The first issue of doodle comics. Special credits to Sqwerell of The Sounds of Gwent.
In this weeks Gwentlemen Talkshow we have Crash_overlord, who introduces his brand new Gwent Pro Team: Red Coin. SnikiSnek, a fellow Gwentlemen and this week’s replacement for Jaggerous, makes his talkshow debut as well. The guys analyze the current meta and how it will translate to the many tournaments coming in the weeks ahead, as well as specific archetypes that may or may not be underrated. Radovid Africa appears this week in a supporting role.
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Gwent: The Witcher Card Game has now seen several ranked seasons - but we have recently finished its very first of the Pro Ladder. OtakuMZ takes us through how it all went down.
The Pro Laddeer’s first season is in the books, and the Polish player Adzikov ended up on top. At the start of the the season, he amassed 400 games to quickly climb to the top, and most assumed he would fall as more players started to reach the 400 game mark. He proved them wrong, however, as he would remain on top for nearly all of the first season. There was a brief period at the end of the season when GwentSlam #2 champion, GameKingAT from Austria, had a brief stint in the top slot, but Adzikov came back one more time to win back first prize and 80 Crown Points. Rounding out the top 3 was TailBot, another Polish player who spent much of the season just behind fellow countryman Adzikov.
Though we have begun the second season, we should take a closer look at the first’s results. There is actually a lot to learn from the stats that are buried in the final leaderboard. If you are interested in an in-depth take and some serious number crunching, you have come to the right place! For all of you that find too many numbers and walls of text less interesting, there’s a tl;dr at the bottom of the article.
The second installation of GwentSlam, a CDPR licensed GwentMasters tournament organized by Lifecoach happened during the final weekend of October in Vienna. The top-notch roster of players competed for a prize pool of $10,000 and the precious Crown Points the came with it. All the players, casters as well as the results can be seen in the top half of the following infographic.
Hey guys, Swim here, with my cursed Wolfsbane deck I built today on stream. This deck is very powerful, and might even be better than my Cerys Wolfsbane list although we won’t know for sure for several days until the meta resolves. Either way this list boasts an incredibly powerful opener, using Bran to discard Morkvarg, Raider, and Wolfsbane, achieving a total 24 point swing, more turn 1 tempo than any other leader is capable of.