AoS Stats for January

We’ve covered a lot of Top 3 lists over the last month, so I thought it would be good to look at some of the stats surrounding them.

Be wary those, these are for all the one day and two day events that we’ve covered plus two or three more. All armies are at 2,000 points and using the current rules and FAQ’s.

The below list are the tournaments that have been used to populate this data.

Golden Sprue AoS GT 2022
Clash of Swords
Coliseum of Sigmar
PSU: March to War
Norwegian Masters
Kirwans Game Store Monthly AoS Tournament
January 8th Metagames 2k Tournament
Grudge Hammer LVO Prep Event
Dallas Defenders New Year New Player
TTWG Sigmar Bash
MOX Age of Sigmar Tournament
Forge & Fire 2k Age of Sigmar
Viking Games RTT: Realm of Viking Part I
Gitmob Charity Brawl 2022

Most Selected Grand Alliance

Order tops the table with almost half of all armies being from an Order Battletome.

Grand Alliance Win Rates

The win rate for each Grand Alliance tells a difference story though with Destruction being the most successful and Chaos the least.

Most Selected Faction

Out of those 280 armies that we’ve focused on it’ll be no surprise that the Stormcast Eternals are the most played faction with nearly 20% of the field playing Stormcast. This would mean on average at a five day event you’re likely to play at least one Stormcast army.

Faction Win Rates

Idoneth Deepkin lead the table here with a massive 72.7% win rate over 22 games. However, let’s narrow this down to the more popular factions who have played at least 50 games:

This leaves the five most popular factions, with Ironjawz heading this mini-league with a 57.7% win rate.

Top 10 Most Selected Sub-Faction

It’ll probably come as no surprise that the Hammers of Sigmar lead the table in the most played sub-faction. The appeal of Dragons and Dracothian units is just too great possibly.

Surprisingly for me, Skaventide is in fourth despite having possibly once of the most outdated books?

Top 10 Win rates for Sub-Factions with 20+ Games

Idoneth Deepkin/Fuethan top the charts showing that perhaps they’re the easiest faction to pick up and play? My own beloved Kruleboyz/Big Yellers prop up the rest of the table with a measly 30.3% win rate.

Stormcast Eternals/Hammers of Sigmar Analysis

So who’s their bogey enemy? Who do they lose to most often?

The data set is too small to have a any reliability at the moment, but Legion of the First Prince and Sons of Behemat/Breaker Tribe have had the most success against them.

If we reduce the opposition to Sub-Factions who have played them at least ten times then only the Ironjaws/Bloodtoofs have a favourable win ratio against them.

Ironjaws/Bloodtoofs Analysis

Again, the data set is to small to have any significance.

Seraphon/Thunder Lizard Analysis

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