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The leader is the only card a player is guaranteed to see in a game of Gwent. This article presents a three-prong model for understanding what leaders do and how to choose them for best effect.

Green Cricket's avatar By Green Cricket, July 22, 2018
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The first day of Gwent Open has passed, and there have been some exciting decks to watch!

In this video I've picked one deck of each winner, explaining what makes the deck interesting and how it could be played.

Green Cricket's avatar By Green Cricket, July 18, 2018
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This week I have teamed up with Lockin, the creator of this Control Skellige deck.

Abuse Morkvarg's carryover, deny your opponent's key cards, while you slowly amass points through weather and your Dimun units.

Slothland's avatar By Slothland, July 17, 2018
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The Arena Tier List that we present on our website is based on the normal Arena mode where all the cards from all factions are available. Since the interactions between different cards with different factions, are a huge part of the evaluation process, the tier scores would not reflect the reality during the events such as Faction Specific Arena Mode (cards from only one faction are available) or One-Color Arena Mode (only Gold, only Silver or only Bronze). Therefore in an article series we are going to discuss how to approach to the different modes and the significant changes on the tier scores of the normal arena mode.

Green Cricket's avatar By Green Cricket, July 11, 2018
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In this week's deck guide we're taking a look at a deck from 2017, which is a ton of fun in 2018 as well: Spella'tael!
Throw as many spells on your enemy as possible to buff up your Dol Blathanna Sentries and finish your enemy by resurrecting Ithlinne into double thunders!

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Episode 3 of GwenTalk featuring CDPR's Esports manager Vladimir and player/streamer FreddyBabes

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You just hit Rank 21 and you feel amazing because now you finally get access to Pro Ladder! Congratulations! But… wait… what does that actually mean? How does this strange new playground work?

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The second edition of Wild Hunt, the premier North American Gwent LAN tournament, was held on June 16th-17th. I attended WH2 and – after a long, competitive tournament – was fortunate enough to come away with the championship. In this article, I’ll discuss my preparation for Wild Hunt, the decks I brought, and my experiences during the event. Hopefully, it will help you get ready for your next Gwent LAN!

lordgort's avatar By lordgort, June 18, 2018
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In competitive Gwent, whenever the cards available change, certain decks will emerge over time as "the best." But what happens when one of those decks threatens to overpower all others?

Danman233's avatar By Danman233, June 4, 2018
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After two weeks, Gwent Open 5 is still fresh in our memories and we decided to provide you with a short tournament recap from the perspective of event's winner, Team Aretuza's own AndyWand. The author of Andy's "Pre Gwent Open interview", Armavel44, caught up with AndyWand again to ask him about his preparation, experience and victory.