Introduction This is the fourth iteration of Power Rankings after MSoG, ONiK and WotOG. I will continue this tradition by evaluating the cards of the newest expansion as well. If you comment on twitter, please use the hashtag #UnGoroRankings. This time, this article will not be just me, Martin “OtakuMZ“, but Nicholas “hsdecktech” will join me on this journey. Additionally, there will be a added category above the normal rankings: Q: Quest Rankings. Legendary spells just deserved their own category. In this category we will rank all Legendary Quest with their subsequent rewards from best to worst. They will also appear in the normal rankings. The last thing we will add is a “Controversities” Chapter below the rankings. If Nicholas and I heavily disagree on a card, we will discuss it there. To see all the tokens and Adapt upgrades please head to @Eldorian‘s Journey to Un’Goro Spoiler Card List. If you want some more insights on card analysis, we invite you to check out Card Reviews
Introduction I already wrote the Karazhan Power Rankings and the Old Gods Power Rankings. I will continue this by evaluating the cards of the newest expansion as well. If you comment on twitter, please use the hashtag #GadgetzanPR. This is the last iteration of the power rankings for MSG, the pre-release version can be found here. I apllied changes to the ranks of 38 cards but mostly ony one rank up and down. There were just a few cards that I under- or overrated by 2 ranks, almost half of them being Jade Golem associated cards. The cards are sorted by gang and class. Underrated by 2 or more ranks (7): Aya Blackpaw, Jade Behemoth, Jade Blossom, Jade Claws, Sleep with the Fishes and Finja, the Flying Star. Overrated by 2 or more ranks (4): Mark of the Lotus, Bomb Squad Madam Goya and Hobart Grapplehammer. It is debateble if there is a ☆☆☆☆☆☆ (6
Before you continue: This is the pre-release edition, to see the final verdict (two weeks after the release) please hit the LINK. Introduction: What Is This Ranking I already wrote the Karazhan Power Rankings and the Old Gods Power Rankings. I will continue this by evaluating the cards of the newest expansion as well. If you comment on twitter, please use the hashtag #GadgetzanPR. For spatial reasons and to enhance readability and browsebility for returning readers, a detailed explanation of how my ranks work is presented below the cards. Here are the rules of my power rankings in short: I will update this post constantly after every subsequent release The rank of each card can change in this process. Ranking is for Standard play mode and competitive play only “About Power Rankings” section, explanations of categories, and a changelog can be found at the end of this article (Annex I-III) Additional Link(s):
Introduction I already did the (Whispers of the) Old Gods Power Rankings and I want to continue this by evaluating the cards of the new Karazan Adventure. If you comment on twitter, please use the hashtag #karazhanPR. Like the ranking before, it will go through different itterations despite of being static. I will evaluate every card anew with every subsequent release of new cards. Why? With new cards synergies and anti-synergies may rise which weren’t possible before and with that, the power level of each card can rise or fall dramatically. I will read all other popular evaluations and take them into consideration because I am not the best analysst by any means. ANyway, I got some cards right the last time when others were partly way off the final power level (e.g. Thing from Below). On the other hand I was also wrong in other cases (e.g. Herald Volajz).
Introduction While the cards for Whispers of the Old Gods (OldGods) were subsequentially released I made a evolving power ranking with each new announcement. The initial article, which was upated until all cards and the nerfs were revealed, can be found here. At the bottom of the article, I inserted the rating system explanation from the article once more for those who do not remember. In today’s article, I will present you four topics: Winners: cards that performed significantly better or saw unexpected more play than predicted. Losers: cards that significantly underperformed compared to the assessment before the release. Sleepers: cards that have not been figuered out yet or are underused at the moment, but having the potential to become strong. Update: the updated Power Ranking list* *There are two changes in the list: cards rated under (A/B) and (C) are now also listed in (1) to (5) three sub-categories
Introduction I am holding off on my usual infographics until the new formats hit. Until then, allow me to get into the hype of card releases and bring you something that I hope you find useful.When I look at the reviews of the cards due to release in an upcoming expansion, there is always one thing that bothers me. Once the review is written or the video posted there is no turning back until we see the whole picture of the full release. When this finally happens, there will normally be reviews of all cards again, which usually contains a lot of repetition of what was said or written previously. “This ranking should be flexible and evolve with every card released.” My approach will be a little different. This ranking should be flexible and evolve with every card released. I will not do any in deep reviews of the cards and I will not