Tower of Fantasy Tier List and Reroll Guide

Not sure which character to play as in Tower of Fantasy? Well, our Tower of Fantasy tier list is here to help. It’s designed to help you put together a strong team for the launch version of the game. Bear in mind …

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Not sure which character to play as in Tower of Fantasy? Well, our Tower of Fantasy tier list is here to help. It’s designed to help you put together a strong team for the launch version of the game. Bear in mind that the meta might change, so take it with a pinch of salt. We’ve also included Tower of Fantasy reroll steps at the bottom of this guide, so scroll down if you’re struggling Also, bookmark this page, as we’ll keep it updated alongside future balance patches and new character introductions.

Tower of Fantasy is a shared open world RPG similar to Genshin Impact. You collect a bunch of characters, each of which wields their own weapon, and explore a wide open world. It takes place in an anime-inspired universe hundreds of years in the future, and, best of all, features mounts!

You can learn more about Tower of Fantasy on the official site, and grab some freebies on us in our Tower of Fantasy codes list. You can also check out our Check out our Tower of Fantasy King build, Tower of Fantasy Nemesis build, Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter build, and Tower of Fantasy Zero build.

Tower of Fantasy Tier List

Last updated on April 5.

Before we move onto the tier list proper, here’s a description of how our tiering system works so that you can make sense of it.

What Do Our Tiers Mean?

Here’s a brief explanation of each of our tiers:

  • S Tier: Characters in this tier are the absolute best that the game has to offer. You should prioritise unlocking these and increasing their power. One of these can carry you through the entire game, and a full party will make most of the endgame content trivial – provided you focus on growing their power.
  • A Tier: If your collection is lacking in S tiers, A tiers are great for filling gaps. These characters are still great in their own right, but they just lack a little something when you compare them to an S tier. Use them when you need to, but drop them when you can.
  • B Tier: During the early phases of the game, you’ll likely rely on a party of a single S tier and a bunch of B tiers. These characters are quite easy to get, and are solid, if unremarkable. Definitely swap them out for A tiers and S tiers, but don’t be ashamed to use them if you need to.
  • C Tier: This is when we get into ‘bad character’ territory. C tiers are, much like D tiers, some of the worst characters in the game, but they often have niche uses. They might be really strong in a particular game mode, or during a certain phase of the game. Take a close look at their skills and judge accordingly.
  • D Tier: Characters in this tier are simply never worth using. They’re the worst characters in the game, suffering from severe balance issues, and will underperform at all points in any modes. Don’t use them if you can avoid it.

S Tier

God tier characters. Try and reroll for one at the beginning as they will power you through the game, then create a party out of them at endgame.

  • Crow
  • Lin
  • Meryl
  • Saki Fuwa
  • Shiro
  • Tian Lang

A Tier

Solid characters that are great for filling gaps in your party when you don’t have enough S tiers.

  • Annabelle
  • Claudia
  • Lyra
  • Nemesis
  • Ruby

B Tier

These characters start strong but fade later on. Don’t be ashamed to use them, but do swap them out as you unlock S and A tiers.

  • Cocoritter
  • Frigg
  • King
  • Samir
  • Tsubasa
  • Zero

C Tier

In certain game modes, or at the beginning, characters in this tier can excel. Mostly, they’re useless though.

  • Bai Ling
  • Echo
  • Ene
  • Hilda
  • Huma
  • Pepper

D Tier

Never use D tiers unless you can’t avoid it. They’re awful at all game modes, and at all phases of the game.

  • Cobalt-B

Tower of Fantasy Tier List FAQ

Now, we’ll answer a bunch of questions you may have regarding Tower of Fantasy or tier lists in general.

What Is A Tier List?

A tier list is a list of characters that you can unlock in a game – particularly a gacha game – ordered from best to worst. We rank from S tier to D tier, with S being best and D being worst.

The purpose of a tier list is to help you, the player, determine who the best characters to unlock are, so you can save time and money. Once you know who the best characters are, you can form a party out of them and ignore the others.

How Did We Pick Our Tower of Fantasy Tier List?

We used a combination of the following factors when deciding on our Tower of Fantasy tier list:

  • Personal experience
  • Community feedback
  • General consensus from other tier lists

However, it’s worth noting that tier lists are subjective by nature. This is based on our experience with the game, but yours may vary. So, we recommend that you take this with a pinch of salt and play Tower of Fantasy for yourself.

How Often Do We Update Our Tier List?

We update this tier list regularly to ensure that it always follows the latest meta. Typically, you can expect an update around the following happenings:

  • A new character releases
  • Balance changes

There may be a small delay between the above two events as we’ll return to the game to check out the new character for ourselves, or to see how the balance patches have affected things.

How Do I Perform A Tower of Fantasy Reroll?

Performing a Tower of Fantasy reroll is pretty simple. Just follow these steps:

  • Download Tower of Fantasy and launch it
  • Create an account and login
  • Play until you can roll for characters and spend all of your currency
  • Don’t get what you want? Logout and login with a new account
  • Repeat the steps above

It’s a shame that you can’t just use a guest account until you get the character you want, but them’s the breaks.

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