2016 WTC List Statistics.

All the lists are in and have been checked!  They are currently undergoing formatting to be put online to the public. In the meantime, to whet your appetite, enjoy these statistics, courtesy of Julien Rieant of France, one of our fine referees.


Overall Faction Divide


Cygnar Warcasters


Menoth Warcasters


Khador Warcasters


Cryx Warcasters


Merc Warcasters


Retribution Warcasters


Convergence Warcasters


Trollbloods Warlocks


Circle Warlocks


Skorne Warlocks


Legion Warlocks


Minions Warlocks

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19 Responses to 2016 WTC List Statistics.

  1. Reblogged this on Mangled Metal Tactics and commented:
    Drum roll please for the list at the 2016 WTC…

  2. Steven says:

    The legends do not show all the armies or casters

  3. ResurrectioN says:

    Overall faction divide has 9 labels and 12 pie pieces.

  4. Daniel Nelson says:

    Think the faction break down is missing circle

  5. Luebbi says:

    Thanks for these! The first graphic cuts off some of the Factions, though… mainly the top ones. Can you fix that please?

  6. Sorry for the cutoff legend. Continuing in clockwise fashion, the unlabelled factions are PoM, Khador, and Circle.

  7. Justin says:

    Is there any way you can increase the variance on the colors used in the charts, a lot of them are reaaaally hard to differentiate.

  8. Patrick says:

    Could we perhaps get the warcasters sorted from largest to smallest? Would make reading them a lot easier…

  9. Ian Pinsker says:

    The PoM entry isn’t filled out either.

  10. Duck says:

    Those charts need better color disparity, it’s really hard to read.

  11. Mike Malarowski says:

    25/26 (?) (extrapolated numbers) Trolls with Madrak2. Seems balanced. 😉

  12. Sean Stevens says:

    Having no numbers against the actual names makes these graphs incredibly hard to decipher.
    If you had the % next to the faction name and caster names, these graphs would actually be useful.

    Also the colour disparity is horrible.

    • The community now has access to the raw data, accessed via the link in the more recent post. Feel free to recreate the information in the way you think best and share it with all of us.

  13. potatoes says:

    Wonderful, what a website it is! This website provides valuable facts to us, keep it up.

  14. Dev Null says:

    In previous years, we’ve been able to query the lists database directly here: http://wmh-wtc.com/query.php any chance that’s going to eventually work again this year?

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