Ragnarok Origin Best Class
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What's the best class in Ragnarok Origin?

Ragnarok Origin is a fairly new MMORPG mobile game that features your typical classes. In Ragnarok Origin, there are six classes and they each have four jobs, two at level two and two at level three, that they can spec into. Jobs aside, which classes are the best in Ragnarok Origin? For that, you’ve come to the right place.

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Best Class in Ragnarok Origin: Class Tier List, Explained

While each class in Ragnarok Origin is fun and viable, there are some classes that are better than others. There are a lot of game modes in Ragnarok Origin which means even the worst class can be great in a specific mode.

Feel free to select any class that looks fun to you, but if you want to play the best class in Ragnarok Origin, we’ve got you covered.

S-Tier Class – Ragnarok Origin

  • Mage

Mage is the best class in Ragnarok Origin because it deals high damage and has amazing AoE abilities. In most game modes, you’ll need a character to take care of multiple enemies grouped together which is where the Mage shines. Mage even does well when fighting individual enemies with a lot of health. Overall, Mage is generally the best in every scenario.

A-Tier Class – Ragnarok Origin

  • Swordsman
  • Merchant

Swordsman is the next best class because it is a sturdy class that can take a lot of hits and deal a lot of damage. If your team needs someone to take the punches, Swordsman is the class to choose. They are also excellent and easy to play on their own.

Merchant is next because, not only are they good when it comes to trading and buying, but they can deal a surprising amount of damage. Merchants are ranged fighters that do well with distance, so keep that in mind. If you play Merchant, you’ll find that the abilities are strong and their charm is even stronger.

B-Tier Class – Ragnarok Origin

  • Acolyte
  • Archer

Acolyte is B-Tier because, while they are insanely useful in team settings, they aren’t great in solo play. Acolytes focus primarily on buffs and healing which means playing solo can be very hard. If you have a team with a Mage and a Swordsman, the Acolyte is an S-Tier choice. However, their abilities overall make them a hard class to play.

Archer is a true B-Tier class because they don’t deal as much damage compared to the Mage, Swordsman, or Merchant. Archers are ranged characters that have some AoE attacks but focus primarily on high damage to single targets. They aren’t bad, there are just better classes.

C-Tier Class – Ragnarok Origin

  • Thief

Last, we have Thief. Thief is still a good class and, thanks to their jobs, can become very powerful. However, Thief is weak because it can only deal high damage to one opponent. While they are fast, they don’t have much health which makes them vulnerable. In PvP, Thiefs are S-Tier, but overall, Thiefs are C-Tier.


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