Meta snapshot #37
[03.05] Release: 15 new decks, new ranking, new videos, new matchups & gameplan info.
Together with the warm days, a new issue of your favorite and only snapshot of the meta decks for gwent you read has come to you.
Longer days are conducive to long sessions of playing our beloved card game.
This is the first season after the release of new cards from Claw and Dagger Expansion, which allowed to revive forgotten archetypes and strengthen well-known ones.
Arachas swarm returned to the top of the ladder after a break of over a year. As you can see, thinking in a group… in fact, in a hive mind is more effective than alone. The new cards refreshed the nekker list and allowed us to exclude ourselves like a kikimora from the egg of a new, control list.
The rain got some love too. The Beasts effectively buffed the sea archetype and the Corrupted Flaminica buff offers another good finisher to skellige decks.
Ultimately, however, the archetype of the beast from across the sea did not catch on as well as one might expect.
The new cards fit perfectly into the already well-known nekker Syndicate, where they help win round one without a large investment. The changes to this deck prompted me to try my hand at being a witch hunter, and I really enjoyed playing it.
In Scoia’tael, harmony is still the smallest deck known for several seasons. For people who want to spice up this list a bit, we suggest experimenting with back plans, which are a really nice answer to the opponent’s key cards.
Priestesses are doing well in the Northern Realms. I’ve been playing them for a few days now and I’m having a really good time, and that’s what this game is all about, right? … Right?
In Nilfgaard, just like in Scoia, you can try to experiment with new cards or learn from Kalkstein, who knows that sometimes there are unsuccessful experiments.
I hope everyone will find something for themselves, I’ll throw you my beloved Selfwound down there, maybe someone needs mutilation of their own units…
We wish all readers successful days spent on ladder conquests in the company of their favorite decks!
Praise the sun!
Wait, that’s not the game.
We hope you will have fun with the current meta and we will see you on the top!
Force of Nature
Rage of the sea
Writers, consultants, and editors:
Gandalf0271, Truzky, Kaneki_Yamori, KozixTheUnique, T1mMy, Rata_Mahatta, Gregory_Black, ArtNhr, Electric000, Artem.Klyq, and TroVNut.