Wonderlands best class – Wonderlands is a fantasy prequel to the already famous title Borderlands while being a sequel to Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep, which was a Borderlands 2 Expansion released back in 2013. Packed with action and RPG Elements, It is a first-person shooter game that features the classic borderlands feel but with a fresh new spin to it.
The world in Wonderlands is open-word and is quite huge. The locations are colorful and are filled with massive, majestic monuments. A couple of new features have made their way to Wonderlands, which will include a character creator, an RPG Styled Skill Tree, and a lot more.
The one thing that will attract Borderlands fans to Wonderlands, is definitely the different classes, and their synergy with each other. So in this guide, I will be talking about the best class in Wonderlands
Best Class or Multiclass in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
Let me begin by saying that I have more or less tried all the classes, by now. And I already have a favorite. If you ask me, the Spore Warden is the best class in Wonderlands, at the moment.
There is no denying, that no matter what you do, in the end, “Gun-focused” characters have always been overpowered in Borderlands games. There was Salvador in Borderlands 2, Fl4k in Borderlands 3, and now we have Spore Warden.
Spore Warden Class Guide
Spore Wardens are Gun and Companion specialists. They can significantly boost the abilities of their companions and allies while laying down withering firepower and slowing advancing enemies with Frost tornadoes. Spore Wardens are all about speed and distance,
The class boosts weapon damage, and literally has a toxin-spewing Mushroom Companion. What else do you need. The Spore Warden Class is all about ranged combat, which is very important for new players. As they cannot just rush towards the bosses, and melt them at point-blank range in 2 seconds. You need proper builds to pull that off. Now, let’s check out the skills and abilities of the Spore Warden, and analyze, what makes this “Fatemaker” so good.
Spore Warden Class Feat
Spore Warden Action Skills
Barrage: The Spore Warden summons an Ethereal Bow, firing 7 arrows that deal Ability Damage on impact. Arrows ricochet twice between nearby enemies.
Barrage has multiple charges. Increases to Gun Damage apply to damage dealt by Barrage.
Blizzard: The Spore Warden creates 3 Frost Cyclones for a duration that seek out nearby enemies, dealing Frost Ability Damage over time.
Spore Warden Passive Skills
|Bounty of the Hunt [5 points max]||Kill-Skill: Action Skill Cooldown Rate is increased for a brief duration|
|Kindred Heart [5 points max]
||Companion Health is increased. Companion Damage is increased|
|Eagle Eye [5 points max]||Weapon Damage is increased. Weapon Handling is increased|
|Affinity [5 points max]||Ability Damage is increased|
|Spore Cloud [1 point max]||Your Mushroom Companion will occasionally let one rip, Taunting enemies and leaving a Poison Cloud that deals damage over time|
|Bullseye [5 points max]||Weapon Critical Hit Chance is increased. Companion Critical Hit Chance is increased|
|Quiver of Holding [3 points max]||Magazine Size is increased. The Spore Warden’s currently equipped weapon regenerates ammo over time.|
|Medicinal Mushroom [1 point max]||While the Spore Warden is in Save Your Soul, their Mushroom Companion will attempt to revive them. If it does, you and your Companion gain increased damage dealt for a duration|
|Windrunner [3 points max]||Kill-Skill: Increased Movement Speed and Fire Rate for a duration. This effect can stack|
|Thrill of the Hunt [3 points max]||Weapon Critical Hits grant increased Companion Damage for a duration. This effect can stack up to 10 times|
|Called Shot [3 points max]||While aiming down sights, the Spore Warden gains an ever-increasing amount of increased Weapon Damage and Damage Reduction|
|Wrath of Nature [3 points max]||Whenever the Spore Warden deals Ability Damage to an enemy, the affected enemy takes increased Damage from all sources for a duration.|
|Headhunter [1 point max]||Weapon Damage dealt to Critical Hit Areas is increased.|
|Play the Angles [1 point max]||The Spore Warden’s Weapon Critical Hits have a chance to Ricochet, dealing reduced Ability Damage to a nearby enemy. Ricocheted shots have a small chance to ricochet an additional time.|
If you are wondering which class you should pair with the Spore Warden, I would say the Brr-Zerker is the way to go.
The Spore Warden focuses on Poison damage and Cryo damage, and you can increase the Cryo or Frost damage even further, by pairing him with the Brr-Zerker. You will be able to deal increased damaged to “slowed” enemies. You will get increased movement speed, as well.
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Last Updated on March 26, 2022
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