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Project Mugetsu: Best clan – tier list

What's the best clan in Project Mugstesu?

There are many clans in Project Mugstesu. Most Clans have their own buffs, although not all, so it’s important to know which ones are the best for you to be a part of. The better the clan, the better the buff.

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Best clan in Project Mugetsu, ranked

The best clans in Project Mugetsu follow the clans’ individual rarity rate. There are six clan rarities, the best clans are the hardest to get.

Here are the clan rarities in Project Mugetsu:

  • War Powers – 0.1%
  • Mythic  1%
  • Legendary  4%
  • Rare – 10%
  • Uncommon  25%
  • Common – 60%

The best clans in Project Mugetsu are the War Powers clans, and then Mythic, Legendary, Rare, Uncommon, and Common in descending order. As is typical of such Roblox games, the best clans are incredibly rare to get.

Roblox Project Mugetsu Shikai Tier List
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Here is a tier list of all the Clans in Project Mugetsu:

S-tier

  • Urahara
  • Kurosaki
  • Gojo
  • Ichibei

If you’re lucky enough to score one of these clans in Project Mugetsu, then you’ve used up all your luck for the year. They are stupidly rare, but their buffs are a significant boon in battle, and you’ll find yourself really taking it to your enemies. you’ll be practically unstoppable.

A-tier

  • Yamamoto
  • Uryu
  • Yhwach
  • Aizen
  • Cifer

These are the next best clans in Project Mugetsu. They are incredibly rare, but their buffs are equally incredible. Honestly, if I were to score one of these clans, I would not reroll it out of fear of never getting something as good again.

B-tier

  • Hitsugaya
  • Shihoin
  • Unohana
  • Hisagi
  • Ichimaru
  • Jaegerijaquez

The four B-Tier clans are the four clans in Legendary Clans. These clans are terribly rare to get, but their buffs reflect it. Some may be a little niche, but they will all help you out considerably.

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C-tier

  • Amagi
  • Iba
  • Ishpda
  • Sarugaki
  • Amagai
  • Valkyrie
  • Hirako
  • Kira
  • Ushoda

All of these average clans are rare. Independently, they will all give you a decent buff that’s not to be shrugged off. Due to how hard it is to get another clan better than this, it’s understandable why sticking with one of these clans is compelling.

D-tier

  • Sado
  • Dokugamine
  • Inoue
  • Yukio
  • Muguruma
  • Ginjo
  • Shishigawara
  • Tsukishima
  • Thomeaux
  • Yodomaru
  • Kotetsu
  • Kutsuzawa
  • Kuchiki
  • Kyoraku
  • Zaraki

The D Tier clans are all the Uncommon Clans in Project Mugetsu. These clans are the easiest to get and, ultimately, don’t provide a lot of buffs. Although each clan has a handful of small buffs, so at least they’re not completely useless.

And that’s all the clans in Project Mugetsu, ranked from best to worst. I hope you’re lucky enough to pull a good one! While rolling for clans, why don’t you check out the new Fullbring class?


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