# Splinerland Roundup - Splinter Stats Season 42 Report Card

in #splinterstats6 months ago


My first full season in about a year+. It was fun. I quickly realized that I had forgotten much about the game, but I was able to catch up quickly enough. Though this game doesn't have the depth of something like Hearthstone, it is fun enough on it's own and I very much enjoyed this season.

Match Report


Diamond Rank242
Rating3331 - Diamond III
Rating High3331
Total Rating Movements (+-)7999
Ranked Ratio (Win/Loss+Draw)2.37 (325/137/1)
Tournament Ratio (Win/Loss+Draw)1.40 (35/25/0)
Longest Streak17
Highest Rated Win vs@wer-gewinnt (3480)

So my goal for next time!

Top 10 Summoner Usage

SummonerFrequencyTeams FieldedWin Rate
Alric Stormbringer14728.77%80.27%
Lyanna Natura12223.87%68.03%
Zintar Mortalis5210.18%61.54%
Tyrus Paladium509.78%54.00%
Malric Inferno489.39%68.75%
Zintar Mortalis356.85%57.14%
Daria Dragonscale285.48%67.86%
Delwyn Dragonscale173.33%52.94%
Malric Inferno91.76%66.67%
Contessa L'ament20.39%100.00%

No surprise here. Back a year ago when I was able to make Champion level due to no power requirement at that time, it was Alric that got me there and things haven't changed much now.

Top 100 Monster Usage

MonsterFrequencyTeams FieldedWin Rate
Crustacean King11221.92%82.14%
Creeping Ooze9919.37%72.73%
Prismatic Energy9418.40%60.64%
Water Elemental7715.07%79.22%
Frozen Soldier7113.89%77.46%
Goblin Mech7013.70%71.43%
Haunted Spirit6813.31%60.29%
Sea Genie6713.11%74.63%
Highland Archer6412.52%59.38%
Wood Nymph6312.33%74.60%
Spineback Turtle5911.55%84.75%
Barking Spider5911.55%66.10%
Mushroom Seer5811.35%74.14%
Flesh Golem5210.18%71.15%
Undead Priest479.20%65.96%
Peaceful Giant479.20%57.45%
Grumpy Dwarf458.81%73.33%
Javelin Thrower448.61%65.91%
Twisted Jester448.61%56.82%
Earth Elemental448.61%63.64%
Sea Monster428.22%61.90%
Pirate Archer418.02%78.05%
Mischievous Mermaid367.05%80.56%
Pirate Captain356.85%80.00%
Goblin Shaman346.65%73.53%
Sand Worm346.65%61.76%
Enchanted Pixie326.26%68.75%
Kobold Miner305.87%66.67%
Phantom Soldier305.87%56.67%
Naga Warrior305.87%83.33%
Haunted Spider285.48%67.86%
Ruler of the Seas265.09%65.38%
Skeleton Assassin265.09%76.92%
Elven Cutthroat265.09%50.00%
Stone Golem254.89%68.00%
Swamp Thing254.89%68.00%
Sabre Shark244.70%87.50%
Flame Imp244.70%70.83%
Divine Sorceress244.70%62.50%
Rusty Android234.50%52.17%
Gelatinous Cube234.50%60.87%
Animated Corpse224.31%77.27%
Spirit of the Forest203.91%65.00%
Goblin Sorcerer203.91%65.00%
Magi Sphinx173.33%52.94%
Divine Healer173.33%52.94%
Warrior of Peace163.13%31.25%
Feral Spirit163.13%50.00%
Minotaur Warrior163.13%81.25%
Spineback Wolf152.94%46.67%
Pit Ogre152.94%66.67%
Naga Fire Wizard142.74%64.29%
Failed Summoner132.54%84.62%
Silvershield Paladin122.35%58.33%
Imp Bowman112.15%72.73%
Magi of the Forest112.15%54.55%
Kelp Initiate101.96%70.00%
Torhilo the Frozen101.96%60.00%
Serpentine Soldier101.96%70.00%
Skeletal Warrior91.76%77.78%
Silvershield Archers91.76%33.33%
Captain's Ghost91.76%55.56%
Frost Giant81.57%87.50%
Clay Golem81.57%37.50%
Fire Demon81.57%75.00%
Flame Monkey81.57%75.00%
Shadowy Presence81.57%50.00%
Giant Roc81.57%87.50%
Stonesplitter Orc81.57%62.50%
Silvershield Bard71.37%42.86%
Fire Beetle71.37%57.14%
Silvershield Knight61.17%66.67%
Ettin Spearman61.17%33.33%
Elven Defender61.17%66.67%
Molten Ogre61.17%100.00%
Undead Badger50.98%80.00%
Silvershield Sheriff50.98%60.00%
Black Dragon50.98%80.00%
Ice Pixie50.98%100.00%
Screaming Banshee50.98%60.00%
Silvershield Warrior50.98%60.00%
Fineas Rage50.98%60.00%
Exploding Dwarf40.78%75.00%
Undead Rexx40.78%25.00%
Crystal Werewolf40.78%50.00%
Dark Enchantress40.78%50.00%

Again no real surprises here. Gives me a good idea of who I should upgrade even higher.

Win Rate by Ruleset

RulesetFrequencyWin Rate
Close Range6167.21%
Healed Out5660.71%
Reverse Speed5074.00%
Heavy Hitters4776.60%
Broken Arrows3969.23%
Fog of War3577.14%
Aim True3470.59%
Taking Sides3187.10%
Weak Magic3164.52%
Silenced Summoners3060.00%
Odd Ones Out3056.67%
Armored Up3070.00%
Super Sneak2975.86%
Target Practice2759.26%
Even Stevens2657.69%
Lost Legendaries2665.38%
Little League2584.00%
Back to Basics2475.00%
Lost Magic2475.00%
Rise of the Commons2483.33%
Melee Mayhem2176.19%
Up Close & Personal2171.43%
Keep Your Distance1942.11%
Equal Opportunity1687.50%
Noxious Fumes30.00%

Most of them seem pretty good. The big exception being Noxious Fumes. Man—zero for three!

Rewards Report

Standard Foil Cards
Total Standard761925
Gold Foil Cards
Total Gold00

Loot Chests

Reward ChestsDailiesSeasonTotal💲DEC💲
Legendary Potions2811391560
Alchemy Potions3612482400
UNTAMED Packs1012000
Cards (Total)697761925

Captured DEC (Ranked Rewards)

Ranked Play WinsDEC Earned

Total Ranked Play Rewards

Total Ranked Play Earnings
19654 DEC

Upwards and onwards—here's hoping I'll do every better next time!

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Though this game doesn't have the depth of something like Hearthstone, it is fun enough on it's own and I very much enjoyed this season.

Do you think Items and Spells in the Land expansion will improve the depth? I've not played Hearthstone to have a comparison.

@kiokizz - Hearthstone is almost exactly the same as Magic the Gathering, minus the lands which slow Magic down. It's depth comes from its hundreds of cards, more abilities, more spells. It is a true card game, so you shuffle the deck, draw a handful of random cards and play one of the cards, be it a monster or a spell, then next turn you draw another card and play again, and so on. As you can see, there is much more strategy with this style of play. Where as programming a bot for Splinterland is fairly trivial—which is why there are so many bots playing—programming a bot for Hearthstone would be significantly more difficult. It's a fun game—it's free to play, if you have the space on your computer or phone.

But at any rate, to answer your question, I'm not sure. Possibly it will bring some new strategy, and certainly another money sink that will make it harder for new players to advance, but with the current structure of the game, that of pre-picking a team to fight based on some random rules, I don't see the game getting a lot more depth. But then again, I could be wrong. We will find out!

Thanks for the comment. 1 share sbi coming your way!

Reminds me a bit of playing Yu-Gi-Oh. Never got into Magic myself. Thanks for the in-depth response 👍

Thanks for posting quality Splinterlands content. @splinterstats has sponsored you 5 HIVE SBI.