Hero Kingdom: Idle RPG Tier List

Al Bagiuo
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Hero Kingdom: Idle RPG offers plenty of characters to choose from, not just to join your party and fight on the battlefield, you have the opportunity to enhance their rarity, thereby boosting their stats.

Every summoned character in Hero Kingdom: Idle RPG has a different active skill. Skills can deal with direct damage and provide secondary effects at the same time, and once you add these Heroes to a party, they may receive a Synergy Bonus based on their Class or Origin, further strengthening your team.

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Gears are also available with two types for each class, each with a different growth direction and more! This pixelated game is packed with plenty of features that will keep you engaged.

Heroes are the heart and soul of Hero Kingdom: Idle RPG. While the gears, runes, and tomes play a role, it’s their skills that truly make them shine brighter than the rest. This article introduces the Tier List of Hero Kingdom: Idle RPG, highlighting each hero’s unique abilities and their impact on your party’s success in every stage.

Hero Kingdom – Tier Breakdown

Heroes will be categorized based on their unique skill performance in combat and synergy with the party. Note that tier lists are merely tools for evaluating Heroes in Hero Kingdom: Idle RPG and are subject to changes. The most effective way to determine which Hero suits your party is through firsthand experience!

S Tier Heroes

Heroes that are designated in the S Tier showcase the most distinctive and varied abilities within the roster. They are recognized as the main carriers in the Hero Kingdom: Idle RPG at their peak level.

Yusha (Damage Dealer)

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If you’re looking for a fast attacker and high DPS Hero, go for Yusna. Once in the party, she uses her spear weapon to attack all enemies with 63% of her ATK and then increases the party ATK SPD.

Smire (Damage Dealer)

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Smire is another exceptional DPS in Hero Kingdom: Idle RPG. Using a two-handed weapon, she teleports forward and unleashes her rapid sword technique, “Flash.” This devastating skill inflicts all enemies with 63% of ATK and applies a freeze status effect.

Morihwa (Supporter)

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A good and well-balanced party needs a remarkable healer. Morihwa is one of the best Supporter in the tier! Her skill, World Best Taste, has her sprinkle the freshly cooked dish around. This will recover the party HP by 10% and increase their ATK SPD.

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A Tier Heroes

These Heroes may fall short compared to the higher Tier in the Hero Kingdom: Idle RPG. But they are strong and perform well in combat as long they’re in a team with great synergy and cover their weaknesses.

Arp (Caster)

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For the Caster role, Arp has a fantastic ability for Area of Effect (AoE). Sound Wave is a skill that emits sound waves to the front. An attack hits all enemies with 50% of Arp’s ATK and additionally applies the stun status effect.

Shirley (Tanker)

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Shirley is the tanker in the party. With her one-hand weapon, she will leap forward and attack all enemies, dealing 50% ATK and then reducing the party cooldown.

Young (Ranger)

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Young is a ranged attacker who throws a weapon for a powerful strike. He attacks all enemies with 75% ATK and increases party Move SPD. The damage is impressive, but Young has a very small HP. He’s best placed in a party with a strong Tank.

Leonidas (Tanker)

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Leonidas is another Tanker in the Hero Kingdom: Idle RPG. With a good balance of power and HP, his ability “Lion Roar” sends shockwaves spreading in all directions, hitting all enemies in the field with 50% ATK, and then buffs the party with Move SPD.

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B Tier Heroes

Tier B is the above-average Heroes in the selection in the Hero Kingdom. They represent decent options for the starter parties but won’t be sustainable in the end game unless paired with higher tear Heroes in the party.

Nkaho (Caster)

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Nkaho will do a transformation at the activation of their skill, Advent. They will then launch a projectile towards the center of the enemy. Their Area of Effect hits all enemies with a 50% ATK and then applies for curse status.

Heidi (Ranger)

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Heidi is another range attacker but with very low HP. To make her effective in the party, she must be paired with a Tanker that can absorb any incoming damage. Heidi’s skill, Cow Bomb, will have her throw a pet cow that does 75% ATK damage to all enemies.

D9 (Damage Dealer)

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D9 is a Damage Dealer that falls in the B Tier. She has impressive attack damage but lacks an additional party buff effect. Her skill, Bomb Bomb Bomb, will have her dig the ground with a weapon and then use the geyser to attack all enemies, inflicting 63% ATK damage.

Conclusion

Plenty more characters are in the list, but the ones mentioned above excel more. Remember, focus on increasing their rarity by merging and providing high-tier gear to release their true potential.

My tip is to summon Heroes only when you can roll for 350 Summons; this increases the chance of getting legendaries instead of low-tiered Heroes. Also, only roll for Gears when you’re satisfied with your party lineup.

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