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Crunching numbers from HexTCG since Herofall!
Constructed / Immortal
Which decks are currently dominating the Constructed Ladder meta? See the decks that you can expect to face in your ranked matches, as well as the variants of those decks that have been spotted. (Standard Constructed only)
Wonder what your opponent had in his deck? Look at the complete Ladder history right after your match and peek at his deck and reserves, or look at every single deck that's ever been played in the Ladder or in Immortal.
See how each card performs in draft, sealed and evo sealed, compared to all other cards in the same format.
See which shard combinations, archetypes and champions are being played the most and their respective success rate in draft, sealed and evo sealed.
Review entire gauntlet runs and draft pods.
All the data aggregated on this site is cool and all when you have time to browse through it, but did you ever wish that you could query it all quickly while you were drafting? That's where the Draft Assistant comes into play. This tool will keep track of everything that happens during the draft portion of the gauntlet and dig through the data in real time to show you what you need to know to make the best picks.
With so many gauntlet runs, how can you figure out which ones are yours? A simple configuration is all you need to get the list of all your runs and track your cumulative record.
How are packs built? Can you figure out which card your neighbor picked based on those that remain? Print runs will tell you so you can get an edge in your drafts. Or it will just satisfy your curiosity.
As of set 6 (Scars of War), packs are no longer generated using print runs.
Just how active is PvP these days? Look at trends from the constructed ladder, limited gauntlets, and auction house activity.
Have a look at the content of a pack from the several tens of thousands that have been opened by players everywhere.
If you wish to analyze the data yourself but cannot setup a server to listen to the server API feed, you can download a dump of all the raw data (on a per-day basis).
See all statistics related to any single card.
I develop and maintain Hex PvP Tools in an attempt to level the playing field and make sure everybody has access to the same amount of information. All the data displayed here is publically available thanks to Chris Woods' server API, however, accessing that data requires someone with the technical know-how to jump through hoops, creating an artificial barrier where some people might have access to more data than some other. Hex PvP Tools is an attempt to propagate all that information to everybody rather than only those who can setup a listening server.
If you think of a way to display the data that would benefit you or the community, feel free to contact me, and I will do my best effort to add it for the benefit of all.
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