Brawlhalla Legends Tier List – February 2023

It's a brawl to be the best.

The free-to-play fighting game Brawlhalla first hit shelves back in 2017. That being said, Blue Mammoth Games’ incredible fighter has only grown since its release. Now fans are flocking in droves to play this incredible title. If you want to be the best, however, you are going to want to choose the best legend. Check out the tier list below to determine which legend is right for you.

Tier List Descriptions

  • Tier S — These legends are dominantly powerful. You can never go wrong by choosing one of these characters.
  • Tier A — These legends are strong. While not the strongest of the legends, these characters are still generally popular picks.
  • Tier B — These legends are average. Not the strongest or the weakest of the bunch, these legends are consistently adequate.
  • Tier C — These legends are often less popular picks within the current meta. Some of these legends are still strong, but require more experience to truly utilize.
  • Tier D — These legends are considered the least powerful among the roster. Often the least popular picks within the current meta, it is generally best to stay clear of these characters.
Image credit to and Blue Mammoth Games

This tier list was last updated to reflect ranked season 14 and the changes made within the recent update (Patch 3.48) and the release of the latest character Vector. It has received a major update in Winter 2022.


  • Scarlet
  • Teros
  • Ulgrim
  • Orion
  • Sir Roland
  • Gnash


  • Lord Vraxx
  • Petra
  • Brynn
  • Queen Nai
  • Zariel
  • Thor
  • Sentinel
  • Kor
  • Vector


  • Azoth
  • Wu Shang
  • Ragnir
  • Barraza
  • Diana
  • Sidra
  • Ember
  • Kaya
  • Rayman


  • Ada
  • Cassidy
  • Xull
  • Thatch
  • Artemis
  • Val
  • Cross
  • Fait
  • Mordex
  • Caspian
  • Mirage
  • Nix


  • Jhala
  • Lucien
  • Asuri
  • Bödvar
  • Hattori
  • Dusk
  • Yumiko
  • Koji
  • Isaiah
  • Jiro
  • Lin Fei

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