Give me your tears and blood.Nerat Kirine
November 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 month of epic battles across a war-torn Galaxy, the stats are in. It’s time to look at the numbers from last month’s ranked season and check how the rankings in High Terra (rating 3800+) and Low Terra (rating 2500-3800) have evolved.
The top spot in Low Terra is taken by none other than the Arch-Betrayer himself, Luther. After a few seasons hovering around the 10th spot, he surges to take the top spot with a 57% win rate. Also making a triumphant return, albeit less audacious, is Konrad Curze, leaping from 5th to 2nd. Nerat Kirine drops from 2nd to 3rd, with Sigismund battling his way up from 8th to claim 4th. Santar is another that falls, from 3rd to round out 5th.
Cor’bax Utterblight plods up to 6th from 13th, with Khârn dropping to 7th from 4th last month. Raum reclaims his spot in the top 10 at 8th, with Torgaddon apparently becoming a regular around the top 10, holding in at 9th, with Sevatar cutting his way back into the top 10, at 10th. Notable mentions deserve to go out to Forrix at 12th, and Perturabo at 14th, surging in the rankings following their balance patch last month. Another ill-deserved mention should be Sheed Ranko, once top of both Terras, appearing to drop completely out of the notable rankings.
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As in Low Terra, former champion Sheed Ranko is nowhere to be seen this season. Perhaps he retreated into hiding to unleash a new plot. In his spot, Nerat Kirine steals and pillages his way to the top spot from 8th last month. Santar continues to push his triumphant return to the top 5 by claiming 2nd. Khârn takes a hit down to 3rd, followed by Lucius continuing his return into 4th. Geigor Fell-Hand soars up the rankings from 13th to 5th, rounding out the top 5.
Luther, missing from last month’s report at High Terra, climbs to 6th position, followed by an equally formerly absent Sigismund. A new contender in the form of Sergeant Cork, perhaps hoping to replace Lucretia in the rankings, holds firm ground in 8th. Nomus continues to hold on at 9th, with Jangsai Khan speeding up to 10th from 22nd last month. Other special mentions should go to the entire 11th-15th, as the majority of them make strong moves from sub 20th to climb the ladder, aside from Kor Phaeron, who remains staunchly upon 14th.
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With the Alpha Legion temporarily displaced from Terra, new Warlords have risen to claim their rightful place among the greatest. As predicted, several former meta report veterans are making moves to ascend to the top spot and finish off 2022, but who will be able to claim it? Will a former winner be able to take it once more, or will a brand new Warlord upset the stage and become December’s champion?
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