Legends:Versus Arena

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Versus Arena is an arena mode in The Elder Scrolls: Legends. Versus Arena consists of several consecutive matches against other players. Rather than using one of the your already-constructed decks, you choose one of three offered classes to play as, and will given a selection of cards within that class to build a 30-card deck from, which will last only through the remainder of the arena.

Rewards from the Area are greater than the rewards earned in the campaign and Battle modes, and may include legendary cards or multiple card packs.

Solo and Versus Arena modes both have a rank systems independent of the other, though the progression and naming scheme are identical.


An image of the versus arena menu, showing loss runes on the right of the player's avatar.

As with the Solo Arena, every time you earn a rank, you earn a promotion reward of fifty gold.[verification needed — see talk page]

You earn a rank every time[verification needed — see talk page] you reach the final opponent.

A list of ranks follows [verification needed — Ranking system seems to follow the one used from Oblivion's Arena, can anyone confirm they are identical?]:

  1. Pit Dog
  2. Brawler
  3. Bloodletter
  4. Myrmidon
  5. Warrior
  6. Gladiator
  7. Hero
  8. Champion
  9. Grand Champion


In Versus Arena, you face off against other players. The Versus Arena consists of seven matches[verification needed — see talk page], and you can lose only three times.

When you enter the Arena, you will be faced with a counter featuring a hooded figure. Every time you win a match, an image of a coin is placed on the left of the hooded figure's token[verification needed — see talk page], and another win is added to your win counter. Every time you lose, a rune is placed on the right of your token.

Versus Arena is one of the only ways to encounter certain Lanes.