Every Borderlands game allows players to choose certain classes. And each class has their own specialty. Understanding what each class specializes in is essential especially in the beginning, as to help players both understand the game and commit to a playstyle. The brand new Borderlands game recently released. So to help players who have either just bought the game, or are considering purchasing the game, here is a quick preview of all the classes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.
Keep in mind, players get to choose two classes for their character in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.
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This class loves to run into the fray. For those familiar with League of Legends, the Brr-Zerker class is essentially Garen, imitating his spin to win formula. In other words, the Brr-Zerker class spins its melee weapon in a circle around the player. The main gimmick with this class is to become enraged, which adds elemental damage to its attacks.
This class utilizes a Wyvern to help out in the fight. In addition, Clawbringer utilizes a Thor-like hammer. The hammer returns to the user after being flung, while dealing lighting ability damage to all nearby enemies. In general, Clawbringer’s cooldowns are a little bit on the longer side compared to the rest of the classes.
By sacrificing health, Graveborns increase their damage output. It also utilizes companions, synergizing wonderfully with other classes that use companions. Graveborn is a fantastic class that is a great secondary class for almost every class pairing.
In terms of using spells, Spellshot is hands down the class to choose. Spellshot class can use two spells instead of just one. They also have access to Polymorph, which transforms the enemy into a Skeep. Once transformed, Spellshot can trigger their spells for free on the enemy.
Focused primarily on ranged, Spore Warden throws out a shotgun blast of arrows. The arrows ricochet, dealing very strong damage. They can also create blizzards that literally seek out enemies, dealing frost damage over time. They are also accompanied by a mushroom companion.
For those familiar with Borderlands 2, Stabbomancer is a bit like Assassin. In essence, it can turn invisible, and provides a bunch of damage buffs throughout its skill tree. Players looking to maximize DPS, Stabbomancer will definitely be a good class to pair up with others.
Totaling six, those are all classes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Unlike the other Borderlands entries, the classes in this game only have one tree. The game allows players to choose an initial class, then another class as they progress. This therefore totals two trees total. Picking the most appealing class to begin with is always good, but don’t feel so locked into them.
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