Hey guys, I’m bored so I decided to share the ultimate tier list with you.
This tier list is from a Taiwanese forum. I will try to translate this as best as possible, using my mediocre Chinese and good old Google translate. If you spot any mistakes, please let me know.
- Mostly 5-star girls with the potential to reach 10 stars will be discussed. All the other girls are used as fodder in graduation. Only transfer 1 & 2 star girls, since you might need 3-star girls and up in graduation.
- Light and Dark type girls are very strong but very hard to get, thus getting them to 10 stars will take you a while. We will not talk about them here.
- Both 9 and 10-star girls can be used as high-quality fodder, so don’t worry if you have invested a lot in a low-tier girl as she can be used as fodder for later stages of graduation.
- The original author used a scale of 0-5, with 5 being top tier.
- This list should not prevent you from investing in any girl you like, it is merely for reference. Remember to have fun, nothing is set in stone, if there is a girl you particularly enjoy, then by all means raise her up!
Explanation: Used to be the only Ghost Priest with the highest freezing rate. She cannot be graduated to 10 stars and therefore is only used as fodder.
Explanation: Is not that good prior to 10 stars. She has a useful petrify skill and lowers the dodge of front line enemies while raising hit rate for allies. In PvP however she tends to be too slow, so she will get CC’ed herself before she gets to CC the enemy, unless the enemy has no CC, then she can be quite useful.
Explanation: Many people rate her poorly, but I personally (the original author) think that she is pretty good in the current meta where there aren’t that many girls released yet. She can get you pretty far in PvE, and with a little luck overcome very high difficulty levels. She can also dish out a lot of damage on PvE bosses, thus earning you a higher score in those. In PvP, a single 10-star Dracula can single-handedly take out an entire team of 9-star girls. Another advantage is that she is fairly easy to get, so definitely a good pick!
- Wu Kong
Explanation: Graduation fodder. I have never seen anyone use her. You could get one of her to 6 stars for Tests, since she can take out assassins pretty well.
Explanation: Can be used as fodder, or trained if you have gold and juice to spare. She has a powerful attack that hits the whole enemy team. The key is to try and keep her alive the longest, since she gains power when her allies die.
Explanation: Top tier girl, strong at all levels, even scarier at 10 stars. Applies a strong bleed debuff and can heal after killing enemies. Very suitable for Hiking and Patrol. Judging from the rate at which girls are released she will be viable for a very long time. If you can max her, please do, but she is very hard to get.
Explanation: Has a very high HP pool, but that is it. She has no damage, no CC, no speed. Even though she has the ability to freeze enemies at 10 stars, the probability is not very high. Her only strength is to drag out a battle.
Explanation: Just use her as fodder. Very few people use her. She has a high hitting single target move at 10 stars, but the overall damage output is low.
Explanation: Top tier, from 6 stars all the way to 10 stars. Her poison pairs well with Nia and Pandaria. She deals a truck-ton of damage over time, so if you want to deal a lot of damage to PvE bosses, she’s your girl. She also does work in PvP, and gains a nice 50% damage reduction buff on top of her main skill at 10 stars. Prioritizing her would be a smart move!
Explanation: Top tier tank. Very strong and good CC. Can heal herself and freeze enemies. At 10 stars she freezes nearly half of the time! She can freeze an enemy when getting hit and is immune to be frozen herself, very useful in PvP. Has an amazing synergy with Javelin, the perfect duo! She also does well in Patrol.
Explanation: CC master. Main skill hits whole enemy team. Chance to stun after girl death. Has some use in Tests. She is too slow for PvP, however, if she can’t CC she’s done for. Not recommended to graduate beyond 6 stars.
- Guan Yin
Explanation: If you have gold and juice to spare you can train her, but don’t prioritize. She is very weak before 10 stars. At 10 stars she becomes quite powerful, however. It is a good idea to place her on the first spot in the team. Due to her stacking dodge enemy girls won’t be able to hit her and thus won’t charge their energy either. She will most likely be replaced by a better tank in the future though.
Explanation: Weak at first, but top tier support at 10 stars. Targets whole enemy team with her main skill, and can raise the speed and attack of all teammates. Downside is that her base speed is on the low side, and her third skill is kind of a waste. Don’t prioritize her first though, graduate a good carry first.
Explanation: Good for novices starting out, but quickly used as fodder.
Explanation: Tier 1 girl with a strong attack that hits the whole enemy team. Has the potential to dish out damage and CC. Can get you far in Tests, but her speed is a little slow for PvP. If you want to use her to her full potential it is recommended to use two of her or pair her with Fencer, otherwise her CC is nothing special. I do not suggest novices to train her, as she needs a lot of investment and she is hard to obtain.
Explanation: Good for beginners, but do not graduate her to 6 stars. She is mainly used as fodder for Caitlyn, since 4-star assassin humans are difficult to come by.
Explanation: High-quality fodder. She is very easy to obtain. Has a nice damage output for PvE bosses. She is the strongest against monster types, even stronger than Sonya. Top players all have at least one for PvE.
Explanation: Giana on steroids. She will gain attack or crit depending on who dies. (ally/enemy) Has a very high damage output when paired with fodder girls. (i.e.girls that are weaker than her and will die before her) Has the potential to turn the tables in a fight when at her peak. Since most people have not yet assembled a full team, she is a good choice. She is susceptible to CC and life drainers that are quicker than her though.
Explanation: Does not become much stronger at 10 stars, get her to 6 stars at most for Tests that include priests. If you trained her to 9 stars you can use her as fodder for a 10 star. Nearly everyone uses Dracula in PvP, and she eats Librarians for breakfast.
Explanation: Fodder. Just a tank with above average defense. Doesn’t have anything noteworthy.
Explanation: God tier! Has the highest armor in the game currently. PvE king and also very good in PvP. Will carry you very far from 5 stars all the way to 10 stars. Definitely prioritize her!
Explanation: Her skills are greatly improved at 10 stars. Very good heal for the whole team. You won’t die easy in boss fights. Was dethroned from the top tier by Kong Ming. Only invest into her if you do not have Kong Ming and you already have one or two carries.
Explanation: Similar to Chevalier but Monster type. Do not be afraid to use her as fodder. Her art is pretty nice though.
Explanation: Top tier damage output. Improves greatly at 10 stars. Both her regular attacks and main skill heal her. Gains a lot of attack when enemies die. Has a high chance of turning the tides in battle, and with a little luck you can beat the top dogs in your server. You can find her in both the Hiking and Transfer stores.
Explanation: Strong top tier pick. Can reduce crit of enemy team while applying bleed. The damage output at 10 stars is high, and she can be placed in either first position or back row. She is fairly easy to get too, and is regularly available during events. A good pick to graduate to 10 stars.
Explanation: High-quality fodder. Has a high HP pool, even higher than Iron Fist. Is good for beginners, but her damage is on the low side. Can be used at 9 stars as fodder for 10 star girls.
Explanation: High-quality fodder. Used by beginners only. Can steal enemies’ attack.
Explanation: Her self healing passive is quite strong in the early game. Her strength is in fighting enemy warriors, and thus can be used in Tests or specific conditions. There aren’t many warriors in PvP though, so she won’t be very useful there. In the late game her healing speed cannot keep up with the incoming damage.
Explanation: Her stats are terrible, don’t even think about it. Just use her as fodder.
Explanation: Easily obtainable. Her strength lies in her main skill that burns the targets. Can achieve high damage output against PvE bosses, but she is not very useful in PvP. Her stats are average, so even though it is fairly easy to graduate her, think twice before doing so.
- Iron Fist
Explanation: Great starting girl for beginners. If you’re just starting out, get her to 100 ASAP to unlock her last passive. After that you may graduate her. At 9 stars she is used as high-quality fodder.
Explanation: Top tier girl. She explodes in power after 4 turns. Has the ability to steal defense, and her main skill is % based. Needs to be paired with a warrior that can survive more than 4 turns. She is very difficult to obtain, but once you have her she will be useful for a long time.
Explanation: Basically a ticking time bomb. Very high poison damage. Her HP pool is fairly low, so she will be taken out fast, but in her death comes even more poison! By the time she dies, her enemies have poison stacked all over, draining their precious HP. Pair her with Ennmaya and Pandaria and you have the triangle of death, dealing the highest damage against PvE bosses. I wouldn’t recommend her as your first carry though, get someone more reliable first before you invest in her.
Explanation: God tier. Queen of PvE. Her seals can stack, resulting in massive damage. Her basic attack hits the whole enemy team. Imagine having 2 of them, the damage output would be broken. If you get her, DO NOT use her as fodder. Even though she is the absolute best in PvE, she lacks a lot in PvP. She can be CC’ed easily, and she gets destroyed by Dracula.
Explanation: Fodder. Cannot be graduated to 10 stars.
Explanation: Top tier PvE support. Her main skill can lower the enemies’ attack while boosting allies’. Can also reduce the armor of enemies. It is recommended to train one of her after you have 2 solid carries. This girl has been in the game forever, and no other girl has been able to dethrone her so far. So if you get her, keep her!
Explanation: She’s not bad in the early game, but becomes weaker and weaker. I do not recommend raising her past 6 stars. She has a move that can reduce the attack of enemies. She pairs well with other girls that have steal passives/skills.
Explanation: Aquaris sits in an awkward position. I found that most top ranked players have her at 10 stars. Her abilities are all pretty good. Her main skill raises her crit rate and crit damage while healing herself. She stacks crit damage, but be aware that the limit is 150%. Add her in the back row and get her a crit crystal, this way she can get 100% crit rate! Her damage is very high in PvE, in PvP she doesn’t last long enough to stack properly though. Thankfully most PvP teams are incomplete, so Aquaris can be used. If you lack a good carry you can use her instead.
Explanation: Damage output in PvE is extremely high. Pairs well with Ennmaya and Nia. Unfortunately she doesn’t get much better at 10 stars, so you can keep her at 9 stars until you get a better carry. Does pretty well in PvP too.
Explanation: Good to use in the early stages of the game. Can heal by killing enemies. Damage is quite high. Not recommended to invest past 6 stars however, as her skill combinations aren’t ideal.
Explanation: Can be used as a support in the early game. Pity she can’t be graduated past 6 stars. Can be used as fodder in late game.
Explanation: Similar to Zoe, but her passive can stack, resulting in bigger output. Also a pity that she can’t be graduated past 6 stars.
- Bud Elf
Explanation: Almost everyone has one of her. She has a very high HP pool, and her damage output is pretty good. Unfortunately there isn’t much of an improvement at 10 stars. Better to keep her at 9 stars and wait for a better 10 star tank. Many people recommend raising her to 10 stars first, since she is easy to obtain. I recommend to invest in Dracula instead, as she will carry you further in both PvP and PvE. The game’s unchanging strategy: The best defense is a good offense!
Explanation: Very bad prior to 10 stars, but super strong after! She is very durable and will last a long time in PvP. Her main skill’s heal lasts for 10 rounds, and her passive reduces crit rate of enemies. Thanks to her damage reduction passive she can be considered a top tier tank, too bad her damage is quite low. She is a pure tank.
Explanation: Top tier CC girl. She dominated the game before the release of 10 star girls. Whoever had the most Amazons usually won. Now that 10-star girls are released she lost some of that power. Her main strength lies in the main skill’s silence. Very strong in PvP, she is one of the fastest girls in the game and will usually strike first. Her poison passive is also useful for PvE. Definitely recommended!
- Kong Ming
Explanation: God tier support. Can completely obliterate your opponents. Can both heal for a lot and dish out insane amounts of damage. It is currently the most widely used and sought after girl. Can be used on any occasion, both PvE and PvP. If you’re just starting out and don’t know who to get first, use your stamps on fairies and try to get her. Definitely try to obtain her for your team. High priority!
There you have it, I hope you enjoyed and weren’t too disappointed with the results. xD
Leave your suggestions and experiences in the comments. Remember, this list was written by someone else, I merely tried to translate it to English.
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