this cards, they and their Summoners must be maxed out for the specific league.
What do you think of my top list, do agree with me? I am very excited to learn your top chaos legion reward card too. Please let me know in your comments below.
Thank you very much for taking the time to read my article.