Best Warriors in Epic Seven

18 Best Warriors in Epic Seven

Warriors are the tough guys in the world of Epic Seven.

They can deal and take a lot of damage.

Over the years, Bruiser Gang has gotten a lot of attention because it doesn’t need as much gear as Speed Gear, which needs high rolls.

But which of the Warrior heroes are the best?

Let’s find out.

18. Holiday Yufine

Rarity: 5*
Element: Fire

Best Warriors in Epic Seven

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She is the best way to fight team compositions that like to make the team less ready for battle, like Basar openers.

Other than that, she is a good burn unit for PvE that can get through a lot of enemies quickly.

She is a great support unit because she is very good at getting rid of debuffs. If you build a high attack stat, you can also use her to put on burns.

17. Lilibet

Rarity: 5*
Element: Earth

Lilibet is a great PvP hero because she can do a lot of damage to her enemies and help herself out at the same time.

Her ability to wipe out enemies is one of her best traits, because it’s so annoying when enemies or allies can come back to life.

She is a normal 5* covenant summon, so getting her and building her isn’t too hard.

Developers of Epic Seven often give away selection tickets, so Lilibet is for you if you need a good Earth warrior to take on those annoying revivers or ice element teams.

16. Judge Kise

Rarity: 5*
Element: Light

The Judge Kise moonlight blessing is a great choice for PvE and has some uses in PvP.

People don’t think much of Judge Kise right now because there are a lot of heroes who do her job better.

Still, she used to be the talk of the town, and there’s no doubt that she’ll get there again.

15. Lena

Rarity: 5*
Element: Fire

Lena is your free-to-play farming warrior, and you should get her as soon as you start the game.

When she kills a unit, her third skill starts over. This makes her great for killing waves with low health.

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Along with connection heroes like A.Momo, Angelica, and Furious and must-haves for selective summons like Muwi and Sigret, Lena completes a good ice team for Wyvern farming.

14. General Purrgis

Rarity: 4*
Element: Light

General Purrgis is one of the most annoying units to play against because he makes it hard for the other player to use attacks that affect a large area.

When he is attacked, he moves the whole team, which makes it very dangerous to go after him in battle.

And General Purrgis works well as a Wyvern 13 tank because he can make your whole team more ready for battle.

13. Kitty Clarissa

Rarity: 4*
Element: Light

Kitty Clarissa is a good pick for heavy debuff teams because she can remove effects from a wide area and has a high resistance.

She is also important for floors 111–120 of the Abyss, along with the Taranor Guard.

Even though she’s not the best Warrior ever made, she does a great job in her own little area.

12. Luna

Rarity: 5*
Element: Ice

Luna has gone from being at the top of the meta to the bottom to the middle again.

She used to be thought of as the best DPS for Wyvern 11 and Abyss as a whole.

But the addition of Wyvern 13 and the need to deal debuffs made Luna less useful because her third skill had a long cooldown.

But, thanks to some buffs and her Exclusive Equipment, she is now a great nuker who can kill revivers before soul burning to do the most damage possible on the extra turn that follows.

11. Lionheart Cermia

Rarity: 5*
Element: Light

Lionheart Cermia is our first AOE defense-penetration semi-cleaver, which is a nice addition for those who like to do a lot of damage.

Lionheart Cermia is a mix of a bruiser and a cleaver. Her defensive scaling keeps her from being seen as a glass cannon.

Still, we wish Cermia from the Chaos Sect had come out instead.

10. Sigret

Rarity: 5*
Element: Ice

In PVP, Sigret isn’t very useful.

But the fact that she is Wyvern 13’s best DPS makes her a must-have on this list.

For late-game gear farming, you’ll spend most of your time on Wyvern 13, which is arguably the most important hunt (or even the most important piece of PVE content in the game).

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And that’s what makes her special.

Sigret’s huge DPS and multiple debuffs make her great for standard and one-shot Wyvern 13 farming.

9. Straze

Rarity: 5*
Element: Dark

Straze is a good cleaver in a world full of anti-cleavers.

He is great for dealing with F.Cecis and A.Ravis because he can break the defence of the most tanky member of the enemy team.

And his kit comes with a lot of useful things.

With his skill two, he can not only make himself invincible, but he can also remove buffs.

8. Hwayoung

Rarity: 5*
Element: Ice

Even though he just got out of prison, Hwayoung is already making a name for himself as a dedicated nuker, like heroes like ML Khawazu.

The fact that Hawayoung can kill any unit she wants makes her very useful in the current meta (as of this writing).

Time will tell if she is still useful after people have had a chance to figure her out…

But right now, she’s worth the time and money.

7. Designer Lillibet

Rarity: 5*
Element: Dark

Designer Lillibet is in a really good place now that she has her buffs.

Her ability to remove buffs, reset cooldowns, and heal herself makes her a good choice for teams with a lot of debuffs.

If only (excuse the pun) more balance adjustments could be as balanced as Dillibet.

6. Rem

Rarity: 5*
Element: Ice

This choice might need some explanation.

Any hero from Rem would easily be at the top of this list, since they always stop AOE attacks.

Your Rem is a little too tired for you to put her any higher, though…

Even without the jokes, the fact that Rem can win the game without you even having to press a button shows how broken she is.

But her AOE counter and passive Demon Mode make her the best RTA threat in the game.

5. Little Queen Charlotte

Rarity: 5*
Element: Light

LQC will either be very good or very bad, depending on the meta and whether or not Dark units are popular.

At the time this was written, we were in a meta with a lot of Dark, which lets LQC shine.

Dark units take a lot of damage from LQC, and when it attacks Dark enemies, it also hurts other Dark enemies nearby.

In a world with tanky A.Ravi, A.Meru, and F.Ceci, you’ll be glad that LQC can get you out of trouble.

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4. Mediator Kawerik

Rarity: 5*
Element: Dark

Kawerik started out in E7 as nothing but a meme, and most people thought he was one of the worst ML 5* heroes in the whole game.

But now he is one of the best units in the entire RTA.

After some buffs, he became a member of Epic Seven and learned about the “seven great disasters.” golf clap

Kawerik is a good pseudo-support hero who can remove debuffs from his team and deal big damage and crippling debuffs himself.

3. Apocalypse Ravi

Rarity: 5*
Element: Dark

A.Ravi used to be a pretty standard tank, but now he’s a fear on the RTA scene.

She can take hits better than anyone else.

And because she has a skill that hurts, A.Ravi can take on whole teams by herself (granted it may take some time).

A.Ravi’s skill three lets her bring a unit back to life, so it’s only a matter of time before she wins any battle, assuming you don’t have a way to kill her.

2. Conqueror Lilias

Rarity: 5*
Element: Light

Conqueror Lilias is the newest member of the Golden Girls in E7. She is next to Belian and Angel of Light Angelica.

The speed of Cilias makes her a great first player.

And because her kit can be used in many ways, she is a good first pick in RTA.

But her vigour buff, which gives everyone in the group more attack and defence, is really what puts Cilias over the edge.

Yes, Cilias is one of the most broken ML 5* units we’ve seen in a long time.

1. Rimuru

Rarity: 5*
Element: Earth

Collaboration and Limited units are always at the top of people’s list of things they hate.

First there was Dizzy, then Seaside Bellona, then Rem, and now there is Rimuru.

Rimuru is one of the “Seven Great Disaster Heroes” from Epic Seven, and it’s easy to see why.

Rimuru’s second and third skills, which let him steal buffs, are great on their own.

But the fact that his second skill can trigger on counterattacks and that his third skill also does 10,000 set damage makes him very powerful.

We’re very sorry that you missed out on Rimuru in favour of Milim.