Meta snapshot #36
[30.03] Release: 14 new decks, new ranking, new videos, new matchups & gameplan info.
With the advent of spring, it’s time for another installment of your favorite snapshot.
The longer and longer days are conducive to the evening session of gwent and jamming the ladder, when the birds chirp outside the window and the storks return to their nests, it has become even more pleasant.
This season, as in nature, the first signs of changes have appeared, but there will also be room for fans of well-known decks.
In The Sun-Praising Empire, Renfri gave up the title of best deck to Enslave.
This is not to say that variants with Albrich or Imperial Formation are weak, no no no.
However, the possibilities offered by the flexibility of Assimilate in more matchups is welcome.
Pirates of Skellige can boast of a kind of evolution. The best players often experiment with deckbuilding and the result is a multitude of solutions for the Nekker assault. Both the classic discard package and variations with Horn or Raiding Fleet are good additions to the deck.
If someone complained about the lack of Harmony in recent years, they have no right to complain now. The well-known deck with Saskia provides a good pace and the control possibilities offered by Schirru and Brehen allow you to control the game. Of course, you can meet Precision Strike, which may turn out to be what lovers of control decks need to be happy.
This season allowed everyone to make sure that the Blood Money rework and the bounty hunter pack were the perfect complement to everyone’s familiar Nekker Syndicate.
The devo decks in the countdown had to give way to Caleb and Ignatius combined with Nekker, who forcibly clinched first place.
Monsters have the largest selection of good playable decks. The loyal frost archetype continues to be an effective deck.
Deathwish, both the well-known one and Madoc’s variation, can boast of better results on the ladder.
Madoc also brought a breath of fresh air to the Northern Realms.
The already strong deck from Melitele gained a controlling piece, which gave it more flexibility and did not deprive it of its former effectiveness.
We hope that everyone will find something for themselves and spend nice evenings with our beloved card game while waiting for summer.
See you on the ladder!
We hope you will have fun with the current meta and we will see you on the top!
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Gandalf0271, Truzky, KozixTheUnique, T1mMy, Rata_Mahatta, Gregory_Black, ArtNhr, Electric000, Artem.Klyq, and TroVNut.