Princess Connect Tier List (November 2021)

Princess Connect Tier List

For our Princess Connect Tier List, we’re listing all your favourite girls from the guilds of Landsol.

Last Updated: November 2021
We added personal details, skills, strategies, and tips for all s-tier characters in this update. We also added a new section explaining all character roles.

ARTICLE GUIDE:

Princess Connect Tier List

S-Tier Strategies

-Frontline

-Midline

-Backline

Team Placements

Character Roles

Princess Connect! Re: Dive is a Japanese RPG gacha game that features the cutest (and deadliest!) cast of playable characters. Its real-time mechanics and various modes make it a challenging game that spurs players to strategize. Like other tactical games, each princess plays a role in either of these three positions: Frontline, Midline, and Backline.

Plus, the game’s vibrant colours and ever-expanding cast make it all the more appealing. So, its huge fan following comes as no surprise.

In fact, Princess Connect! Re: Dive has grown so popular that it’s spawned a manga series and an anime adaption. Some of the characters even featured as guests in games like Granblue Fantasy and Dragalia Lost. But for this Princess Connect Tier List, we’re focusing on the main game and ranking each playable character.

Now without further ado, let’s get into the tier list!

PRINCESS CONNECT TIER LIST

With more than 60 different playable characters, Princess Connect! Re: Dive has a sizable roster to choose from. For this Princess Connect Tier List, we’re ranking each character based on their overall effectiveness. The five tiers are as follows: S, A, B, C, and D. We’ve also categorized each character based on their team placement. Finally, take note that since the game has multiple game modes, different characters may fare better in specific modes. As the player, it’s your job to strategize and create the most efficient team combinations based on your available characters.

S-TIER

S-Tier characters are the most versatile, meaning they can work well in most teams and in any game mode. Because they’re so useful, these characters are the best to invest in.

FRONTLINE

  • Akino (Physical Attacker)
  • Muimi (Physical Attacker)
  • Shizuru (Tanker)

MIDLINE

  • Labyrista (Supporter)
  • Neneka (Supporter)
  • Saren (Supporter)

BACKLINE

  • Hatsune (Magic Attacker)
  • Luna (Magic Attacker)
  • Rino (Physical Attacker)

A-TIER

A-Tier characters are effective in their respective roles but aren’t nearly as versatile as those in S-Tier. Despite this, they’re still great picks for your team.

FRONTLINE

  • Ayane (Physical Attacker)
  • Christina (Physical Attacker)
  • Djeeta (Physical Attacker)
  • Jun (Tanker)
  • Kaori (Physical Attacker)
  • Makoto (Physical Attacker)
  • Miyako (Tanker)
  • Pecorine (Tanker)
  • Rima (Tanker)
  • Shizuru (Supporter)
  • Tsumugi (Physical Attacker)

MIDLINE

  • Akari (Supporter)
  • Anna (Magic Attacker)
  • Kasumi (Debuffer)
  • Kokkoro (Supporter)
  • Monika (Supporter)
  • Ninon (Physical Attacker)
  • Rin (Supporter)
  • Uzuki (Physical Attacker)

BACKLINE

  • Io (Debuffer)
  • Kyouka (Magic Attacker)
  • Maho (Healer)
  • Misato (Healer)
  • Shiori (Physical Attacker)
  • Yuki (Supporter)
  • Yuni (Supporter)

 

B-TIER

B-Tier characters tend to be more situational, meaning they fare better in specific game modes and perform poorly in others. Even then, they can be extremely powerful when placed in the right team and under the right circumstances.

FRONTLINE

  • Eriko (Physical Attacker)
  • Chloe (Physical Attacker)
  • Inori (Physical Attacker)
  • Kuuka (Tanker)
  • Rei (Physical Attacker)
  • Ruka (Tanker)
  • Nozomi (Tanker)
  • Tamaki (Physical Attacker)

MIDLINE

  • Anna (Magic Attacker)
  • Ilya (Magic Attacker)
  • Grea (Magic Attacker)
  • Mifuyu (Physical Attacker)
  • Mimi (Physical Attacker)
  • Mitsuki (Debuffer)
  • Ram (Magic Attacker)
  • Rem (Physical Attacker)
  • Sheffy (Supporter)
  • Shinobu (Debuffer)
  • Yukari (Supporter)

BACKLINE

  • Aoi (Debuffer)
  • Emilia (Supporter)
  • Kyaru (Magic Attacker)
  • Misaki (Magic Attacker)
  • Suzuna (Physical Attacker)
  • Yui (Healer)

 

C-TIER

C-Tier characters are even more situational than B. Their highly specific skill set and weaker stat allocation render them useful only in certain situations. They’re only efficient when the player knows when to use them.

FRONTLINE

  • Hiyori (Physical Attacker)
  • Kaori (Physical Attacker)
  • Kaya (Physical Attacker)
  • Rima (Tanker)

MIDLINE

  • Ayumi (Supporter)
  • Yori (Magic Attacker)

BACKLINE

  • Arisa (Physical Attacker)
  • Chika (Healer)
  • Lou (Magic Attacker)
  • Nanaka (Magic Attacker)

 

D-TIER

D-Tier ranks are the most situational characters. And even then, they’re rarely useful for any game mode. Either their skills don’t bring much to the table or their stat allocations aren’t as optimal, even when maxed out.

FRONTLINE

  • Chieru (Physical Attacker)
  • Kurumi (Supporter)
  • Matsuri (Physical Attacker)
  • Misogi (Debuffer)
  • Tomo (Physical Attacker)

MIDLINE

  • Mahiru (Physical Attacker)

BACKLINE

  • Mio (Magic Attacker)
  • Suzume (Supporter)

 

Get a cup of coffee and get ready for more reading as we’ll dig in with all the strategies and personal info of all S-Tier characters on the next page.

About James Sterling

James Sterling received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Southern California (USC). His Bachelor of Science was completed in Computer Science (Games) and his Master of Science was completed in Game Development. James spends his free time contributing on popular forums such as Tom's Hardware and AnandTech while hanging out with his cat Jonathan. Humorously, his favorite youtube channel is Jimquisition by Jim Sterling.

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