PvP Rank

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PvP Rank is a measurement of a player's account wide experience in structured PvP. Rank is increased by accumulating rank points.

Rank requirements[edit]

Symbol Rank range Rank Point.png Rank points required Total
Rabbit rank.png
Rank 1 0 0
Ranks 2-5 500 2000
Ranks 6-8 1500 6500
Rank 9 4000 10500
Deer rank.png
Ranks 10-18 4000 46500
Rank 19 7500 54000
Dolyak rank.png
Ranks 20-28 7500 121500
Rank 29 15000 136500
Wolf rank.png
Ranks 30-38 15000 271500
Rank 39 20000 291500
Tiger rank.png
Ranks 40-49 20000 491500
Bear rank.png
Ranks 50-59 20000 691500
Shark rank.png
Ranks 60-69 20000 891500
Phoenix rank.png
Ranks 70-79 20000 1091500
Dragon rank.png
Rank 80 20000 1111500

Earning rank points[edit]

Rank points are earned at the end of a match and are based on whether your team won or lost. You may get fewer points if you join an already running match, or if you score too few personal points. Additionally, being auto-balanced provides you with an additional 25 rank points, and each top-stat you earn gives you another 5.

Match type Rank Point.png Rank points per win Rank Point.png Rank points per loss
Custom Arena 500 200
Unranked Arena 1,500 500
Ranked Arena 1,500 500

Rank rewards[edit]

Whenever an account reaches a new PvP Rank, the player receives a rank-up chest based on the rank earned.

Rank Rank-up chest rewarded
1-9 Small Rank-Up Chest.png Small Rank-Up Chest
10-29 Small Rank-Up Chest.png Medium Rank-Up Chest
30-80 Small Rank-Up Chest.png Large Rank-Up Chest

For every 10 ranks earned a new finisher is unlocked for the account. This can also be displayed through the /rank command anywhere except for inside a WvW battleground, Underwater or during a structured PvP match.

PvP rank emote[edit]


  • In the December PvP update, the command /rank was updated to allow /rank [rank_level] to show any unlocked rank finisher. (e.g. /rank 43 spawns the tiger rank finisher if it is unlocked in the account).
  • An ArenaNet developer was seen with Rank 205 on a test server during a livestream.
  • Until April 15, 2014 the highest verified rank a player had achieved was Phoenix (70-79). The update changed the ranking system and many players were promoted to Dragon (80)