Tiny Tina's Wonderlands: Best Classes Tier List Guide

Find out which classes are the best in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands with the help of our tier list guide.

There are six main classes in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, each with their own abilities, skill trees, and features. Each class has its own playstyle that supports one of the six strategies, which players might want to try out either in solo or co-op modes.

This tier list guide will showcase all the classes in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands from best to worst. You will learn about all of their biggest advantages and disadvantages, as well as find out which action skills are the most powerful.

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands: S-Tier Classes

Spore Warden

  • Type: Gun and Companion
  • Feature: Mushroom Companion

Classes with companions are clearly the best of the bunch in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, and Spore Warden has the best companion in the game, which has the ability to poison enemies.

This class allows players to go solo throughout the entire game. The mushroom companion can revive you if you get downed during battle.

Both skills of this class are very strong. Barrage sends out seven arrows that strike multiple enemies at once, and Blizzard creates several tornadoes that can easily finish them off.

Overall, this is a highly skilled class that you simply can't go wrong with.

Graveborn

  • Type: Dark Magic
  • Feature: Demi-Lich Companion

Graveborn class is arguably the most powerful magic class in the game. The amount of dark magic damage that this class can inflict is astonishing.

Just like Spore Warden, this is another class that has an access to a companion, which can be of great help when it casts Hellish Blast spells that deal damage to multiple enemies at once.

While most classes have one solid action skill and the other one being subpar, in this case both skills can be of great value. Although Dire Sacrifice burns your own HP in order to inflict damage, you can use Reaper of Bones to heal yourself and even become immune for the time being.

A-Tier Classes

Spellshot

  • Type: Spells and Guns
  • Feature: Spellweaving

Guns are fun and all, but they're even better when you can add some extra powerful magic to the mix. Spellshot's guns can deal magic damage due to Spellweaving, and things get even better once you reload as the Spellweaving effect stacks.

This class also has one of the best action skills in the game, which is Polymoprh. This spell can turn any enemy into a sheep, unless they have the immunity. But if they don't, then you can insta-kill the sheep and forget about the baddie like it never existed.

Its only drawback is weak defense, which would require a partnership with another tanky character.

Clawbringer

  • Type: Fire and Lightning
  • Feature: Wyvern Companion

This class combines three excellent features: fire and lightning damage, melee damage with the hammer, and a flying companion.

With these kinds of tools Clawbringer can easily become your favorite class. It has area control supported by the Wyvern, it has ranged damage supported by the elemental skills, and it can focus a lot of damage using his Cleansing Flames and Storm Dragon's Judgment abilities.

The only thing that keeps Clawbringer from being an S-tier class is the longer cooldown times on the action skills.

B-Tier Classes

Stabbomancer

  • Type: Critical Hits
  • Feature: Dirty Fighting

The biggest selling point of the Stabbomancer is the ability to deal critical hits and inflict various status effects. But other than that, the damage output is lower than in other classes.

One thing that saves this class is the From the Shadows skill, which allows players to become invisible. If you wish to play games with your enemies, then this can be a really fun choice.

Brr-Zerker

  • Type: Melee and Frost
  • Feature: Rage of the Ancients

Although many players praise the efficiency of the cryo damage that Brr-Zerker is so famous for, this class has too many drawbacks to be competitive enough.

The biggest problem with the Brr-Zerker's skills is that they have very low range and long cooldown times. On top of that, this class requires a support either from a tank or any other player with better defenses, as his own gear is quite poor.

But, if you are a fan of cryo damage, and wish to do nothing else but freeze your enemies, then pick this one up for sure.

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Those are the best classes in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands. Don't forget to visit our dedicated hub page for more Tiny Tina's Wonderlands tips and tricks articles.

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Sergey has been a freelancer in the video games industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin.

Published Apr. 5th 2022

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