Prism, Sculptor Of Arc Light Reaches Living Legend

Third hero reaches Living Legend after winning the Calling in Lille

Prism, Sculptor of Arc Light illustrated by Livia Prima

Legend Story Studios (LSS) posted a scheduled Banned & Suspended update for Flesh and Blood today, noting that Prism, Sculptor of Arc Light and Luminaris reached Living Legend status following Pro Tour Lille.

Prism was just two points shy from hitting Living Legend after the July 26 update to the Banned & Suspended list, but crossed the threshold this weekend by winning the Calling in Lille in the hands of Joris Verhelst. By surpassing 1,000 points, Prism and her weapon, Luminaris, are no longer legal in Classic Constructed. Prism is the third hero to reach Living Legend status.

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
LLPrism, Sculptor of Arc Light1,098
1Briar, Warden of Thorns842
2Viserai, Rune Blood412
3Katsu, the Wanderer346
4Dash, Inventor Extraordinaire292
5Bravo, Showstopper228
6Oldhim, Grandfather of Eternity218
7Dorinthea Ironsong194
8Fai, Rising Rebellion188
9Lexi, Livewire182
10Ser Boltyn, Breaker of Dawn160
11Rhinar, Reckless Rampage50
12Kano, Dracai of Aether48
13Iyslander, Stormbind42
14Dromai, Ash Artist32
15Levia, Shadowborn Abomination20
16Azalea, Ace in the Hole0

Briar, Warden of Thorns is now next in line for retirement after Matthew Foulkes won Pro Tour Lille with the Elemental Runeblade hero. The Pro Tour win gave Briar 200 more points as she climbs up 842 heading into Nationals season.

The article states that Classic Constructed will be undergoing one of the biggest shifts in the history of the game as Prism leaves the format. The format could drastically change, but LSS is keeping an eye on Briar after she took all four spots in the Pro Tour Top 4. If Briar dominates Nationals season and doesn’t reach Living Legend status, LSS “will not hesitate to take action” before the World Championship in early November.

Blitz Updates

Almost nothing changes in Blitz as Stir the Aetherwind and Snapback shift from suspended to banned. Crown of Seeds and Sonata Arcanix remain suspended. Crown of Seeds will come off the suspended list when Oldhim reaches Living Legend and Sonata Arcanix will be reconsidered in the next B&S update.

The next scheduled banned and suspended announcement is set for October 3 following Nationals season and a month before Worlds.

Read the official announcement from LSS.