So, you’ve dabbled a little with our zany friend, Tiny, and are now on the hunt to find the best class in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands to really take things up a notch.
Well, the good news is that one of the great changes that Wonderlands made to the Borderlands formula is the addition of dual classing. Choosing a single class always meant a wringing of hands and the eventual “Well, I’ll play Assassin next time”.
Now, that issue is negligible, and you don’t have to choose between a dragon or a mushroom for your pet– you can have both!
But even if that sounds like a wonderful combo, you might be wondering how that holds up against the quirky queues of enemies trying to knock you down and out. Scroll down as we explore the entire class tier list in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands to help you find the best class and combinations to choose next! 👇
Tiny Tina Wonderlands Classes Tier List
Without question, the Spore Warden and Spellshot are the strongest classes in Tiny Tina Wonderlands. Both classes boast high damage and low cooldowns with pretty much every single move. Even better are the cute sheep and fungal friends that waddle around while you’re doling out enough damage to knock whole armies on their tootsies.
But even so, why just take the easy route?
Here is a list of the 7 best classes in Tiny Tina Wonderlands ranked by class tier:
As always, tier rankings are subjective and you may have a slightly different opinion. So, go easy in the comments but drop us a comment when you’re finished nonetheless! 👇
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At high levels, the Spore Warden class hardly needs to do anything at all. With their menagerie of mushroom menaces and homing arrows, you can sit back and enjoy the chaos without any more than the odd button press.
But that’s not all that makes it the Sporewarden the best class in the game. Your toadstool toady can also revive you from Save Your Soul mode, making them a must-have for single-player adventuring. On the side, the Spore Warden also boasts ricocheting bullets, increased gun damage, more critical hits, and a poisonous plume from your puffball pal.
If you’re someone who loves to just decimate your opponents, the Spore Warden is without question one of the best and easiest classes to play in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.
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With the Shattering Spectreglass DLC, you get access to what might be the most powerful and versatile class; Blightcaller.
Instead of focusing on just fire, ice or any single elemental type, the Blightcaller gains bonuses for all elements. Deal lightning damage, gain a buff to your speed and ward and just wreak havoc every turn you take.
Every other class in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands focuses on a specific element, but Blightcaller can focus on any element. Paired with Spore Warden, your companion damage skyrockets to the point that your spirits and shrooms can lay low the Dragon Lord by themselves.
Or, for the adventurous types, pair the Blightcaller with the Graveborn class and rely entirely on your ward while you sacrifice your health for explosive dark magic.
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Unlike any other class in the game (or any class in the series), the Spellshot skill focuses almost entirely on their spells, which are the grenades of the game. For an action skill, you can turn the creeps into sheep or equip a second spell. When you’ve scored a stellar spell, firing off endless magic missiles that seek and slay your enemies is a pleasure. No, truly, it’s an absolute pleasure.
Your options for action skills are any spell in the game. Summon hungry black holes, rain fire or lob barrels at the poor fools. And surprisingly, that isn’t the Spellshot’s most valuable ability, which is its Spellweaving stacks. These can boost fire rate and gun damage to a blistering barrage that can beat bosses.
Personally, I’ve always played as a mage with most games that I take a hand to and the Spellshot does a great job at channelling your inner wizard… or witch.
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Unsurprisingly, the Brr-Zerker class is half ice mage; half barbarian.
Focusing on frost, melee damage, and high health works surprisingly well in a gunfight. The slowed skeletons and seawargs watch helplessly as you swing your sword into their sternum. And a Brr-Zerker’s Feral Surge skill executes low-health enemies in an exciting explosion of ice.
The one downside (which honestly makes Brr-Zerker an “A” tier class) is that melee weapons can be rare and underpowered. Like, I mean, seriously rare at times.
Thankfully, the close-range, high-fire rate and high-reload bonuses are perfect for shotgun toters. So if you’re looking to roleplay as Ash from Evil Dead, A battle axe and an ice-blaster will have to be your chainsaw and broomstick. Go for Brr-Zerker if you love a good slash before diving pack to throw some magic.
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Another class with a pet, Graveborn, is the high-risk, high-damage class. With each damage action doing damage to your own character to deal more damage to your opponent, the Graveborn class is extremely fun to play with. One is a buff to life steal and magic, while the other is a dark magic detonation.
Because of this, you’re often walking around with half health, and the beasts and bandits will take full advantage of that. Unless you’re playing with your friends at your back, it can be painfully easy to get downed during a firefight. That said, the damage boosts are lovely, and with some life steal guns or grenades, you can offset those nasty health sacrifices.
Out of all of the classes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, the Graveborn class is possibly the hardest on the more difficult settings towards the end game. Purely due to the fact that you are constantly losing health.
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The Stabbomancer is the game’s rogue or assassin class.
Disappear among the crowd, then strike with a venomous dagger. These melee critical hits are what the class is based around; making the Stabbomancer class perfect for those who like to get up close and personal with their foe.
When they land, they can evaporate entire enclaves, but unless you’re playing co-op with a buddy, you’re an easy target after you’ve backstabbed. The Stabbomancer has no major defensive skills and needs a Brr-Zerker or Clawbringer to hide behind. So, if you’re playing online via PS Plus or Xbox Live, then only here do you pick Stabbomancer.
Honestly, the Stabbomancer during single-player mode is more like a “B” class tier rather than an “A” class tier. However, during cooperative play with a good Brr-Zerker by your side, it’s absolutely lethal.
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Though they may appear to be one of the more attractive classes, with their fire-based magic and dragon companion, the Clawbringer is surprisingly lacklustre. Your wyvern wingman has a difficult time staying in the air with its low health, making many skills less useful.
On the other hand, your character gains an abundance of resistance and shields to keep you happy and healthy. And just as nice are the high fire-damage and flaming orbs that home in on enemies. So Clawbringer isn’t the worst class in Tiny Tina Wonderlads, it just needs the support of Companion Health buffs by either a Spore Warden dual classing or modded gear.
The Final Word
The best class in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is one thing, but the best class combo is another. Will you go all in on your melee build with the Brr-Zerker and Stabbomancer mix, the Frozen Shivver? Or would you prefer to fill out your arsenal by adding Spellshot and become the Chillmonger instead?
With seven classes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands to choose from, there’s more than double the number of twists and spins you can put on your characters– Wildfire, Deadshot, or Trapscallion to name a few. Plus, since the classes are well-balanced, you can pick whatever best suits you.
But if you’re looking for our own personal recommendation, the Blightcaller/Spore Warden mix, the Shroomwraith is a safe bet for both early and end-game.
What’s your favourite class combination in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands?
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Question about our Tiny Tina Wonderland class tier list? No sweat! Here are the most commonly asked questions we receive about classes in Tiny Tina’s Zany Adventure:
Can you change class in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands?
Unfortunately, no, you cannot change your primary class in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands without starting a new game. That said, you can change your secondary class and respec your statistics after you have defeated Zomboss and returned to Brighthoof. It’s not quite the same, but it might be better than starting a new game. If you do want to respec your statistics, once you have completed the main storyline, head on over to Izzy’s Fizzies and access the Quick Change Machine to respec.
How many classes are in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands?
In total, there are 6 classes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands and no signs of new classes being added. The classes that you can choose from include Brr-Zerker, Clawbringer, Graveborn, Spellshot, Spore Warden, and Stabbomancer. Each of which has a variety of bonus effects and build types.
When do you unlock the second class in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands?
The second class can be unlocked after you start the main story quest call “Ballad of Bones”. In addition, you may also unlock the secondary action skill at level 18. So, there is a fair way to go before you can max out your secondary class and action skills but it is well worth the wait.
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