Dragon’s Dogma 2 Vocations Tier List

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Dragon’s Dogma 2 Vocations Tier List

In Dragon's Dogma 2, you have the possibility to choose between 10 different vocations, even if not from the beginning of your adventure. Each of them has its own peculiarities, weaknesses, and strengths, so it is important that you learn about them before choosing. In this Dragon's Dogma 2 vocation tier list article, we will help you understand what the best vocations are to use during your adventure.

NB: This is a purely personal classic. Creating a ranking that is fair for everyone is practically impossible because there are many factors to take into consideration, one of which is the way of playing. For this reason, your experience may be different from ours.


Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations Tier List

Before going into the details of each tier and explaining the use of each vocation, here is an overview of our ranking:

  • S Tier: Mystic Spearhand, Sorcerer, Warrior
  • A Tier: Warfarer, Magik Archer, Fighter
  • B Tier: Archer, Mage, Thief
  • C Tier: Trickster

S Tier

Mystic Spearhand

The Mystic Spearhand is great at both offense and defense. Whether it's up close or far away, Mystic Spearhands can handle it all with their spear attacks. They have a mix of attack and defense moves, making them good at dealing with all sorts of situations. Mystic Spearhands are experts at keeping lots of enemies in check, using their wide attacks to control them.

Even though they're good at lots of things, Mystic Spearhands don't specialize in one area like some other vocations do, so this can be a little tricky in some situations. Furthermore, while they're great on their own, Mystic Spearhands don't have many ways to help out their friends in group fights.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations tier list

Sorcerer

In Dragon’s Dogma 2, the Sorcerer is the strongest magic user around, dealing huge damage with powerful spells. They have lots of spells that can hit enemies from a distance, keeping them safe while they attack. Even though they focus on attacking, Sorcerers can also heal themselves during battles to stay alive.

The downside of being a Sorcerer is that their spells take a while to cast, leaving them vulnerable while they're doing it. While they're great at a distance, Sorcerers aren't as effective in close combat. They have a hard time defending themselves when enemies get too close. Sorcerers focus more on attacking than helping out their allies, so they don't have as many spells to buff friends or weaken enemies.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations tier list

Warrior

The Warrior is a tough fighter who can deal a lot of damage up close. They're like an upgraded version of the Fighter, focusing more on hitting hard and controlling groups of enemies. They can hit lots of enemies at once with their powerful attacks, keeping them in line. Warriors can either hit a bunch of enemies all at once or focus on taking out just one enemy really fast.

Even though their hits are powerful, it takes a bit of time for Warriors to finish their attacks, leaving them open to getting hit back. Warriors aren't as fast as some other fighters. They move slower and might have trouble getting around the battlefield. While they're great up close, Warriors struggle to hit enemies who are far away. They're best when they're right in the thick of things.

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Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations tier list

A Tier

Warfarer

The Warfarer is a special vocation in Dragon's Dogma 2 that lets you use any weapon you want. This means you can pick the weapons that fit how you like to play, but it can be tricky since you need to know a lot about the game. With the Warfarer, you can create your own way of fighting that fits how you want to play. The Warfarer can adapt to lots of different situations better than any other vocation in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Even though you can do a lot with the Warfarer, your basic abilities might not be as strong as those of someone who focuses on just one type of weapon. Getting really good with the Warfarer takes a deep understanding of how the game works and how different weapons work together. Because it's so complicated and requires a lot of knowledge about the game, the Warfarer might not be the best choice for people who are new to Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations tier list

Magick Archer

The Magick Archer is all about using ranged attacks, spells, and helping out teammates. They're a mix of offense and support, but they might not do as much damage as some other fighters. Magick Archers can do a lot to help their friends with different spells, like making them stronger, weakening enemies, and doing other useful stuff. They're really good at hurting enemies from far away, using magic and shooting arrows with precision. On top of attacking, Magick Archers can also heal their friends when they're hurt.

Even though they can do a lot of different things, Magick Archers might not do as much damage as some other fighters who focus more on offense. Magick Archers have to keep their distance from enemies, which means they might not move around as fast and could be in trouble if enemies get too close. While they're good at hurting lots of enemies at once, Magick Archers might not be as effective at really hurting just one enemy.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations tier list

Fighter

The Fighter is like the tough shield of your team, meant to draw enemy attention and protect others from harm. It's a great choice for Pawns, letting the player focus on dealing damage safely. Fighters in Dragon's Dogma 2 are really tough and can take hits without getting hurt too badly. They have powerful attacks that can hit lots of enemies at once, keeping them in check. Fighters can make enemies focus on them, which helps keep other party members safe.

Even though they're great at defending, Fighters don't do as much damage as other fighters who focus more on offense. Because they wear heavy armor, Fighters can't move as fast as other characters. Fighters are best up close, where they can use their strong attacks. They're not as effective from far away.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations tier list

B Tier

Archer

The Archer is a Dragon's Dogma 2 vocation that uses a bow to shoot enemies from far away, either one at a time or a group at once. They're really good at dealing damage, staying away from danger, and controlling crowds of enemies. They're quick and nimble, which helps them move around easily and shoot from different positions. Archers can stop or stun groups of enemies from far away using their arrows.

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Even though they're great at attacking, Archers aren't very good at taking hits. They're more focused on moving quickly and doing damage. Unlike some other characters, Archers can't use magic spells. This means they can't help their team with healing or other magical abilities. Archers are best when they're shooting from far away. They're not as effective up close because their skills are all about attacking from a distance.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations tier list

Mage

In Dragon’s Dogma 2, Mages are really good at helping out their team by healing and making them stronger. They're especially useful because healing isn't easy to find in this game. Mages can make their friends' weapons stronger by adding elemental effects, which help the whole team do more damage. Mages can also make their team faster with a special skill, on top of healing them.

However, Mages aren't very good at taking hits compared to other characters. They have weaker defenses and less health. Casting powerful spells takes time, and while you're doing it, you can get hurt or interrupted. Playing as a Mage means you need to be smart about where you stand and when you use your spells, which can be tough for new players.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations tier list

Thief

The Thief vocation in Dragon's Dogma 2 is all about sneaking up on enemies, moving fast, and hitting them hard, one at a time. While they're not great at hitting lots of enemies at once, they can really hurt one enemy badly. Thieves are really quick and agile. They can move around fast and dodge attacks easily. Thieves are good at hitting enemies where it hurts the most, doing big damage with precise attacks.

However, Thieves struggle to hurt lots of enemies at once. They're better at focusing on one enemy. Thieves don't have good ways to attack enemies from far away. They need to get up close to fight. Thieves aren't very good at taking hits. They're not as strong defensively as other fighters, so they need to be careful.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations tier list

C Tier

Trickster

The Trickster vocation is all about trickery and helping others. They use tricks, like smoke and a special tool called a Censer, to confuse enemies. This Dragon's Dogma 2 vocation is best for people who want to focus on helping their team with different spells rather than dealing damage.  Furthermore, Tricksters have special skills that help them find out where enemies are hiding, which can be really useful.

However, Tricksters don't do a lot of damage because they focus on helping instead. Playing as a Trickster can be tough because it requires a good understanding of how to control crowds and where to stand. Also, Tricksters aren't very good at taking hits, so they need to be really careful about when and where they move to avoid getting hurt.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Vocations tier list

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Vocations Tier List
Diana D'Estefano
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