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Classic Tournament mode[]

In Classic Tournament mode, you battle against other players in turn until there is only one Legend left standing - the tournament winner.

Your tournament ends either when your Legend’s Health is reduced to 0, or when every other player’s Legend’s Health is reduced to 0, in which case you’ve won. The longer you keep your Legend alive, the higher you’ll rank in the tournament.

Gauntlet Tournament mode[]

In Gauntlet Tournament mode you have to beat your opponents one-by-one in order to win the tournament.

At each step, you battle against the same opponent until that opponent is defeated and the next opponent is unlocked.

If you lose a battle, your opponent deals Damage to your Legend. When your Legend’s Health is reduced to 0, you are out of the tournament.

Ranked game mode[]

This is like the Classic Tournament format, but with the addition of a skill-based progression system. During a season players rise (or fall) through the ranks, based on their performance against other players.

Your rank is determined by how many trophies you have. The higher the rank of an opponent you defeat, the more trophies you’re  awarded. Conversely, the lower the rank of an opponent that you’re defeated by, the more trophies you lose.

Reaching the Mythic rank grants you access to global and local leaderboards, where you can compete against the best of the best in a battle to be recognized as one of the greatest Mythic Legends players in your region, or even in the whole world.

Ranks[]

There are 6 ranks, each of which is divided into tiers, and then the final Mythic rank, which is not divided into tiers. Players move up or down between tiers by earning (or losing) trophies. Players can only move up to a higher rank; never down to a lower one.

If and when you reach Mythic rank, you qualify for a place on the leaderboards, where you can compete for local or global top spots against the best Mythic Legends players in the world.

Rank Tier Trophies
Iron Iron IV

Iron III

Iron II

Iron I

Bronze Bronze IV

Bronze III

Bronze II

Bronze I

Silver Silver IV

Silver III

Silver II

Silver I

Gold Gold IV

Gold III

Gold II

Gold I

Platinum Platinum IV

Platinum III

Platinum II

Platinum I

Diamond Diamond IV

Diamond III

Diamond II

Diamond I

Mythic /


If you’re on the Gold, Platinum, Diamond or Mythic rank, and you’re inactive for more than 1 week, you gradually lose trophies, and can drop to a lower tier or lose leaderboard places.

This “inactivity penalty” doesn't affect Iron, Bronze, or Silver ranks.

Inactivity penalty

  • After 1 week of inactivity, you lose 100 trophies per day, up to a maximum of 500 trophies.
  • When returning to the game after an absence, you regain 100 trophies from each Ranked battle fought (regardless of whether you win or lose), so it takes 5 battles to regain the maximum number of trophies lost because of inactivity.

Seasons[]

In Ranked Mode, you collect trophies and progress through ranks for the duration of a season. When the season ends, all rankings are reset.

At the start of a new season, your starting rank is based on the rank you achieved during the previous season (see table below), so you don’t start each season from the lowest rank.

Previous season rank New season starting rank
Iron IV

Iron III

Iron II

Iron I

Iron IV
Bronze IV

Bronze III

Bronze II

Bronze I

Iron III
Silver IV

Silver III

Silver II

Silver I

Iron II

Iron II

Iron I

Iron I

Gold IV

Gold III

Gold II

Gold I

Bronze IV

Bronze III

Bronze II

Bronze I

Platinum IV

Platinum III

Platinum II

Platinum I

Silver IV

Silver III

Silver II

Silver I

Diamond IV

Diamond III

Diamond II

Diamond I

Gold IV

Gold III

Gold II

Gold I

Mythic Diamond IV


If you skip a season or seasons, then your starting rank next time you start a season is lowered by 2 ranks for every season you missed.

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