Branne Nev carries out the sentence


“Sometimes you just have to destroy everything in your way.”

– Branne Nev

August’s ranked season has come to an end with a new Warmaster taking the title and a new competitive season already on the go! 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. Did the new Raven Guard manage to ambush their way to the top? 

Low Terra

Following a solid performance during his first competitive season, Gabriel Santar manages to complete the climb to the top, securing the first place for the sons of Ferrus. Right behind their loyalist ally, Artellus Numeon and Branne Nev storm the battlefield with an impressive win rate, taking the second and third spot respectively. Balthazzar Dupain and the Cthonian Headhunters lose some pressure and drop two spots to finish fourth, with former Warmaster Jaghatai Khan wrapping up the top 5.

Despite not being able to break into the higher spots of the ladder, many other Warlords have shown incredible performances this month. Familiar faces Camba Diaz and Luther prove their consistency once again with fantastic results, while Corvus Corax threatens to overtake the competition, achieving an overwhelming 63% win rate in spite of his late addition to the fray.

# Warlord Win Rate Use Rate
1 Gabriel Santar 56% 7.1%
2 Numeon 63% 4.2%
3 Branne Nev 62% 3.6%
4 Balthazzar Dupain 58% 3.5%
5 Jaghatai Khan 56% 3.2%
6 Mortarion 56% 3.0%
7 Angron 55% 2.9%
8 Kargos 57% 2.6%
9 Horus 57% 2.2%
10 Cor’bax Utterblight 55% 2.2%
11 Calas Typhon 55% 2.2%
12 Camba-Diaz 60% 1.9%
13 Luther 62% 1.9%
14 Konrad Curze 56% 1.7%
15 Corvus Corax 63% 1.6%
16 Kroeger 51% 1.5%
17 Tybalt Marr 59% 1.4%
18 Tylos Rubio 55% 1.4%
19 Kaeria Casryn 59% 1.3%
20 Exodus 51% 1.3%
21 Ka’Bandha 57% 1.3%
22 Sevatar 58% 1.2%
23 Castrmen Orth 52% 1.2%
24 Ferrus Manus 53% 1.2%
25 Kardozia 54% 1.1%

High Terra

The Raven Guard and Salamanders might have been the latest Legions to join the battlefield, but that didn’t stop them from proving their strength. Branne Nev makes an impressive debut on the ladder and takes the first spot, claiming the title for himself. Despite the mid-month update aiming to tame the flames of Nocturne, Numeon follows him closely with an astonishing 65% win rate. Angron leads the path for the traitors and finishes third, with the Ravenlord landing on the fourth spot. Kaer’shan closes up the top of the rankings with an imposing 67% win rate. 

The Khan falls from the first to the fourteenth place, while a reborn Vulkan makes his first apperance on the meta report with a 55% win rate. Mortarion, Horus and Fulgrim clear the way for their Legions and continue to prove their prowess another month. 

# Warlord Win Rate Use Rate
1 Branne Nev 59% 14.4%
2 Numeon 65% 12.1%
3 Angron 51% 5.8%
4 Corvus Corax 55% 4.1%
5 Kaer’shan 67% 4.0%
6 Kargos 51% 3.7%
7 Balthazzar Dupain 52% 3.0%
8 Gabriel Santar 48% 2.7%
9 Kroeger 49% 2.5%
10 Camba-Diaz 52% 2.5%
11 Sanakht 56% 2.1%
12 Mortarion 49% 1.9%
13 Cor’bax Utterblight 44% 1.6%
14 Jaghatai Khan 51% 1.5%
15 Horus 51% 1.5%
16 Kaeria Casryn 50% 1.3%
17 Questoris Makabius 57% 1.3%
18 Perturabo 48% 1.2%
19 Fulgrim 46% 1.1%
20 Abaddon 55% 1.0%
21 Vulkan 55% 1.0%
22 Magnus the Red 50% 1.0%
23 Iota 57% 0.9%
24 Konrad Curze 48% 0.8%
25 Alexis Polux 55% 0.8%

Can the Salamanders continue their burning dominance? Will Branne Nev and his Primarch hold onto the top of the ladder? The Dropsite Massacre expansion is now fully released and a new competitive season is already live! Hone your deck-building skills and put to use the neutral reinforcements. Good luck on the battlefield, commander!

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