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Welcome to the Sdorica Tier List blog series! In this post, we will be discussing all of the characters in order from highest rank to lowest rank. This list is updated periodically as new information becomes available, so make sure you check back every once and a while for updates.
*Please note that the list is organized in order of each character’s rank, not alphabetically to chain together combos with consecutive hits. He trades power for quickness, which can make up for any deficiencies he may have when faced off against slower opponents.
-Rank S: The highest rank. Characters in this tier are considered to be the best of the best and will usually only lose to players that have mastered a particular matchup, or characters who can just zone them out entirely with their projectiles. This is not an exhaustive list as we do not know every character’s full potential yet, but you’ll find most if not all of these on any player’s main roster at tournaments.
*Sion (Dragon) – Rank S: He has many tools for zoning out opponents and controlling space both offensively and defensively thanks to his Dragon Fangs. While he lacks range overall compared to other fighters, it becomes less significant because he more than makes up for it by being able to control so much of the battlefield and deal with other close-ranged fighters.
*Ray (Paladin) – Rank S: He has a very strong zoning game thanks to his Holy Cross, which is one of the most reliable projectiles in the game. His damage output is also really high because he’s able to zone out opponents so well that their only option for getting through it is by taking risks that they can’t afford. If anything gets too close, then he has plenty of options such as Lance Charge or Air Slash to knock them away again.
Zeta has an incredible ability to control space due to Teleport Slide and Moonlight Dance giving him pressure on all sides no matter where he is on the stage.
His combos are easy to execute and don’t take up as much meter so his damage output is very high, but he also has a lot of gimmicks that make him hard for many opponents to deal with because they have no idea what will happen next.
*Nina (Tiger) – Rank A: Nina’s ability to control space at all ranges in her own way makes it tough for any opponent she faces if they can’t keep her out or zone them consistently. She doesn’t need too much effort when it comes to dealing big damage either due to Tiger Combo being an incredibly fast combo that hits from multiple directions which means more chances for getting those followups after knocking someone away!
*Sora (Cat) – Rank A: Sora’s mobility and range is the best in the game, giving him an edge over any character really. He has a lot of tools at his disposal to help himself get out of tough spots like Dive Kick or Cat Slide. With so many options for movement it makes sense that he can also do some neat things with combos as well!
*Natsu (Dragon) – Rank S: Natsu’s biggest strength comes from how fast she moves around on-stage during her attacks which means opponents have to keep up with her speed if they want to land anything themselves. Her combo potential is through the roof because most of them start off automatically since Dragon Combo hits low enough that you know she’ll be able to get up and do it again.
*Lilith (Unicorn) – Rank A: Lilith is a great pick for new players because she’s easy to use, her range isn’t too bad, and most of the time you can just delay your powerful moves so that they work as anti-airs. She also has some very effective combos thanks in part to how quickly her combo chains activate! The one thing she could be better at countering with are long ranged attacks–but really who else is?
*Kagura (Dragon) – Rank B+ Kagura might not have too many options when it comes down to offense but she makes up for this by being able to play defensively like no other character in the game. She’s also a counter machine, and her Dragon Combo is one of the best in the game with how much damage it does along with its range!
*Zheza (Unicorn) – Rank C+ Zheza doesn’t have many ways to really get around enemy attacks–her moveset mainly consists of projectiles that are relatively slow moving. This means she’ll rely on timing for most comboes which might not work out in your favor if you’re new at this sort of thing. Still, there’s something about strategically spacing yourself from opponents so they can’t attack you back..it has an oddly calming effect over time.
A: A+ Rank means that the character is very strong. They have many tools to use and are effective at taking down opponents with few mistakes or missteps. The higher rank a character is in this category, the better they are overall. B: B+ Rank means that while these characters can be used on more difficult levels of Sdorica Tier List, there’s likely another character who does it better–that being said, these characters still maintain a decent amount of mastery over their abilities. This ranking indicates an adequate player who knows how to work around certain obstacles but will need some time before becoming skilled enough for much more than easy difficulties (although even then they’re not guaranteed to be able to take on the higher difficulties).
A: A Rank means that this character is a top tier fighter in Sdorica Tier List. They can dish out damage consistently and have tools to work around most situations. These are characters who want opponents to stop them as soon as they see these fighters–otherwise, it’s only a matter of time before their opponent finds themselves losing health without having done much at all. This rank indicates an expert player with knowledge of how each ability works for any given character and knows when moves need to be used or avoided entirely due to contextual factors. When players use these characters, they’re guaranteed success unless there’s some sort of external force working against them (such as if other players decide not to let them win).
I’m about to rank the characters of Sdorica! Now that I’ve played for so long, it’s time for me to give you an honest opinion on what each character is like. All right, you’re ready? Here we go:
tier list (noun) ˈtīəˌlās; noun plural tier lists – a ranked order or hierarchy of items according to their relative quality or performance in a given area. That being said, here are my top tiers from best-to-worst.
Top Tier Fighters: These fighters have consistently high damage output and can work around nearly any situation with ease because they know when they need to act and how often. Middle Tier Fighters: These fighters have a moderate damage output and can work around nearly any situation, but they don’t know how to react properly when the going gets tough. They are also weaker than their top tier counterparts. Bottom Tier Fighters: These fighters are usually just cannon fodder for other players because of their low health pool and unreliable skillsets that lack in many situations; use them as fillers if you need extra people on your team or want someone who will definitely die quickly so you can move onto more important things like soloing bosses. Let me start by pointing out that this list is subject to change at any time depending upon my mood! Seriously, I tend shift up tiers all the time according to my play