Which class to choose in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: class overview

Everyone knows that the most important first step in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands or any other RPG, tabletop or otherwise, is character creation! But to do this, you will have to select a class. In this article, we will detail what you should know about each class before making a decision.

Which class to choose

Brr-Zerker – tough warrior

Most Important Stats Ideal Range Specialization

  • Strength
  • Constitution
  • Coordination

Short Cold and Melee Damage

Brr-zerkers are an aggressive class that have nothing to lose but their composure.

You will focus on melee and ranged attacks that deal frost damage and/or completely destroy the enemy before they can damage you. Ideally, you will turn the enemy into an ice punching bag, and then destroy him with melee attacks.

When Brr-Zerks go insane, it’s called “fury” – and that means they deal extra frost damage to enemies! This is especially useful since the Dark Lord’s armies are made up of skeletons, which are particularly susceptible to frost.

Clawbearer – They love only two things in this world: their hammer and their wyvern

Most Important Stats Ideal Range Specialization

  • Strength
  • Constitution

Medium Fire and Lightning Damage

Claw Bearers Bring Claws: Wyvern Claws.

This class is for players who want to be a spell-wielding, hammer-wielding warrior! It can be adapted for ranged combat – as you will be able to throw your hammer – and for close combat – as you will be able to smash your hammer on the ground! Your allies will also benefit, as you will emit an aura that boosts their damage.

Whichever way you choose to play this class, your wyvern companion will be able to help you out with his fire breath and titular claws.

Child of the grave – they say that they always smell of fire and brimstone, but they are sure that they just have a stroke

Most Important Stats Ideal Range Specialization

  • Intelligence
  • Wisdom
  • Constitution

Medium Shadow Damage

A child of the grave must develop a delicate balance of receiving and returning health during the course of the battle.

The point of this class is that you sacrifice your own health to use certain abilities, and drain health from enemies when you deal damage. This means more concentration on the health bar, but the results are impressive when you manage to do so.

In addition, you will receive a Demi-Lich companion who will support you in battle. When you’ve used up too much health during an attack, it’s nice to have someone to take the pressure off you. Plus, your Demi Lich can even summon even more undead to help!

Spellshooter – piu-piu, kill-kill!

Most Important Stats Ideal Range Specialization

  • Agility
  • Intelligence

Long Spell Damage

Spellshots combine spells with shots (and not fun, but alcoholic) to completely destroy their opponents.

These mages are unique in that they gain the ability to cast two spells at the same time, rather than just one. Your feat will be Spellweave, which grants spell damage buffs that stack each time you cast a spell or reload your weapon.

Since Spellshots are so heavily focused on spells, they are not really suited to the front lines. As an extra little defensive tool in your pocket, you’ll be able to turn your opponents into Skip’s stupid little beast.

Sporovik – if Shaggy and Scooby-Doo were a ranger and a mushroom

Most Important Stats Ideal Range Specialization

  • Agility
  • Coordination

Long Poison and Frost Damage

In most video games, the Ranger class has a nature aesthetic, but in this game, it has gone to a stoner aesthetic.

On a more serious note, the Sporovik are in many ways similar to typical Rangers: long-range, agile, often using traps and other special abilities to gain an advantage on the battlefield. Their mastery of poison and frost speaks to how familiar they are with their environment and how they can call upon it to fulfill their desires.

As a Spore, you will have a reliable mushroom companion that follows you around and attacks your enemies. Since this class is especially good at ranged combat, it’s nice to have someone nearby that enemies can attack for you.

Knifemancer – There’s nothing in this world they can’t stab (including you)

Most Important Stats Ideal Range Specialization

  • Agility
  • Wisdom
  • Strength

Short Critical Damage and Melee Damage

This rogue class is almost entirely focused on dealing damage.

By increasing your agility and strength, you will be able to deal incredible critical hits – and what’s more, you can do it without taking much damage, because you will move invisibility!

Knifemasters combine their melee skills with spells and weapons to make the most of the painful status effects available to them. They are also particularly fast compared to their high caliber weapon wielding counterparts, being able to jump up and support a struggling teammate or dodge oncoming fire in the blink of an eye.

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