The last day of May also marks the end of another ranked season. Now, the stats are in! Let’s take a look at how this season has developed 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!
“Slit throats cannot beg for mercy.”– Jenetia Krole, Knight-Commander
New warlords enter the top ranks with a thunderous strike! With the introduction of another two new factions from the Siege of Terra expansion, the ranks have been shaken quite a bit. Let’s take a closer look at Low and High Terra and check how the ranks have changed at the end of this season.
Perturabo takes a staunch position this month, keeping the domain of the highest rank of Low Terra. Corswain keeps last month’s position as well, staying in second place, very closely followed by Khârn. Angron falls just behind his first captain and Leman Russ closes the top half of the Top 10, ready to climb to a higher position next month.
Thaddeus Fayle, last month’s champion of High Terra, leads the lower half of Low Terra’s Top 10 this month, managing to stay in a very respectable position. Following him Raldoron, Vulkan, Exodus and Merir Astelan crave to defeat the great commander to access the highest ranks of the leaderboard. Beyond the Top 10, we can see other warlords with fairly high win rates such as Raum, Zahariel and Corvus Corax, who might take a leap into the highest ranks next month.
|Warlord||Win Rate||Use Rate|
|28||Magnus the Red||57%||1,3%|
The highest ranks of Terra have been hit hard by the Pale Scourge, with Jenetia Krole taking the first spot with a swift and deadly strike. Perturabo and Thaddeus Fayle get to stand in the spotlight again, taking the second and third spot respectively. In the fourth spot, a very dangerous Iota becomes the first Agent of the Sigillite to be included in the highest echelons of High Terra, followed by the Cerastus Knight of House Ærthegn getting ready to take her spot.
Exodus climbs to the sixth spot from last month’s ninth, with a strong lead from the rest of the Top 10. Canis Vertex returns in full force leaping into the seventh spot this month, with Khârn, Angron and Vulkan closing up the Top 10 of May’s High Terra rankings. Among the warriors that have just missed entering the rankings, we could count three brothers very close in their rankings. Leman Russ, Corvus Corax and the recently released Rogal Dorn stay out of the top 10 this month, but they’ll be ready for their next opportunity.
|Warlord||Win Rate||Use Rate|
|20||Magnus the Red||51%||1,5%|
A new competitive season has already started, with a new chance at the title of Warmaster! Will you try to get to the top ranks of Terra using the new factions? Get your decks ready, lead your favourite Warlord to the thick of war and conquer the battlefield!
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