Time Defenders Rerolling Guide and Reroll Tier List
The Tower Defense genre has always been a new front for many games as the gameplay mechanics are quite simple yet satisfying. These are not like your usual turn-based RPGs or Action RPG which are complex or require training and skills to play. Tower Defense RPGs are quite the laidback experience and Vespa Inc., the makers of the popular title Kings Raid are venturing into the genre with their latest release – Time Defenders. The game is a free-to-play title that is a hero collector/gacha game while the actual gameplay is of a Tower Defense RPG where players place their collected heroes on the battlefield and only have control over their skill usage and deployment.
Time Defenders follows the standard gacha mechanics when it comes to collecting heroes. The game has different tiers of rarities of heroes in the game which are available to be summoned at different probabilities:
- N (Normal) – 47% of all Heroes
- R (Rare) – 40% of all Heroes
- SR (Super Rare) – 10% of all Heroes
- SSR (Super Super Rare) – 3% of all Heroes
All of the summoned heroes can be viewed in the Database of the game which is available at the bottom end of the home screen. Players can tweak their formations in the “Team” tab and this is where things can get a little complex as the entire gameplay is about having the right formations for the right stages. Players can experience a vast variety of maps on which the matches are played in the main story mode called “Operations”.
In this article, we will be giving you a brief outlook on how players can reroll for the most efficient and best start in Time Defenders. We will also give our own personal opinions on some of the best heroes to choose from in a list of best heroes to choose from if you are looking to reroll and the many reroll targets.
Rerolling Guide for Time Defenders
Rerolling is a great part of hero collector games like Time Defenders where a strong headstart matters a lot and the right heroes to start makes your overall journey and progression a lot more efficient and faster. Rerolling refers to the process where a new account is made multiple times in case the player is unable to summon the right heroes which are considered the best in-game. BlueStacks Multi-Instance Manager tool is a great help when it comes to rerolling as players can create multiple instances and reroll faster instead of infinitely resetting the same account over and over.
In Time Defenders, rerolling is very simple and straightforward. Players need not reroll infinitely by resetting their account as there exists an in-built rerolling method where players can summon a set of 10 heroes up to 30 times. Players are guaranteed an SSR hero in every roll among the 10 summoned heroes. Here are the steps to reroll:
- Start playing Time Defenders by making a new account and playing the game. Try not to bind the account to any social media.
- Complete the initial tutorial till you get to the part where the game teaches you how to summon the Time Engine.
- Complete your rerolling by doing the 30 summons and click on confirm if you get your desired hero.
- If you are unable to get the targeted reroll hero, then confirm anyways and go to the right-hand side and click on your Avatar icon.
- Go to Other -> Delete Account -> Type “I Agree to Delete My Account” -> Confirm
- Repeat the process again until you get your target reroll hero.
Reroll Tier List for Time Defenders
Metheus (S Tier)
Metheus is an SSR hero that costs 24 to be deployed and is listed as a Lightning type hero in-game. He is one of the best heroes to collect as he has the highest base Attack in-game till now at the current time of global release. Players can summon him from their reroll process. His passive ability states that whenever he creates a wormhole, the allies inside the wormhole gain more Attack Speed. His active ability lets him create a wormhole in a designated area where he inflicts tons of Lightning damage to all enemies present in the area and applies Time Reversal for 3 seconds.
Beatrice (S Tier)
Beatrice is an SSR hero that costs 34 to be deployed and is listed as a Chaos type hero in-game. Beatrice is supposedly the current best hero to collect alongside Metheus just because of the sheer power of her skills. She is not available through the reroll banner but she can be rerolled for once players collect the Pre-registration rewards and summon her on her rate-up banner which is currently live. Beatrice’s basic attack is an AOE damaging skill that deals Chaos damage to enemies in the range. Her active ability states that Beatrice teleports to a location and launches 6 tentacles in a circle shape which deals Chaos damage to all enemies inside the circle. She then teleports back to her original position. She is also Super Armored and Invincible during the time this skill is active. Her passive ability states that Beatrice summons a tentacle near to the enemy every 3 seconds and the tentacle deals damage to enemies in range and reduces the movement speed of enemies that are hit.
Aigle (S Tier)
Aigle is an SSR hero that costs 18 to be deployed and is listed as a Physical type hero in-game. Aigle is one of the best healers in-game because of her insane healing active ability which states that she creates a healing field where all allies inside the field will get sustained recovery for 10 seconds. The healing amount is directly proportional to her attack. Her basic attack also heals a single ally. Her passive ability states that she will provide a continuous sustained recovery effect to a single ally.
Noir (S Tier)
Noir is an SSR hero that costs 15 to be deployed and is listed as a Physical type hero in-game. Noir is a great hero that hits multiple times with her basic attack. Her base Attack at 210 is nothing to be laughed at. Her active ability is aimed at the enemy with the lowest HP in a certain range and she fires multiple times at the target. She hits the enemy 12 times which is insane! Her passive ability states that she gets an increased 12.5% Critical Hit Chance.
Bride (S Tier)
Bride is an SSR hero that costs 20 to be deployed and is listed as a Cold type hero in-game. Bride is also one of the best supporter type units in the game due to her amazing Shields and sustainability. Her basic attack provides a Shield buff to a random ally and the Shield amount is directly proportional to her Physical Attack. Her active ability is an AOE buffing ability that provides a Shield buff and Super Armor buff to allies within range. This effect lasts for 8 seconds. Her passive ability states she grants recovery to allies who are under Shield buffs. The recovery amount is directly proportional to her Physical Attack.
Sayre is an SSR hero that costs 14 to be deployed and is listed as a Physical type hero in-game. Sayre is a great damage dealer that also brings some amount of CC (crowd control). Her basic attack deals physical damage to the target and if she is in Assault mode, then her basic attack’s range increases by 6 and she prioritizes the nearest ranged enemy. Her active ability attacks nearby enemies 5 times and immobilizes them. Her passive ability grants her a 20% Increased Physical Attack and 10% Evasion Rate. She also gains 6 Cost every 10 seconds naturally by being on the battlefield.
Hua (A Tier)
Hua is an SSR hero that costs 24 to be deployed and is listed as a Physical type hero in-game. Hua also has one of the highest Physical Attacks in-game at 273. Her basic attack deals damage to 2 enemies and the damage dealt is Physical. Her active ability is a great damaging and CC ability that states Hua teleports to a location and stuns all the enemies in the area. She also damages the enemies in the area. Her passive ability Shamanism is a unique ability that states Hua is revived on death instantly and gains increased Physical defense. This effect can happen every 25 seconds. However, she cannot be healed by allies.
Carmillana (A Tier)
Carmillana is an SSR hero that costs 34 to be deployed and is listed as a Chaos-type hero in-game. Carmillana is another great hero that works like Beatrice but has different abilities. She is also a ranged unit and her basic attack is also an AOE damaging skill that deals Chaos damage to enemies within her range. Her active ability states Carmillana creates a bloody field where all enemies inside the area will take Chaos damage from her. The duration of this field is 7 seconds. Her passive ability states that Carmillana’s attacks inflict a Continuous Damage over time (DOT) effect on the targets that deal a certain amount of Chaos damage to them every second.
Cannonball (A Tier)
Cannonball is an SSR hero that costs 24 to be deployed and is listed as a Physical type hero in-game. Cannonball is a mediocre damage dealer and is more along the lines of a bruiser with his base stats. He is more suited to be built with high Physical Defense and can act as a great tank. He deals Physical damage to enemies with his basic attack. His passive ability states that all allies near Cannonball gain Increased Physical Defense and this increase is directly proportional to Cannonball’s Physical Defense. His active ability states that Cannonball creates a field around him and enhances the Physical Defense of all allies in the range of the shield. This field lasts for 15 seconds.
Suzukahime (B Tier)
Suzukahime is an SSR hero that costs 12 to be deployed and is listed as a Physical type hero in-game. She is also a damage dealer with an average base Physical Attack of 227. Her basic attack is similar to that of Sayre wherein, she prioritizes the nearest ranged enemy and enhances her attack range by 6 to deal Physical damage. Her active ability states that she draws a 5-point star and all the enemies falling in this pattern will take Physical damage. Her passive ability states that she recovers a portion of her MAX HP after killing an enemy. She also increases her own Critical Hit Chance and Critical Hit Damage by 5% and 1% every 10 seconds while also gaining 6 cost every 10 seconds while she is deployed on the battlefield.
Players need to deploy heroes in Time Defenders at time-effective intervals without delay to win the battles. This action can be slow on a small and crowded screen of your mobile device but works flawlessly and smoothly on a bigger screen of your PC with BlueStacks using your keyboard and mouse.