Hello everyone. I want to start off this week's list with a BIG announcement regarding the PAD blog and myself:
Due to some recent unfortunate events in my personal life, I will be be disconnecting from the world and re-discovering myself in life. That sounded super cliche and emo, but it is the best and the most I can describe my current situation without writing a huge wall of text and derailing from this week's Aggregate list.
What does this mean for the blog and the tier list? I plan to return in a month: in late September or maybe up to early October. In the meantime, there will likely be no posts here in this PAD blog. If I do come back early, I will immediately update the Aggregate list and shout on r/PAD.
Thank you for your support! I will see you guys in a month. Enjoy!
Well, the Ginchiyo/Ameno controversy is (finally) solved. Game8 decided to kick Ginchiyo, amongst other cards, out of their tier list, and Sqool upgraded Ameno to S. That was enough for the two cards to switch positions on the Aggregate Tier list.
Fire Myr finally makes it on with ninja-upgrades to her from Sqool, Either that or I think I might've missed putting Fire Myr on Tier 4 from last time. My apologies.
Ra Dragon and Uruka (along with Ginchiyo) got kicked off of Game8's list hence the drop in their Aggregate placement. In my opinion, these leads still work but has seen significantly less plays since around the intro of Yog (or even earlier).
Ginchiyo and Uruka got a little stale in the current meta, so they got booted off the list. Ra Dragon is still pretty good even though it's getting a lot less plays these days. Though the trend is that color leads pale in comparison to combo leads. They receive very similar multipliers, but combo is easier to pull off and more versatile. Which is why the combo version of Roots got added.
This list finally had adjustments to the MP cards (LheraDra/Fire Myr), as well as the well-deserved raise of Amenominakanushi.