The Palatine Phoenix soars in June’s meta report



– Fulgrim

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.

Low Terra

Calas Typhon makes Nurgle proud by coming up at the top of Low Terra’s ranking. Angron retains last month’s 2nd spot, followed by one of his sons, Kargos ‘the Bloodspitter’. Curze manages to take a big leap in popularity during this season, jumping from 9th to 4th with an improved win rate, followed by his equally-impressive brother, Mortarion, who has taken 5th place.

The Warmaster himself takes the 6th rank, perfect for keeping his brothers in check, as Fulgrim takes the very next position. Cor’bax takes a leap as large as his bulbous form into the 8th spot, blocking the 9th and 10th contenders, Sota-Nul and Tybalt Marr, from reaching higher positions. Also worthy of mention, Branthan returns to the rankings after a short absence and Luther, even if holding the same rank as before, stands as a potential contender with such a positive win rate.

# Warlord Win Rate Use Rate
1 Calas Typhon  60% 7,3%
2 Angron  57% 6,5%
3 Kargos  59% 5,8%
4 Konrad Curze 59% 2,7%
5 Mortarion 56% 2,7%
6 Horus  57% 2,6%
7 Fulgrim  57% 2,6%
8 Cor’bax Utterblight 56% 2,2%
9 Sota-Nul 57% 2,1%
10 Tybalt Marr 58% 2,0%
11 Lucius  55% 2,0%
12 Sevatar 58% 1,9%
13 Santar 55% 1,9%
14 Exodus 56% 1,8%
15 Caipha Morarg 60% 1,4%
16 Luther 62% 1,4%
17 Aloceri 57% 1,3%
18 Kharn  49% 1,3%
19 Kaeria Casryn 57% 1,3%
20 Ka’Bandha 59% 1,2%
21 Roboute Guilliman 55% 1,1%
22 Kroeger 55% 1,1%
23 Raum 62% 1,1%
24 Sanakht 61% 1,1%
25 Marius Gage 57% 1,1%
26 Flaymaster Mawdrym 53% 1,0%
27 Ulrach Branthan 57% 1,0%

High Terra

Fighting to earn the highest of echelons, Fulgrim reaches perfection and attains the first spot in this month’s meta report. Angron unleashes his bloodthirsty rampage in the second spot once again, followed by Low Terra’s champion, Calas Typhon. Kargos falls just a bit from his Low Terra position, and in the fifth spot, we find Aloceri after he achieves a massive climb in the ranks from his position last month.

Curze and Horus both struggle a bit in High Terra, lowering their ranks to 6th and 7th respectively, followed by Gabriel Santar in the eighth spot raising the storm. In the last two spots of the top 10, we see two warriors that have sported a fantastic win rate during the season, and who have been gradually climbing in the last few months, Sanakht and Iota. Will their ascension continue or will it prove to be a mere stroke of luck?

# Warlord Win Rate  Use Rate 
1 Fulgrim  56% 9,2%
2 Angron  58% 8,3%
3 Calas Typhon  57% 7,9%
4 Kargos  57% 6,0%
5 Aloceri 60% 4,6%
6 Konrad Curze 53% 3,3%
7 Horus  57% 3,3%
8 Santar 50% 2,4%
9 Sanakht 62% 2,3%
10 Iota 62% 2,0%
11 Exodus 51% 2,0%
12 Roboute Guilliman 56% 1,9%
13 Mortarion  52% 1,9%
14 Marius Vairosean 58% 1,8%
15 Tybalt Marr 54% 1,8%
16 Flaymaster Mawdrym 54% 1,8%
17 Lucius  48% 1,6%
18 Sota-Nul 52% 1,4%
19 Arascid Nassau 57% 1,3%
20 Raum 53% 1,3%
21 Ka’Bandha 54% 1,3%
22 Caipha Morarg 54% 1,2%
23 Ingo Pech 55% 1,2%
24 Malcharion 52% 1,2%
25 Cor’bax Utterblight 47% 1,1%
26 Camba-Diaz 57% 1,0%

Can the Palatine Phoenix be allowed to continue his dominance of Terra? Will Angron’s rampage take him to the top of the ladder, or will a new contender from the bottom rise to put a stop to it? Hone your strategy and fight in the new competitive season! 

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