We are the shadow that kills.Corvus Corax, Ravenlord
August 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 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.
Master of the ranked season for two months in a row, Lucius has been taken down several pegs as Corax climbs from 4th to snatch 1st from the Faultless Blade. An errant son of the Raven Guard stalks his father, with Nerat Kirine remaining in 2nd position. Roboute Guilliman purges the daemon Cor’bax from 3rd, and Gabriel Santar enters the top 5 once more at 4th. Hot on his heels is the berzerker Kharn of the World Eaters.
Tarvitz suffers a mighty blow, dropping from 6th to 24th, with Sigismund surging back into the top 10 once again after his fall last month. Raum drops from 5th to 7th, with Sevatar also re-entering the top 10 to hold onto 8th. Cor’bax clings on to 9th position, with Horus triumphantly claiming 10th spot from 14th last month. Notable fresh arrivals into the top 20 are both Lucretia, receiving fresh reinforcements from the latest expansion, as well as Lion El’Jonson, representing the might of the 1st Legion after their balance patch last month.
Once again, the Ravenlord claims top spot from Lucius, who drops to 2nd, although by a closer margin this time. Lucretia makes another appearance, climbing from 21st to 3rd in this month’s meta report. Sigismund slashes his way to 4th from 7th, with Nuntio Dolores takes a stumble, but holds onto a top 5 position even after the recent balance patch, maintaining its potent 67% win rate.
Nerat Kirine is dislodged down to 6th position, now his foes know the Orphans of War’s new tactics. Sheed Ranko makes a strong debut in the top 10 at 7th after his entrance to the game following his release last month. Hatred Unbound, Traitor Legios Reaver Titan, smashes its way into 8th place, its first showing in the top 10. Kaeria Casryn continues her advance, up from 15th to 9th, and Geigor Fell-Hand makes a surprise attack to claim the 10th spot. Notable changes this month are Kharn plumetting from 5th down to 21st, and Domine Ex Venari stomping her way into 14th position.
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The Raven Guard have chosen their moment to claim top spot after stalking the rankings for many months, but who will lead the counter-attack to defeat the Ravenlord? With the Titans making themselves further known and some (in)famous Warlords taking a stumble, will players be able to find a deck to defeat both the might of the Legios and Raven Guard?
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