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Aether Gazer Tier List Wiki: Best Characters [June 2024]

Are you looking to build the perfect team of characters in Aether Gazer? You’re in the right place because our carefully crafted Aether Gazer tier list will guide you through assembling the ultimate squad.

Aether Gazer Tier List

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We’ve gathered information from numerous sources, including veteran players from the Chinese servers who have played the game for over a year.

By following our Aether Gazer tier list, you can confidently focus on selecting the strongest characters and creating a powerhouse team that can dominate the current meta.

So, let’s dive into the world of Aether Gazer and explore the best characters to use in your gameplay!

August 12, 2023: Updated the Aether Gazer tier list for Update 1.2

Aether Gazer Tier List: S+ Tier Characters

Phantasmal Dawn Hera

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: S+
  • Element: Light
  • Resource: Energy
  • Gen-zone: Olympus
  • Grade: S

Living Soul Osiris

  • Tier List Rank: S+
  • Role: Main Carry
  • Element: Wind
  • Resource: Trace
  • Gen-zone: Nile

Living Soul Osiris is a DoT character that performs well in high-difficulty content.

Best Aether Codes:

  • DPS Code Path: 3 Yellow
  • Skill Issue Code Path: 3 Red

Team Suggestions:

  • Living Soul Osiris
  • The Innocence Osiris
  • Early Sakura Ookuninushi

Best Sigils:

  • Position 1 – Gale Sovereign
  • Position 2 – God’s Cupbearer
  • Position 3 – Gale Sovereign
  • Position 4 – God’s Cupbearer
  • Position 5 – Gale Sovereign
  • Position 6 – God’s Cupbearer

Living Soul Osiris best build & team guide

Darkstar Hel

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: S+
  • Element: Fire
  • Resource: Trace
  • Gen-zone: Olympus
  • Grade: A

Aether Gazer Tier List: S Tier Characters

Shinri Tsukuyomi

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: S
  • Element: Lightning
  • Resource: Rage
  • Gen-zone: Shinou
  • Grade: S

Shinri Tsukuyomi is a powerful modifier, not only for single-target but also AoE. When in auto mode, you do not need to worry about the survival of your main controlled character, but the auto mode does not control Tsukuyomi perfectly.

She is a must-pick in any DMG check content, perfect for under-leveling.

Tips:

  • When using 3rd Skill 3, quickly use a teammate’s ultimate, it can be invincible during the animation.
  • 1st Skill 3 and 2nd Skill 3 can move around a little, which can help hit the boss when it’s too close.

Shinri Tsukuyomi best build & team guide

Rahu Asura

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: S
  • Element: Fire
  • Resource: Energy
  • Gen-zone: Asterism
  • Grade: S

Rahu Asura is fire team’s best carry, the only modifier that can stop time with Skill 2 (“za wordo”). She is dependent on her signature functor.

The choices for the fire team members are stable. Airgetlam Nuadha, Ryugiri Kagutsuchi, and Rahu Asura are the team composition, perfectly representing how 0.5+1+1 is better than 3.

[Battlefield of Asura – Deva Learning] has a stable damage output tempo, perfect for new players.

[Avidya – Pain of the Fall] requires energy management and control but provides high DMG ceiling.

[Signature Functor] makes her unique and defines how she performs and manages her energy. It also changes how she executes her skill combo. The Fire resistance provided by this functor is also the core reason for this fire team composition.

In the transition period, the 4-star functor Synchronic – Chakaneeju can increase the buffs from aether codes faster. If Ryugiri Kagutsuchi in the team uses the first Yellow aether code (Ultimate Fury – Ablation), she can use the 5-star functor Synchronic – Vasuki to deal more damage under the Scorchstatus effect.

Tip: All of her skills have long animations, so you can dash-cancel.

Auto tip: Be careful not to use Skill 2 when the enemy is in an invulnerable state.

Rahu Asura best build & team guide

Arctic Abyss Poseidon

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: S
  • Element: Ice
  • Resource: Energy
  • Gen-zone: Olympus
  • Grade: S

Highest AOE damage dealer, Yongshi’s daughter; the DMG to a single boss is bad compared to other S-rank modifiers. But it’s okay, she is an AOE modifier; however, damage falls off due to higher difficulty in the current version.

The all rounder build can consistently deal DMG and you do not need to worry about the energy. She is the typical mage sit back and deal damage. When dealing with a single enemy, building 1 red and 2 blue allows her to keep the energy up and increase crit chance. Quiet White – Condensation can help reduce the cooldown of Skill 1 and 2, it’s important.

When you have a 2, 2, 2 build for sigils, you can pick Nibelungenlied because her ultimate energy can recharge by freezing. Furthermore, freezing can reduce the cooldown of Skill 1 and 2, which in theory can lead to a better skill cycle.

Arctic Abyss Poseidon best build & team guide

New Pact Verthandi

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: C
  • Element: Physical
  • Resource: Divine Grace
  • Gen-zone: Yggdrasill

Her damage output is not that high, but she is easier to transcend due to the shards from events. She will carry you in the early game as her transcend level increases.

[Rune Carvings – Illuminating Sign] provides more DMG in Zero Time (bring the cat with Shadow Hunter universal chip), but it requires perfect dodge, so you cannot auto with this skill.

[Runic Spell – In the Eyes] provides more DMG during Modify Mode, making it suitable for middle and low-difficulty content.

AblaZe Tyr

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: S
  • Element: Light
  • Resource: Trace
  • Gen-zone: Yggdrasill
  • Grade: S

He has the biggest single Skill nuke with his Skill 3 at max Marks.

Skill 3 is likely to be missing when fighting mobile bosses because of CC resistance.

His signature Functor is of low value.

AblaZe Tyr best build & team guide

Jin-ei Kuninotokotachi

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: S
  • Role(s): Support Carry, Main Carry
  • Element: Physical (Lightning, Wind, Fire)
  • Resource: Divine Grace
  • Gen-zone: Shinou
  • Grade: S

If you know how to play her, she will be very strong. Because of skill issues, we recommend leveling her up after most other 5-star modifiers. (It’s not her design issue, it’s a skill issue).

Based on her 5-star modifier stats, she can be in a physical, wind, fire, or thunder team as a support carry, but do not set her on auto because she can drag the team down. If you want her to be the main carry, you will need her signature functor which increases her damage. The 2nd sigil sets are different from her normal sets.

Griffins’ Pride sigil slot 2 and 5 have a crit rate skill effect, and slot 6 is better than Philosopher’s Fantasies’ ultimate damage increase. Therefore, pick Philosopher’s Fantasies set for slots 1, 3, and 4; and Griffins’ Pride set for slots 2, 5, and 6.

Because of her flexibility in team compositions, her priority is usually behind other modifiers. She can be placed in any that is missing a modifier. Even though she deals mostly physical damage (even more if equipped with her signature functor), her team composition is defined by which skill she uses. That is the reason to use Immortal Ship and Philosopher’s Fantasies sigil sets with Yellow Aether codes.

[Genesis – Way of Ninja] reduces cooldowns, making her more controllable. [God of Reeds – Everlasting] provides very high crit damage. It requires a high crit rate to use this Aether code, which gives her a higher damage ceiling.

Jin-ei Kuninotokotachi best build & team guide

Shinku Buzenbo Tengu

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: S
  • Role: Main Carry
  • Element: Physical
  • Resource: Trace
  • Gen-zone: Shinou

Her skill design is very good; unfortunately, being an A-rank modifier limits her stats. In CBT3, they nerfed the Cupbearer of the Gods set bonus and indirectly nerf her, making her more reliant on her signature functor. After obtaining her signature functor, she will have the best damage among A-rank modifiers, but it’s not worth acquiring the signature for an A-rank modifier unless you’re a whale.

Tip: The first Skill 3 and anything after is separate. This means she can replenish her Traces and use the second Skill 3 again to finish her combo, maximizing her damage output.

Note: Traces greatly affect her performance. In “Causality Survey” and “Dimensional Variable” modes, she can become very powerful.

Shinku Buzenbo Tengu best build & team guide

The Innocence Osiris

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: S
  • Element: Physical
  • Resource: Trace
  • Gen-zone: Nile

In all the A-rank modifiers, she is the best in terms of damage and consistency. Even without her signature functor, she still performs well. For newcomers, we recommend using her.

We also recommend getting her signature functor (gaining All the Aether code node three effects), greatly increasing her abilities.

When she is on auto without Mimtastic (the pink cat), we recommend using the 1st and 2nd Red Aether codes. Otherwise, she will die easily in higher-difficulty content.

The Innocence Osiris best build & team guide

Airgetlam Nuadha

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: S
  • Element: Fire
  • Resource: Divine Grace
  • Gen-zone: Asterism

He is fun to play if you are accustomed to his charging skills.

[Furnace of War – Flameburst] is his 3rd Aether code in the yellow path. The 1st and 2nd Aether codes in the yellow path rely on dodging and releasing damage later. It also requires a long cast time, so he either relies on his own ultimate or zero time after a perfect dodge. Support from Ryugiri Kagutsuchi and Rahu Asura can help him deal more damage.

[Silverhand Tear – Multiplication] has nice AOE damage, but it’s not a good skill to use due to the long cast time and health consumption. In higher-difficulty content, it may end up killing him. Even though he has knockback resistance with his ultimate, the current content doesn’t really necessitate it.

[Team Comp Notes]
His Skill 3 need to charge up. Its better to pair up with Archaic Oath Verthandi for her shields.

Aether Gazer Tier List: A Tier Characters

Waverender Skadi

  • Tier List Rank: A
  • AI Tier List Rank: B
  • Element: Melee / Ice
  • Resource: Divine Grace
  • Gen-zone: Yggdrasill

She is an ice main carry that possesses both support and damage-dealing capabilities, although her DMG output is not particularly remarkable. Her support abilities are only effective in an ice team comp. She is one of the two modifiers with two different forms, with her normal form better suited for dealing damage, while her “Cruising Mode” is more focused on freezing and stunning as a support.

Aether Codes choices: There are three different builds, each with its own unique playstyle.

  • For those focused on dealing damage, we recommend Left 3 Aether Codes, which utilize charged attacks to deal huge amount of damage.
  • Right 3 Aether Codes increase DMG output in “Cruising Mode.”
  • Mid 3 Aether Codes are specifically designed for an ice team comp, enhancing ice DMG for the entire team.
  • There is another Aether Code build, the Mid 2 Right 1, which utilizes the “Icebreaker Mark” for damage bonuses. When controlled by the AI, this build can deal a decent amount of damage.

Sigil choices: We recommend combining the old ice set (Vanargand’s Seal set) with the Griffin’s Pride set. The Vanargand’s Seal set increases crit DMG, while the Griffin’s Pride set increases crit rate. By combining both sets, Waverender Skadi Skadi can significantly increase her DMG potential.

If you are using Right 3 Aether Codes, you can use the Vanargand’s Seal set with the Philosopher’s Fantasies set to enhance Divine Grace regeneration and increase the usage of Skill 2 under “Cruising Mode”. If you only have one ice modifier with her signature, we suggest focusing more on the newer ice build, the Icy Edge of Frozen Seas set with the Philosopher’s Fantasies set.

If you prefer not to pull for her Signature Functor, you can choose the 4-star Functor, Merfil. However, due to recent updates and nerfs, currently only the “Cruising Mode” can fully benefit from Merfil’s damage bonus buff. In her normal form, we do not recommend using Merfil. (My beloved Merfil~)

We highly recommend including Arctic Abyss Poseidon in team comps as a must-pick. With Arctic Abyss Poseidon’s freezing and ice resistance shred, Waverender Skadi can deal damage effortlessly. Since her Signature Functor focuses solely on DMG output and will dilute the set effect from Witch’s Judgement set, it’s better to use the melee set (Night Owl’s Raid set) or the Golden Fleece set as the third sigil set when she reaches Omega Transcend Level with her Signature Functor.

Additionally, Waverender Skadi requires significant investment to unleash her full potential.

Waverender Skadi best build & team guide

Thundertusk Kali

  • Tier List Rank: A
  • AI Tier List Rank: B
  • Element: Melee / Thunder
  • Resource: Energy
  • Gen-zone: Asterism

The 2nd modifier in the game is designed with a fighter style, quick combos and delivering higher DMG output. This modifier does not depend on her Signature Functor and puts the player’s control abilities to the test.

Aether Codes choices: Left 3 Aether Codes reduces skill cooldowns. While charging up skill 3, players can successfully dodge attacks to increase their ATK by 70%. In all Aether Codes builds, Left 3 Aether Codes has outstanding DMG output, but suffers from a lack of Energy.

Right 3 Aether Codes improves tolerance for errors and crit rate. This Aether Code build does not experience Energy deficiencies and can opt for the “All Cases” build, Witch’s Judgement set with Night Owl’s Raid set. Mid 3 Aether Codes focus on enhancing Skill 2.

Players who enjoy battering can try out Mid 3 Aether Codes. After acquiring her Signature Functor or for players confident in control timings, the Last Mid Aether Code becomes unnecessary and can be replaced with the 1st Left or 1st Right Aether Code.

Signature Functor can enhance combos and improve tolerance for errors. Players who frequently use Thundertusk Kali may consider pulling one Signature Functor for her.

Combo: A4132A4 or A4231A4 (A4 represents 4 Normal ATKs). If you have Signature Functor, you can forgo Skill 1 and the 4 Normal ATKs. Instead, prioritize successfully dodge attacks, then use Skill 2, 3, 2 to deal damage.

She lacks other compatible modifiers and can only serve as the Main Carry.

Thundertusk Kali best build & team guide

Ryugiri Kagutsuchi

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  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: A
  • Element: Fire
  • Resource: Energy
  • Gen-zone: Shinou
  • Grade: S

In terms of controlling the modifier and aggro, he is an S-tier modifier. However, the damage is lacking.

For long, high-risk content, he performs quite well. [Skyfire Descends – Obliteration] gives him survivability. He does not have an energy issue. Therefore, for single-target situations, we use Witch’s Judgment and Griffin’s Pride; in normal cases, we use Prometheus’ Flame and Griffin’s Pride. Even though his single target damage is not on par with Shinri Tsukuyomi, he can provide aggro and survivability for the AI in the team to deal damage if controlled well.

The Ultimate Skillchain with Airgetlam Nuadha can provide knockback resistance to the team and maximize the fire resistance benefit. Rahu Asura with Airgetlam Nuadha can provide Asterism Gen-zones buff (more damage in Modified Mode).

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Tidal Song Poseidon

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: A
  • Element: Water
  • Resource: Divine Grace
  • Gen-zone: Olympus
  • Grade: A

Tidal Song Poseidon is the only modifier focused on being a healer. She is also the free Omega modifier that outperforms lower A-rank modifiers.

Her Signature Functor provides plenty of sustainability and makes Tidal Song Poseidon unique.

If built as a super healer, she can carry the team in difficult content. She can also choose Atlantis – Sea Sounds for content that requires damage and build herself as a sub-carry. However, she will need to manually target skills, and mobile enemies may hinder her.

Tidal Song Poseidon best build & team guide

Archaic Oath Verthandi

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: A
  • Role: Support
  • Element: Lightning
  • Resource: Divine Grace
  • Gen-zone: Yggdrasill

Unique defensive modifier with special skills. Counter Attack trigger Zero Time and ultimate charges make her a priority to invest in.

The Red Line Aether code can buff Skill 2 and 3. The Mimtastic (the pink cat) provide healing to AI teammates, rendering shields unnecessary. Therefore, it is better to use the Red Line Aether code along with the signature functor effect to increase damage output. For auto mode, using the Blue Line Aether code can provide shields to teammates, while the first Yellow Aether code adds a stun effect to Skill 1.

For the team without CC, we recommend use 1 Yellow 2 Blue Aether code build for multiple mobile bosses to ensure DMG output. 2 Blue Aether codes can help clear mobs in earlier content. However, in the late game, the AOE effect usually becomes weaker, making 2 Blue Aether codes less effective.

Early Sakura Ookuninushi

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: A
  • Element: Physical
  • Resource: Rage
  • Gen-zone: Shinou
  • Grade: S

Early Sakura Ookuninushi is very good to have at the start of the game. She’s easy to understand with high-skill multipliers. This makes her quite powerful in the early stages, but due to her simple skill design and most of her damage relying on her Skill 3 (which can be difficult to hit all the damage on mobile bosses), she becomes more of a support in the late game.

For the Shinou team comp and Rage team comp, she is a powerful support modifier. If she wants to be the main carry, it’s better to have her signature functor, or else she is not good enough.

Her Rage recovery greatly helps Shinou Tsukuyomi. With Ryugiri Kagutsuchi, she can form the Shinou team comp to further increase the team’s damage.

The DPS Aether code build can help her Skill 1 draw and keep 2 buffs consistently and have a 22% crit rate. This is the best Aether code build for her.

[Road to Nenokuni – Shuffle] increases her support capability, but it is limited.

Tip: Because player-controlled modifiers draw the most aggro, setting her on auto can be 1000% better compared to player controlled.

Early Sakura Ookuninushi best build & team guide

Gusty Lance Shu

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: A
  • Role(s): Main Carry, Support Carry
  • Element: Wind
  • Resource: Trace
  • Gen-zone: Nile

In all of the A-rank modifiers, her damage stands out a bit (lacking in AOE), and she does not need a signature functor. She is good for early content. Her methods of dealing damage are easy; basically, click the skill that lights up. The rest of it is just dodging. Once you have enough sigil skills to increase crit rate, you can achieve unlimited dodging by using Griffins’ Pride and aether codes. For those who are confident in their skills, you can choose the Swordsman’s Creed sigil sets.

[Additional note on sigils]
If you are creating a team composition with Living Soul Osiris, You can use Nibelungenlied sets in slots 2, 4, and 6 to support Living Soul Osiris’ ultimate charge speed.

Note: The dodge mechanic can only be used when you control Gusty Lance Shu. The AI cannot utilize this strategy.

Gusty Lance Shu best build & team guide

The Glare Apollo

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: D
  • Role: Main Carry
  • Element: Light
  • Resource: Energy
  • Gen-zone: Olympus

The skill mechanic is very unique (acrobat). He requires high player skill to deal good damage.

You must have the signature functor to use him properly.

Dark Mistletoe Hodur

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: B
  • Element: Shadow
  • Resource: Rage
  • Gen-zone: Yggdrasill

Easy to use. Has decent AOE abilities among all A rank modifiers. Also has some support skills. The advantage is that she can easily transcend to Omega and provide damage support to the team. Her ultimate skill can replenish Rage, which is beneficial for a Rage team composition.

[Destiny Cocoon – Tears] provides good AOE abilities and has an additional small-range grouping ability.

[Thorns of Darkness – Dimstar] enhances the grouping ability of Skill 1, and Skill 2 provides debuffs that help the team’s DPS.

Sakubo Tsukuyomi

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: D
  • Element: Shadow
  • Resource: Divine Grace
  • Gen-zone: Shinou

[Amaterasu’s Sibling – Moonlight] has decent single-target damage but is difficult to use and doesn’t feel satisfying.

[Tsukuyomi-no-Mikoto – Waning Moon] has decent AOE damage but requires the signature functor to perform well.

Frost Fang Vidar

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: B
  • Element: Ice
  • Resource: Rage
  • Gen-zone: Yggdrasill

After a successful dodge, increase ice damage by 50%. This character requires you to dodge (a skill issue).

Both single target and AOE options are good. The damage is not bad even without the signature functor. If there are no other modifiers to use at the start of the game, the Vidar and Leviathan team is another choice.

[Immortality – Crystal Fall] has a strong AOE skill, “spin to win.”

[Ragnarok Survivor – Solitary Sleep] has strong single target damage. If you want this skill to perform well, you need other ice modifiers. Vidar herself does not have a long freeze time to quite make this work.

If Skill 3 does not kill the enemy, the cooldown is reduced by half, and it permanently increases critical damage by 15%, up to a maximum of 90%.

Aether Gazer Tier List: B Tier Characters

Croc Rage Sobek

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: C
  • Element: Water
  • Resource: Rage
  • Gen-zone: Nile

From the aether codes, we can clearly see that this modifier is designed for mobs, but his skills are difficult to use (try it yourself). Additionally, due to how enemies search for opponents, Skill 3 is very challenging to target a specific enemy. The ultimate provides a 20% increase in melee DMG, which is a good buff, but recharging the ultimate requires killing enemies. This greatly limits his ability to utilize this buff. Furthermore, his stats are not impressive (he doesn’t qualify to be a buff support).

If you choose Valiant Battle – Crushing Power, you can kill tough enemies with less than 25% health using a single normal attack.

After obtaining the signature functor, Skill 2 can shred Water Resistance, but it’s not worth investing in the signature functor for this modifier.

Aether Gazer Tier List: C Tier Characters

Radiant Feather Hera

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: B
  • Role: Support Carry
  • Element: Fire
  • Resource: Trace
  • Gen-zone: Olympus

Her ultimate can group enemies together, but the damage is lacking. We do not recommend build her.

[Queen of Olympus – Furious Feather] gives her good AoE ability with her ultimate, making her usable in the game’s early stages.

[Heart of Jealousy – Land of the Dawn] and [Heart of Jealousy – Sacred Blaze] provide the Scorch effect throughout the mission and can serve as a buff support for modifiers, such as Ryugiri Kagutsuchi. Ultimate Skillchain with Arctic Abyss Poseidon can replenish the team’s ultimate. As long as Hera doesn’t die, she is a good support and doesn’t require heavy investment.

Because [Heart of Jealousy – Land of the Dawn] can apply the Scorch effect effectively, she enables more damage when enemies are under Scorch. Their fire resistance is also reduced. Therefore, Rahu Asura and Ryugiri Kagutsuchi can deal more damage. If you can manually control and execute perfect dodges, even better (then why not use Airgetlam Nuadha?).

The Nibelungenlied sigil set can help her use her ultimate more frequently and group enemies.

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Drifting Fury Leviathan

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: A
  • Element: Ice
  • Resource: Trace
  • Gen-zone: Asterism

Leviathan is the only modifier capable of removing boss’ control resistance. When combined with a CC modifier, you can effectively freeze the boss in place and increase your damage output. Although we don’t recommend investing heavily in her, removing control resistance can be highly beneficial in certain situations.

Surefire Zenkibo Tengu

  • Aether Gazer Tier List Rank: D
  • Element: Physical
  • Resource: Trace
  • Gen-zone: Shinou

You can put her down first and wait for Shinri Tsukuyomi.

As a starter modifier, you will get a lot of her intel from the event. Her skill design and usage are not as good compared to the other two starter modifiers. You can use her in the transition period at the start of the game.

She needs a signature to perform well in battle; it is not recommended to invest in her.

Poor sustainability. Maybe she needs double trace sets. Not sure.

Tip: When using Chaos Veteran – On and On, cancel Skill 2 animation once she gets a trace and continue normal attacks to maximize damage.

Aether Gazer Tier List Rank Explanation

Now that you’ve read the Aether Gazer tier list, let’s clarify the purpose of each tier and what they signify. This will help you understand the significance of each character’s ranking and make informed decisions when building your team.

S+ Tier Characters

These are the best of the best in the game.

S Tier Characters

S-Tier characters are some of the best characters that Aether Gazer has to offer. These top-notch warriors should be your priority when unlocking and leveling up characters. They can single-handedly carry you through the entire game, and a full party of S-Tier characters will make most endgame content a breeze. Focus on growing their power and watch them dominate the battlefield.

A Tier Characters

A-Tier characters are excellent options for filling gaps in your team when you don’t have enough S-Tier heroes. They’re great in their own right, but they lack a little something compared to their S-Tier counterparts. Use them when necessary, but replace them with S-Tier characters whenever possible.

B Tier Characters

B-Tier characters are solid but unremarkable. They’re useful during the game’s early stages, but their usefulness fades as you progress. Don’t be ashamed to use them, but swap them out for A-Tier and S-Tier characters as you unlock them.

C Tier Characters

C-Tier characters are considered “bad” due to their niche uses and lack of overall strength. They might excel in specific game modes or during certain phases of the game, but they’re mostly useless. Analyze their skills and use them sparingly.

D-Tier Characters

These are the worst characters and aren’t worth investing in.

Aether Gazer Tier List FAQ

What is a tier list?

A tier list is a ranking system that categorizes characters in a game based on their perceived strength, value, or effectiveness. This Aether Gazer tier list ranks characters from S-Tier (the best) to C-Tier (the worst). A tier list aims to help players determine which characters to use throughout the game and provide valuable insights into their strengths and weaknesses.

How did we create our Aether Gazer tier list?

The Aether Gazer tier list results from thorough research and analysis using multiple sources such as the CN wiki, community feedback, expert opinions, and personal experience with the game. We’ve also considered balance changes and updates that may affect the rankings of characters in the game.

When do we update our Aether Gazer tier list?

We continuously update the Aether Gazer tier list to reflect new characters, balance changes, and community feedback. You can expect updates whenever there’s a significant change in the game, such as a new character release or a balance patch.

Conclusion

Our comprehensive Aether Gazer tier list is your ultimate guide to building the perfect team in this thrilling gacha game. By prioritizing S-Tier and A-Tier characters and avoiding lower-tier heroes, you can ensure a formidable party that will dominate the battlefield and enhances your overall gameplay experience.

So, gear up, recruit the best warriors, and embark on an unforgettable adventure in the dystopian world of Aether Gazer! And don’t forget to check back for updates to our Aether Gazer tier list, ensuring you always have the latest information on character rankings.

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Aether Gazer was developed by Yostar Games and is available to play for free on the Google Play Store.