Everything you need to know about the Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands playable characters.
Table of contents
- Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Classes
- Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Multi-Class
- Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Character Customization
- Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Class Power
- Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Hero Points
- Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Loadout
- Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Skills
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Classes
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has 6 distinct character classes in the base game and 1 additional DLC class you can choose from, each one has its own unique abilities. Each class has its own Skill Tree, 2 Action Skills, and Class Feat.
This shamanic Elementalist channels spirits and summons storms to wear down foes with poison and elemental damage.
Brr-Zerkers are specialists in Melee and Cryo damage.
Clawbringers focus on Fire and Lightning damage.
The Graveborn is a master of Kill Skills, Spells, and Dark Magic.
Spellshots are all about combining Spells with Guns.
Spore Wardens are Gun and Companion specialists.
The Stabbomancer specializes in Critical Hits and Status Effects.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Multi-Class
You’ll choose your primary class at the start of the game. Once you are further on in the main story, you will be able to add a secondary class. Now you can mix and match your class with any of the remaining classes. You will have access to the abilities of these two classes for the duration of the campaign. Once you have beaten the main story campaign you can respec your secondary class. Your primary class will be fixed for that character.
Each Multi-Class has its own name unique class name. Here you can find the combinations with links to specific builds.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Character Customization
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands doesn’t have established playable characters that you can choose from like in the Borderlands games. Instead, you can customize your own multiclass hero in the Hero Fatemaker. There you will be able to choose your character’s race, physical appearance, voice, personality, and other fun stuff Gearbox hasn’t revealed yet.
The character builder only defines your appearance it doesn’t affect your character’s abilities. Every character will be able to shoot guns, use magic spells, and for the first time in a Borderlands-like game, slash with melee weapons. your abilities are defined in the skill trees.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Class Power
Class Power directly increases your Class’ special abilities. This means that your action skills and class feat will get increased damage or duration. You can increase your Class Power by equipping Armor and an Amulet.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Hero Points
You can level up your character beyond unlocking new skills for your character’s skill trees. You will also be able to obtain Hero Points. You can spend these Hero points on very classic [Dungeons & Dragons] attributes that relate to things like a melee, spell, or skill cooldown attribute. It’s like a character sheet that lets you specialize in a specific class.
There is a lot of depth to these mechanics that I cover in a dedicated Hero Points article.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Loadout
You are able to equip various items and create your own build. These items all have a rarity tier which will probably be similar to the Borderlands franchise (common, uncommon, rare, epic, & legendary). There is a range of weapons in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. You will have guns but also melee weapons. Then there are your magic spells, these aren’t just your grenades, they are like mini-skills.
- 4 Ranged Weapons Slots (Primary Combat)
- 1 Melee Weapon Slot (Secondary Combat)
- 1 Magic Spell Slot
- 1 Ward Slot
- 1 Amulet Slot
- 2 Ring Slots
- 1 Armor Slot
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Skills
As mentioned above, there are 6 classes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Each class has 2 Action Skills you can choose from. You can only have 1 Action Skill active at a time. Yes, when you Multi-Class you will gain access to the 2 Action Skills from your secondary character class.
You can find the Skill Trees on the dedicated Character Class pages.