Hey everyone, do tell me if this is a terrible idea but…
With the addition on “win rate” being added as a stat it’s got me very interested in how teams are doing in PvP right now. We talk a lot about broken combos or how good/bad some things are but we don’t have much core data showing just how successful strategies are. What I was hoping in this thread is that perhaps some people would be willing to share a screenshot of their team and the win rate they’ve been having with it. This way we can have a look at what’s doing really well in the meta right now and what isn’t.
Now obviously a lot of the win success also comes down to careful play in the matches. I also know that lots of people don’t like to share their strategies for the sake of being copied. Additionally, I don’t want this to be a place for bragging… just somewhere to take a look at team building success/failure. I hope that enough of you are willing to participate.
A couple of notes:
- Please share screenshots rather than quoting the results, to maintain accuracy and stop trolling.
- Please only share if you’ve got 20+ wins, so that it’s from a good sample size.
- Please only share if you’ve been using basically the same team the whole PvP season.
- If there are particular parts of your team doing well/badly then would be good to note that.
If any of you want to throw out some quotes of “I was using this team [screenshot] and had roughly XX% win rate, then switched to this team [screenshot] and my win rate has been roughly XX%” then that’s good too. However, better to share as I said above if possible.
To start it off here’s the team I’ve been using this PvP and the win rate:
With the drop in the use of Gyomurai and Delugazar front lines in this PvP, I’ve had much better luck not getting countered right at the start. Also, Zeuswyrm in 5th position has been doing wonders to take out stun absorbers or for getting RNG luck and stunning a key player in the enemy team (note: lightning entrance doesn’t get blocked by protectors). I’ve also been able to abuse all the twin killers and robinators people have been using in the front line this PvP season (to tackle things like Nereida) by simply leaving them alive the whole match and making it a 4v2.
The general strategy of my team is insane stun converter stuff going on at the front with a heavily protected Cyclozar sweeping every 60TU as well. Then going into detox and ending with some of the best PvP monsters around. I’d attribute this win rate mostly to the stun converter monsters along with the flexibility of the team. It’s able to adapt very nicely throughout the match depending on what is left on the field.
The matches I’ve been losing have pretty much been where they’ve stunned my mid-game by removing/killing Freezecobra and Mechaviathan.