Do you really think you can beat me?Lucius
June 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 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.
Continuing his rise to the number one spot, Lucius demonstrates to both Sevatar and Sigismund who is the superior swordsman! Sevatar loses his spot to Lucius’ one time friend, Tarvitz, while Sigismund drops to 13th and is replaced by Corax in third place, who bounces back to the top ranks after his drop last season. Guilliman climbs 10 places to 4th, with Sevatar rounding out the top 5.
Curze trails behind his favoured son at 6th, with Raum dropping to 7th and Luther holding the 8th spot. Santar batters his way into the top 10 by clinching 9th, and Exodus manages to infiltrate into 10th spot, up from 15th. Notable mentions should go to Nerat Kirine who climbs 15 spots to 12th, and Nuntio Dolores, the newly released Warlord Titan from the Traitor Legios, which blasts its way to the 15th spot at Low Terra.
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Once more, the perfect swordsman takes the top spot with an immense 13.9% use rate, up from 2nd last month. Will Lucius be able to retain his primacy at both levels of Terra? Sabris Regnum, Warlord of the Loyalist Legions, makes its first appearance at 2nd spot, with a respectable win and use rate. Corax once again makes it back into the top 5 at 3rd, with Khârn making a comeback from 12th to 4th, perhaps as a powerful counter to the Titans. Sigismund drops to 5th position, although with a higher win rate than last season, while retaining a similar use rate.
Guilliman takes the 6th spot, with the Ultramarines’ way of war acting as a potent counter to the Titan’s wide board presence, with Marius Gage making his first showing in High Terra in many seasons. The Dies Irae guns into 8th spot with a mighty 70% win rate, however the more recent balance patch may have already blunted its dominance towards the end of the month. Raum and Tarvitz both drop from the top 5 and round out the top 10. Aurem Castigator and Nuntio Dolores both make appearances at 11th and 12th, with Ohthere Wyrdmake making a surprise showing at 16th, up over 40 spots from last month.
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|22||Domine Ex Venari||55%||1.3%|
Lucius has continued his fight to master the meta, and who will be able to beat his martial skill? With the Loyalist and Traitor Legios settling in to the ladder, perhaps the new cards for the third wave factions may give a boost needed to bring down the perfect swordsman? With the last wave of the Titandeath expansion still to be released on the 15th July, there is still plenty of time for new decks to be crafted!
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