Flesh-eater Courts – Faction Review (Jul-Nov ’22)

With the release of the Battlescroll: Galletian Reinforcements I’ve been able to go back through the data from the release of the General’s Handbook and tidy everything up. In doing so, I though it may be cool to give you a run-down of how each faction performed under the current General’s Handbook until the Battlescroll took effect.

The data used for analysing these results was taken from 110 Grand Tournaments between 3rd July 2022 and 6th November 2022.

Flesh-eater Courts

Region Comparison – Popularity

Flesh-eater Courts saw their highest popularity in Oceania with 3.7% of players choosing the faction for tournament play, while at the opposite end of the world the uptake was only 1.8% in Europe.

Region Comparison – Win Rates

The win rates across all the regions were fairly solid at around 50%. However, the only exception was Scandinavia where this dipped to 35.0%

North America was the location of the Flesh-eater Courts only 5-0 result.

Subfaction Analysis

SubfactionPlayersWin Rate
Hollowmourne754.29%
Gristlegore1350.77%
Feast Day3247.20%
Morgaunt1246.67%
Blisterskin2943.45%
None/Unknown952.27%
Faction Total10447.60%

Although Hollowmourne appears to have the most successful win rate, they were by far not the most popular faction, with the majority of players choosing between Feast Day and Blosterskin as their go to.

Top 10 Flesh-eater Courts Players

You may notice that some players have a better World/Nation ranking than players above them in this table. This is due to players playing with multiple factions. These players have been ranked on their top Flesh-eater Courts results only.

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