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Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

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The newest MMORPG game on the block, Divine W: Perfect Wonderland by Leniu Games is garnering some popularity after its quirky advertisements offering 1 million free diamonds. The game is based on Asian-Chinese mythological fantasy and this context can be seen in all of the game’s graphical assets and characters. Developed and published globally only recently, Divine W: Perfect Wonderland fulfills a lot of quotas that attract MMORPG players with the standard auto-questing, auto-pathing system along with the feature-rich content layout for players to explore and grind. Divine W: Perfect Wonderland is available to be downloaded and installed as a free-to-play title from the Google Play Store and iOS App Store.

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

The style and presentation of Divine W: Perfect Wonderland are definitely what sets the game apart from its competitors of the same genre. Provided the game isn’t exactly packed in terms of graphical power, it isn’t always necessarily a bad choice. Low-graphics games run better on low-end to mid-end devices and perform even better compared to games that make use of high graphical assets. Such games provide even low-spend players an avenue of enjoying world-class games. However, we highly recommend playing Divine W: Perfect Wonderland on your PC with BlueStacks for a more stable and optimized gameplay experience. Games like Divine W: Perfect Wonderland are heavily grindy in nature and need to be played for hours on end to get more resources and progress farther. Playing Divine W: Perfect Wonderland on your PC highly minimalizes these processes and provides you with ample quality-of-life features that can help you significantly on your journey in the fantasy land of Wonderland.

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland innately offers some amazing quality-of-life features like auto-pathing and auto-questing which players can use to progress through the early/mid-game stages very efficiently depending on the game’s own AI (Artificial Intelligence). Players can also use their Mounts and Wings in order to travel faster in the vast 60,000 sq ft fictional world of Divine W: Perfect Wonderland. One other amazing feature that we must commend in the game is the ability to fast travel to anywhere on the map without any pre-requisite. One negative point that we also find in the game is the auto-everything mindset the game is built with. There is nothing in the game that really requires manual interference by the player as the majority of the combat is also auto-playable.

In this guide for Divine W: Perfect Wonderland, we will be listing all of the classes currently playable in the game along with their core statistics and abilities. Divine W: Perfect Wonderland houses multiple servers with each server being able to harbor 1 account per user. In the game, the classes are not called classes but Warlords according to the in-game terminology. All Warlords in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland are unique according to their playstyle as well as their skills and abilities. The combat system in the game is very simple yet fun to play. It follows a mix of both the tab-targeting system and skill-based system where some skills can be cast upon selecting an enemy while some skills can be cast by dragging the skills towards the enemy. 

Enough with the introductions, we will be giving our best advice on the following topic:

  • Choosing the right warlord in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland

Warlords in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland

As seen in most MMORPGs, classes are the base characters that we role-play in these fictional games. In Divine W: Perfect Wonderland, players have the freedom to choose their favorite warlords at the beginning of the game just like any other MMORPG. However, keep in mind that players are limited to choosing only 1 Warlord per account, and once chosen, they cannot go back on their decision unless they simply delete or reset their account. Players can also create multiple accounts on the multiple servers that exist in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland. Coming to the Warlords in the game, each Warlord is a different personality altogether and presents an entirely different scenario when playing them in battles. These Warlords differ from each other by their play style, skills/abilities, and passive skills. The lore is also of course, different for each warlord. A valid question that always pops in the head of players who are starting their journey, especially those who want to be efficient, is which Warlord is best for new players? The answer to this question is not a single-worded answer instead we have to take an in-depth look at the pros and cons of each Warlord while comparing them in context to progression for new players. 

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

The Warlords in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland are as follows:

  • Divine General
  • Taoist
  • Wukong
  • Seiya
  • Lowrie

Divine General

Divine General is the melee class in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland which makes use of his mighty spear whose length is immeasurable according to the lore. His in-game description reads the following – “Ice Spear in hand. Battle God has descended upon us. One-man army wins a clan.” One of the best options for new players in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland since he’s quite the sturdy damage dealer that does not need much knowledge about battle positioning and ability dodging. His base stats are higher on the Attack, Defense, Recovery, and Critical Hit Rate side which means he can deal a good amount of damage while also being able to sustain some massive hits from the enemies.

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

Divine General’s performance on the battlefield is not dependent on his positioning but rather on his capabilities of surviving till the last while absorbing as much damage as he can on the battlefield. He should be paired with a healer like Lowrie Warlord and together they can provide a great frontline to protect your main damage dealers. The active skills of the Divine General are as follows:

Normal Attack – Deals 80% damage to 2 monsters and 2 players in the front range.

Dragon Spear – Deals 200% damage to 6 monsters and 3 players in a straight line.

Destructive Tornado – Deals 300% damage to 8 monsters and 4 players in the fan-shaped area.

Fallen Moon – Deals 400% damage to 10 monsters and 5 players in the round-shaped area.

Dragon Abyss – Deals 300% damage to 3 monsters and 3 players in a small range.

Submerging Sword (Warlord Ability) – Attacks a single enemy and reduces their DEF by 5% for 3 seconds. Cooldown – 60 seconds.

Heaven Feelings (Warlord Ability) – Casting to self, instantly restores 5% HP and increases Damage reduction by 2.5% for 5 seconds. Cooldown – 60 seconds.

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

The passive skills of the Divine General are as follows:

Cloud Walking – Increases character Speed by 20%.

Regen Citta Dharma – For every 10 seconds passed, restores 5% of MAX HP.

Strengthening Aura – Reduces Monster damage by 8% and PvP damage by 16%.

Wind Lock – When attacking the target, has a 10% chance to slow them by 10% for 6 seconds.

Inborn Divinity – For every 40 seconds passed, remove all self debuffs.

Taoist

Taoist is the melee/ranged class in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland which makes use of his staff and cards that provide him with multi-hitting capabilities. His in-game description reads the following – “Vast of the world. Justice of the universe. Eliminating demons with the power of Thunder destruction.” Taoist is not exactly the best Warlord recommended to new players due to his squishy stats and low base defense that require a good sense of movement and combat statistics, especially in PvP situations when players will be fighting other real players. His stats are more valued in the Attack and Control variables that make him an excellent DPS that can crowd control a large number of enemies.

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

Taoist can be considered as the Mages in other similar MMORPG games. Although they are squishy and cannot recover themselves, they can dish out tons of damage while controlling enemies in a large area with their arcane spells. The active skills of the Taoist are as follows:

Normal Attack – Deals 80% damage to 2 monsters and 2 players in the front range.

Two Polarities – Deals 200% damage to 6 monsters and 3 players in a straight line.

Six Paths Rune – Deals 300% damage to 8 monsters and 4 players in the fan-shaped area.

Thunder Strike – Deals 400% damage to 10 monsters and 5 players in the round-shaped area.

Universe Infinity – Deals 300% damage to 3 monsters and 3 players in a small range.

Submerging Sword (Warlord Ability) – Attacks a single enemy and reduces their DEF by 5% for 3 seconds. Cooldown – 60 seconds.

Heaven Feelings (Warlord Ability) – Casting to self, instantly restores 5% HP and increases Damage reduction by 2.5% for 5 seconds. Cooldown – 60 seconds.

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

The passive skills of the Taoist are as follows:

Cloud Walking – Increases character Speed by 20%.

Regen Citta Dharma – For every 10 seconds passed, restores 5% of MAX HP.

Strengthening Aura – Reduces Monster damage by 8% and PvP damage by 16%.

Wind Lock – When attacking the target, has a 10% chance to slow them by 10% for 6 seconds.

Inborn Divinity – For every 40 seconds passed, remove all self debuffs. 

Wukong

Wukong is the melee class in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland which makes use of his godly staff that was gifted to him by the legendary Monkey King in Asian mythology. His in-game description reads the following – “I wish to be equal as heaven, Demons and Gods won’t dare come near me.” Wukong is highly recommended for new players as his skill set and stat lines are completely in sync, making him the only warlord to be balanced in all aspects. His Attack, Critical Hit Rate, Defense, Crowd Control, Dodge, and Recovery aspects are all equal making him not excel in anything but not weak in any aspect as well. 

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

The Warlord Wukong is one of the most versatile classes seen in any MMORPG game. Due to his balanced statlines, he can be played however the player wishes to play him. For example, he can be played as an assassin, secondary tank, secondary damage dealer, etc. He should be paired with Lowrie warlord for maximum effectiveness on the battlefield. The active skills of Wukong are as follows:

Normal Attack – Deals 80% damage to 2 monsters and 2 players in the front range.

Striking Blow – Deals 200% damage to 6 monsters and 3 players in a straight line.

Heaven Shattered – Deals 300% damage to 8 monsters and 4 players in the fan-shaped area.

Three Kingdoms – Deals 400% damage to 10 monsters and 5 players in the round-shaped area.

Flame of War – Deals 300% damage to 3 monsters and 3 players in a small range.

Submerging Sword (Warlord Ability) – Attacks a single enemy and reduces their DEF by 5% for 3 seconds. Cooldown – 60 seconds.

Heaven Feelings (Warlord Ability) – Casting to self, instantly restores 5% HP and increases Damage reduction by 2.5% for 5 seconds. Cooldown – 60 seconds.

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

The passive skills of Wukong are as follows:

Cloud Walking – Increases character Speed by 20%.

Regen Citta Dharma – For every 10 seconds passed, restores 5% of MAX HP.

Strengthening Aura – Reduces Monster damage by 8% and PvP damage by 16%.

Wind Lock – When attacking the target, has a 10% chance to slow them by 10% for 6 seconds.

Inborn Divinity – For every 40 seconds passed, remove all self debuffs. 

Seiya

Seiya is the ranged class in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland which makes use of her heavenly bow to deal lethal damage to her enemies. Her in-game description reads the following – “Meteor Arrow. Full Moon Bow. It startles the skies when her bows rain flurry on foes.” Seiya is the only true ranged damage dealer in the game. Regardless to say, her damage is unparalleled among all other Warlords but her positioning in battles also requires a lot of movement and skill. Squishy targets like Seiya are going to be the prime targets for assassins like Wukong and the Divine General. Seiya possesses very high Attack, Critical Hit Rate, and Dodge statistics among other warlords.

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

The Warlord Seiya depends on another tanky frontline warlord like Divine General to protect her from incoming assassinations and absorb some damage. Her AOE-targeted abilities can change the tide of games in your favor. The active skills of Seiya are as follows:

Normal Attack – Deals 80% damage to 2 monsters and 2 players in the front range.

Shooting Sirius – Deals 200% damage to 6 monsters and 3 players in a straight line.

Cambrian Period – Deals 300% damage to 8 monsters and 4 players in the fan-shaped area.

Rain Arrow – Deals 400% damage to 10 monsters and 5 players in the round-shaped area.

Explosive Frost – Deals 300% damage to 3 monsters and 3 players in a small range.

Submerging Sword (Warlord Ability) – Attacks a single enemy and reduces their DEF by 5% for 3 seconds. Cooldown – 60 seconds.

Heaven Feelings (Warlord Ability) – Casting to self, instantly restores 5% HP and increases Damage reduction by 2.5% for 5 seconds. Cooldown – 60 seconds.

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

The passive skills of Seiya are as follows:

Cloud Walking – Increases character Speed by 20%.

Regen Citta Dharma – For every 10 seconds passed, restores 5% of MAX HP.

Strengthening Aura – Reduces Monster damage by 8% and PvP damage by 16%.

Wind Lock – When attacking the target, has a 10% chance to slow them by 10% for 6 seconds.

Inborn Divinity – For every 40 seconds passed, remove all self debuffs.

Lowrie

Lowre is the ranged class in Divine W: Perfect Wonderland which makes use of her ultra large umbrella. Her in-game description reads the following – “Qingqiu speedster. Nine-tailed fox of Xuan yan. The fairy-like being, the Lowrie has descended.” One of the worst options to choose if you are a new player. The Lowrie has the exact same skill sets as the Wukong but only worst due to her being a ranged squishy crowd control/healer type Warlord, unlike Wukong who has balanced stats. Lowrie’s true use comes with her healing capabilities. 

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

Lowrie Warlord herself is not exactly anything special as she does not deal massive damage nor she is a tank that can sustain hits from enemies. However, she is key in enabling other Warlords in a team-play situation by providing them with ample buffs, heals, etc. The active skills of Lowrie are as follows:

Normal Attack – Deals 80% damage to 2 monsters and 2 players in the front range.

Jumping Fox – Deals 200% damage to 6 monsters and 3 players in a straight line.

Qingqiu Stare – Deals 300% damage to 8 monsters and 4 players in the fan-shaped area.

Flexible Moves – Deals 400% damage to 10 monsters and 5 players in the round-shaped area.

True Sincerity – Deals 300% damage to 3 monsters and 3 players in a small range.

Submerging Sword (Warlord Ability) – Attacks a single enemy and reduces their DEF by 5% for 3 seconds. Cooldown – 60 seconds.

Heaven Feelings (Warlord Ability) – Casting to self, instantly restores 5% HP and increases Damage reduction by 2.5% for 5 seconds. Cooldown – 60 seconds.

Divine W: Perfect Wonderland – Classes Guide and Recommendation

The passive skills of Lowrie are as follows:

Cloud Walking – Increases character Speed by 20%.

Regen Citta Dharma – For every 10 seconds passed, restores 5% of MAX HP.

Strengthening Aura – Reduces Monster damage by 8% and PvP damage by 16%.

Wind Lock – When attacking the target, has a 10% chance to slow them by 10% for 6 seconds.

Inborn Divinity – For every 40 seconds passed, remove all self debuffs.

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