Call Of Dragons Tier List – March 2023

Feature image for our Call Of Dragons tier list. It shows a character screen with Waldyr The Ice Mage in a blue robe. Other character faces are shown on the left.

Spoiled for choice in Call Of Dragons? Well, you’ve come to the right place. In our Call Of Dragons tier list, we rank all of the characters into tiers, S is the best, and D is the worst. We’ll keep it updated as often as new characters drop, and alongside balance changes. So, bookmark this page and check back for reference.

Call Of Dragons is a fantasy MMO tactical game where you lead huge armies of fantastical creatures into battle with other players. Make use of the terrain and your units to outfox the other forces and rule the battlefield.

You can find Call Of Dragons available on Google Play. Building more RPG team rosters? Take a look at our Eternal EvolutionDear, Ella, and Memento Mori tier lists.

Call Of Dragons Tier List

Now, let’s take a look at the rankings.


The best of the best.

  • Emrys
  • Hosk
  • Liliya
  • Nico
  • Waldyr


Very good workhorse characters.

  • Eliana
  • Garwood
  • Gwanyn
  • Madeline
  • Theia


Solid and dependable.

  • Alistair
  • Alywn
  • Atheus
  • Kregg
  • Nika
  • Pan


Useful situationally.

  • Bakhar
  • Chakcha
  • Kella
  • Ordo



  • There are no D-tier characters right now, check back soon!

Call Of Dragons Tier List FAQ

Now that you’ve seen the tiers and characters, let’s tackle questions.

How do Our Tiers Work?

Our tiers run from best to worst and rank the general usefulness of the characters.

  • S Tier: The must-have characters. If you can get hold of one, don’t hesitate. Prioritize grabbing these ones if you can.
  • A Tier: These are excellent performers and will make a great addition to your lineup. They might not be as desirable as the S Tier, but they’re definitely worth your time.
  • B Tier: Solid characters that can pull their weight. They won’t hold you back but are probably worth swapping out if something better comes along. 
  • C Tier: Underachievers who won’t hold up terribly well, unless you have them for a specific use.
  • D Tier: Practically useless. Avoid like the plague.

How Did We Decide on the Rankings?

We try and draw from a number of sources when composing tier lists. We draw lists from our own gameplay, but the aim is to try and create lists that cater to as broad a range of playstyles as possible. For that reason, we also like to draw information from other players’ rankings within the game community. 

When Do We Update Our Call Of Dragons Tier List?

We try and update the list regularly to reflect new character release and rebalances. For that reason, it’s best to check back from time to time if you want to know the latest ranking.  Keep an eye on the official website for news on updates.

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