Nowhere rank list path – all character ranks

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    • Shalom
    • Kokilik
    • Countless Chelsea
    • Demolia
    • Golan
    • snake
    • Roulecca
    • Zoya
    • Priscilla
    • Hackett
    • Hawaii
    • McQueen
    • Victoria
    • Lovia Ray
    • The crèche
    • EMP
    • Dado
    • Summer
    • Ariel
    • Lying
    • Lynn

    Notes on Countless Chelsea

    Character: Andorra

    Uncountable Chelsea is one of the most complex heroes in Path to Nowhere. But in professional hands, they can show excellent results. Countless Chelsea can summon a panther that can be used as a shield. Also, Countless Chelsea has a damage reduction, allowing her to take a lot of damage.

    Notes on Demolia

    Character: Andorra

    Demolia’s main feature is its health points. She can quickly increase these and, subsequently, heal herself, significantly increasing her survivability. The only reason he isn’t in Tier S is because he has a limit on his HP boost and healing.

    Notes on snakes

    Character: Umbra.

    Although Nag looks cute, he is one of the deadliest heroes in Path to Nowhere. Using a standard attack, she applies a slow effect on enemies and increases her speed. Additionally, when there are no enemies near Nagan, she will increase her attack.

    Notes on RouLecca

    Character: Reticulated

    RouLecca has poor DPS and can only deal damage using critical attacks, but she can increase her crit rate and damage when attacking.

    Notes on Zoya

    Character: Anger

    Zoya is a Tier A hero who is most likely to appear in Tier S in the future. He has a 3×3 AoE attack that can deal significant damage. Also, Zoya has a lot of health points and has no problem hitting enemies at short range. But the best thing about Zoya is her passive skills. This increases his attacking speed, making him suitable even in the late game.

    Notes on Priscilla

    Character: Reticulated

    Priscilla can summon a clone that helps her during battle. Moreover, it has a high DPS, allowing you to kill enemies quickly. Unfortunately, his lack of health points doesn’t make him a Tier S.

    Notes on Hecate

    Character: Arcane

    Hackett’s unique ability has a long range of fire range and hits every target in that range, which is extremely powerful. But Hecate doesn’t have good survivability, so you should be careful when using her.

    Notes on Ariel

    Role: Catalyst

    Ariel is the only healer in Tier A. The only difference between him and Hamill is that he is universal. Air damage is increased, which makes him able to fight against enemies. And due to the mounting damage, she gives up her healing abilities. Therefore, Ariel cannot heal as effectively as Hamill.

    Notes on Victoria

    Character: Arcane

    Victoria is a hero with a truly significant loss. However, she forgoes health points for so much attack potential. She will lower her health points to gain more attacks and kill enemies more effectively.

    Notes on Luvia Ray

    Character: Arcane

    Luvia Ray is the most classic damage dealer in Path to Nowhere. He has high stats and a passive skill based on increased attack. Overall, he is a great hero that will always be beneficial to your team.

    Notes on the crèche

    Character: Umbra.

    Creech has a great special attack in Path to Nowhere. An AoE attack can deal a lot of damage quickly. Moreover, this attack has an unblockable effect so that opponents cannot dodge it. Creech’s only downside is that he has pure physical stats. Therefore, it should be completed with powerful characters that can deal a lot of damage.

    Notes on EMP

    Character: Reticulated

    The best thing about EMP is that this hero is free. You can get it by completing the first chapter of the story. And speaking of EMP in battles, he’s perfect for the background hero role. His special attack can wipe out low HP heroes and provide additional buffs for your team.

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