Welcome to the revamped PvP Tier List for Digimon ReArise.
17th November 2019
9th November 2019
The very best Digimons in the game.
A SS tier Digimon is who you build your team around. Even if they have minimal support, they are already very powerful.
..... Actually, none of these Digimon are out yet for Global. But in the future, keep an eye out for:
You can build a team around S tier Digimons and they will serve you well until you have the SS Tier equivalent.
Another criteria of S tier is that they are versatile and do well in any team.
Some Megas will be rated S tier just because they synergise very well with a SS tier Digimon.
The majority of the good Megas will be in this tier.
Generally they are all equally useful, you will use the ones that synergise well with your S and SS Tier Megas.
B tier Digimons are basically substitutes for A tier ones.
Sometimes they are preferred over A tier Megas due to some specific niche.
The rest of the Megas fall within C Tier which means they are not suitable for PvP. You will only use them because you have no other options.
Some C Tier Megas in PvP are actually good for PvE. Check them out in the PvE Tier List.
In most situations, even Ultimates are better than C tier Megas.
Consider selling them for DigiOrbs once you have better Megas.
Well, like I said, they're not out on Global yet, so you'll just have to be patient and check back later!
|ShineGreymon (Brave)||Somewhat usable in PvP but there are much better options. Better used in PvE.|
|WarGreymon (Brave)||ST monster. Best used in PvE.|
|MetalGarurumon (Calm)||ST monster. Best used in PvE.|
|PrinceMamemon (Tenacious)||Inflict Skill Lock status effect (AoE).|
|MetalEtemon (Tenacious)||Inflict Paralysis status effect (AoE).|
|Rosemon (Calm)||Inflict Stun status effect (AoE).|
|Vikemon (Tenacious)||Inflict Freeze status effect (ST). Trying to be a Tank without Provoke|
|MetalSeadramon (Tenacious)||Inflict Freeze status effect (ST) and Shock status effect (AoE)|
|GranKuwagamon (Tenacious)||Provoke Tank. Does nothing else.|
|PlatiNumemon (Deft)||30% TEC debuff (ST).|
|PlatiNumemon (Tenacious)||Passive 20% PWR debuff on all enemies.|