Choose the best possible class for your character using this tier list guide for Bless Unleashed.

Bless Unleashed Guide: Class Tier List

Choose the best possible class for your character using this tier list guide for Bless Unleashed.
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Currently there are five main classes in Bless Unleashed, including three ranged and two melee classes. They all have their own distinctive playstyles and uses, but just as with any other MMORPG they are not all equal. This class tier list guide will showcase all five classes in Bless Unleashed from best to worst.

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The ranged classes are universally regarded as much better than the two melee classes, but if you like the Berserker and Crusader have their place and uses.

S-Tier Class


Mage is a top-tier class in Bless Unleashed simply because it’s the most balanced and universal ranged class. It’s fantastic in both PvE and PvP regardless of whether you play solo or in a team.

It’s main advantages are the AoE blessings, critical hit ability, and powerful mana regeneration. All this allows Mage to combo off regularly and deal a lot of damage. The AoE damage is especially high and you can cast them really fast due to reduced cooldowns.

Since Mage is a master of various elements, such as lightning, ice and fire, they can be used to stun, freeze, and even knockdown enemies as a means of protection. Every Mage player needs to learn these combos and much more due to slow evasion times, which are not very effective to begin with.

If you can take some time to perfect all of Mage’s tricks, you’ll be practically unbeatable.

A-Tier Classes


Ranger is a great class, which can be placed somewhere between Mage and Priest.

The main difference between Mage and Ranger, and the reason why it’s a little bit worse than Mage, is that Ranger’s AoE skills are not as strong. But you can easily compensate this small nuisance with ranger’s high mobility. Other than that, the Ranger is a high DPS class with excellent defense stats and huge range.

The only real reason why many players may find Ranger a bit hard to control is the quiver reloading times. This action is quite slow in comparison to Ranger’s other moves and completely breaks the flow of the battle.

But if you like bows and fast ranged combat, then it shouldn’t prevent you from choosing Ranger as your main class.


Priest is another example of a class that is very similar to Mage, but just a tad worse in certain areas.

The damage output on various combos is quite impressive, but the execution of these combos is rather slow, which may put you in a pretty vulnerable position. That’s why it’s important to consider a few top-tier defensive pieces of gear when creating your future Priest builds.

Mastering Priest moves can be a bit daunting as well, since it takes quite some time to be able to get all the positions and timings right. But if you manage to unlock the Crescent of the Moon blessing, then all this becomes much easier.

If you don’t mind slower moves and casting times, but prefer high DPS and heals, then Priest is a great choice.

B-Tier Classes


Although Crusader can be a really hard class to control in PvE, it really makes a huge difference in PvP.

This melee class is really hard to kill, and the all the blessings have a big chance to stun enemies. That’s why its so easy to stagger your enemies during attacks, even though it can be hard to aim at first.

Of course, Crusaders are not unbeatable. You still need to use your shield to protect yourself, which adds to the difficulty level of controlling such a bulky character.

It will be easier for other more mobile characters to dodge your strikes, but you can always use your Shield Slam combo to get them regardless of their position.


Berserker, is even bulkier than Crusader. The attacks feel much stronger and the combos are much flashier.

The problem here is that it is way too slow for solo play and too clunky for team cooperation. Although combos deal a lot of damage, the enemy can easily escape and take only 30% of the total potential amount. In that case you need to chase them and hope to deliver the rest of the damage, which is not the best strategy to have.

It does get much better int he late game, but before you get there you’ll be seriously exhausted with all the slow rolls and missing combos.

That’s our tier list for the best classes in Bless Unleashed. Be sure to check out the rest of the Bless Unleashed guides on our dedicated hub page.

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