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Warcraft Rumble is the new Blizzard mobile action strategy free-to-play game where players collect an assortment of “minis” from the Warcraft universe to take into battle in both PvE and PvP formats. Blizzard is launching the game officially to the global public market at Blizzcon 2023 on the weekend of November 3rd.
Since Warcraft Rumble is so new, our tier list will be changing and adapting rapidly as we gather more information from testing, but this will include our current thoughts on the overall ranking of each Mini collected from internal private beta testing.
Our current grading method will reflect how generally useful and beginner-friendly a Mini is overall in both PvE and PvP, without taking talents into consideration. This is because Talents are special upgrades for each Mini that will take players a while to acquire and can’t be reliably counted on when the game is so new.
It is also worth clarifying that just because a Mini is rated lower on a tier list, does not mean that you should never consider using it. There are certain PvE maps, or certain Leader PvP decks, where a Mini can absolutely make sense and synergize well especially if you ended up with a higher levelled, more developed version of that Mini on your specific account.
Deck Leaders are denoted in italics, and at the start of their respective tier. Leaders can only be the featured Mini of a deck and never be played with other Leaders.
It is important to keep in mind that these are early impressions and by no means set in stone. As a new player to the game it is important to improve your collection level so keep that in mind when considering where you spend resources in the game.