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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands best class: What classes should you play?

Here is what we think the best classes are in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands for different reasons.

Updated: Mar 25, 2022 5:42 pm
Tiny Tinas Wonderlands best class

The tabletop world of RPGs moves into the looter shooter world of Borderlands with Gearbox’s latest game, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Like with TTRPGS, there are class archetypes out there, each with their own style, whether that is using spells, ranged, or melee combat, across the game’s six classes. When you load into the game, these six classes offer you a variety of different experiences and playstyles all kitted to different tasks. So, which are the best Tiny TIna’s Wonderlands classes? That depends entirely on what you want to do in the game.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands best class

This article aims to give you an idea of the best class in Tiny TIna’s Wonderlands if you’re all about destroying everything and everything in your sight. However, it is not necessary, as the game is all about a fun journey with the usual fun borderlands style gameplay with the new Wonderland magical elemental features and more.

However, there are certainly some classes that stand out the most for a variety of reasons. Below, we take a look at the best classes that stand out the most for a variety of reasons. 

The Spellshot class – easily the most versatile

Tiny Tinas Wonderlands Spellshot
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The Spellshot is the best hybrid class in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Wonderlands. This allows you to use a plethora of magic spells and take advantage of the ranged weaponry you’re going to pick up and unleash against your foes.

The Spellshot’s key feature is the spell weaving mechanic. It allows you to continue slinging spells at foes while syncing your weapons. Cast a spell or reload your weapon, and you get a stack of your class feat. So, you can keep on pumping and dumping magazines and magic at your enemies.

With that said, there are plenty of builds available through passive improvements. Feel free to experiment with spells and see which one you prefer. However, the polymorph spell is great for both solo and group combat, so we recommend going in on that for solo or supportive group playthroughs. In addition, you can get buffs to your ranged weapons or spells. If you find there is a particular weapon type you prefer, then know you have those options to pivot to the preferred style. All in all, this is easily one of the best classes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

The Stabbomancer class – The best solo class in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Tiny Tinas Wonderlands Stabbomancer
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The Stabbomancer is slick, quick, and filled with trick(s) that cause them to be a perfect solo class. Their entire gimmick is all about building crit, bursting enemies into oblivion, while running fast, dodging things like Neo, and committing to the nothing personal kid playstyle.

The key to using the Stabbomancher is the Ghost Blade. If you’ve played Loba in Apex Legends, it’s the same deal. Throw an object and TP to it. You can use this to get to new heights, get in new positions, or make a great getaway. On the other hand, this ghost knife simulates your currently equipped melee weapon. Some weapons will allow you to do big execute damage, massive cleave, or other bleeds typical to melee playstyles. So, this character can have quite a bit of variance in it.

While the emphasis of this class is on melee, there are ways to use spells and ranged weapons too. For example, the Elusive passive improves your run and gun feel, giving the player some freedom to spray and pray on targets while running quickly. Or, go for the Nimble Fingers and get some added spell effects while slicing down your enemies. All in all, this class should have no issues dodging and cleaning up fights regardless of context or situation. These reasons why we think this class standout as the best solo class in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

Honourable mentions

Honestly, the Stabbomancer is our preference, however, it’s not a clear winner. Some solid alternatives are the Spore Warden, BRR-zerker and the Gravelord. The BRR-zerker is another melee spec that goes all-in on the heavy-hitting melee strikes, with added frost damage. Anyone who wants to hit things encased in ice should try out this class fantasy.

On the other hand, the Spore Warden fills that Pathfinder, using a bow and a pet mushroom to inflict damage. It means you can use the pet to tank the hostiles while using passives to increase its HP and damage. It makes a great solo playstyle, that’s for certain, and you’re ranged too, so you don’t have to worry about getting caught out unless your mushroom encounters sporadic issues from time to time.

The same can be said for the Graveborn. This is the Warlock and Necromancer mix class, which has a pet demon and uses dark magic primarily. You can use the pet demon to reap havoc on your enemies while you use deadly ranged and dark magic spells to deal damage. The standout factor of this class is that it can heal in certain circumstances, thanks to your spells, making it a great course corrector if it gets a bit hairy. But, to do more damage, you need to sacrifice your HP, which is not that ideal.

The Best Support Class in Tiny Tina Wonderlands – The Clawbringer

Tiny Tinas Wonderlands Clawbringer
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Is a TTRPG complete wirth some obnoxious saviour lawful good player? The answer is no. So, for those who like that style of gameplay, the Clawbringer is your class. This class aims to buff allies with their skills, such as boosting Fire damage via their ultimate skill. Imagine the buffs with your four-player party; that is some killing efficiency!

Damage buffs to their allies are not the only thing the class is good at. Don’t be afraid to run in and swing your hammer, as one skill allows you to do a big slap, knocking enemies down with burning rings of fire. However, you can also become Thor and hurl a lightning hammer that you can recall at demand if you fancied carrying the team for a change.

As for talents, you can get buffs that increase your support damage playstyle. This is great if you want a full party wrecking ball, which the Clawbringer certainly excels at. Oh, and the Clawbringer gets a little dragon pet that does some damage, which you can also buff with your team-wide damage skills. However, don’t expect it to be like the demon or mushroom boy, but it is still cool to go full dragon knight. 

This concludes Tiny Tina’s Wonderland best class guide. As you can see, every class can be considered the best class in some department. So, pick whatever you want to play as the game is certainly balanced enough where all classes are entirely viable to play. What do you think this is, WoW? For more guides, why not check out our Wonderlands hub for more guides?

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