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The 10 character types, ranked from worst to best

Ring of Elden possesses has captured the imagination of warriors and sword-throwing witches everywhere, becoming a huge hit since its release in February 2022 and living up to years of hype. FromSoftware’s latest open-world RPG manages to create a gross world with potty goblins and an utterly captivating dude called the Dung Eater, where any player gets the chance to prove their mettle. But before embarking on your deadly adventure in the Lands Between, you must choose from one of 10 character classes.

With a host of weird names and varying strengths and weaknesses, it can be daunting to figure out which one is right for you, especially if you’re new to FromSoftware games. Here is our list of levels of Ring of Elden Classes.

C-level

The Wretch is one of the weirdest classes in Elden RingFrom software

10. Miserable

Naked Wanderer has some of the worst early stats and starts the game with only a club and no armor. Wretch is only recommended for veterans of Dark Souls style games who are looking for an extra challenge on top of the game’s already high difficulty.

9. Prisoner

The chained soul has high dexterity and intelligence, making you strong in both magical combat and melee combat. The class can be difficult to handle if you’re not a veteran, so it might be best to try something else if you’re a newbie.

B-level

The bandit uses a large bag of tricks to survive the fight. From software

8. Bandits

This sneaky class boasts high arcane and dexterity, but struggles in the brute force department. But with an eclectic mix of long and short range weapons, Bandit players can use their expert cunning to emerge victorious in early game skirmishes.

7. Prophet

The prophet has 16 high points of faith, which makes him perfect for summoning helpful spirits. With the ability to cast spells and aid you in combat, the Prophet is a solid choice for those looking to invest in a higher power.

A-level

6. Confessor

Are you ready to admit your sins? If not, the Confessor can certainly make you say so. With a fair amount of faith, strength, and dexterity, this class can deal extreme magic and physical damage. Just keep in mind that you don’t have the biggest health pool compared to some of the other classes.

The Warrior excels in brute force and damage. From software

5. Warrior

The Warrior excels in using brute force and might to win the fight. With the highest dexterity of any starting class, this powerful puncher is ideal for those looking to get in the middle of the face. Like the Confessor, the Warrior’s health and defense are a bit lacking, but that makes success in the class so rewarding.

S-level

4. Samurai

If stepping into combat wielding your melee skills is what you’re looking for, then Samurai is perfect for you. He comes with a full arsenal of amazing weapons, like fire arrows, a katana, and a longbow, giving him the perfect mix of ranged and melee attacks. His original magic stats might not be the best, but they make up for that in stamina and dexterity.

3. Wanderer

This beefy tank is perfect for getting in the middle of combat and comes equipped with heavy armor, a straight sword and a shield. With 15 Vigor, he has a strong health pool but low Arcane and Faith stats make him a mediocre wizard.

The Vagabond, Warrior, and Hero classes excel in early game skirmishes. From software

2. Astrologer

For brand new players, Astrologer is one of the best choices. With perfect stats for casting spells, this magic maestro boasts intelligence and wit stats that can allow you to fire lasers from afar.

1. hero

A melee-focused class with high strength, stamina, and stamina, the Hero is an all-around classic. Good for new players as well as those who want to start on the right path, its health pool and access to an early shield make it a formidable foe.