TMNT: Mutant Madness is an intriguing and exciting action role-playing game that’s published by Kongregate. In this game, you’re on a mission to stop the multiverse from being destroyed. This will involve a lot of battles against various enemies. You form a team and then deploy them in battle. The great thing about it is that you’re not limited to using only the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and their friends. You can also use villains in forming your team.
There are many different characters available for you to use in this gacha RPG. As a gacha RPG, your success in this game will rely mostly on how powerful your team is. But with many different characters available, both villains and heroes, who are the strongest among them? To help you with that, this blog post will provide the latest character tier list. In this way, you’ll know which characters you should focus on.
TMNT: Mutant Madness Character Guide
Before we discuss the character tiers in TMNT: Mutant Madness, let’s first discuss some basic character guides. It’s important that you know the available roles in this game so you’ll know how to properly compose your team. You wouldn’t want to have an unbalanced team, as this will put you at a huge disadvantage. There are six roles in the game, Tank, Blaster, Brawler, Support, Skirmisher, and Trickster. The Tanks are characters that have high HP and can protect your team.
Blasters are ranged attackers while the Brawlers are the melee attackers. The Supports are the characters that can heal and provide buffs to your team. The Tricksters are the crowd control characters that can hamper enemies while the Skirmishers are characters that have high speed. It’s best that you balance out your 5-character team so you’re prepared to deal with different scenarios.
Each character will be playing one main role in the game. However, their skills and abilities will also allow them to play a secondary role, so you can be flexible. It’s also important to remember that certain characters are strong in the Campaign mode but weak in the Arena. Similarly, there are also strong characters in the Arena, but weaker in the Campaign mode. Let’s now look at the best characters available.
The S-Tier Characters in TMNT: Mutant Madness
These are the strongest characters currently in the meta of TMNT: Mutant Madness. They’re the OP characters and will likely dominate in most battles. They have little to no weaknesses at all and they’re the characters that should be your focus. The only legitimate S-tier character is Tokka, a physical damage dealer who is a Tank and a Trickster. He is an OP character in both Arena and Campaign. Characters like Baxter (Trickster, Skirmisher, energy), Krang (Blaster, Tank, physical), and Leonardo (Brawler, Support, physical) are also S-tier characters. But they’re best used for Campaign missions.
The A-Tier Characters in TMNT: Mutant Madness
These are also powerful characters in TMN: Mutant Madness but they’re not OP like the S-tiers. However, they’re powerful enough to help you get through most levels. They’re great alternatives if you don’t have any of the S-tier heroes. For the Campaign, the A-tier heroes are April (Support, Trickster, energy), Casey Jones (Brawler, Skirmisher, physical), Genghis (Brawler, Tank, physical), and Michelangelo (Trickster, Skirmisher, physical).
You can also include Zak (Blaster, Skirmisher, energy), Raphael (Tank, Brawler, physical), and Tempestra (Blaster, Trickster, energy). For the Arena A-tier characters, there’s April, Casey Jones, Genghis, Krang, Leatherhead (Tank, Trickster, physical), Leonardo, Mondo Gecko (Skirmisher, Brawler, physical), Tempestra, and Zorax (Brawler, Blaster, physical).
The B-Tier Characters in TMNT: Mutant Madness
They’re heroes that still usable and can be a decent alternative if you don’t have S and A-tier characters. But they will mostly shine if you use the right combination of characters on your team. You can use some of your resources on them, but it’s best not to develop them too much. For the Campaign, the B-tier characters are Antrax, Leatherhead, Splinter, Zorax, Bebop, Mondo Gecko, and Rahzar).
You can also include Skaarg, Super Irma, Ray, Shredder, and Slash. For the Arena, the B-tier characters are Bebop, Michelangelo, Mona Lisa, Raphael, Super Irma, Zak, Rahzar, and Ray. Also included in the list are Skaarg, Splinter, Antrax, and Slash.
There are more characters available in TMNT: Mutant Madness, but they’re either C or D-tier heroes and villains. The C and D tier characters are not really worth investing any resources on. You can probably use them as fillers just to complete your 5-character team. But it’s not advisable to use any resources on them for upgrades. Your resources are best saved for stronger characters like the ones listed on this blog. Build the ultimate TMNT: Mutant Madness by playing it on PC today. Download our Games.lol launcher for a more immersive experience.