Gwent Meta Report #10

Welcome to the update of our 10th meta report,

Thanks to your continuous support, we have been releasing meta reports for nearly 9 months now. This is the 10th report and we can't thank you enough for sticking with us. Patch 4.1 didn't introduce any drastic changes, which is a good thing. The meta continues to be healthy and even the best decks have some uncertain matchups.

Syndicate received a few nerfs, but Wild Card is still the deck to beat. Mystic Echo has proven to be a very powerful ability. The three most popular variations of Mystic Echo are Harmony, Dwarves and a Gord deck which includes 12 special cards.

While Monsters can offer a wide variety of decks, Blood Scent is undeniably the best option. Northern Realms still rely on Pincer Maneuver, an ability flexible enough to work with Midrange as well as with engine-overload decks. Nilfgaard plays many versions of Enslave and Skellige is back in full force with Patricidal Fury.

Under each faction, you can find optimized decks, the power rating and a brief summary of their strengths, weaknesses and possible considerations. If you have more questions, feel free to join our Discord server:

See you again when the meta shifts! -Wusubi

Editing: Wusubi

Writers: Andasama, Atrsharpe, Gravesh, Green-Knight, Hippo, Pajabol, SpyroZA and Thekeyer

Consultants: Aifbowman, Alessio1996, BeardyBog and McP0yle

For the tier friends


Tier 1: Wild Card with and without Portal, Mystic Echo Harmony, Dwarves and Gord

Tier 2: Blood Scent, Pincer Maneuver Midrange and Engines, Enslave [5] Assimilate and Midrange

Tier 3: Enslave [6] Hyperpile, Patricidal Fury, Arachas Swarm, Death's Shadow, Inspired Zeal, Second Wind and Carapace

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