This far and no further! We stop them here!Saul Niborran, Lord General
May 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.
Dispatching Sevatar down to 2nd place, Sigismund of the Templars takes top spot after his recent rework early in the season. Hot on the Prince of Crows tail is Lucius, making a triumphant comeback into the top 10 from last month’s 11th position. Raum claws his up from 5th to 4th, while the Lord General marches his way to 5th with the highest win rate in Low Terra.
Further down the top 10, Guilliman is forced out, while Geigor Fell-hand also makes a return, snatching the 6th spot. Tarvitz climbs up a spot to 7th, while Luther enters the top 10 at 8th. The Ravenlord takes a trip from 3rd to 9th, with his dark brother Curze rounding out the 10th position.
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Showing the Astartes, Daemons and Knights how it’s done, Saul Niborran takes command in High Terra with a 12.6% use rate, and highest win rate in that section. Lucius reclaims a top 5 spot at 2nd, with Sigismund dueling his way up the ranks to 3rd. Tarvitz battles into 4th spot from 11th, with Raum holding down the 5th.
Corax drops to hold the 6th spot, with Kroeger climbing to 7th, and Jangsai Khan, New Blood of the White Scars makes a lightning advance from 25th to 8th. Exodus and Questoris Ærthegn continues to hold the 10th spot. Notable changes this season come as Geigor Fell-hand drops 10 places to 11th, and the Sister of Silence Kaeria Casryn surges from 34th to 13th!
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Saul Niborran and Sigismund appear to have disrupted the top 10 positions in this month’s meta report, but how will the mighty Loyalist Legios fare as players continue to experiment with them? Do you think we will see them climb the ranks of Terra? Will anyone be able to challenge the tactical mastery of Lord General Niborran, or the masterful skill of Sigismund?
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