Our Girls Frontline Tier List features the gorgeous but deadly T-Dolls of the riveting mobile RPG.
Last Updated: September 2021
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Girls Frontline is a mobile strategy role-playing game for Android and iOS developed by China-based studio MICA Team. It takes place in a world ravaged by war and disaster. With danger lurking at every corner, people turn to robots known as Tactical Dolls, or T-Dolls, for protection. These T-Dolls are human-like androids armed with guns. Your story begins with a private military company. You’re a top commander tasked with defeating a rogue AI who’s taken over an army of T-Dolls. Luckily, you have your own T-Dolls to fight with.
Girls Frontline is an exciting mobile game that mixes strategic gameplay with an intriguing story. Still, one of the biggest reasons players flock to the game is the girls and their stellar character design. But remember: Just because they look nice doesn’t mean they hit hard. So, we ranked the T-Dolls according to their stats and effectiveness in battle for this Girls Frontline Tier List.
So, without further ado, let us get on to the list!
GIRLS FRONTLINE TIER LIST
On the top of our list, you find some of the characters that can provide incredible buffs to your echelon, if you put them in the correct order. Even without the correct order, an echelon full of S-Tier Dolls will let you destroy any kind of enemy you have against you, with as little as the press of a button. Keep in mind that these Dolls are extremely rare, so you might need a lot of grinding until you get one.
|Welrod Mk. 2|
No luck with S-Tier? Then A-Tier Dolls are the next best thing. These Dolls might not be as devastatingly strong as the ones in the S-Tier, but they’re ideal for any kind of mission. Just be sure to station them in the most optimal position on the battlefield and you’ll have no problems.
B-Tier Dolls are neither amazing nor terrible. They’re great options for progressing through the game. And their decent stats will ensure that you get through levels with little issue. However, you’ll have to invest more in their skills and equipment to make them killing machines.
|M4 SOPMOD II|
|Thunder .50 cal|
|SUBMACHINE GUN||Gr MP5|
Now we’re starting to lose firepower. The C-Tier Dolls are pretty good options for early- and even mid-game battles. But the more you invest your time in the game, the more you’ll realize that they’re keeping your team back. Look to replace them as you progress through the game.
|MACHINE GUN||Hanyang 88|
|SUBMACHINE GUN||EVO 3|
C-Tier Dolls can carry you to mid-game, but D-Tier Dolls should never be allowed past the first few battles. Their stats and skills are subpar, meaning they’re outclassed by most of the Dolls in the list. If you have no choice, you can still have them in your echelon, but they’re going to need some serious buffs to perform well. Try to replace them ASAP.
F-Tier Dolls are the worst of the worst. Their abilities and stats do very little to improve your echelon’s performance, so steer clear. Don’t use any of these Dolls no matter how desperate you are.
|SUBMACHINE GUN||Beretta Model 38|
GIRLS FRONTLINE: STRONGEST HERO
The strongest Doll in Girls’ Frontline is T91. If you see someone with a T91 in their echelon, you can bet that their team is insanely powerful. Her DPS is exceptional, and her skill Annihilation Focus N makes her a meta-defining Doll. If you are lucky enough to find her, you should build your team around her. No questions asked.
GIRLS FRONTLINE: STRENGTHENING YOUR ECHELON
Now you know the best of the best among the T-Dolls. But let’s be real here: It’s probably going to take a while for you to get any Dolls from the upper tiers. So, while you’re stuck working with less optimal Dolls, here’s what you can do to strengthen them.
Skill training is a fairly straightforward process. You send your Doll away to train for a set amount of time. And when they come back, their skill effects will have increased. Note that to train your Doll, you’ll need Training Data, which can be acquired through Combat Simulations as well as random drop points.
Enhancement is the quickest way to strengthen your T-Dolls. To do this, you use other T-Dolls to level up a single one. Depending on the type of Doll you use for enhancement, your primary Doll might gain different stats. Here’s a rundown of each:
- Assault Rifle T-Dolls: mostly Damage or Rate of Fire
- Handgun T-Dolls: mostly Evasion or Accuracy
- Machine Gun T-Dolls: mostly Damage or Rate of Fire
- Rifle T-Dolls: mostly Accuracy or Damage
- Shotgun T-Dolls: a small amount of either Damage, Accuracy, Rate of Fire, or Evasion
- Submachine Gun T-Dolls: mostly Rate of Fire or Evasion
Dummy linking is the most effective way to boost your Dolls’ stats. However, undergoing this process is heavy on resources. One way you can execute dummy linking is to merge two of the same T-Doll. Another way is to infuse the Doll with cores. Cores are an in-game resource that lets you dummy link any doll. However, the higher a Doll’s rarity, the more cores you will need. The best way to farm them is to do your daily and weekly missions, and also participate in events.
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Girls’ Frontline is a fun mobile game with a huge fanbase. In fact, it’s grown so popular that it’s spawned two anime titles and a manga series! And no doubt, a huge part of that fame is the game’s stunning roster of playable characters. And while some are more useful than others, you can’t deny that each one was meticulously designed to be visually pleasing. That aside, we hope our Girls’ Frontline Tier List helped you build your echelon! With a little investment, we’re sure you can put together a great team.
To get the game for your phone, check out the Girls’ Frontline website! You can also go there to read up more on the lore and see your favorite Doll’s official artwork. And if you’re looking for another game to sink your teeth into, check out our Epic Seven Tier List.