The second Grandmasters season of 2021 continued with Week 4 last weekend as 48 players continued their quest of gathering enough points to reach the Playoffs. You can re-live the action with our spoiler-free post below.

Finalists' Decklists

These were the players that reached the final in each region and the decks they brought for this week.

Finalists' Decklists







Bankyugi's Decks

GivePLZ's Decks

Felkeine's Decks

Frenetic's Decks

DreadEye's Decks

Monsanto's Decks


Here are the links to individual match VoDs in spoilers below.

Day 1 - Initial Group Decider Matches

Day 1 Match VoDs

———- Asia-Pacific ———-

  • Group A Decider - okasinnsuke vs AlanC86: VoD
  • Group B Decider - GivePLZ vs Shaxy: VoD
  • Group C Decider - Bankyugi vs blitzchung: VoD
  • Group D Decider - trahison vs Surrender: VoD

———- Europe ———-

  • Group A Decider - xBlyzes vs Floki: VoD
  • Group B Decider - Bozzzton vs Leta: VoD
  • Group C Decider - Casie vs Rdu: VoD
  • Group D Decider - Thijs vs Bunnyhoppor: VoD

———- Americas ———-

  • Group A Decider - killinallday vs Fr0zen: VoD
  • Group B Decider - CaelesLuna vs McBanterFace: VoD
  • Group C Decider - Eddie vs DreadEye: VoD
  • Group D Decider - Rami94 vs Monsanto: VoD

Day 2 - Quarterfinals

The spoiler below uses results from Day 1 games in naming matchups, so watch those first if you want no spoilers!

Day 2 Match VoDs

———- Asia-Pacific ———-

  • Quarterfinal 1 - glory vs GivePLZ: VoD
  • Quarterfinal 2 - posesi vs Surrender: VoD
  • Quarterfinal 3 - grr vs okasinnsuke: VoD
  • Quarterfinal 4 - Alutemu vs Bankyugi: VoD

———- Europe ———-

  • Quarterfinal 1 - Frenetic vs Casie: VoD
  • Quarterfinal 2 - Felkeine vs Bunnyhoppor: VoD
  • Quarterfinal 3 - Seiko vs Floki: VoD
  • Quarterfinal 4 - Gaby vs Leta: VoD

———- Americas ———-

  • Quarterfinal 1 - DimitriKazov vs McBanterFace: VoD
  • Quarterfinal 2 - languagehacker vs Monsanto: VoD
  • Quarterfinal 3 - Fled vs killinallday: VoD
  • Quarterfinal 4 - NoHandsGamer vs DreadEye: VoD

Day 3 - Semifinals and Finals

Day 3 Match VoDs

  • Asia-Pacific Semifinal 1: VoD
  • Asia-Pacific Semifinal 2: VoD
  • Asia-Pacific Finals: VoD
  • Europe Semifinal 1: VoD
  • Europe Semifinal 2: VoD
  • Europe Finals: VoD
  • Americas Semifinal 1: VoD
  • Americas Semifinal 2: VoD
  • Americas Finals: VoD


The results in full, including the preceding off-stream games, can be found here.

Asia-Pacific Top 8 Results

Europe Top 8 Results

Americas Top 8 Results


No major surprises on the decks brought for this week's matches. Rogue and Warlock were the top 2 in all regions whereas Paladin saw no play this week either. Additionally, Europeans didn't bring any Warriors and Americas saw no Hunters. In APAC, Warrior, Hunter, and perhaps surprisingly Mage saw only one pick each.

Result-based Discussion

In APAC, Bankyugi brought the only Control Priest of the week and was rewarded for it as he managed to progress all the way to the final before getting reverse-swept by GivePLZ's Shadow Priest (which was far from the only Shadow Priest sweep of the weekend). In Europe the final was between the polar opposites of the Week 3 standings as Frenetic, who is having a rather impressive season (helped by the extra 5 points from his Season 1 victory), and the struggling Felkeine faced each other. The latter managed to win and secure the important extra point with which Felkeine climbed out of the immediate danger zone. In Americas the final was between the Week 2 winner Monsanto and Week 3 winner DreadEye. Even though DreadEye eventually lost to the Canadian, who has now won both Last Hero Standing weeks so far, both players can almost start thinking about Playoffs already with the strong lead they have over the other players.




The winners of Week 4.

Lastly, let's take another glimpse at the points standings of this season.

okasinnsuke9Bunnyhoppor93 players8
3 players52 players5Eggowaffle4

*The winners of Season 1 start with extra 5 points this season. **Retiring at the end of the season.

You can find the full standings on the official tournament site (not yet updated with Week 4 results at the time of writing).

Grandmasters' format will switch back to Conquest next week. Don't forget to tune in!