You don’t need me to tell you that playing GWENT on the ranked ladder is a different experience to competing in a tournament. While laddering, winning as many games as possible is your main objective. It’s for this reason that most meta decks include almost no cards that are situational.
The fourth season of the GWENT Masters Pro Ladder Circuit ended just a few weeks ago and GWENT Open #5 is upon us. Seasoned veterans make a welcome return to the main stage but the tournament also introduces new competitors, ready to prove they belong among the elite GWENT professionals. The rivalization is on! A sizeable prize pool and ever-so-valuable GWENT Masters Crown Points are at stake!
Daniel “Damorquis” Morkisch qualified for GWENT Open #5 by finishing Pro Ladder on the 7th place. Just like last time, when he also battled intensely to finally make it into the event, he was able to qualify for the tournament, proving that what happened 2 months ago was not a coincidence.
Our visit at the Scoia’tael hideout in the Wieliczka Salt Mine has come to an end, and now it’s time to go back to our usual spot in Dandelion’s tavern.