Sylvanas Player Power Rankings: Week 3
Who are the heroes of Last Hero Standing? Find out in this weeks Sylvanas PPRs!
Sylvanas Player Power Rankings
Hello and welcome to the first Sylvanas S6 Player Power Rankings! Every two weeks ironFIRE will take a look at the best players in Sylvanas League, while in alternate weeks you’ll get an update on Ragnaros League Rankings.
1. Kartigan (3-0; 9-1) Xplosive Sheep
This THL newcomer is on top of the rankings this week with an absurd 90% game win rate, and at the 1 seed no less. Despite Kartigan’s success, Xplosive Sheep is trailing their division with 42 points. If the 2-4 seeds can start winning post-nerf, this team could be a fearsome one.
2. Rizen (3-0; 9-2) DadLegend
Rizen is the only remaining player undefeated in both Ragnaros and Sylvanas leagues. I’m placing a bounty on Rizen right here, right now. 4 points to the first player to hand him an L.
3. Ozmanaut (3-0; 9-2) Tan Pam’s Surf Slam
Ozmanaut has spent 2 seasons kicking ass in the 5 seed with a 67% match winrate. With such a winning record, it’s no surprise that Ozzy is 5 PR away from becoming a 4 seed. It’ll be interesting to see if Ozmanaut can do like Rizen and thrive in the 4 seed after starting as a 5.
4. WowDotBen (3-0; 9-3) DadLegend
WowDotBen has already taken an early loss in week 4, but these power rankings reflect up to week 3, and Ben’s first 3 weeks were impressive. He swept Earl week 1 and beat Starlax, the best captain in Sylvanas league (no bias here), week 3.
5. Kuthroat (3-0; 9-4) The Fearless Hearth
Chiggmo’s assembled quite the fearsome team with The Fearless Hearth. The team leads the red division in part thanks to their fearless 3 seed, Kuthroat. Kuthroat’s an early contender for the Rookie of the Season award with an undefeated record after three matches, which included a victory against undefeated-in-Ragnaros-league SwankyTiger.
6. Machina (3-0; 9-5) Team Black Lotus
Machina has come out on the winning side of three close matches. Machina started Season 5 with a 3-0 record too, but ended the season with 5-2. How will this season compare?
7. ApexPredator (2-1; 8-3) The Fearless Hearth
ApexPredator might have been #1 on the power rankings a week ago with 3-0 sweeps both the first two weeks, but a 2-3 loss week 3 puts him at #7. He went 7-3 last season with a disappointing loss in the first week of playoffs, but The Fearless Hearth looks poised to make a repeat playoffs appearance, giving ApexPredator a chance at redemption.
8. Sage (2-0; 6-1) Toki Tinker Fan Club
In April, Sage hit legend for the first time, proving that he’s a better player than his 4 seed status implies. No doubt someone was happy to pick him up for their THL fantasy team. They must have been livid when Sage failed to submit classes in week 2.
9. Fancy19 (2-0; 6-2) The Fearless Hearth
“Sit down next to the fearless hearth. And be humble.
“Pull up on your block then break it down; we playin’ Hearthstone.
“A.M. to the P.M., P.M. to the A.M., funk.
“If you squelch my BM, I still slow roll lethal, funk.
“If I quit this season, I still be the greatest, funk.
“My top deck just went viral!”
-- Fancy19, direct quote, definitely not made up
10. TypicalTyrant (2-1; 7-6) DadLegend
“I have a better record than Tyrant, why am I not on this list, wah wah wah!” Well you know what, whiny strawman, I have the next highest winrate and I can do what I want. TypicalTyrant outplayed me on stream this past weekend and I feel like he deserves to be on this list. Not only did Tyrant finish at legend rank 190 in April, he’s managed a winning record after facing some fearsome opponents in his first three weeks: Stephieee (undefeated in Ragnaros) who he beat, then MemyselfandI (5th highest PR of anyone in any league) who he lost to, then me, ironFIRE, (undefeated in Ragnaros and MCL) who he beat.
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