The final day of March also marks the end of its ranked season, and now, the stats are in! Let’s take a look at how this season has been in the monthly roundup of High Terra (3800+) and Low Terra (2500-3800). Find out how your favourite Warlords and Legions have performed during this last month of galactic warfare!
This makes my heart sing.– Khârn
A lot of new faces showed up in this month’s higher ranks! With the latest balance changes, the Primarchs have fallen in the rankings a bit, leaving an open space for other Warlords to take the spotlight. The ranks have changed both in High and Low Terra, but how have the Top 10 been affected? Let’s take a closer look at the numbers and find out!
Many Primarchs occupy the Top 10 spots of Low Terra once again, but we can already see some new faces between 2500 and 3800 rating. Angron claims the top spot of Low Terra for the first time in quite a while, putting him again in Khorne’s favour. Vulkan follows his brother, confidently taking the second spot, and Corswain joins them in the top 3. After him, Leman Russ and Raldoron await in the fourth and fifth spot, waiting for a new chance to become a champion of Low Terra in the next month.
Raldoron will have to step it up next month, for Tarvitz very closely follows him as he leads the bottom half of the Top 10. After Tarvitz, Perturabo barely escapes Merir Astelan, the first newcomer in this month’s top 10. Then, Shabran makes his first appearance in a while, and manages to get ahead of Lion El’Jonson by a very close margin. Merir Astelan and Shabran Darr were very close to being in the top 10 last month, and it seems they have managed to sneak into it this time. Will Guilliman attempt to take back his spot in the top 10 next month?
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Above 3800 rating, the paradigm changes quite a bit! Two Warlords that weren’t near the top in previous months rise up to the challenge and confidently take the first two spots. Khârn becomes the champion of this month’s ranks of High Terra, while Thaddeus Fayle becomes the first neutral warlord to take such a high spot in High Terra in a long time. After them comes Corswain who, like in Low Terra, takes the third spot. Following him, Exodus and Canis Vertex rise from their past month’s position, and take the fourth and fifth spots respectively.
Vulkan also makes and appearance in this top 10, leading its lower half, but he’s very closely followed by his brother Corax. After him, three more Primarchs populate the lower half of the top 10, them being Lion El’Jonson, Perturabo and Angron, all of whom also performed greatly in Low Terra. The Cerastus Ærthegn falls from its throne out of the Top 10, and unexpected challengers like Vincente Sixx are awaiting for their chance next month.
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A new competitive season has already started, with a new chance at the title of Warmaster! Get your decks ready, lead your favourite faction to the thick of war and dominate the battlefield!
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