Thieves are like glass cannons that deal damage in short bursts. They like to do a lot of damage quickly before slipping back into the shadows.
Thieves in E7 are often the fastest units in the game, and almost every Thief can do well on a variety of builds, from Counter to Lifesteal to Critical Hit Damage.
So, let’s look at everything and talk about the best Thieves in all of Epic Seven, no matter what they do.
Sez is great at killing bosses because he always has extra attacks to back up his main ones.
Heroes who can use “unhealable” are actually very strong against some bosses in the Abyss or against some PvP teams.
You’ll need him to be quick and have a strong punch.
Haste is a popular and unique Thief hero who can destroy heroes from Earth.
Because he causes bleeding and does a lot of damage, he is good against other things.
Vampiric Touch is a debuff that heals any ally who attacks the target of the debuff by 10%.
Haste’s ability to restore health gives a high-damage kit a nice amount of sustain.
Your premiere budget Wyvern DPS: If Alexa is wearing Daydream Joker, she completely destroys every Wyvern boss.
If her skill 1 is a critical hit, she will attack again, which will cause her artefact to trigger again. Insane damage.
Aim for at least 270% crit damage and a good amount of attack.
Alexa is only useful for Wyvern.
Muwi is a great choice for new accounts because he can make Wyvern 13 lose health and defence.
Not to mention that Muwi gets even stronger when he is on a team made up of only Ice units.
If you put Muwi with Lena, Angelica/A. Momo, and Sigret, Wyvern 13 won’t have any more problems.
Baiken’s kit seems to want her to be an opener because her skills make her more ready for combat.
But because her base speed is so slow, this is a very tall order.
Baiken, on the other hand, is the best one-shot Banshee hero and can make it easy to get Bruiser units.
13. Tempest Surin
These days, Tempest Surin doesn’t get played much.
But she used to be scary.
She is a great damage dealer because she can go stealth, get rid of debuffs, get ready for battle faster, and take hits when her health is above 50%.
Even though she’s no longer the best, she’s still a good second choice for DPS.
12. Blood Blade Karin
Even though BBK got a buff that makes her invincible at the start of the fight, this doesn’t help her cleave ability much in a world where Rems and Belians can counterattack and take it away in seconds.
Still, BBK can be a great cleaver if you’re fast enough. She can also deal with units that come back to life, like Arbiter Vildred, because she gets an extra turn when she kills a hero with her skill three.
BBK is also great in Banshee, where she can be used to AOE-cleave the first wave of enemies before doing just enough damage to the boss to get ready for Baiken’s one-shot.
11. Crescent Moon Rin
Rin is still a great turn one opener because she can steal buffs and stun high-priority units.
In this way, someone like Rimuru is more versatile than she is, but she gives up damage and bulk for more speed.
So, Rin is a great way to start a conversation, and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.
10. Assassin Cidd / Assassin Coli
Since these two heroes pretty much do the same thing, they will share the same spot.
Assassin Cidd would come first if we had a gun to our heads.
But Coli and Cidd are both made to take the first turn and get rid of a threat from the enemy.
You either want to get rid of the opponent’s first-turn combat readiness pusher or the main DPS threat.
9. Spirit Eye Celine
Spirit Eye Celine needs a lot of work, but if you build her right, she can do great things for your team.
If you don’t stop her, her third skill, which gives her invulnerability and an AOE revive, will make her a problem on your way to Master rank RTA.
A lot of her kit depends on Dust Devil’s effects and basic attacks that work. But when they hit, there won’t be much left standing.
During the Auxiliary Lots meta, Celine was played a lot.
When people figured out how to deal with her, they started drafting more Kayrons, Tempest Surins, and Summertime Iserias to keep her away.
But because of her unique items and buffs, she is being played more than ever before, and people are looking more at her stealth EE than at her targeted EE.
Celine does very well against the best picks right now, such as Ran and Peira.
So she is a very good choice now.
7. Remnant Violet
Many people think that Riolet is in a bad place right now.
But if, FOR ONCE IN HIS GOD FORSAKEN LIFE, he gets away with something, he’s still a really good unit.
He is great for a lifesteal build because his skill three gives him natural defence penetration and he can run away from danger.
Add to that an artefact that helps you avoid attacks, and start praying that you can avoid that key hit.
Kise is a fast opener who can kill a single unit or, at the very least, reset their cooldowns, which makes them useless.
Like her ML version, Kise gives up the AOE reset in exchange for being faster and doing more damage.
She is a great opener who can also use stealth to deal consistent damage to her team.
5. Closer Charles
Closer Charles does a lot of damage to an area of effect.
Other Thieves try to take the first turn or kill an important enemy target. Closer Charles, on the other hand, just wants to cut, cut, cut.
Closer Charles also has an evade, which gives him a little bit of defense to go with his glass cannon kit.
Here’s why Ran is a great way to start a story:
But he needs some kind of help to keep going after his attacks.
When Summertimes Iseria is used with it, Ran becomes one of the best thieves in all of Epic Seven.
It wouldn’t be too surprising if his third skill cut through the enemy team by accident.
Peira is also used as an opener, just like Ran.
But, unlike Ran, the debuffs she deals make her useful even if she doesn’t have a secondary opener or a pusher for combat readiness.
Peira’s trick is that she can escort.
When you add in the huge shield she gets, you can see how she could become a really big threat.
Violet is a problem in a (nearly) perfect game.
Okay, jokes aside, we can’t tell you how frustrating it is to wipe out an entire enemy team only to be 1v4’d by an enemy Violet.
Violet is one of the most powerful heroes in Epic Seven’s PVP meta because of his lifesteal, insane damage, counter attacks, and smug grin.
1. Arbiter Vildred
These days, Arbiter Vildred isn’t used as much.
His damage isn’t as good as that of other heroes who don’t care about defence (like Lionheart Cermia or Straze). And Extinction or Blood Moon Haste are hard to use against him.
But Arby is still the most flexible character in the game when you look at everything that is in Epic Seven.
Because he is a great addition to RTA teams with weak cleaves. Not to mention that his Moonlight Dreamblade counter build can be a huge pain.
Arby is also the fastest farmer in the game, which can speed up both the story and events.
He is good at Hunts, and he and Specter Tenebria are often on the same Azimanak 13 team.
He also does well in a few Abyss stages where first skills are needed to hit more than one enemy (again, alongside Specter Tenebria).
Even though Arby isn’t as strong as he used to be, he is still the most useful Thief, and in some ways, the most useful hero in general.