Yes, yes, well done.Geigor Fell-Hand
April has ended, a new Warmaster has taken the title and there’s a new competitive season on the go! As usual at the end of a season, the stats are in. It’s time to take a look at the numbers from last month’s competitive season and check how the rankings in High Terra (rating 3800+) and Low Terra (rating 2500-3800) have evolved.
The Prince of Crows retains the 1st place, holding off an impressive assault by Geigor Fell-Hand, who soars into the top rankings after the Space Wolves balance patch. Corax sneaks his way up to 3rd, dislodging Luther, who falls down to 12th position. Camba-Diaz battles past Raum to claim 4th place.
Guilliman drops to 6th place, with Leman Russ hot on his heels after climbing from 18th last month. The usual suspects of Tarvitz, Kharn and Curze round off the last of the top ten positions. Nassir Amit, Kroeger and Wyrdmake make their first appearances in the top 20 at Low Terra.
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At High Terra, Sevatar wasn’t able to fend off the assault of the Space Wolf, and dropped to 2nd, with Geigor hitting an incredible 14% use rate. Questoris Ærthegn drops from 2nd place last month to 10th, with Corax, Rhy’tan and Raum filling in the last 3 spots in the top 5. Kharn holds steady at 6th, with Santar ascending from 20th to 7th, and Kroeger moving up 4 spaces to 8th. Lucius remains at 9th, with the Knight capping off 10th.
Outside of the top 10, we see numerous winners and losers. Camba-Diaz stumbles to 24th, while Sanakht drops down to 28th. Tylos Rubio makes a triumphant return to the top 15, alongside Horus and Fulgrim. Durak Rask makes his first showing in many meta reports in the top 20, above Guilliman and Curze who have also dropped in the rankings to barely hold onto the top 20.
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With the recent Space Wolves balance patch, we can see they are now leading the pack in terms of player usage. The top 10 warlords appear to have held on to their positions from last month, but will that reign continue? As players continue to experiment with the Wolves, will anyone be able to counter their new prowess on the battlefield?
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