Tier List

Updated weekly by the Top Player Council, the best-performing players every 3 months.
  • Madolche added to High Potential.
  • Rokket added to High Potential.

The latest release was "Lord of Borrel", released on January 31st, 2023.

  • Top Tiers
  • Power Rankings
  • History
Tier 1
Expected to be a large percentage of the top cut in a competitive tournament.*

Tier 2
Expected to be in the top cut of a competitive tournament, but not a large percentage.*

Tier 3
Expected to be played in a competitive tournament, with the possibility of being in the top cut.*

High Potential
Decks acknowledged by the Top Player Council as having potential for being on the Tier List and which should be further explored. Without established results, it is not recommended to invest in these decks.

* Top cut in an MCS means reaching top 32 with a minimum win-rate of 71%.
Due to the latest set release, the metagame is likely to change rapidly. The decks shown here may be much weaker in upcoming tournaments, and other decks may be much stronger. Check back in a couple weeks to see how the new format has developed!
This is automatically updated using Tournament Topping Decks from ALL Community Tournaments.
Tier 1
The most successful Tournament Topping Decks, with power levels of at least 15.
Power: 28.7
Power: 16.1

Tier 2
Decks with power levels between 7 and 15.
Power: 10.4

Tier 3
Decks with power levels between 4 and 7.
Power: 6.8
Power: 4.9

* The power rankings are computed based on each deck's placings in DMC and Community Events. The more competitive and the more recent the event, the more points each deck type earns for placing well in it. The exact power score for a deck type is normalized by taking a deck type's total power and dividing it by the cumulative power of all decks, so a deck with a power score of 5 comprises 5% of the current format's total power.