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A long term goal of ours has been to establish an online database that allows players to submit the results of their games, and while development of this is well underway, up to this point we have been restricted to gleaning hero statistics from tournaments wherever we can. Hero statistics, their pick rates, ban rates and win/loss percentages, are a large part of the MOBA genre and provide a lot of appeal. Something we are keen to extend that to Judgement. These statistics will not only be of huge benefit to our players, giving them endless talking points and reference material when selecting their Warbands, statistics will also provide an invaluable tool for our design and balance team when putting together errata and future heroes.
As part of an initiative to bring together newly forming meta from around the world, we are running a series of Vassal leagues and are in the midst of season 2. With the play-offs about to begin, I thought it would be a fantastic time to publish, and analyse, the hero statistics from the 3v3 portion of the competition. Players were split into two pools of 7 where they played each other once across both the cobblestone and swamp maps. The league was played using the standard Judgement rules with the only exception being that all monster spawning pits spawned random monsters. We also allowed both Fazeal and Jaegar to be used in the league.
For those interested in using the awesome Judgement Vassal module, you can download it here.
The league initial phase comprised of:
These heroes appeared in most of the 14 Warbands:
The most banned champions measured by the ratio of getting banned over appearances. Only champions that were in 2 or more Warbands were considered.
Note that champions that were banned a lot would have lower pick rates because they were unable to be picked. Only champions that were in 2 or more Warbands were considered.
These are the champions that were not picked once they were available to be picked, i.e. were not banned. Another term for this statistic is "being left on the bench". Only champions that were in 2 or more Warbands were considered.
Only champions that played 5 or more games were considered.
Below is a table that contains the entire statistics from the 3v3 portion of the league, ordered by highest win %.
We will be collecting similar statistics for the play-offs which moves to 5v5. We also hope to launch our global results database in the new few weeks.