Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Best Multiclass Combinations

What's the best multiclass combo in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands?

In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, Multiclass is a feature that lets players combine two different classes, granting access to both sets of skills and unique abilities. There are six available classes, and players can create up to five class combinations.

You get to choose your primary class after customizing your Fatemarker. To unlock the multiclass, players need to spend a minimum of 10 hours in the game and complete most of the main story up till the “Emotion of the Ocean” mission. Once achieved, players can choose a secondary class.

The secondary class remains permanent until the game’s completion. After finishing the game, they gain the flexibility to freely change their secondary class. While any combination is possible, some classes synergize better, and in this article, we shall help you identify the best Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Multiclass combinations.

1. BrrReaver (Ber-Zerker/Graveborn Combo)

brreaver combo

Graveborn class allows players to sacrifice their health to launch devastating dark magic attacks. This ability frequently leaves you in low health and can be fatal if a hoard of enemies surrounds you.

Ber-Zerker’s line of attack depends upon slowing the enemy down with frost and then using a heavy melee attack while they are slow. Additionally, the Dreadwind ability allows you to get out of a jam when enemies surround you.

By combining Graveborn and Ber-Zerker, you can easily deal heavy damage, and when you are low on health, you can use Ber-Zerker’s abilities to get out of there.

The Demi-Lich companion also comes in handy when you are in a fix.

2. GloomBringer (Graveborn/Clawbringer Combo)

gloombringer combo

Being two of the best classes put together as one; this is arguably one of the strongest combos used in Tiny Tina’s Wonderland. The Graveborn + Clawbringer Combo will kill off an enemy’s health within a short period, making them an overpowered class combo.

On one side, we have Graveborn; despite using up all its health over time, it can still manage to pull out enhanced attacks that will destroy enemy targets. On the other side, you have Clawbringer; a warrior class that calls fire and thunder from the sky upon their targets to deal damage, leaving the enemy incapable of dealing attacks

3. Hexecutioner (Clawbringer/Spellshot Combo)

hexecutioner combo

This is probably one of the most versatile class combos you’ll use in the game. Using Clawbringer and Spellshot together will destroy the enemy, wiping out their entire existence on the battlefield with ease. Clawbringer is one powerful class, its main damage input is based upon elector and pyro while Spellshot on the other hand are wizards that will go as far as converting their opponents into animals just to assist Clawbringer, resulting in an Elite class combo that no one dares to cross paths with.

4. Sporceror (Spellshot/Spore Warden Combo)

Sporceror combo

Another great combination is Spellshot and Spore Warden. The Spellshot class relies heavily on spells and magic. It is a difficult class to master for beginners as you have to keep an eye on the cooldowns constantly.

Spore Warden is one of the most versatile classes in the game. The majority of the abilities of the Spore Warden class rely heavily on distance and speed. The frost tornadoes will cause panic amongst enemies.

Pairing Spellshot and Spore Warden will allow us to overcome the shortcomings of each class’s abilities. Spellshot class has a cooldown timer for most of its spells.

This is where Spore Warden’s Mushroom Companion ability comes into play. It will distract enemies, allowing you to regroup and refresh your spells. After unlocking the ‘War Caster’ skill, the ‘Sever the Thread’ skill will allow you to instantly reload your gun and refresh your spells after you get a critical hit or a kill. You won’t ever have to manually reload your gun with this ability.

5. MistDancer (Sporewarden/Stabbomancer Combo)

mistdancer combo

Being nature-based, Sporewarden is a class of people that can summon tornadoes upon their target to sideline them from any battlefield.

Pairing this class with an assassin such as the Stabbomancer will surely be a recipe be of pure brute strength and carnage on the battlefield as Stabbomancer is known to be lethal killers that will do anything they can do to achieve a critical hit with each attack the Sporewarden executes, making them a force to be reckoned with.

6. WildFire (Spore Warden/Clawbringer Combo)

wildfire combo

This combination is one of the most powerful combinations if utilized correctly. The Spore Warden’s abilities include frost tornadoes, and its mushroom companion has poison attacks such as spore clouds.

On the other hand, Clawbringer can create fire novas, and its Wyvern companion also breathes fire. If you choose the Storm Dragon’s Judgment, you can use solid lightning attacks.

If we combine both of these classes, we will have 4 out of 5 attack types in our arsenal, giving us control of the battlefield in most situations. If you want all 5, you can include Dark Magic Spells.

7. Blight Caller Combos

blight caller combo

Blight Caller is a class limited to Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shattering Spectreglass expansion. If you have the season pass or the add-on separately, you will have this class. It doesn’t come with the base game. As for best class combinations for Blight Caller, Stabbomancer and Spore Wardern are good options to pair with this class.

Reason why these classes work well with Blightcaller is their ability to deal status effect (poison) damage. Blight Caller primarily buffs the poison damage and both Stabbomancer and Spore Warden complement it very well.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Multiclass Tier list

If you want a tiered evaluation of which class should be matched with your primary class, the following table can help you with that. Again, this list is to give you an idea and not set in stone, as it will also come down to your preference.

S-TierSpore Warden
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