The last day of November marked the end of its competitive season! With the introduction of new challengers and factions into ranked play, the battle is cruder than ever. Let’s take a look at how this season has been in the monthly roundup of High Terra (4000+) and Low Terra (2500-4000)! Find out how your favourite Warlords and Legions have performed in this month’s galactic warfare!
This will be one for the books.Alsahr Orhlacc
The Knight Houses had a strong start in this competitive season, taking the ranks by storm. Aside from their appearance, though, the stats from Low and High Terra are quite different, showing Warlords from all shapes and sizes taking a stand against these fearsome machines of war. Let’s check the stats.
Between 2500 and 4000 rating, the ranks have seen a pretty sizable shake-up compared to previous months. Ka’Bandha has finally been dethroned, leaving room for a newcomer, the Cerastus Knight of House Orhlacc, to take the highest spot in the ranking, followed closely by Konrad Curze, who managed to climb to the second spot from last month’s fifth. Two non-Primarch Warlords, Nerat Kirine and Raldoron, take the third and fourth spot. But Raldoron can’t get too confident, for Angron, Leman Russ and Vulkan follow him closely and ready to climb the ranks.
In the lower spots of the Top 10 we see a strong daemonic presence with Cor’bax and Ka’Bandha, and Alpharius falls from the second spot to the tenth. Slowly but steadily, Raum and Corswain have climbed the rankings, so keep an eye on them, as next month they could reach the Top 10.
|Magnus the Red||56%||2,5%|
There’s a new master in High Terra! With a staggering win rate, the Cerastus Knight of House Orhlacc claims the highest spot this season. Since the latest changes to the Daemons of the Ruinstorm, Ka’Bandha has fallen out of favor with Khorne, and will now need to fight to reclaim his spot in the top 10! Corswain takes the second place and Nerat Kirine keeps hold of the same spot he claimed in Low Terra.
Angron and Vulkan bash it out for the fourth spot, while Magnus and Ahriman are taken down a few ranks in comparison to the previous month. Closing up the top 10, Perturabo, Leman Russ and Branthan all show strong performances, followed closely by Saul Tarvitz, Alpharius and Fulgrim.
|Magnus the Red||58%||3,5%|
Shortly, with the release of 20 new neutral cards, the bulk of the Angels of Caliban expansion will be available in the game. A new month brings a new chance for bloodshed and glory. Hone your deck and get ready for December’s competitive season! Dare to try new warlords and tactics! Take a new faction to the thick of war and fight for the title of Warmaster!
Good luck on the battlefield.
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