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Call of Dragons Tier List: Best Heroes [June 2024]

This is a Call of Dragons tier list. An updated Call of Dragons tier list that ranks the best heroes in the game.

Call of Dragons Tier List

Call of Dragons Tier List Guide

Call of Dragons is a mobile strategy game by Farlight Games, the creators of Dislyte and AFK Journey. The game is set in a fantasy world where players can build their kingdom, train their army, and battle other players to become the ultimate ruler.

We’ve created a Call of Dragons tier list for each hero in the game. They’re ranked based on their performance in PvE and are classified into various tiers based on their effectiveness in said game modes. Here’s a breakdown of the tier rankings:

  • S+ Tier: Overpowered
  • S Tier: Very Strong
  • A Tier: Good
  • B Tier: Average
  • C Tier: Weak
  • D Tier: Useless

Tier List Changelog & Notes:

  • Note: Make sure to redeem Call of Dragons codes for in-game freebies.
  • August 31st Changelog: The Call of Dragons tier list has been updated.

Call of Dragons Tier List

Updated: August 31, 2023
Adjusted the ratings in the Call of Dragons tier list, and added the missing hero summaries.

One of the most important aspects of Call of Dragons is choosing the right heroes. They’re the backbone of your army, and they will determine your success on the battlefield. There are many heroes to choose from, so knowing which ones are the best can be difficult. That’s where this Call of Dragons tier list comes into play.

This Call of Dragons tier list will rank the best heroes in the game based on their overall strength and usefulness. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned veteran, this tier list will help you choose the right heroes for your army.


LegendaryWilderburgHosk is one of the strongest commanders in Call of Dragons. He provides a buff to allies that increases all of their stats, and the added legion capacity that he gives makes him a no-brainer for rallying.

LegendarySpringwardensEmrys' active skill is really strong and deals high damage to the enemy. When entering a battle, he gains increased rage generation, making him even stronger. He can only really be paired with cavalry to perform as a top-tier unit, though.

LegendaryLeague of OrderMadeline can provide an attack and shield bonus. Her anti-swarming technology and increased legion capacity are also very useful, making her a top-tier unit right now.

LegendaryLeague of OrderLiliya is currently very easy to obtain and provides high area damage. She is exceptional to use against Darklings / Dark Creatures due to her passive skills.

LegendaryWilderburgBakshi has a very strong kit overall. He provides very high single-target damage and some powerful buffs. His only weakness would be a lack of AoE damage.

LegendaryLeague of OrderNico provides some decent damage and debuffs, but his true value comes from his engineering tech buff. He is a great hero to have, but he shouldn't be the main focus of your investments.

LegendarySpringwardensVelyn has an overall solid kit, and is very strong in the open field.

LegendaryLeague of OrderTheia provides very strong shields and buffs, making her a top-tier support hero. She's not so great on her own, though, and has pretty low damage.

LegendarySpringwardensGarwood can heal damaged units and has great survivability. However, his damage is very low. He's best paired with a high-damage, low-survivability hero.

EpicSpringwardensAlwyn has a good kit that provides high direct damage, a DoT, and a march debuff for enemies.

LegendaryLeague of OrderNika excels at single-target damage. Her main strength though is her ability to reduce an enemy's HP by 30%

EpicSpringwardensGwanwyn is one of the highest epic damage dealers. However, he passive skills are pretty poor, and most legendary heroes will outshine her.

EpicLeague of OrderWaldyr is one of the best starting faction heroes and is pretty good in the open field.

EpicLeague of OrderEliana is a good hero to have in your legion to make it tougher.

EpicLeague of OrderAlistair is probably one of the better Epic heroes, he deals decent direct damage, and provides a useful buff when attacking other cities.

EpicWilderburgKregg provides a great buff, and deals decent direct and area damage. However, his other passives require very specific triggers, such as building things and only using flying units.

EpicLeague of OrderAtheus is a decent open field brawler, with his passives proving rage regen and healing if using all flying units.

EpicWilderburgBakhar has a decent kit for damage and debuffs. The main issue he has is that his passives require very specific things to activate.

EpicWilderburgMainly used for gathering resources.

EliteWilderburgMainly used for gathering resources.

EliteLeague of OrderMainly used for gathering resources.

EliteWilderburgMainly used for gathering resources.

LegendarySpringwardensMainly used for gathering resources.

Call of Dragons Tier List: Disclaimer

We’ve made this Call of Dragons tier list to help players progress through the game faster. However, as with any tier list, the hero ratings should be taken with a grain of salt. They’re purely based on our opinion—and what worked for us may not work for you.

If you like the way a certain character looks, then play it! It isn’t always about dominating the meta. Play the game for fun.

We recommend using our Call of Dragons tier list as a starting point for your own explorations within the game. Experiment with different team compositions, hero builds, and strategies to uncover what works for you.

In conclusion, this Call of Dragons tier list guide aims to serve as a compass, not a map. We’ll work hard to keep it updated with the latest meta shifts in both PvE and PvP. However, there are many different ways to play the game, and ultimately, it is up to the individual player to decide which heroes they want to play.

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