Superwarguide.com provides you with a comprehensive tier list presenting the heroes in an organized fashion to help you choose the next hero you will master or to help your team effectively build your next game-breaking lineup.
The Tier list is categorized into four areas:
- S tier – Top heroes able to carry games which are often picked or banned both in high tier games and in the pro scene
- A tier – Heroes that do consistently good in games and can still carry but not as easily as S tier heroes. A-tier heroes are often available for picking and are seldomly banned.
- B tier – Heroes which are least picked in games and could be a risky pick. But they can still be useful and strong in the right situations that is why they are called niche picks.
- Off-meta picks – Heroes who are not usually picked for a particular role but could work because of their skillset functions similarly to the particular role.
For Example, Thanos could work as a mid laner even though he is not an energy hero because he can clear lane fast and has high mobility.
REMEMBER: All heroes are strong in their own right and the tier list is subjective to opinion, situation, and the current meta of your server. Feel free to hit us up in the comment section or through our contact page because we value your opinions and suggestions.
Off meta Picks
Best Heroes in Marvel Super War
As you already seen the tier list above. Tier S heroes are the best heros in every situtation. mainly very good in rank pushing at higher rank. Here below i will mention few best heroes from all tiers with little bit of description.
Note – The Tier List made from my analysis and based on game stats. I will be keep on checking and will update list if there is any misplacement of heroes. and your suggestions also most welcome.
Manipulating potential into kinetic energy, Gambit is a Marksman that can easily be mistaken for an Assassin. His burst damage cannot be slept on. Be careful when he has a full stack of cards because his skill 1, Energy Card, can easily take out a large chunk of your HP. Keep spamming his skill 2, Card Strike, to harass enemies and to keep your passive, Energy Transform, up increases his basic attack damage and increase the stack of your Energy Card. Gambit has two mobility skills, Leap Hit and Card Control. His ultra-skill, Card Control, damages everyone around him and makes him jump with invulnerability, and even resets his Energy Card for a deadly kill combo.
Ant-Man is one of the more versatile fighters in Marvel Super War. Eating towers and disrupting team fights are his specialty. His skill 3, Super Soldier, allows him to tank lots of damage while dishing out major damage and waves upon waves of knock-ups. He can zip along the Wakandan battlefield using his skill 2, Ant-sized, which gives him a major speed boost. His ultra-skill, Flying Ant Swarm, makes him team fight beast which damages and slows all enemies around him. Make sure to land his passive, Quantum Ray, to silence his enemies and deal bonus damage. In facing Ant-Man, think twice before fighting him in his Super Soldier form and when his Flying Ant Swarm is activated.
It’s clobberin’ time! The Thing is a tank that could dish out major damage to his enemies. He may have a stony composition but he can move surprisingly fast using his passive, Hard Rock, which allows him to leap towards his target, deal bonus damage, and even slow enemies. He can poke and control enemies from afar using his skill 1, Earthquake. But possibly, his best skill is his 3rd, Quake, which gives him a shield as long as he damages enemies around him while providing him crowd control immunity which can be used to soak up the enemy team’s skills. Of course, his ultra-skill, Boulder Crash, can do game-breaking wonders if timed correctly because of its surprising knock-up effect.
Guiding the heroes to the one possibility of victory out of the million failures, The Sorcerer Supreme serves as a primary protector of the Wakandan Battlefield. Dealing serious damage from afar using the combination of his skill 2, Bolts of Balthakk, and his skill 3, Inter-Dimensional Portal, nobody is safe from Dr. Strange’s powers. Get close to him and he will manipulate time around you using his skill 1, Time Manipulation, making chasing or escape futile. His ultra-skill, Sorcerer Supreme, can reduce a whole team’s HP to almost nothing in a blink of an eye. In facing Dr. Strange, make sure to stock up in energy resistance and make your assassin try to sneak up on him which is a tough task due to his passive, Cloak of Levitation, always ready to save him when he is in a pinch.
Using his drones to confuse and manipulate his enemies, Mysterio is ready to conquer the Wakandan battlefield. He can use his skill 2, Deadly Orbit, and his skill 3, Lethal Element, in quick succession to poke enemies from afar and gather his passive, Perilous Fog, at the same time. When his Perilous Fog reach max charged, he can shoot out an Enhanced Lethal Element which dishes out more than thrice the damage of the basic Lethal element. Mysterio is a crafty villain that can escape the most dangerous situations using his Deadly Orbit to avoid crowd controls and he can use his skill 3, Mirror Illusion, to create an illusion he can switch place with for an easy escape. In addition to that, his ultra-skill, Holographic Assault, can make a hero hallucinate, unable to differentiate friend from foe. Once Mysterio reaches the late-game, he will be able to dish continuous major damage. To defeat Mysterio requires a team who trust each other, that is, having good communication and good teamwork to overcome Mysterio’s tricks.
The black tongue that spreads mischief and evil wherever he goes, Ebony Maw, can tun the tide of the Wakandan Battlefield with his evil whispers and telekinetic powers. Ebony starts his battles by poking enemies with his skill 2, Mindsteal, which damages and enemies and heals allies when enemies are successfully struck by its explosion. Once enemies are put in a State of Confusion due to his passive, Black Tongue, Ebony will be able to enter his enemy’s mind using his skill 1, Psychic Entity, which will slow the enemy and damage it as long as he remains there. In addition to that, Ebony can cast all of his skills while inside an ally or an enemy.
His skill 3, Bewilderment, a single target mind control skill, becomes an area of effect mind control which can turn around a single team fight especially when followed up by his ultra-skill, Dark Burst, which deals burst damage and knocks up affected enemies. Due to the complicated nature of Ebony Maw’s skills, he is hard to master. But a proficient Ebony Maw can control the tide of battle to his favor while his enemies walk towards him helplessly, or should I say, mindlessly?
Cloak & Dagger
The superhero duo, opposites that needs each other appears in the Wakandan battlefield as a hero that excels both in offense and defense. Their passive, Shadowing & skill 1, Light Daggers are amazing poking tools. Light daggers, in particular, has one of the highest energy damage scaling. But it is not even their biggest offensive tool. Their skill 3, Dark Fear, silences then immobilizes enemies. This skill is one of the strongest disruption tool in Marvel Super War, even able to cancel some ultra-skills like Ronan’s Worldshaker.
In the defensive side, Cloak & Dagger’s Living Light making them a living fountain, providing consistent sustain for all her nearby allies and when in a dangerous situation, their ultra-skill, Darkforce Dimension, can pull their ally into the darkforce dimension, rendering them untargetable and heals them for a substantial amount. When there is a cloak and dagger in the enemy team, consider building the anti-heal items, Heimdall Sword or Casket of Ancient Winters. Moreover, Cloak & Dagger’s weakness is their lack of mobility, so make it your assassin’s task to hunt them down.
A good Invisible Woman can keep her enemies on their toes as she is able to roam the map freely without detection thanks to her passive, Without a Trace. Along with her passive invisibility, she has an array of offensive skills that encourages aggressive teamplay such as her skill 1, Psionic Guard, that grants speed boost and shields for her team that is perfect for diving enemy lines. Her skill 2, Psionic Light, ensures a clean pickoff by slowing the marked enemy and stunning it when the mark explodes. Invisible Woman’s ultra-skill, Invisible Force Field, is a big team fight threat, making all her allies invisible while granting a major speed boost plus it has a second phase which damages enemies and imprisoning (rendering them immobile) for two seconds. To counter Invisible Woman requires good team communication and possibly, a reveal tactic user.
The Merc with a Mouth will surely annoy the hell of out his enemies with his arsenal of mobility skills, immunity skills, and crowd controls. Deadpool has the greatest number of skills with 8 actives skills in his belt. In his Dual Blades mode, he is slick and mobile. He can engage using his skill 1, Catch Me If You Can, which can deal an ample amount of damage and skill 3, Ya Can’t Hide, which can knock-up a single target enemy while knocking back and slowing other enemies nearby. He can also safely disengage using his skill 2, Can’t Hit Me, which reduces damage and grants him crowd control immunity while damaging enemies around him while it is active. His ultra-skill in this form is, Bang! Bang! Bang!, which makes him fire two bullets while doing a backflip which grants him the untargetable status and changes his mode into the Dual Pistols mode. In the Dual Pistols mode, he gains all new skills starting with his skill 1, Katana Time!, that deals sizeable amounts of continuous damage in an area.
His skill 3, Fire In The Hole!, can stun enemies in a small radius. While his skill 2, Showoff, increases his attack speed which remains even after switching modes. While in Dual Pistols mode, enemies gain a lethal mark every time Deadpool damages them. With three marks, the enemy is slowed by a considerable amount and when Deadpool switches back to his Dual Blades mode, marked enemies will receive increased damage.
To counter Deadpool, initiate on his while he is in dual pistols mode where he is more vulnerable. And always remember to breathe to keep your cool against the most annoying hero in all of the marvel universes.
The First Avenger is your all-rounder hero. He can play offense, defense, jungler and assassin for your team. But his main purpose is to be a fighter and a jungler. His skill 2, Stars & Stripes, attacks enemies and heals himself at the same time and his ultra-skill, Avenger Vanguard, is very good at singling out enemy cores even far out the backline while giving your allies a speed boost to rally them into a good position advantage during team fights. Captain America is relatively easy to learn but he can carry the game at the same time. He is a hero you definitely must try if you are new to Marvel Super War.
If you want to rank up fast in Marvel Super War, you can’t go wrong with the leader of the Guardians of The Galaxy. Star-Lord is the prime split-pusher in the all of the heroes in Marvel Super War. Using his extreme mobility thanks to his skill 2, Rocket Boost, he can easily be in the top lane and before you know it, he is already pushing in the bottom lane. His skill 1, Let’s Rock, deals good single target damage that scales in both physical attack and attack speed. Making it one of the more scalable marksman skills. Although, you can avoid it by hiding behind your minions. His ultra-skill, Milano Strike, is a tower demolisher, capable of dealing tons of damage to towers in a short amount of time with enemies being able to do nothing but to rush to kill your minions to reactivate their backdoor protection.
In facing Star-Lord, make sure that at least two of your teammates have the Teleport tactic. Do not chase him but try to jump on his when his rocket boost in on cooldown.
Currently, Vision is the only sniper marksman hero in Marvel Super War. His ultra-skill, Solar Energy Beam, is very potent. If your HP is less than 50%, except the tanks, then you better stay away from Vision or hide behind your tanks because one hit from the beam will damage more than half of your HP. Another good part about Vision is you can use his other skills while in the Invincible state. He can clear lanes quickly using his skill 2, Solar Radiation. Save your ultra-skill to kill the enemy’s marksman or assassin while burning the passive granted by your ultra-skill on enemy tanks.
When facing Vision, run horizontally to increase your chance of avoiding his beam.
Thanos is, by far, the rarest hero in Marvel Super War. He is only unlockable through the Collector’s Museum where you have to exchange forty (40) darkshards to obtain The Mad Titan. How much would forty darkshards cost? Everything. Thanos is a fighter hero with extreme difficulty. Extreme difficulty both in using him and in facing him. His passive, Mad Titan, grants him 20% of his maximum HP as a shield practically making him a very tanky fighter. Also, his skills can be upgraded with the Infinity Stones every time he levels up his ultra-skill.
Thanos is extremely mobile who hits hard and even if he is quite tanky, he has the mobility to escape perilous situations. If you are unlucky enough to face Thanos, do not face him 1 versus 1. Always coordinate with your team to take him down as a group.
Yondu has the farthest range among all marksman of Marvel Super War. But it comes with the cost of his basic attack being a skill shot. His skill shot basic attacks are hard to master but every hit counts because of the bonus damage from his passive, Yaka Charge. If you ever get close to Yondu, he will use his skill 2, Ravager Kick, to knock back his enemies and remove all control effects from his as well as give himself a speed boost. Take note of your HP because low HP targets all over Yondu will be executed when he activates his ultra-skill, Arrow Barrage. And his Skill 1, Whistle Charge, will increase the damage of his basic attack even more with the added stun to boot. Whistle Charged basic attack can be used to easily steal Surter or The Black Panther Spirit (also known as The Leviathan) because it deals more damage than the Leech tactic.
If you have a Yondu enemy, do not let him get all of his items because he is an absolute late-game monster and bait his Ravager Kick first because he is vulnerable without it.
The Sorceress Supreme is a pretty tricky energy/fighter hybrid. Her ultra-skill is absolutely game-breaking. Giving map wide vision and the ability to teleport and swap position with an enemy allowing for an easy pickoff under your turret’s location. Once you activate her passive, Peak State, she becomes absolutely unstoppable with her skill 1, Tao Mandala, and skill 2, Illusion Shift, having a lower cooldown. She is an overpowered combination of high damage per second, high mobility, and high sustainability with the only downside of being hard to master. Facing the Sorceress Supreme requires a coordinated team and anti-heal items such as Heimdall Sword or Casket of Ancient Winters.
Pixie is a support hero with tons of utility abilities such as team-wide shields through her skill 3, Fairy Favor, she can blind enemies making their basic attack useless because of her skill 2, Teleportation. And she can slow down enemies and deal poke damage using her passive, Soul Strike, and her skill 1, Dust Explosion. Her ultra-skill, Demon Banishment, can salvage bad position through its wide-ranged Area of Effect Knockback. Do not chase a good Pixie user because she can be extremely slippery. Instead, burst her down while being held down by crowd control.
Ghost is an extremely mobile assassin hero. Most of her skills give her acceleration/mobility. She is extremely difficult to play because she requires precision positioning and chaining skills and one mistake can cost you her life because she is extremely squishy as well. But if you master Ghost, she can easily puzzle enemies and push towers and be anywhere in the map. All of her skills allow her to traverse long distances quickly so give up on any idea of chasing her. Like in other mobile heroes, burst her down while being held down by crowd control.
Angel is another burst down marksman only second to Gambit. He can burst down multiple enemies and can be a tank killer because his upgraded skill 1, Judgement, deals HP based true damage. Unlike most Marksman, he needs to be up close and personal when he uses his ultra-skill, Angel’s Coming, so be careful in being surrounded and burst down by the enemy team.
Hulk is your go-to control based tank/bruiser hero which can deal with major damage while being very tanky himself. Any target caught by the hulk with his skill 1, Jade Giant, is good as dead. Because along with dealing HP based damage, the skill will also bring the enemy near your allies for a good pounding. His other skills also do knock-ups that could be very interrupting for the enemy team. You can never go wrong with Hulk as your tank.