November ended, and a new competitive season is on the go! Also, 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 (3800+) and Low Terra (2500-3800) have evolved.
“I have no time for children’s games.”– Fulgrim
With the recent balance changes and the first wave of cards from the Galaxy in Flames expansion released so recently, it’s rough to discern how the numbers will change in the coming months, but for now let’s check the state of the rankings.
Fulgrim rises to the top of Low Terra with a staggering jump from last month and an astounding change in Use Rate. Camba-Diaz sticks to his ways, remaining in the same spot he has guarded for months. Following him, Raum, Luther and Khârn all climb a single spot to the third, fourth and fifth positions respectively, closing the first half of the top ten.
Tarvitz opens the second half with another good result for the Emperor’s Children. Santar drops a few spots from last month, but manages to stay in the top 10. Malcador makes an appearance in the eighth spot with a remarkable thirteen step climb in the rankings, closely followed by Horus taking ninth place and Tylos Rubio barely getting into the top 10. It’s worth mentioning that both Jenetia Krole and Lorgar took a huge jump from last month’s rankings and landed just outside of the top positions.
The rankings in the highest echelons of Terra have been dominated by two clear winners: Fulgrim and Horus. The huge leap on Use Rate of both Warlords after the balance changes deserves a closer look at some of the changed cards, but for now Fulgrim rises as this month’s champion! Tylos Rubio takes the third spot with a respectable climb from the last season, followed by Khârn and Saul Tarvitz, who were also well positioned in this month’s Low Terra rankings.
Raum remains in the same position as last season, leading the second half of the top 10. Luther takes a small step forward into seventh splace, closely followed by a beaten Camba-Diaz who has dropped to the second half of the top 10 for the first time in a while. Lorgar makes his way into the top 10 with a very big leap from last month, and Exodus barely manages to sneak into the top positions this month. Outside of the top 10, the rankings have changed a lot, with the biggest changes being on Lord Cypher, Ka’Bandha and Jenetia Krole, who were in a much worse position during the last season.
We’ve seen many changes in the rankings since the latest balance update, and there are more to come with the release of new cards from the second wave of the Galaxy in Flames expansion on December 10th. What is your plan to climb through the ranks this season? Dare to try a new approach! Take a new Legion to the battlefield and commence a new journey of galactic conquest!
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