Dragonheir: Silent Gods is an open-world high-fantasy RPG developed by SGRA Studio and published by Nuverse Games, which has distributed several other games such as Marvel Snap and Ragnarok X: Next Generation.
Dragonheir places you in control of over 200 heroes, each with their own quirks, personality, and abilities. Among so many heroes, it’s challenging to keep track of who the most powerful ones are and which ones you should aim for.
With that in mind, we’ve created this Dragonheir: Silent Gods Best Heroes To Use guide to steer you in the right direction and hopefully bring you luck when you blow the horn or summon with the dice.
Additionally, check out our Beginners Walkthrough if you’re starting your journey now and would like to learn some valuable tips.
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Heroes Tier Category
Heroes come in four different categories: Common, Rare, Epic, and Legendary. Like any good game, we’re always hunting for the elusive legendary heroes because, naturally, they are the strongest on the roster.
However, that doesn’t mean we should dismiss or ignore heroes of other qualities. Some rare or epic heroes can hold their own in the main story for a long time before you acquire the coveted legendaries.
We’ll separate the Tier List into S, A, B, and C. Instead of adding all the heroes in the game, which are abundant, we’ll streamline the list by including only the best from each tier while explaining in detail the cream of the crop.
Dragonheir: Silent Gods – Tier S Heroes
Tier S heroes are the best in their role, and no player would complain about having one on their team. They consist of Legendary heroes because it’s in their nature to be as overpowered as they are challenging to obtain.
Lelwanis – Lady of Dark Ruins
If you’ve finished the game’s prologue, you know her. The Necromancer has an Ultimate called “Dragon of Death”, where she sacrifices all allied undead creatures to deal Necrotic Damage to enemies. She’s one of the best heroes for those with a lineup filled with Summon-type heroes.
Flora – Crimson Iris
Flora is of the fire element and Wild type, meaning her abilities roll a dice check when activated in hopes of dealing more damage. However, even if luck isn’t on your side, Flora is someone to fear.
Her ultimate creates a fire whirlpool around the enemy for 10 seconds, dealing constant damage to the target. She also has an Attack Aura that increases the damage of all allies by 30% in battles.
Hvitar – Lady of Gale
Hvitar is essential for your Frost-type heroes lineup. Frost abilities have a chance to inflict the Frost debuff, which increases the damage enemies take when hit by specific skills – usually in the Cold damage spectrum.
Hvitar’s ultimate transforms the entire arena into Icewind for 15 seconds, causing additional damage to targets with the Frost debuff. 15 seconds is more than enough for all your enemies to perish.
Dragonheir: Silent Gods – Tier A Heroes
Tier A Heroes in Dragonheir are easier to obtain but still depend on your luck. There are some Epic rarities here to optimize your team building and other Legendary that aren’t as powerful as others in the same category.
Dragonheir: Silent Gods – Tier B Heroes
Tier B Heroes are very situational. Your team composition will depend on the synergy between elements and gameplay mode.
Since Dragonheir: Silent Gods offers at least three gameplay variations, including traditional battles, tower defense, and continuous battles, team rotations are frequent.
Dragonheir: Silent Gods – Tier C Heroes
You don’t want any Tier C heroes. However, sometimes the quality of a hero might deceive you, like that shiny violet glow of an epic hero. But despite being rare, it doesn’t mean they are good. Heroes listed here serve more as a warning to avoid them in your lineup.
How to Get Heroes
Acquiring new heroes in Dragonheir: Silent Gods follows the standard pattern for most mobile games. Use a resource to summon new heroes and rely on your sheer luck to get the most powerful ones.
Dragonheir has two basic types of summons: Starlight Invocation and Heliolite Summons.
Starlight Invocation uses a dice called Starlight Stone, a common item in Heroic Souls summoning. However, the highest quality hero you can obtain with Starlight Stone is Epic rarity. Every 5th attempt guarantees at least one Rare hero, and every 35th attempt guarantees an Epic one.
Heliolite Summons use the scarce Heliolite Dice. This dice is extremely precious and acquired only a few moments during the main story.
The fastest way to get Heliolite Dice is by buying them in the shop with Wyrmarrow, Dragonheir’s premium currency.
Heliolite Dice has a 3% chance of summoning a Legendary hero. Every 35th attempt guarantees a Legendary hero, and every 7th guarantees an Epic hero. Numerous in-game events increase your chances of acquiring a specific hero, so keep your eyes peeled.
Those accustomed to games handing out legendaries on a silver platter better lower their expectations with Dragonheir: Silent Gods. The game is rather stingy with its Legendaries. It’s hard to get one; imagine a team full of them.
They are so exclusive that their power justifies their scarcity, making them the strongest heroes in the game.
Dragonheir: Silent Gods offers a robust roster of heroes. Although more than half of them are disposable, you can still enjoy and triumph in the main story with a team acquired through free gameplay.
For those more dedicated and willing to invest their time and money, Dragonheir: Silent Gods can reward you with mighty legendary heroes who will carry your team through the most challenging trials.
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