Destiny Child is a successful game coming from Japan and has taken a center stage in the genre community by its unique characters, amazing art design, and flashy gameplay; which is why we decided to rank its characters through our Destiny Child Tier List. This game has been around since 2018 and it isn’t going to go anywhere anytime soon. It’s a game that is being updated all the time with new characters (Childs) and Soulcards.
We understand it’s hard to keep up with all these changes in the game if you are not constantly checking in the game, so we decided to create a Tier list of the Childs in the game. Like that you can quickly get an idea of what works in the current meta, and don’t waste your time in Childs that is not going to scale through the game (which is extremely frustrating).
To keep the list more simple, we decided to rank only the Main variation of a Child, by seeing how effective they are in the categories of PvP, PvE, Raid, and WorldBoss. Be aware, that a few of these characters have different uses and perform differently depending on what mode you are playing them in.
Now that that’s out of the way, let us dive into the list.
Destiny Child Tier List
At the top of this list, we have the strongest characters in this game. You can’t go wrong by having them on your team, no matter the mode you are playing in. They will carry you through all of the game’s content and win most of the PvP battles easily. A party full of S-Tier Childs is a frightening thing.
The only reason these characters are not at the top of our list is that there might be some mode, they are not 100% perfect. Despite that, we would suggest you keep these Childs in your team. They can deal great damage and if combined correctly they can go toe to toe with the S-Tier Childs.
We are still on the top half of our Tiers, so, as you might expect, we have some pretty strong characters here. They might not have the glamour and robustness of the A and S tiers, but they can definitely be a great addition to your team. Just be on the lookout for the stronger Childs.
Here we find the chaff of our harvest. They are not the top of the top but they still get by in the game. All these Childs are fun to play and can offer to your team’s toolkit something. Although their usefulness starts to fall the more you progress in the game since they don’t scale as well as other Childs.
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Even though these characters are 5-Stars, they can still be underwhelming. You should look to replace them as soon as you have something better. In the meantime, try to make their combos as best as possible so you can progress fast through the levels.
Laughing is not exactly the reaction you have when you get these heroes. I would describe it closer to crying (at least if you know your stuff in Destiny Child). These characters excel at nothing and are actually, a detriment to your team. We don’t recommend you pick them.
Who is the strongest Child in Destiny Child?
The best child in Destiny Child is Chang’e. The word child for Chang’e is not fitting at all, she might be young, but her power is that of an ancient God. Her great damage, combined with her Slide, make her a very strong pick for your team, no matter for what Mode you are going. Especially in PvP and PvE.
As you saw from out list, there are many Childs in Destiny Child and you have to stay updated in order to keep your party at the optimum level. On the other hand, if you don’t want to spend all your free time looking for information and through trial and error trying to find which characters are the best, we would suggest you study our Destiny Child Tier List and start grinding for the higher Childs in this list. At least it’s a very pretty game which makes the experience much easier.
We hope you found this list useful. If you liked it, then you may also enjoy our tier list about Epic Seven.