July ended, and a new competitive season is on the go! With the latest balance changes, the ranks have shaken up a bit, especially in the highest echelons of Terra. It’s time to take a look at the numbers from last month’s competitive season and check how the rankings in High Terra (3800+) and Low Terra (2500-3800) have evolved.
“No army is better than its warriors.”– Lucretia Elunnirai
While the top warlords of Low Terra have only slightly changed, the latest balance patch seems to have delivered a sizable hit to the Sisters of Silence that dominated the past seasons and allowed other warlords to take the spotlight in the bout for the title. Let’s take a closer look and check how the ranks have evolved.
Perturabo claims the first spot of Low Terra by the skin of his teeth once again. He’s very closely followed by Khârn, who rised to the second spot this season. The Iron Hands take a big leap this season, with Santar placing in the third spot and Ferrus Manus mightly guarding the fifth spot. Lucretia confidently takes the fourth spot of Low Terra, but this might not be the most impressive feat she’s achieved this season.
The lower half of the Top 10 is commanded by Rogal Dorn, and followed by a climbing Raum and a falling Angron. Angron will have to fight hard to get back on the right track, for his Primarch brothers Curze and Leman closely follow him in the ninth and tenth spot, closing the Top 10. Ornatov, Corswain and Sigismund were really close to enter the top positions, and will surely give it their all in the next competitive season.
|Warlord||Win Rate||Use Rate|
|20||Magnus the Red||56%||1,7%|
Lucretia Elunnirai, aided by the Solar Auxilia, takes a huge leap and confidently takes the first spot in july’s competitive season. Khârn jumps back into the second spot, eagerly awaiting a new chance to claim the highest rank. The Questoris Ærthegn returns with an astounding win rate, followed by Ahriman and Perturabo in the fourth and fifth spots.
Magnus leads the lower half of the top 10, followed by the first Iron Hand to enter High Terra’s ranks in a while, Santar. Finally, the Questoris Orhlacc equals their Ærthegn’s counterpart success in the eigth spot, followed by Raum and Amon Tauromachian in the ninth and tenth spot respectively. Among the warlords closest to get into the Top 10, we see another Knight of House Ærthegn, Exodus and Ulrach Branthan. Will next season see the triumphant return of the Orphans of War to the ranks of High Terra?
|Warlord||Win Rate||Use Rate|
|6||Magnus the Red||56%||4,3%|
We’ve seen many changes since the release of the last expansion, and more are on their way. What is your plan to climb through the ranks this season? Dare to try a new approach! Take a new Legion to the battlefield and commence a new journey of galactic conquest!
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