August season meta report


August ends, and so does its ranked season. The stats are in, so let’s take a look at the monthly post-season roundup of High Terra (4000+) and Low Terra (2500-4000)! Find out how your favorite warlords and Legions have fared in the galactic struggle for the future of the Imperium and humanity!

An impressive feat.

Constantin Valdor

While Angron and Ka’Bandha are once again the most popular choices, their presence in games has gone down over this season. The diversity of warlords has also improved over last month’s season, as more factions are represented among the highest echelons of ranked play. Let’s take a look at the stats of both Low and High Terra.

Constantin Valdor

Low Terra

In the lower strata of Terra the top 10 has been shaken up quite a bit, with Valdor and Angron now battling it out for the first spot. Ka’Bandha and its eternal rival Sanguinius have also fallen a bit out of grace in the ranks, while staying in the top 10. 

Leman Russ has taken a big leap in positions, with Tacitus, Cor’bax, Ferrus and Perturabo keeping a steady climb through the ranks.

Win Rate
Use Rate
Constantin Valdor 53% 6,2%
Angron 56% 6,2%
Leman Russ 53% 5,4%
Ka’Bandha 58% 5,0%
Tacitus Proctor 58% 4,6%
Cor’bax Utterblight 57% 4,3%
Ferrus Manus 51% 3,7%
Perturabo 57% 3,6%
Sanguinius 55% 3,2%
Konrad Curze 57% 3,1%
Raum 55% 3,0%
Vulkan 56% 2,6%
Ulrach Branthan 59% 2,4%
Nerat Kirine 56% 2,3%
Jaghatai Khan 54% 2,3%
Alpharius 52% 2,0%
Tarvitz 55% 1,9%
Raldoron 56% 1,9%
Kyriss 58% 1,5%
Horus 51% 1,5%
Khârn 53% 1,5%
Roboute Guilliman 56% 1,3%
Magnus the Red 53% 1,2%
Corvus Corax 55% 1,2%
Exodus 53% 1,0%
Flaymaster Mawdrym 55% 1,0%
Nykona Sharrowkyn 56% 1,0%
Zardu Layak 55% 1,0%

High Terra

Besides the two highest spots in the rankings, High Terra has seen a pretty sizable change. Ka’Bandha and Angron keep battling for the favor of Khorne, but new challengers have come into play.

Valdor and Perturabo take the 3rd and 4th spot respectively, while Roboute Guilliman makes a big entrance, getting the 6th spot this season. Tacitus and Russ also make an appearance in High Terra, slightly mimicking the tendencies we see in Low Terra.

Win Rate
Use Rate
Ka’Bandha 55% 7,7%
Angron 52% 5,9%
Constantin Valdor 48% 5,3%
Perturabo 55% 5,1%
Tacitus Proctor 55% 5,0%
Roboute Guilliman 53% 4,2%
Cor’bax Utterblight 53% 3,9%
Leman Russ 53% 3,7%
Vulkan 58% 3,0%
Nerat Kirine 55% 3,2%
Corvus Corax 58% 3,1%
Sanguinius 53% 3,1%
Alpharius 51% 2,8%
Jaghatai Khan 52% 2,5%
Magnus the Red 55% 2,4%
Raldoron 54% 2,3%
Ulrach Branthan 58% 2,2%
Arascid Nassau 51% 2,1%
Ferrus Manus 46% 1,9%
Exodus 54% 1,9%
Khârn 51% 1,7%
Nykona Sharrowkyn 57% 1,7%
Konrad Curze 51% 1,7%
Ahriman 52% 1,6%
Raum 51% 1,6%
Ornatov 48% 1,3%
Qin Xa 61% 1,3%
Tarvitz 46% 1,2%
Mortarion 55% 1,1%
Horus 47% 1,0%

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