Seven Deadly Sins Grand Cross Tier List

Seven Deadly Sins Grand Cross Tier List

What is this game?

Before looking at this Seven Deadly Sins Grand Cross tier list it is important to understand just what you’re getting yourself into. Seven Deadly Sins Grand Cross is a turn-based RPG game created for mobile play on both Android and IOS devices. This game is based directly on the well-known manga, Seven Deadly Sins. The anime-styled game is free-to-play, though you may have to make in-app purchases for stronger characters or equipment.

There are multiple gameplay options for this game: Story Mode and Versus Mode. In Story Mode, you work your way through the map, battling AI opponents and progress as you win. 

You are also battling in Versus mode but your enemies are now played by real people. Luckily, the creators of Seven Deadly Sins Grand Cross built the game so that these battles can be played asynchronously, and you can continue the battle while going about your everyday life. 

The game requires that you defeat all the enemies on the map to win; this includes all the bosses that you will come across. This Seven Deadly Sins Grand Cross Tier List will help you to be sure you choose the best characters to defeat these enemies. 

Let’s Rank!

This ranking system will be based on the six-tier idea of S, A, B, C, D, & F. The list will start with the best of the best tier and get worse as we progress down the list. These Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross characters will be ranked on how strong these heroes are and how enjoyable they are to play. The hero’s most significant attribute will also be included so you can make the best decision on which character to choose. Let’s get started!

S Tier – The Best of the Best

These characters are the heroes who can most easily take down their opponents. Oftentimes they have a powerful buff or are simply just strong enough to cause significant damage to enemies without much effort.

  • Escanor (Holy Knight) – Vitality
  • Gowther (Halloween) – Vitality
  • Derieri (Ten Commandments) – Strength
  • Meliodas (Virtual Body Doubles) – Strength
  • Elizabeth (Holy Warrior) – Speed
  • Tarmiel (The Four Archangels) – Speed
  • Merlin (Divine Protection) – Vitality
  • Ban (Purgatory) – Strength
  • Sariel (The Four Archangels) – Strength
  • Chandler (Pacifier Fiend) – Speed
  • Meliodas (Ragnarok) – Speed
  • Cusack (Napping Reaper) – Speed
  • Lilia (Mastermind) – Speed
  • Gowther (The Goat Sin of Lust) – Strength
  • Escanor (The Lion Sin of Pride) – Strength
  • Lilia (Mastermind) – Speed
  • Zeldris (Elite Demon) – Strength
  • King (The Grizzly Sin of Sloth) – Speed
  • Escanor (Invincible Avatar) – Speed

A Tier – Not Quite the Best of the Best but Still Great

The characters in this tier are still strong and do significant damage. They are not able to take down enemies as effortlessly as those in the S Tier.

  • Arthur (Camelot’s Sword) – Strength
  • King (Signs of Maturity) – Speed
  • Hendrickson (Ashen Desire) – Vitality
  • Arthur (Chosen King) – Strength
  • Diane (Ragnarok) – Vitality
  • Ludociel (The Four Archangels) – Speed
  • Athena (The King of Fighters ‘98) – Vitality
  • Drole (Elite Demon) – Speed
  • Lilia (Advent of Destruction) – Strength
  • Jim (Stranger Things) – Strength
  • Eastin (Sunny Vacation) – Vitality
  • Meliodas (Knight of Wrath) – Speed
  • Emilia (RE:ZERO) – Speed
  • Kyo (The King of Fighters ‘98) – Strength
  • Ram (RE:ZERO) – Vitality
  • Zeldris (Executioner) – Vitality
  • Rugal (The King of Fighters ‘98) – Vitality
  • Eleven (Stranger Things) – Speed
  • Roxy (Halloween) – Vitality
  • Sigurd (Wielder of Gram) – Strength
  • Derieri (Sweet Temptation) – Speed
  • Merlin (Collector) – Strength
  • Valenti (Magic Weapon MK-II) – Vitality
  • Meliodas (Assault Mode) – Vitality

B Tier – Great but Lacking

This tier of characters falls more in the middle ground. They are still solid heroes in defeating enemies, but they need a bit more help. They usually need either some sort of buffing ability or equipment or to be teamed with a higher-ranking hero to be a strong enough force against enemies.

  • Rem (RE:ZERO) – Strength
  • Arthur (Light of Hope) – Vitality
  • Gilthunder (Chivalrous) – Vitality
  • Estarossa (Elite Demon) – Vitality
  • Merlin (The Boar Sin of Gluttony) – Vitality
  • Fraudrin (Elite Demon) – Vitality
  • Mono (Ashen Desire) – Speed
  • Eastin (Oceanic Harmonizer) – Strength
  • Monspeet (Elite Demon) – Vitality
  • Shin (Dungeon Raider) – Vitality
  • Valenti (Earthshaker) – Vitality
  • King (Harlequin) – Strength
  • Gloxinia (Elite Demon) – Strength
  • Griamore (RE:ZERO) – Strength
  • Will (Stranger Things) – Vitality
  • Zeldris (The Ten Commandments) – Speed
  • Brunhild (Guardian of Battlefield) – Vitality
  • Derieri (Elite Demon) – Vitality
  • Drole (The Ten Commandments) – Vitality
  • Diane (The Serpent Sin of Envy) – Speed
  • Helbram (Reincarnation of Revenge) – Strength
  • Diane (Creation) – Vitality
  • Eastin (Ruler of Stormy Seas) – Speed
  • Howzer (Tempest) – Strength
  • Arthur (Destined Heir) – Speed
  • Mikasa (Greatest Soldier) – Speed
  • Merlin (Beach Girl) – Speed
  • Mai (The King of Fighters ‘98) – Speed
  • Melascula (Elite Demon) – Strength
  • Eren Jaeger (Cadet Corps) – Speed

C Tier – Fun but just Okay

These heroes are fun to play but certainly not as strong against enemies as the heroes of our upper tiers. While these heroes can gain access to some powerful buffs, it takes a lot of work to level them up high enough to be as effective as the stronger characters.

  • Melascula (Ten Commandments) – Speed
  • Ban (Outlaw) – Speed
  • Ban (Ale Collector) – Speed
  • Thonar (Warrior of Justice) – Vitality
  • Beatrice (RE:ZERO) – Speed
  • Deathpierce (The Pleiades of the Blue Sky) – Vitality
  • Elaine (Halloween) – Speed
  • Roxy (Mad Destroyer) – Strength
  • Elaine (Sweet Temptation) – Strength
  • Elizabeth (Liones) – Vitality
  • Slater (Overpower) – Speed
  • Elizabeth (A New Adventure) – Speed
  • Galland (Ten Commandments) – Speed
  • Elizabeth & Hawk (Mobile Tavern) – Strength
  • Guila (Rapier) – Speed
  • Meliodas (The Dragon Sin of Wrath) – Strength
  • Galland (Elite Demon) – Strength
  • Gustaf (Knight of Ice) – Vitality
  • Eren Jaeger (Titan Form) – Vitality
  • Helbram (Forest Guardian) – Vitality
  • Elizabeth (New Legend) – Strength
  • Elizabeth & Hawk (Reverse) – Speed
  • Jenna (Sweet Temptation) – Speed
  • Levi (Greatest Soldier) – Strength
  • Jericho (New Legend) – Speed
  • Lilia (Bringer of Disaster) – Vitality
  • Jericho (Knight of Frost) – Strength
  • Liz (Memory Fragment) – Vitality
  • Elizabeth & Hawk (Mascot) – Vitality
  • Arthur (King of Prophecies) – Speed
  • Mike (Stranger Things) – Strength
  • Meliodas (New Legend) – Vitality
  • King (Forest Guardian) – Vitality
  • Mono (Deathbringer) – Strength
  • Oslo & Hawk (Awesome Party) – Speed
  • Roxy (Midsummer Sun) – Speed
  • Shin (Halloween) – Strength
  • Valenti (Sunny Vacation) – Speed
  • Jericho (Godspeed Knight) – Vitality
  • Zaneri (Sweet Temptation) – Vitality
  • Zaratras (Reincarnation of Conviction) – Vitality
  • Nanashi (Swift Sword) – Speed

D Tier – Insignificant and Time-Consuming

The below-average heroes in this tier have weaker skills than the characters of the higher tiers. They will need a lot of gameplay and dedication to rank up. These characters start much further behind the higher-ranked heroes with much lower stats.

  • Alioni (Beard of the Mountain Cat) – Vitality
  • Dogedo (The Pleiades of the Blue Sky) – Strength
  • Golgius (Weird Fangs) – Speed
  • Marmas (Boom Boom Pow) – Speed
  • Twigo (Confirmation) – Strength
  • Meliodas (Halloween) – Strength
  • Dreyfus (Omen of Chaos) – Strength
  • Gowther (Liones’s Hero) – Speed
  • Diane (Heart of the Land) – Strength
  • Matrona (Fang of the Land) – Speed
  • Vivian (Reincarnation of Obsession) – Strength
  • Weinheidt (Roars of Dawn) – Speed
  • Meliodas (The Seven Deadly Sins) – Vitality
  • Gowther (Wanted Man) – Vitality
  • Dreyfus (Break) – Vitality
  • Ban (Nunchaku) – Strength
  • Bellion (The Six Knights of Black) – Speed
  • Elizabeth (Boar Hat Tavern) – Strength
  • Guila (Explosion) – Strength
  • Jillian (Roars of Dawn) – Vitality
  • Meliodas (Boar Hat Tavern) – Speed
  • Guila (Halloween) – Vitality
  • Elizabeth & Hawk (Summer Vibes) – Strength
  • Cain (Burning Ember) – Vitality
  • Denzel (The Pleaides of the Azure Sky) – Strength
  • Diane (The Seven Deadly Sins) – Vitality
  • Estarossa (Ten Commandments) – Strength
  • Gilthunder (Thunderbolt) – Strength
  • Fraudrin (Elite Demon) – Speed
  • Oslo & Hawk (Knighthood of Scraps Disposal) – Strength
  • Gerharde (Memories of Three Thousand Years) – Vitality
  • Helbram (Royalty) – Speed
  • Dreyfus (Omen of Chaos) – Strength
  • Hendrickson (Omen of Chaos) – Vitality
  • Ban (The Fox Sin of Greed) – Vitality
  • Jericho (Adventurer) – Strength
  • Milim (Tyrant of Destruction) – Speed
  • Monspeet (Ten Commandments) – Strength
  • Rimuru (Ruler of Monsters) – Speed
  • Diane (Matrona) – Speed
  • Jericho (New Generation) – Speed
  • Rimuru (Slime) – Vitality
  • Diane (Kungfu Master) – Strength
  • Gilthunder (Star of the Kingdom) – Speed
  • Ruin (Weird Fangs) – Vitality

F Tier – The Worst

These characters are considered to be the worst and weakest characters to play. In order to make any significant progress in ranking these heroes up, there will have to be extensive gameplay and dedication.

  • Griamore (Adventurer) – Speed
  • Slater (Roars of Dawn) – Strength
  • Diane (Eternal Promise) – Strength
  • King (Disaster) – Strength
  • Elaine (Fairy of Blessings) – Strength
  • Arden (The Pleiades of the Blue Sky) – Speed
  • Taizoo (Vaizel Fight Festival) – Strength
  • Hugo (Roars of Dawn) – Vitality
  • Howzer (Liones Royalty) – Vitality
  • Jude (Weird Fangs) – Strength
  • Benimaru (Liones’s Hero) – Strength
  • Deldry (Fang of the Land) – Strength
  • Ban (Snatch) – Vitality
  • Gloxinia (Ten Commandments) – Vitality
  • King (Protector of Dolls) – Vitality
  • Elaine (Fairy King’s Forest) – Vitality
  • King (The Seven Deadly Sins) – Speed
  • Friesia (Weird Fangs) – Speed
  • Ban (Undead) – Strength
  • Griamore (Iron-Wall Knight) – Vitality
  • Simon (Roars of Dawn) – Strength
  • Hendrickson (Melt) – Speed
  • Howzer (Star of the Kingdom) – Speed

Wrap it up – Seven Deadly Sins Grand Cross tier list

Overall all of these characters are fun and challenging in their own way. Do not let this tier list shy you away from playing certain characters. As you get better, you may enjoy the challenge of the lower-tiered heroes. Regardless of what you decide, there is no doubt that you will enjoy playing this game.

Written by Emma Trudell


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