Shinmiri2's avatar By Shinmiri2, March 12, 2019
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This time, we're looking at a Scoia'tael deck that's powerful and easy to learn. The lessons in this deck guide regarding good cards vs bad cards and how to think about the three-round system can be applied to other decks as well.

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Detlaff van der Eretein has corrupted the lands, and the time of the Crimson Curse is here. As this new and exciting expansion for Gwent is confirmed by CD Projekt Red, lordgort shares his thoughts on the initial announcement.

Green Cricket's avatar By Green Cricket, March 3, 2019
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Arachas Queen is back and in this Gwent deck guide we are looking at how you can finish off your opponents with a big Arachas Swarm, boosted up twice through Yennefer!

Shinmiri2's avatar By Shinmiri2, March 1, 2019
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It's only the first day of the patch, but I might dare proclaim this Miracle Bran (a reference to Miracle Rogue from HS) a top tier deck. It has a ton of power and consistency and is no longer easily disrupted due to the new Zeal keyword on Coral. The deck has a relatively high learning curve but it's quite flexible once you understand how to play it. Check out this video guide to learn more about the deck that's about to take the meta by storm!

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Another month, another Rapid Reaction! Team Aretuza bring you the latest news from Gwent following February's CDPR Gwent developer update.

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Since binary evaluation is not an option, we need to find an evaluation system that takes a holistic approach to rating cards. In Part I of this guide, we discussed niche vs versatile cards and point floor and ceiling. We explored the reasons behind the assertion that cards cannot be evaluated on a binary basis and started expanding on their intrinsic characteristics and connections to other cards in Gwent, aiming to develop a better evaluation system. Part II will continue this with one more set of factors, and then put it all together.

Shinmiri2's avatar By Shinmiri2, February 23, 2019
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Shinmiri's latest video deck guide features an insanely fun and very unique Bran Lippy Uma deck. It is powerful and consistent, yet unpredictable at the same time. Play a strong round 1 full of gold cards and then Lippy them back into your deck and play them again in round 3!

BobbyKazoole!'s avatar By BobbyKazoole!, February 21, 2019
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Every card in Gwent is unique, and has connections to other cards in the vast and diverse card pool. But there should only be 25 cards in a deck - so how do we choose the best ones? In this article, we explore the realm of evaluating cards in Gwent. Looking at any card from many different points of view can provide insights into that card’s strengths, weaknesses, synergies, and, ultimately, viability in a competitive meta.

JMJWilson23's avatar By JMJWilson23, February 18, 2019
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As a follow up to Part 1 of this series where he covered his preparation for the Gwent Open #8 Qualifier, guest writer JMJWilson once again returns to analyze the results of this tournament, both from his perspective and that of the field at large.

SwanDive's avatar By SwanDive, February 15, 2019
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Ingredients have been collected, measurements have been taken, and the cookbook is now ready. Welcome everyone to the latest Gwent Meta Snapshot presented by the masterchefs of Team Aretuza & Team Nova! We’ve been hard at work studying how the game has changed since the addition of the new leaders, and we’re now ready to share our results. We hope this collection of 29 meta-defining recipes, errr… decks will sweeten Gwent’s Season of Love for you.