Gwent Meta Report #27

Welcome to our 27th meta report! With Fruits of Ysgith out of the picture, some of the older decks such as Reckless Flurry, Reveal and Duels have managed to bounce back. Lined Pockets and Assimilate are still the top dogs,

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Gwent Meta Report #26

Welcome to our 26th meta report! Despite the hotfix earlier this month, Fruits of Ysgith continues to dominate the ladder with a Relict-based deck that still relies on Mammuna, Bloody Mistress and Caranthir. SY isn’t far behind – Lined Pockets

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Gwent Meta Report #25

Welcome to our 25th meta report! Sunset Wanderers should’ve been a gimmick card to promote Gwent on WitcherCon, but it turned out to be one of the most impactful and popular cards to date. Tactical Decision offers great synergy with

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Gwent Meta Report #24

Welcome to our 24th meta report! The introduction of Blightmaker and Mage Assassin, the perfectly balanced 11 points thinning combo, has resulted in NG being not only the most played, but also one of the best factions. Meanwhile, SY has

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Gwent Meta Report #23

Welcome to our 23rd meta report! After Redrame’s flawless run in the Top 16 qualifier, his Pirate’s Cove deck has taken the ladder by storm. And rightfully so – it’s the best deck which can also include various tech cards.

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Gwent Meta Report #22

Welcome to our 22nd meta report! Due to several buffs to bronze crimes, SY is finally back in business, as Lined Pockets is the best deck in the game. Arachas Swarm is also powerful, but with Lockdown out of the

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Gwent Meta Report #21

Welcome to our 21st meta report! With Viy out of the picture, the meta feels fairly healthy and balanced. Carapace seems to be the most popular choice for MO, while SK can rely on Ursine Ritual Warriors. Despite the nerf

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