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Expanded 2019-2020 Star Wars: Destiny Prime Results – Week 2 Update

Written by Bill Yankosky (aka Yodaman)

The 2019-2020 Star Wars Destiny Prime Season is underway! Through the first two weeks, a wide variety of character teams have done well. During the last Regional season, I Rebel was kind enough to let me contribute articles each week about the events and I am fortunate enough to have the opportunity to do so again for this Prime season. With Worlds coming up this week, it’s time to summarize the results from the first 2 weeks or Prime season and see where things stand.

As of Sunday, October 13, 2019, 15 Prime results have been reported and all have taken place since the most recent rules update. Both eKylo3/eRey3eRey3/Temporary Truce and e4-LOM/Grievous3/Messenger are tied with the most wins at 3 each. It’s no real surprise to see the “Reylo” decks doing well since they were one of the few main meta decks that had done well before the recent update which was not affected by the changes. However, seeing 4-LOM and Grievous3 show up in winning decks seems to be a good sign going forward.

Winning Decks

As reported already by JediGeekGirl in her weekly Prime update, here are all the character teams who have won Primes during the first 2 weeks of the season along with their total number of wins and the percentage of Primes each has won.

Quick Summary

  • 3/15 Primes (20%) were won by eKylo3/eRey3/Temporary Truce decks and 3/15 (20%) were won by e4-LOM/Grievous3/Messenger decks.
  • Only 1 other character team has won multiple Primes.
  • 10 different teams total won at least 1 Prime.

Full Chart of all Winning Teams

Team

Prime Wins

Total % of Prime Wins

e4-LOM/Grievous3/Messenger

3

20%

eKylo3/eRey3/Temporary

3

20%

eChopper/eC-3PO/R2-D2

2

13.33%

eC3PO/R2/Han4/Fateful

1

6.67%

eChopper/R2-D2/C-3PO/Fateful

1

6.67%

eGrievous3/Aphra/Messenger

1

6.67%

eJango2/Palp3/LSMastery

1

6.67%

ePalp3/eWatto

1

6.67%

ePalp3/Jabba3/LSMastery

1

6.67%

Plo/Chirpa/Ewok/Hoth

1

6.67%

FINALIST DECKS

Quick Summary

  • 6/30 Prime finalists (20%) were eKylo3/eRey3/Temporary Truce decks.
  • 7 other teams were multiple time finalists.
  • 16 different teams total made at least 1 final.

Full Chart of all Finalist teams

Team

Finals Appearances

Total % of Finalists

eKylo3/eRey3/Temporary

6

20%

e4-LOM/Grievous3/Messenger

4

13.33%

eChopper/eC-3PO/R2-D2

2

6.67%

eChopper/R2-D2/C-3PO/Fateful

2

6.67%

eGrievous3/Aphra/Messenger

2

6.67%

eKylo2/ePhasma2

2

6.67%

ePalp3/eWatto

2

6.67%

Plo/Chirpa/Ewok/Hoth

2

6.67%

eC3PO/R2/Han3/Fateful

1

3.33%

eJabba3/Wat/Messenger

1

3.33%

eJango2/Palp3/LSMastery

1

3.33%

eMaul2/Marauder/Order 66

1

3.33%

ePalp3/eMotti

1

3.33%

ePalp3/Jabba3/LSMastery

1

3.33%

eSatine/R2-D2/C-3PO/Armored

1

3.33%

eVader3/Greedo

1

3.33%

TOP 4 DECKS

Quick Summary

  • 11/60 Prime Top 4 decks (18.33%) were eKylo3/eRey3/Temporary Truce decks.
  • 9 other teams made multiple top 4 appearances.
  • 24 different teams total made at least 1 Top 4 appearance.

Full chart of all Top 4 teams

Team

Top 4 Appearances

Total % of All Top 4

eKylo3/eRey3/Temporary

11

18.33%

ePalp3/eWatto

6

10%

eChopper/eC-3PO/R2-D2

5

8.33%

e4-LOM/Grievous3/Messenger

4

6.67%

eC3PO/R2/Han3/Fateful

4

6.67%

eChopper/R2-D2/C-3PO/Fateful

4

6.67%

eGrievous3/Aphra/Messenger

4

6.67%

Plo/Chirpa/Ewok/Hoth

4

6.67%

eKylo2/ePhasma2

2

3.33%

eSatine/R2-D2/C-3PO/Armored

2

3.33%

e4-LOM/eZuckuss/Any Means

1

1.67%

eIden/eBeckett

1

1.67%

eJabba3/Wat/Messenger

1

1.67%

eJango2/Palp3/LSMastery

1

1.67%

eMace2/eSatine/Built

1

1.67%

eMaul2/Marauder/Order 66

1

1.67%

eMother/Phasma2/Commando

1

1.67%

ePalp3/eMotti

1

1.67%

ePalp3/Jabb3/LSMastery

1

1.67%

ePhasma3/Messenger/Retribution

1

1.67%

ePoe2/eAayla/Armored

1

1.67%

eSatine/R2-D2/C-3PO/Fateful

1

1.67%

eVader3/Greedo

1

1.67%

Plo/Chirpa/Hoth/Hoth/Bitter

1

1.67%

Thanks again to I Rebel for giving me the opportunity to share this expanded data. Also, thanks to everyone who took the time to look over the numbers. It’s much appreciated.

May the Force (and dice rolls) be with you!

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