The new entry to the Borderlands franchise allows players to access six different classes. From melee oriented tanks to spell casting DPS carries, various methods of play open up for the player. To help those wanting what are the Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Best Classes, here is a Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Tier List, ranking the classes from best to worst. Keep in mind, each class is viable in their own regard. But some simply perform better than the others, requiring less grinding and gear orientation to see success.
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S Tier Classes
The strongest classes are easily Spore Warden and Spellshot. These two deal amazing damage through their low cooldown moves. Using their action skills or spells allows them to deal with practically every situation that they find themselves in.
Their companions, the mushroom, is easily one of the best in the game. Thanks to their small adorable ally, Spore Wardens manage to soak up damage while allowing the player to burst down the enemy. Its arrow spread shot stores up to three stock, making the class rather powerful when handling waves.
This class, on the other hand, is the only class in the game that can attach two spells. This on its own places them at a great advantage, allowing them to seamlessly weave in spells with gun damage to maximize DPS. Players looking to simply play the strongest classes should highly consider one of these two classes, with Spellshot being a bit of a higher level of difficulty than Spore Warden.
A Tier Classes
This section covers the medium tier classes. Using these classes doesn’t hinder the player whatsoever. They’re just not as overpowered as the previous tier. In essence, they perform their relative function excellently, while not completely breaking the game to the point of creating an almost unfair circumstances for the poor enemies.
It’s a little strange for a shooter game to have a melee class, but that’s exactly what Brrzerker is. And honestly, the class feels fantastic. The enhanced melee system in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands allows Brrzerker class to fare very well in almost every circumstance in the game. In addition, the enraged form providing the strongest elemental buffs.
This class reminisces of the assassin class in Borderlands 2. Utilizing invisibility alongside enhanced critical hit chance, Stabbomancer excels at getting out of trouble. For those familiar with DnD, these can be thought of as Rogues. The biggest downside of the class is their reliance on gear, as they don’t necessarily deal amazing damage through their action skills. Meanwhile, the S tier classes can easily just spam their action skill or spells to destroy everything in their path.
By sacrificing their red health, Graveborns grant themselves fantastic buffs that become incredibly powerful in the latter half of the game. But learning how to successfully navigate through the enemies proves quite the steep learning curve, punishable by death. Especially during the early game, players have less health and gear to make up for their small defenses. Graveborn’s health drain creates far too many openings. The huge upside is, if players choose the class as as secondary class rather than primary, the buffs provided are super useful, and easily some of the strongest powerful ups in the entire game.
As of now, there’s only one B tier class in the entire game. This class just feels lacking at the moment, with cooldowns way too long to sustain the typical hectic gun fights. Until this class receives substantial buffs, players may want to look towards the other classes.
The class allows players access to a Wyvern that’s just not very good. In addition, their long cooldowns on their active skills in the form of a hammer hinder the class from effectively performing the job of a melee class. Clawbringers in general just try way too much at the same time.
Every class is tons of fun in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Though some classes are definitely stronger than others, that doesn’t meant that players can’t get through the game with a given class. This rings especially true because players gain access to two classes, not just one, allowing for synergy to become a huge factor. Even Clawbringer, easily the worst class in the game, can see success if players properly manage their gear and positioning. So at the end of the day, play what suits best. Hopefully this guide on Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Tier List helped inform players of the system in place.
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