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Ranked is a play mode and the main game mode in The Elder Scrolls: Legends. It consists of a single match using pre-constructed decks against another player of similar rank to you. Ranks are gained through a constellation system. You gain a star when you win a match, and from The Mage onward, lose one when you lose a match. If you lose the first star of your constellation, you will be shown two stars of The Serpent constellation, though this will not appear to other players. With the exception of the final rank ("Legend"), all ranks are named after constellations in lore. The ranks are numbered, starting with at twelve and ascending as the rank numbers decrease:

Ranks Under Loss Protection[edit]

  • The Ritual (12) - (?) stars.
  • The Lover (11) - (?) stars.

Ranks Without Loss Protection[edit]

  • The Lord (10) - (?) stars.
  • The Mage (9) - (?) stars. Milestone rank.
  • The Shadow (8) - 5 stars.
  • The Steed (7) - 5 stars.
  • The Apprentice (6) - 5 stars.
  • The Warrior (5) - 7 stars. Milestone rank.
  • The Lady (4) - (?) stars.
  • The Tower (3) - (?) stars.
  • The Atronach (2) - (?) stars.
  • The Thief (1) - (?) stars. Milestone rank.
  • Legend - (?)

If you lose the first star in a constellation, you will be placed under the Serpent, which "welcomes the unlucky." The serpent has one star to lose and one permanent star.


Reaching each 'Milestone' rank will earn you a monthly card when the current 'season', or month, ends.

Reaching ranks beyond each milestone will mean you are reset to that milestone when the next season starts, accelerating your progress in the next season. This means if you reach Legend in one month but do not participate in ranked for the next two months, you will start at The Mage in the following month.