In case you missed the livestream, we have the 4 games separated and ready for you on our YouTube channel.
With this final entry on Faction Identity, we come to the most dangerous and bloody faction in Gwent: the Monsters.
They are very different from any of the other factions, as they are not bound to a specific geographic area, nor do they fight under one banner. They have many disparate tribes, like the riders of the Wild Hunt, as well as different kinds of monster-races, some of which will all swarm out of the deck at once - such as Foglets, Crones, and the Arachas.
They have the most diversity in creatures and races as they cover all monsters from the Witcher universe.
We’ve concluded the June’s Gwentlemen’s Open. 114 Players entered the tournament on Saturday, but only 16 made it into day two. They fought tooth and nail through rigorous battles until finally, 11 hours into the day 2, MaggoGx emerged victorious.
When it comes to decklists in the top 16, there were very few surprises; Dagon, Calveit and Crach were the most picked leaders by a huge margin, which didn’t necessarily translate into their win rate.
Without further ado, these are the top 8 decklists.
Pumpkinshit (16 games - 43.75% w/r) - 7/8th
Gobbu (17 games - 52.94% w/r) - 7/8th
Moody (20 games - 60.00% w/r) - 5/6th
Dunkoro (22 games - 50.00% w/r) - 5/6th
Cameroon_Cook (24 games - 45.83% w/r) - 4th
Hellfinder (24 games - 54.17% w/r) - 3rd
Bytzi (21 games - 61.90% w/r) - 2nd
MaggoGx (29 games - 68.91% w/r) - 1st
For more TGO stats and information check the infographics or watch the cast of the top 4 games!
Part 2: The Top 5 Most Powerful and Meta-defining Decks in the Gwent Closed Beta *Written by guest-writer RandyOfCintra and GumGumFacePunch, we will be taking another look back at the closed beta and share a bit of our experiences from that time. *