The year starts strong with one of the most competitive ranked seasons as of yet! There is no place for overconfidence in the first season of 2021, for just a moment of laxity would let any challenger dethrone the standing champion. Let’s take a look at how things have turned out in the monthly roundup of High Terra (3800+) and Low Terra (2500-3800)! Find out how your favourite Warlords and Legions have performed in this month of galactic warfare!
“Being underestimated is one of my greatest weapons.”Perturabo, Primarch
The battle for the first spots is cruder than ever, but the recent updates have started to shake up the ranks a bit and curtailed the Knights’ dominance. Most factions have been represented in this month’s top spots, making it a fairly diverse season and also bringing some surprises to the table. Let’s take a look at the stats!
Between 2500 and 3800 rating, the top ten Warlords are mostly the same from last month’s. Almost all of them have moved up or down the rankings, but managed to stay in the top spots. Vulkan takes the first place, dethroning last month’s champion of Low Terra, his brother Leman Russ. The Primarch of the Space Wolves now stands in the 4th spot, just behind Nerat Kirine and Konrad Curze. He must not get complacent though, for Raum stalks him in the rankings.
The lower spots of the top ten are not at all far from the higher ones, and are mostly dominated by non-Primarch Warlords. Angron takes the 6th spot, but is very closely followed by Zahariel and Cor’bax Utterblight. Corswain and Raldoron close up the top ten, awaiting for another chance next season to climb in the rankings. But it won’t be easy, since powerful warriors like Shabran Darr, Saul Tarvitz and Ferrus Manus follow them ready to strike.
|Magnus the Red||54%||1,9%|
The Cerastus Orhlacc that reigned all over last month’s rankings has been beaten. A very confident Perturabo takes the first spot, showing everyone he’s not to be disregarded. Corswain and Shabran Darr go up the ranks quite a bit compared to Low Terra, occupying the second and third spots. A couple of Primarchs, Angron and Vulkan, await patiently in the fourth and fifth spots respectively at their next chance to overtake their brother.
Leading the lower spots of High Terra we see other familiar names from Low Terra in Kirine and Leman Russ. In a surprising turn of events, Exodus appears out of nowhere to claim the eight spot, but investigations are still ongoing to determine if it was really him. Magnus the Red and the Cerastus Orhlacc close up the top ten of High Terra, leaving Lucretia and Corax just out of it.
|Magnus the Red||58%||3,9%|
The year has only started. January marks but the first chance at the title of Warmaster, which means there’s still plenty of opportunities to claim it! Many great warriors lurk outside the top ten in the rankings. Who do you think will take the first spots next month? Will Thaddeus Fayle jump into the top 10 of High Terra?
Get ready for the new competitive season! Lead a new faction to the thick of war and take your enemy by surprise! Good luck on the battlefield.