In this week’s Gwentlemen Talkshow we have special guest JoeSn0w. Joe is a Twitch streamer, and competitive player known for a chill chat and plenty of Dagon. We chat with Joe about his history in CCGs, what brought him to Gwent, and his name’s origin story. We discuss our thoughts and feeling on the Mahakam Ale Festival as it comes to a close. We look forward to a potential Halloween event, and the 21 new cards teased by CDPR. We also discuss the current meta, the polarising nature of Dagon Swarm and Restore Bran at the top of the meta, and how the remaining 3 factions fit in - rounding off with some predictions for Thronebreaker, and a new faction, as well as discussing the upcoming GwentSlam #2.
Hello, fellow Gwent players! I am Insangpha, a F2P Gwent streamer, and I achieved a full collection on September 30th. I would like to share my journey and some statistics, and I feel that I can give new players or those who intend to play F2P a good estimate of the time and games it takes to complete a whole collection.
Hey everyone! JoeSn0w here with a guide on how to play the Dagon Swarm deck. I believe this to be one of the most powerful Tier 1 archetypes in Gwent at the moment. Whether you are looking to hit Grandmaster Rank, climb the Pro Ladder or just have some fun in casual this guide should help you improve your results with the deck.
Hello everyone. This is a refined version of the Crach an Craite deck I used in TGO September. It’s an homage to early open beta Skellige midrange bear decks as well as wicked ending song from one of the most memorable episodes of Game of Thrones. But it is not just a themed-deck for fun, my winrate has held at 65% over large game samples from from all levels of play: tournament, regular and pro ladder. This is a fairly balanced deck that will give you a chance even when losing the coinflip and going first, and good decks should be able to do that.
Hey guys Swim here, with my new Bear Kambi deck I’ve built on my stream over the past several days. While a very difficult deck to correctly pilot, it can be surprisingly competitive if played to perfection. However, keep in mind that this is still a Kambi deck; for a more competitive option, you can try my restore skellige. Today I’m joined by fellow Gwentlemen Lamios and we’re going to be going over the nuances of this strange new deck.