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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Class Tier List – Best Classes Ranked!

Tiny Tina Wonderlands has just been released, and players are already judging which classes work best and which work not-so-best. After looking through their skills and seeing how players are performing, here is the Wonderlands class tier list on day two of the game’s pc release.

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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Best Classes

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Class Tier List

S Tier – Spellshot and Spore Warden

A Tier – Stabbomancer and Graveborn

B Tier – Brr-Zerker and Clawbringer

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Best Classes

When assigning value to the classes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, we’re mainly looking at their effectiveness in clearing out content. How many enemies can they kill, how fast can they do it, and can they do it without dying? That’s what the game is all about, after all, and so there’s really no other metric upon which to judge them.

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Remember, just because a class you like isn’t S-Tier doesn’t mean it isn’t worth playing. The point of any game is to have fun, and your enjoyment of a class shouldn’t depend solely on how they perform in the Wonderlands “meta.” Besides that, even classes in the lowest tier of this list can easily perform well in all Wonderlands content, so play what you want to play and don’t let this tier list talk you out of a class you were really excited for.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Class Tier List

S Tier – Spellshot and Spore Warden

Check out any tier list for Wonderlands, and you’ll find these two at the top. It’s really a no brainer; Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a game about doing damage with guns at its core, with everything else functioning as sort of side content.

On that front, the Spore Warden can’t be beat, as they have the best straight-up damage abilities in the game. It’s a class that is designed like the ideal ranger; They shoot you, and they do it really well, and sometimes their companion also shoots you for nearly or just as much damage. It’s hard to argue with the results this class brings.

The Spellshot is stranger to hitting hard, either. In addition to the massive utility they get from being able to use two spells at once, their Spellslinging passive also gives them ramping gun damage. This passive is a lot like Gaige’s Anarchy stacks from BL2, but without the drawbacks, taking one of the strongest abilities in Borderlands history and straight-up buffing it for Wonderlands.

A Tier – Stabbomancer and Graveborn

Graveborn is an excellent utility class that may be better as a multi-class than as a main. The damage this class is huge, but you often need to use some of your own health bar to access it. This is offset by health leeching abilities, which can be fairly powerful, if not the best choice for survivability just on their own.

Stabbomancer is a jack of all trades who does one thing really, really, really well; He crits, and he crits hard. Everything in this classes’ kit is designed to hit enemies in their weak spots for massive damage, and can be super useful in taking down bosses, especially with a group to soak up damage for him.

B Tier – Brr-Zerker and Clawbringer

I struggle to call these classes B-Tier. In a world where the S and A tier classes rule all content with their massive damage outputs, the Brr-Zerker and Clawbringer are more like… the other guys. They’re not bad, per say, they just kind of do their own thing, and they do it well!

They are, at the end of the day, the designated support classes of Wonderland’s D&D-inspired meta. They’re tanks and buff machines, and there’s nothing wrong with that, they just tend not to get the spotlight over the Stabbomancer rogue one-shotting the BBEG at the end of the campaign.

That’s not to say they don’t do damage on their own, though. I’m especially fond of my frost-damage focused build for the Brr-Zerker, which you can find here.

Don’t be afraid to break out the other guys for a game of Bunkers & Badasses. You’ll find that they don’t underperform, and you’ll be especially appreciated in any group content you tackle with them.

That’s our Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Class Tier List. Remember, any class is S-Tier if you enjoy playing it, and the meta shouldn’t be your sole deciding factor when choosing who to play. Leave a comment below if you found this guide helpful, and check out our other Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Guides.

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