Gwent Meta Report #29

Welcome to our 29th meta report! It didn’t take long for SY to reclaim the throne, as Jackpot is once again a force to be reckoned with, mainly due to King of Beggars.

ST benefited from their new cards, too. Milva: Sharpshooter offers a great synergy with Guerilla Tactics, functioning as a powerful control tool. Moreover, engine and no-unit decks alike can utilize the Round 1 presence of Saskia: Commander.

Assimilate is in a decent spot, but if you want to try out the new NG cards, Ardal aep Dahy and Jan Calveit can be utilized in a singleton Enslave deck with Radeyah and Shupe’s Day Off.

SK has a few options: Battle Trance with Gedyneith, Rage of the Sea with Rioghan the Undying, and with the changes to Onslaught, Pirates are finally a viable archetype.

NR and MO got the short end of the stick this patch. The interaction between King Radovid V and Uprising was hotfixed, however he can still be useful in a Witcher-based Shieldwall deck.

Regis: Reborn wasn’t enough to make Vampires competitive, as the deck has a horrible matchup against Guerilla Tactics. If you insist on playing the red faction, Deathwish is the better alternative after the buffs to Abaya and Maerolorn.

And finally, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continuous support. Everyone at TLG wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! You can join our Discord if you have any questions.

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Editing: Wusubi, ShadowplayRed, Sebodunum
Writers: Andasama, Avades, EuronCrowsEye, Gravesh, Inayesel, Lorakko, Oliveira, Pajabol, Qnerr, SpyroZA, Zubedoo
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