In today’s article, we are going to take a look at some of the best units in Illusion Connect and give you a complete Illusion Connect tier list. I’m going to cover every single character in-game and rank them up according to their strength. Also, if you’re not sure what heroes to look out for when summoning, this tier list should help clear things out.

So, without further ado, here’s the Illusion Connect Tier List:

Illusion Connect: SS Tier Units

Yuffie

Rarity: SSR
Class: Sorcerer
Unit Type: AoE Damage

At the moment she is one of the strongest AoE characters in the game. If you get her early on, make sure you keep her and try to upgrade her as much as possible. It’s also ideal if you can build a team around Yuffie, so she can activate her Passive. Furthermore, with the Soul Reaper Leader she will benefit from a lot of AoE damage.

Miyuki

Rarity: SSR
Class: Spell
Unit Type: AoE Damage

Similar to Yuffie, Miyuki has some really amazing AoE. She is also able to decrease the target enemy’s rage with her Passive, which makes her a great all-rounded character. If you manage to get her from the very start, she’s definitely a keeper. I’d say that Miyuki is good for all team compositions because her AoE skill will decrease all the enemy’s rage, and if you manage to get her weapon, Fortune Caller, she will be unstoppable and the enemy will never cast.

Kasumi

Rarity: SSR
Class: Attack
Unit Type: Massive Damage, Steals Buffs, Burst

She can’t be obtained in the early stages of the game, but she is definitely a unit that is worth aiming for later on. Her “single” target burst damage is insane, and she relies heavily on Crits and debuffs. She can steal enemy buffs/shields/etc and can be considered one of the best end-game units.

Anna

Rarity: SSR
Class: Healer
Unit Type: Heal, Single Target Damage

She’s probably the strongest healer currently available in the game. She has AoE heals, can restore Rage to herself, and can also buff the entire team’s ATK if her Combat Passive is activated.

Nicola

Rarity: SSR
Class: Sorcerer
Unit Type: AoE Damage

She’s not that strong early on in the game, but she is still going to wreak havoc if you team her up with Yuffie and other Sorcerers. However, after you upgrade her a little bit, she is an amazing unit which can probably 1-shot many enemy Leaders.

Phoebe

Rarity: SSR
Class: Light
Unit Type: AoE Damage, Immunity

She’s super powerful for a couple of reasons: 1 – she can give immunity to allies whenever you deploy her, and 2 – she does really good AoE damage. If you pair her up with Diamond, she will basically make your Leader immune for a whole 40 seconds.

Hachi Shiki

Rarity: SSR
Class: Sorcerer
Unit Type: AoE Damage, AoE Stun, Reduce enemy DMG RES

Her kit is quite powerful, for a number of reasons. Hachi Shiki can not only deal massive AoE damage but also inflict AoE stuns and reduce the enemy’s DMG RES. Overall, she’s amazing in a team with Sorcerers.

Nefir

Rarity: SSR
Class: Sorcerer
Unit Type: AoE Damage, HP Recovery, Grants an ally immunity to death

Nefir is going to be a great addition to a Sorcerer team. Once she is starred up, she will deal massive damage, and provide useful buffs to allies, such as death RES. She can “swap” her HP with opponents’ (with the opponent with the highest HP), which makes her quite annoying to deal with in PvP arenas.

At the start, she won’t be that great, similar to Nicola, but once she’s got to at least 4 stars, she will start showing up.

Illusion Connect: S Tier Units

Charlotte

Rarity: SSR
Class: Light
Unit Type: Marks enemies, Deals 2x Damage to marked enemies, can be very tanky with Eileen

I’ll start by saying that she has a very interesting kit. She basically does 2x damage to enemies that kill allies, and restores Rage whenever she does so. If you build her tanky, she can become a monster, especially if you also have Eileen.

Gemmy

Rarity: SSR
Class: Attack
Unit Type: Single Target Damage, Revive, Lifesteal

Gemmy is another unit that’s not available early on in the game, but is extremely powerful. She is super difficult to kill, especially given the fact that she can give Lifesteal to an ally, she can revive herself and can basically one-shot (almost) anyone.

Selena

Rarity: SSR
Class: Guardian
Unit Type: Single Target Damage, Leader Heal, Immunity, Shield

Vivian

Rarity: SSR
Class: Sorcerer
Unit Type: Single Target Damage, DEF Boost, Decreased Energy

Maki

Rarity: SSR
Class: Attack
Unit Type: Single Target Damage, Burst Damage

Kiraya

Rarity: SSR
Class: Guardian
Unit Type: Shield, Single Target Damage,

Gagaku

Rarity: SSR
Class: Summon
Unit Type: Summons Foxes, AoE in a Line

Rikia

Rarity: SR
Class: Spell
Unit Type: AoE Damage, Dispel Debuffs, Place Debuffs, Single Target Damage

Pan

Rarity: SR
Class: Attack
Unit Type: Single Target (Massive) Damage,

Rotania

Rarity: SSR
Class: Sorcerer
Unit Type: Massive AoE Damage

Hersey

* Hersey is a girl for those wondering

Rarity: SSR
Class: Attack
Unit Type: Single Target Damage, AoE Damage

Fenebeth

Rarity: SSR
Class: Sorcerer
Unit Type: AoE Damage, Curse, Poison

Fenebeth is a really amazing AoE unit, that you can acquire from the very beginning. She has a very strong AoE clear, she can inflict poison, and she inflicts a curse on the enemies that converts the heal they get into damage instead. That alone makes her a truly OP unit whenever an opponent has an Anna, who is broken in terms of healing (especially in the later stages of the game).

Illusion Connect: S-/A+ Tier Units

Eileen

Rarity: SSR
Class: Light
Unit Type: Support, Buffs DMG RES, Stuns Enemy/Enemies, Ignores DEF

At the moment she is only available through Great Fortune (the $10 pass), and she is a unit that can synergize exceptionally well with Charlotte. She does AoE damage with her Unique skill, and can stun 1+ enemies (at 4* she will stun 2+ enemies).

Think of her stun as something similar to a lotto, but instead, it does damage and stuns. At 6* she will be super powerful since she will increase the DMG RES Rate and penetrate enemy DEF.

Ashwaya

* She is quite difficult to play – you need to know exactly when to place her, so she won’t block the spot for other units, and use her summons to block attacks or slowly chip away at the enemy.

Rarity: SSR
Class: Summon
Unit Type: Summons that Attack

She recently received a buff, which makes her summons strong against Sorcerer comp (which is meta at the moment). However, you need to find a way to position her in such a way that you won’t block your slots and can still deploy some units.

The Enforcers

Rarity: SSR
Class: Summon
Unit Type: Single Target Damage, Taunt, Less Energy

Saya

Rarity: SSR (after a few upgrades)
Class: Attack
Unit Type: Single Target Damage

Nina

Rarity: SSR (after a few upgrades)
Class: Sorcerer
Unit Type: AoE Damage in a Line, Increased DMG Rate, Increased Crit Rate

Edward

Rarity: SSR
Class: Attack
Unit Type: Singel Target Damage, Steal Buffs, Steal Rage

Angela

Rarity: SSR
Class: Guardian
Unit Type: Single Target Damage, Barrier, Taunt, Revive

Victoria

Rarity: SSR (after a few upgrades)
Class: Guardian
Unit Type: Single Target Damage, Shield, Taunt

Ann

Rarity: SR
Class: Summon
Unit Type: Summon, Single Target Damage, DMG RES

Annie

Rarity: SR
Class: Guardian
Unit Type: DMG RES, MAX HP, Single Target DMG, Single Target Stun

Annis Dora

– Rarity: SSR
– Class: Summon
– Unit Type: Summons, Grants Buffs to Summons, Grants Random Buffs to Allies or Random Debuffs to Enemies

Illusion Connect: A Tier Units

Brooke

Rarity: SSR
Class: Light
Unit Type: Single Target Damage, Row AoE Damage, Faster Casting (when paired with Guardians and Healers)

She is amazing if you want a reliable DPS for the Light Paladin Leader/Spirit Healer Leader. You’ll need to place her in a team with Guardians and Healers since she will gain increased damage for every Guardian on the field. Additionally, with every heal that she gets she has a chance to cast her Unique skill, which is row AoE. She’s really good if you have tanky units and manage to keep them alive all through the fights.

Ming

Rarity: SSR
Class: Heal

Diamond

* Could be S-tier depending on team comp

Rarity: SR
Class: Heal

Diana

* Could be S depending on team comp

Rarity: SSR
Class: Heal

Gigi

Rarity: SSR
Class: Attack

Barinas

Rarity: SSR
Class: Guardian

Camille

Rarity: SSR
Class: Guardian

Sachiko

Rarity: SSR
Class: Guardian

Hotaru

Rarity: SSR
Class: Attack

Beatrice

Rarity: SR
Class: Spell

Illusion Connect: B Tier Units

Yume

Rarity: SSR
Class: Attack
Unit Type: Decrease enemy Rage, Single Target Damage, Increases Penetration for Partners

At the moment, Yume is only available through the Great Fortune pass, which means she’s not a f2p character. Her skills are pretty cool, and you’ve already played against her in the normal Dreams and Arcana. However, as she is, at 3*, she is not that amazing.

From what I can tell, Yume is going to really start shining only after she hits 5*, because then she will give the entire team 25% DEF Penetration. She is similar to Miyuki in a way, except that she’s single target and very much p2w.

Amon

Rarity: SSR
Class: Light

Jasmine

Rarity: SSR
Class: Heal

Rie

Rarity: R
Class: Sorcerer

Chiyo

Rarity: SR
Class: Sorcerer

Carol

Rarity: R
Class: Attack

Frantiva

Rarity: SSR
Class: Summon

Alice

Rarity: SSR
Class: Light

Mary

Rarity: R
Class: Sorcerer

Illusion Connect: C Tier Units

Polly

Rarity: R
Class: Heal

Mei

Rarity: SR
Class: Attack

Shanti

Rarity: R
Class: Guardian

Tiffany

Rarity: SR
Class: Sorcerer

Loro

Rarity: R
Class: Guardian

Nanalie

* She could even be D tier, but I couldn’t bring myself to put her that low because she’s adorable.

Rarity: R
Class: Spell

Illusion Connect: D Tier Units

Harto

Rarity: SR
Class: Light

Mia

Rarity: R
Class: Attack

Flora

Rarity: SR
Class: Summon

Penny

Rarity: R
Class: Attack

Bontenmaru

Rarity: R
Class: Guardian

These are all the characters currently released, that make up the Illusion Connect tier list. Which are some of your favorite units? Let me know down in the comments section below!

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