Prism Edges Closer To Living Legend Status After July Leaderboard Update

The Light Illusionist hero is only two points from crossing the Living Legend threshold

Prism, Sculptor of Arc Light illustrated by Livia Prima

Legend Story Studios (LSS) updated the Flesh and Blood Living Legend leaderboard following the Calling Utrecht, a plethora of Battle Hardened events around the globe, and the Road to Nationals season.

The Classic Constructed metagame has shifted after the release of Uprising, with Fai, Rising Rebellion rising in the ranks of Living Legend points. Despite only being legal for not even a month yet, the Draconic Ninja has already amassed 184 Living Legend points and has passed eight other heroes, including one that has been out since the game started with Welcome to Rathe.

The real standout, however, is Prism, Sculptor of Arc Light. The Light Illusionist hero is at the precipice of retirement, only needing two more points to cross the threshold to Living Legend status. It is as close to a lock as possible that Prism will become a Living Legend and rotate from Classic Constructed on the scheduled Banned & Suspended announcement on August 30. Unless an unannounced B&S update happens within a week or so, Prism’s last hurrah will be Pro Tour Lille on August 26-28.

Check out the Living Legend leaderboard for Classic Constructed below:

RankHeroLiving Legend Points
LL Bravo, Star of the Show1,582
LLChane, Bound by Shadow1,102
1Prism, Sculptor of Arc Light998
2Briar, Warden of Thorns642
3Viserai, Rune Blood382
4Katsu, the Wanderer346
5Bravo, Showstopper228
6Oldhim, Grandfather of Eternity218
7Dorinthea Ironsong194
8Dash, Inventor Extraordinaire192
9Fai, Rising Rebellion184
10Lexi, Livewire182
11Ser Boltyn, Breaker of Dawn160
12Rhinar, Reckless Rampage50
13Kano, Dracai of Aether48
14Dromai, Ash Artist28
15Levia, Shadowborn Abomination20
16Iyslander, Stormbind12
17Azalea, Ace in the Hole0

With the next B&S set for August 30, a new meta will shape up for the National Championships scheduled for September 10-25. While Prism will almost certainly be missing from the format for those events, it is possible that Briar, Warden of Thorns could reach Living Legend if the Elemental Runeblade wins the Pro Tour and the Calling in Lille along with a handful of other events in August. The Pro Tour awards 200 points to for the winning hero and the Calling gives 100 points. If Briar somehow wins both events, only 58 points will be needed to retire the Tales of Aria hero. Briar is one of the top three or four heroes in the current meta, so it is an outcome to monitor in this month’s slate of organized play action.

See all the Living Legend information for Classic Constructed and Blitz on the official LSS page.