Artery Gear Fusion is the game that has assembled all of your waifus into one place. As a commander, you’ll be leading your powered-up army into battle. To make an ideal composition, however, you’ll want to know about the best characters you can pick from. Artery Gear Fusion has five classes in the game, namely Assault, Balanced, Tactical, and Repair. You will want to pick the best out of all five to create a strong team.
Artery Gear Fusion: Best Characters Ranked
We have taken the liberty to classify heroes by their superiority. The S-Tier heroes are the best ones, while B-Tier is a bit on the lower end but still viable enough to be effective on the field with high utility. But, if you feel like a B-Tier waifu simply can’t leave your roster, then that’s okay; we won’t stop you from choosing her over an S-Tier character. That’s all you, brother.
Sirius is a 5-star Assault character in Artery Gear and at the top of the list of S-Tier characters in the game. With 200+ speed accompanied by a high attack, high crit rate, and damage and the advantage of being able to cycle through her skills very fast.
Her skill 1 will break defense and give a speed buff, past which you can use skill 2 to gain a bonus turn IF you land a crit, and skill 3 has the advantage of consistently hitting with an elemental advantage.
Chihaya is an Assault character in Artery Gear rated 4 stars, which can effectively debuff enemies and break their defenses to allow for bonus damage when she lands critical hits.
Her overall character is easy to build, and you’ll be utilizing her two important stats in the field to gain the advantage over your enemy; her speed and crit rate. You can use her to inflict damage on your enemies or debuff them for your allies.
Hearin is a 5-star support character (Repair) who can heal, cleanse debuffs and improve the action bar for herself or her allies. With a high base defense and strong heals, she’s an all-rounder in both PvE and PvP.
With her by your side, you’ll be able to cycle through her skills quickly, and all three of her skills provide fortification for the enemy team.
The 3-Star Assault character Greer made it to the S-Tier list despite being available on a decent budget. His strengths? Great to have on your side if you’re going out to kill bosses (fairs exceptionally well in PvE against Centaur and Iron Maiden) as he has a good defense break and can apply corrosion to enemies. His downside? He has a low base speed, attack, and no AoE attacks for crowd control.
Senba’s a 4-star Assault character that has abilities to improve her survivability on the field with a passive ability that makes her stronger as her health goes down (damage and speed increase with low health). If you fully gear her, she can tank many hits while dishing out good damage.
The only reason she’s in A-Tier is that she has a low base defense with no utility debuffs, and her third skill lowers her HP by 20% on use.
Ghost is a 5-star Assault Character that can break defense with a 75% chance against buffed units (good against Centaurs). You can use her solely for defense breaks with her skill 1 to help allies increase their DPS output. She can also silence in an AoE with her second skill and take enemies’ buffs away.
However, one big downside of Ghost is that she is very gear dependent and has a low base defense.
Goya is a 4-star Assault character that is great against bosses as she can inflict burn damage and put on the anti-heal debuff. If paired up with other debuff characters, your team can become a powerhouse against the enemy team.
She has a low base speed, and requires to be hit to acquire the attack buff. She’s also countered easily through cleanse and immunity.
A-Tier’s final character Komachi is a four-star Repair (Support) who can keep your DPS alive through her defensive and speed buffs. Moreover, should characters like Goya apply too many debuffs, you can simply use cleanse to counter and keep your allies in the game.
Her single target heal and team-wide defense make her an excellent support, however, with the drawback that she has a low base speed and lacks damage.
Foxy is a 3-star Tactician who will support your team’s DPS by improving their damage through lowering the enemy team’s defense. Moreover, she has a great amount of utility and lowers build requirements for DPS. She does have a low base attack, however, and low base defense with a long cooldown for her skill 3.
Ruri is a 4-star Assault character who works great as a fodder farmer due to his AoE attacks. Additionally, she specializes in PvP, as she can wipe the floor with the enemy team by using her third and second skills in combination. Even without support, she’s a great character to dish out large amounts of damage, but pair her up with a support like Alice, and she becomes unstoppable.
You’ll receive Shinobu for free early-game, but she stands out thanks to her ability to steal buffs from enemies along with a high base attack. She is PvP oriented and one of the best characters you can use at the start. Her only downsides are her low defense and gear requirement to make her viable.
Touka is a 5-star Assault character, yet still is at the bottom of this list primarily due to being very reliant on gear and needing a lot of stats before becoming useful. You’re also going to need a lot of blue units to be able to compete for attention. You can acquire the character for yourself within one month should you happen to buy the high-level AG recruitment card from the weekly Alliance shop.
Those are all characters ranked in accordance with their capabiltiies and utility on the battlefield. Make sure you start off with characters that are lower-tier and slowly grind your way to the top to get some of the S-Tier characters by your side, which will ultimately help you dominate the battlefield.
Don’t try to put all your eggs in one basket and get yourself a one higher-tier hero, make sure your team composition is consistent with the amount you can spend at that moment to avoid ending up with a weak team.