THE YOUR DESTINY GAUNTLET

The YOUR Destiny Gauntlet consists of the decks we recommend testing your tournament decks against before a competitive event.

Wherever applicable we have linked to an in-depth deck analysis of the Gauntlet deck. We currently only have a STANDARD format Gauntlet.

LAST UPDATED (November 5, 2019): The Gauntlet is continuously updated, when decks pop-up, fall out of favor or pick up in power level due to new cards arriving or cards disappearing due to rotation.

SPARK OF HOPE (POST WORLDS)

With the World Championship 2019 over and done with, we are now seeing an extremely open, some would claim too open, meta for the ongoing Prime and Grand Championship season. While YOUR meta might have some local variance, we believe these are the decks you should - as a minimum - be prepared for.


With CHOPPER DROIDS, in the capable hands of Andrew Rothermel, winning the World Championship, you are likely to be seeing this everywhere. It's probably the strongest of the Droid decks out there, but is seeing stern competition, both in terms of power level and popularity, by various iterations of villain support decks, whether in the guise of APHRA DROIDS, who is making a comeback into the upper echelons of competitive Destiny or 4-LOM based decks that are looking equally strong.

We also include two versions of the popular REYLO deck, one which includes No Mercy (aggro) and another that features more upgrades and mitigation (defensive), and while the two decks feature the same core, they do play out somewhat differently. Getting practice in against both is definitely recommended.

Mill decks are at a difficult spot in the meta, and although versions of C-3P0/eLor/Anakin has done well in testing, it looks like your best bet at the moment could be YODA/LEIA MILL, which Matt Phillips piloted to the top4 at Worlds. That result earns it a spot in the Gauntlet and although not yet prevalent in any way, you should always get your reps in against mill decks!

We've removed the Satine Droids deck from the Gauntlet and replaced it with the eSATINE/eLOR/GUNGAN/AR support deck. The decks are very similar, the former took a top64 spot at Worlds 2019 in the hands of Joe Colon aka HonestlySarcastc, while Mads Utzon took the latter to top32 and pound-for-pound it looks like the stronger pairing.

The PLOTH-WOKS deck currently look like your best bet if you want to succeed with a Swarm deck, but there's definitely room for improvement in the list. Anyone should learn how to handle the massive amount of damage that deck can spew out though. It's more questionable whether it will be a tournament winning deck or simply a gatekeeper.

PALPATINE retains a spot in the Gauntlet, and while the character pairing may vary, i.e. ePalp/Jabba or ePalp/eMotti/Admiral, we feel the PALP/JANGO pairing is the more flexible and offers several win conditions.

The last spot in the Gauntlet is occupied by RAINBOW THRAWN that recently took down a 40-man Prime Championship in the UK, skillfully piloted by David Payton, and while it's a VERY difficult deck to play, it does something uniquely powerful courtesy of Thrawn's ability and Power Action.


CREDITS: This is Andrew Rothermel of The Destiny Council's spicy Chopper Droids deck that won the World Championship 2019.

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CREDITS: This is Felipe Caballero's version of the Aphra Droids that recently won the Spanish Grand Championship 2019.

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CREDITS: This is Loke Andersen's "aggressive version" of the ReyLo deck that he took to top64 at the World Championship 2019.

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CREDITS: This is Zach Bunn of Team Covenant's "defensive version" of the ReyLo deck that he took to top32 at the World Championship 2019.

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CREDITS: This is Matt Phillips' Yoda/Leia deck that he piloted to top4 at World Championship 2019. It was one of only two mill decks making it into day 2 at Worlds.

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CREDITS: This is David Broberg aka Vika's 4-LOM deck that he piloted to the runner-up spot at World Championship 2019.

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CREDITS: This is a reworked version of Demetrio Bianchini's deck that originally won the Italian Grand Championship 2019.

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CREDITS: This is Mads Utzon's version of the Hero Rainbow Support/AR deck that he piloted to top32 at the World Championship 2019.

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CREDITS: This is Red_3's Palpatine/Jango deck that he took to top32 at World Championship 2019.

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CREDITS: David Payton took down a 40-man Prime Championship with this iteration of Rainbow Thrawn supports.

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SPARK OF HOPE (PRE-NERF)

OUTDATED

The Spark of Hope meta is looking to get solidified around a few core decks. After the conclusion of both the North American Championship 2019 at Gen Con and the European Championship 2019, we are definitely starting to see a much more defined meta. Be aware though that there are still decks out there to be discovered, and at the recent Paris Galactic Qualifier, a 4wide, eC-3P0/Aayla/Anakin/Youngling deck went 6-0, which might be worth looking into as well. With the rise of power of swarm decks we might see a return of a shield heavy meta favouring blue heroes that have been out in the cold for a while now.


APHRA DROIDS s is probably pretty set. There might be a few variations, but it should be pretty obvious what will be included in the core deck.

eVADER/BATTLE DROID is a leftover from the Convergence meta where it looked strong towards the end of the meta. It was suppressed by the dominance of 3wide Support decks, but with those widely expected to have difficulty retaining their dominant position in the meta, it might pave the way for a return of the Sith Lord now vying for a position as Admiral Vader.

We've separated the various Hero Droid decks into the three most popular iterations: HAN DROIDS, CHOPPER ALL DROIDS and SATINE DROID SUPPORTS. They've all done exceedingly well in testing as well as at both the North American Championship 2019 and European Championship 2019 and we expect them to keep pushing hard for a top position independently of how the meta otherwise develops.

The 6wide EWOK SWARM top of the world after going top of the North American Championship 2019, but has since seen quite a few decks expose some of its obvious weaknesses. Not a single Ewok deck made the top cut at the European Championship! The version published here is Mike Gemme's Gen Con winning deck!

eKYLO/eREY, ReyLO, could be the return of middle/middle decks and offers a plethora of powerful synergies. It's a "fair deck", which might be its weakness, but if you can get your boardstate right it can definitely go toe-to-toe with any deck in the format! There's also an ePoe2/eRey3 deck version that's looking strong. Matthew Ranks recently took ReyLo took the runner-up spot at US Grand Championship 2019 at NOVA.

JABBA 3WIDE SUPPORT decks look incredibly strong and took both the 1st and 2nd place at the European Championship 2019. It definitely looks like the deck to beat at the moment.

PALPATINE made a beautiful return at the US Grand Championship at NOVA 2019, with both a version partnering him with Watto and one partnering him with Conan Motti made it into the Top16! Both versions are strong and either could go into the Gauntlet. We've chosen ePalp/eMotti as it does something uniquely powerful with its Admiral plays that can all but end a game!

eIDEN/eGIDEON, the Inferno Squad, is NOT considered tier 1, but it is definitely worth testing against as it is a pure aggro deck that can pull some nasty tricks and deal plenty of damage to spike characters round 1.


CREDITS: This is a redevelopment of the popular Aphra Droids versions from the Convergence Meta. It was originally played with General Grievous.

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CREDITS: The eVader/Battle Droid pairing did reasonably well in the UK Grand Championship 2019 (Convergence meta) and still looks strong.

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CREDITS: This is Louis Mercier's version of the Han Droids and went 6-0 and 5-1 at the Standard events at the Galactic Qualifier in Paris (France).

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CREDITS: This version of the Satine Droids deck was piloted by Mads Utzon to a top4 spot at The European Championship. It's a bit more aggressive than your usual Satine Droids deck.

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CREDITS: This is the Chopper Droids deck that The Destiny Council piloted to two top4 placings at Gen Con 2019. Check out their analysis here!

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CREDITS: This is Mike Gemme's North American Championship deck that took down first place at the event!

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CREDITS: This is Matthew Ranks' version that he took to the runner-up spot at NOVA 2019. ReyLo is widely regarded as the strongest Middle/Middle deck around.

Our deck analysis will be available soon. Due to problems with the swdestinydb we cannot publish the deck there!

CREDITS: This is Tony Franco's version that took down the European Championship 2019! It ramps hard and can take on all comers!

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CREDITS: Jonathan Ruland piloted Admiral Palpatine to the Top 4 at NOVA 2019 and it can definitely go toe-to-toe with most!

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CREDITS: The so-called Inferno Squad deck is a fast paced aggro deck. It's not tier1, but is uniquely powerful and definitely worth testing against.

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CONVERGENCE

OUTDATED

Following the first premier event, the Galactic Qualifiers in Milton Keynes and Denver, as well as some weeks of further play testing, we've started the process of establishing what will be the Gauntlet for Standard Format in Destiny.

Padmé Amidala - Resolute Senator is looking to be a force to be reckoned with for those wanting to go fast and aggro, whether teaming up with Yoda/Armored Reinforcement or Leia3, while Snoke continues his run as arguably the strongest support character in the game! 3wide rainbow definitely looks to be where you want to be at if you want to stay competitive, and the unholy trinity of Vader's Fist, Megablaster Troopers and Entourage are everywhere!

Palpatine - Unlimited Power edges himself into the Gauntlet due to his high ceiling, but he doesn't feel like a staple tier1 deck, whether you pair him with Watto (blue/yellow) or Wat Tambor (blue/red), anyone expecting to go to the top of the charts at any event should get test games in against him though as he'll show up in force.

It's still a bit uncertain where mill is going to be in the Convergence meta, but looking at the last couple of metas, it will definitely show up at top tables and in the hands of top players you are likely to still see either 2wide or 3wide mill rip apart their opposition. We've opted for the 6dice Lor San Tekka  to represent the archetype, but it might as well be a new iteration of eLeia2/eLando, eYoda/eLeia2, eYoda/Anakin/Cassian or eLeia2/Temple Guard/Anakin.

We've included a monored hero deck, eKes/eRex in the Gauntlet and while it's not a tier 1 in its own right, it does something uniquely powerful and we do recommend that you test your deck against it (or against a similar style of deck!).

There are currently no FAT Vehicle decks in the Gauntlet although they probably still have a place in the meta. They are however nowhere near as strong as in the Across the Galaxy meta, and the fear of Vandalize might push players towards heavier FAT vehicles such as the indomitable Millenium Falcon.


CREDITS: This deck was piloted by Scott MacDonald to a 6-0 record at the GQ in Milton Keynes. It's one of the most popular decks around!

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CREDITS: This deck was piloted to the Gothenburg Regional win by Adam Länsberg! It is a high performing support deck aiming at abusing Wat Tambor's PA.

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CREDITS: This deck is deceptively strong and was amongst other results piloted by George Barnes to a 6-0 finish at the GQ in Milton Keynes.

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CREDITS: Louis Mercier has racked up an incredible win rate with this deck. We currently believe it to be the strongest mill deck in the format!

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CREDITS: This character pairing has already been heralded as one to keep an eye out for. This version has been made by Magnús Gunnlaugsson.

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CREDITS: There are plenty of Palpatine decks around. This version was piloted by Rob Percival to a 5-1 finish at the GQ in Milton Keynes.

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CREDITS: This deck was piloted by DHaus of the Jedi Trials to a 21player tournament win! It's not the strongest deck in the format, but does something unique.

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CREDITS: There are plenty of Captain Phasma pairings out there! This is a version that we believe to be the strongest of them!

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ACROSS THE GALAXY

OUTDATED

This is the newest version of the Gauntlet, and has been valid since mid-December, 2018. The major tournaments of this period, and the main bulk of data that has been used to compile the Gauntlet, has been the Regional Championship season. The newest Holocron and Rules Reference 1.8 has affected the Gauntlet significantly. The current meta looks like it's favoring 2character aggro decks and 3wide FAT Vehicle decks.

Similarly, there are a lot of different iterations of an archetype, i.e. 3wide FAT Shadow Caster or 2wide FAT Firespray, where we've included only one version of this particular archetype. We recommend you consider this when doing your testing in preparation for a major tournament. We have included the 2wide FAT Falcon deck because we think it does something uniquely powerful and you should be prepared for it.

The eYoda/QGJ2/Bitter Rivalry deck replaces eYoda/eLuke3, but could be one or the other. We'd also recommend testing versus eAayla/eFisto, which looks like a strong monoblue hero middle/middle deck.

We've included the eHan3/eQi'Ra deck as an example of a hard hitting Ranged aggro deck. This could also be a red/yellow aggro deck, i.e. ePoe2/eHan3 or Jyn2/Cassian deck. You can test against either.

Mill decks look like they are making a comeback in the current format! eYoda/eLeia2 replaces eLei2/eLando2 in the Gauntlet, while eYoda/Cassian/Anakin is also showing up in the top cuts!


CREDITS: This is the deck that was piloted by Andrew Rothermel of The Destiny Council and won the Fargo Regionals.

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CREDITS: This is the deck that was piloted by Jack Broomell of The Golden Dice Podcast to a second place at the Connecticut Regionals.

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CREDITS: This deck was piloted by Dustin Wilson and took down the North Carolina Regionals.

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CREDITS: This is the version of the deck that made top8 at the Czech Nationals 2018.

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CREDITS: This is our reworked version of the pre-nerf deck that took down several Regionals as well as Nationals.

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CREDITS: This deck is based on the version of the deck that larki piloted to a top4 placement at the Czech Nationals 2018.

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CREDITS: This deck was piloted by Menion Kroll aka runningonion to a Regional win in Virginia. Other similar versions have taken top spots as well!

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CREDITS: This deck is made by Mads Utzon and is his suggestion for the best middle-middle deck in the game. The character pairing hasn't been dominating the meta, but is doing reasonably well.

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WAY OF THE FORCE

OUTDATED

This is Way of the Force version of the Gauntlet, and has been valid since July 5, 2018 (up until the release of Across the Galaxy in November 2018). The major tournaments of this period, and the main bulk of data that has been used to compile the Gauntlet, has been the Store Championship season 2018 and the North American Championship 2018. The current meta looks extremely diverse, and quite a few decks could be included in the list, but for the sake of simplicity, we consider some decks so similar to other decks already present in the Gauntlet, i.e. Yoda/Cassian vs. Poe/Cassian, that only one of the decks have been included. Similarly, there are a lot of different iterations of an archetype, i.e. 3wide or 4wide hero vehicle decks, that we've included only one version of this particular archetype. We recommend you consider this when doing your testing in preparation for a major tournament. Monoblue heroes are represented with Plo Koon/Padawans, and although it is extremely vulnerable to the ever so popular Kylo Ren, we do feel it does something uniquely powerful, whereas none of the 2 character monoblue hero decks, i.e. Luke3/Rey2, have made the cut due to the same vulnerability.


CREDITS: This is the deck that was piloted by Andrew Cox and won the North American Championship 2018. It is designed by the Hyperloops team.

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CREDITS: This is one of many versions of one of the most poular decks in the Way of the Force meta. This version is featured in our article on this website.

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CREDITS: This version of the Kylo/Snoke deck is featured in our article on this website. It has been thoroughly tested and took down a couple of Store Championships.

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CREDITS: This version of the Talzin/Mandalorians deck was piloted by Jordan McClure and took 2nd place at the North American Championship 2018.

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CREDITS: This version of the deck was designed and piloted by Brian Lindbergh from the Destiny Council and was in top16 at the North American Championship 2018.

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CREDITS: This is the version that was piloted by Lake Quittmeyer to Top16 at US Nationals 2018, and is an alternative to Greg Pike's version that won UK Nationals 2018.

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CREDITS: This is the deck that Nick Cuenca from the Hyperloops took to top4 at US Nationals 2018.

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CREDITS: There are a loads of 3wide and 4wide hero vehicle decks available. This is an archetype and designed by Mads Utzon. It could in reality be any 3wide vehicle deck you test against!

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CREDITS: This version of the Doctor Aphra vehicles deck was piloted by Nicolas Cuenca of the Hyperloops to a top4 in the North American Championship. Find his own tournament report here.

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CREDITS: This is Eric Wainright's version of the Plo Koon/Padawans deck and was drafted for the article on the our website.

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CREDITS: This is a reworked version of the Thrawn/Snoke vehicles deck w/o Grand Moff which has done quite well in our testings.

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CREDITS: While this is not one of the most powerful decks in the format, it is included because it plays out uniquely (ab)using Cad Bane's ability.

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LEGACIES

OUTDATED

This Gauntlet was valid until July 5, 2018, but is now OUTDATED! The major tournaments of this Gauntlet were the Regional Season 2018, Worlds 2018 and the European Championship 2018. All of the below decks are now considered archived and have been replaced by the decks in the "Way of the Force Gauntlet". Some of the decks could still be considered worth testing against, while others are no longer valid decks, i.e. Rey2/Aayla, due to changes in the rules/holocrons.

CREDITS: This is Joe Colon aka HonestlySarcastc of TheHyperloops version of the Drive-by-Shooting deck, that he designed and piloted to a top4 finish at WORLDS 2018.

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CREDITS: This version of the Boba/Seventh was piloted to a top8 finish at WORLDS 2018 by Matei Dragne. There are several versions of the deck out there (see the deck analysis).

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CREDITS: This version of the Rey2/Aayla was piloted to a top2 finish at WORLDS 2018 by Mads Utzon, co-host of the YOUR Destiny Podcast. This version is a modified version of Mike Gemme's of theHyperloops.

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CREDITS: This version of the Kylo2/Anakin was the deck that won Edwin Chen the 2018 World Champiosnhip. Edwin has already done multiple interviews and write-ups on his deck. The best one is the piece he did for TheHyperloops.

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CREDITS: This is Dimitris Papadogeorgopopoulos' version of the popular Obi/Maz deck. There are several versions worth trying out, but this is our favorite.

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CREDITS: The featured version here is Jonathan Magnuson's version which he took to 17th place at Worlds 2018. You can read his article on the deck here.

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