Solo Leveling Arise Hunters
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Solo Leveling Arise Hunter Weapon tier list

The best weapons for the best hunters.

In Solo Leveling Arise, your Hunter Weapons are incredibly important. They’ll dictate your team’s damage and will provide them with skills for the fight, so make sure to choose the right ones. This guide should help with that.

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All Solo Leveling Arise Hunter Weapons, ranked

There are 26 Hunter Weapons in Solo Leveling Arise for you to equip your Hunters with. As you’ll be spending a lot of time clearing gates for XP (provided you have enough Gate Keys), and some can only be cleared by your Hunters. So you’ll have to take good care of them if you want to succeed.

I’ve made this tier list from general popular opinion and from looking at the weapons’ stats, so you’ll know what the community is thinking right now. Many minds are better than one, after all. Although remember that the best tier list is the one you make yourself.

However, in this case, the weapons in the lower ranks are objectively worse. The best weapons are SSR rank weapons, so you’ll have a difficult time drawing for them. So just keep trying and you’ll get one eventually!

S-Tier

The following weapons are objectively the best in Solo Leveling Arise. They’re pretty hard to get, but if you’re lucky, you should equip your Hunters with them immediately. Nary a foe will withstand you now.

  • Unparalleled Bravery
  • On a Different Level
  • Solid Logic

A-Tier

These weapons in Solo Leveling Arise are good. A team fully equipped with these weapons will do well against almost any opponent out there – provided they’re leveled and powerful. If you manage to draw any of these weapons, then you can smile about it.

  • Intercept
  • A Gentle Touch
  • Suppressed White Tiger’s Soul
  • Night-Thoughts
  • The Sword of Light
  • Howling White Tiger’s Soul
  • Eternal Slumber
  • Equivalent Exchange

B-Tier

Ancient Grimoire In Solo Leveling Arise
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If you score any of these weapons in a draw, try to level them and use them right away. There are many better weapons, but there are also way more that are way worse.

  • Steel Dagger
  • Steel Axe
  • Ancient Grimoire

C-Tier

These weapons are common like the tier below them, however, they are typically more useful. You’ll want to move on from them as soon as you can, although when starting, they’re pretty good picks if you draw them.

  • Steel Shield
  • Steel Bow
  • Steel Staff
  • Steel Longsword
  • Essence of Magic

D-Tier

These weapons are objectively the worst ones in Solo Leveling Arise. That makes sense, considering they’re incredibly common. They’re alright for when you’re getting started but don’t hold on to them for too long.

  • Hatchet
  • Staff
  • Sword
  • Dagger
  • Bow
  • Shield

Now that you’re aware of the best, and the worst, Hunter Weapons in Solo Leveling Arise, you can go forth and try to draw them.


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