Do you want to know which character will best suit your playstyle in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds? Then you don’t need to worry. In this article, we will teach you everything you need to know about different classes, their strengths and weaknesses, and which character you should pick depending on your playstyle. So, Let’s begin with our “Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds Best Class Guide with Tips and Tricks”,
Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds Best Class Guide with Tips and Tricks
Ni No Kuni currently has only 5 characters, and picking the best main character according to your playstyle can make a ton of difference in the long run. Any class in the world of Ni No Kuni is self-sufficient, and we are not saying that a particular class is better than some other class, as this is just a guide that will help you pick the best character according to your playstyle.
The classes in the game can be divided into 2 Categories that is damage type and utility type. Now again, don’t get us wrong when we say utility cause every class has decent damage to clear through all the main story if you have enough CP (Character Power). Utility in the game Ni No Kuni means what buffs and active skills a class possesses that can help their whole party.
Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds Class Tier List:
Before we start with the individual class, let’s look at the Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds Class Tier List for PVP,
|Class Tier List|
|S||The Rouge, The Engineer|
Now, Let’s find out which class you should pick as per your playstyle,
In the world of Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds, Rouge Class is your typical marksman character who uses a bow with a twist. In solo plays, Rouge is a very agile character with core movement and evasion skills. He shines in battles when kept at a certain distance from enemies as he is also very squishy.
However, in parties, Rouge can be played as damage carry with a ton of damage from the backline, or you can play him as a hyper support character. Rouge has some amazing party buffing skills like Showtime and OverCharge Zone, which can increase every party member’s attack speed and mobility, which can be a huge benefit in PvP battles and group Dungeons.
So if you like playing from the backlines while dealing a ton of damage, supporting your team through battles, and if you like characters who use a bow, we recommend you to play Rouge.
Destroyer is a tank-fighter type of character in the world of Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds. Destroyer uses hammers of different types to swing and smash his enemies. He is very self-sufficient, and if combined with proper decks, with attacks like Whirlwind and Leaping Slam he can deal deadly blows to enemies even without any support.
However, the destroyer class shines the most when used in a party. He can be played as a tank to soak up incoming damage, and with the arsenal full of crowd control skills, he will be a nuisance for the enemy team to deal with.
So if you like playing the tank support hero who has an arsenal of crowd control skills and swings his hammer to cause havoc on the battlefield, then destroyer is the class we recommend for you.
Witch in Ni No Kuni is a Glass Canon-type character who uses telekinesis to swing her spear and destroy her enemies in seconds. With very less defence but very high outburst damage. Witch excels at solo plays wiping off enemies with quick high damage combos and attacks, which add debuffs to enemies with skills like Decaying Touch and Deadly Spikes, shredding off their armours and attack speed.
In parties, witches play the same role as glass cannon, but here they can rely on their teammates and purely focus on attack. She will shine the most if paired up with engineers and destroyers.
So if you like voice lines that remind you of your favourite anime characters, deleting enemies in seconds with quick combos and high damage, then Witch is the class we recommend for you.
In Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds, the engineer is the most flexible character according to us. She can be played as a support as she is intended to but don’t get the wrong idea as she can also use her guns to blast off her enemies with ease. She has tons of healing spells like Flash Heal and Healing Branches. She can sustain a lot on her own while doing dungeons and missions.
However, engineers shine the most when placed in a team, with her healing all the party members and giving stacking defences, she can help her team to survive longer on the battlefields. Engineer also has some overpowered skills like Resurrection, which allows her to revive one dead teammate in any battle, including PVP, which can be a huge advantage. She also has Complete Choas, a skill that allows engineers to silence their enemies and stop them from using any of their skills.
So if you are looking for a character who has a ton of heal and utility on the battlefield and certainly has the potential to dictate the outcome of the battle, the engineer is the class that we recommend for you.
The swordsman is a very interesting character in the world of Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds, and he can be termed as the joker of all and ace of none. He has the combined skills of every class from knockdowns like cc and even high damage output. He is the best hero if you plan on playing the game solo, as he is self-sufficient in every category from damage to heals and even buffing himself for extra stats.
In parties, he plays the role of fighter and deals absurd amounts of damage with gap closing skills. Being in the front lines dealing and soaking up damage with ease, and with skills like Siphoning Lunge, which knocks up enemies, he can also apply some Crowd Control on the enemy.
So if you like playing with swords, gap closing, and being at the frontline, the swordsman is the character that we recommend for you.
That is it for this article. I hope that you were able to pick up the best class for yourself. If you have any comments or feedback, please write them down using the comments section below.
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