Souls Tier List – Every Epic Hero Ranked!

By admin Apr15,2024

Making a party in a gacha is hard. That’s why I’ve put together this Souls tier list, to help you determine which hero to use and which to skip. It’s designed to help you at all stages of the game, from the beginning, when you’re stuck with weaker options, all the way to the end. I’ll update it whenever a new hero arrives, or alongside balance changes, so please bookmark this page and check back often!

Souls is the latest game by the prolific developer Habby. You may know it best from the roguelike Archero or Vampire Survivors-like Well, Souls is a bit of a departure for Habby, as it’s a gacha game that sees you exploring a 3D world, recruiting heroes, and battling enemies. There’s an idle component, in that you can leave your heroes to battle automatically, collecting the rewards upon your return.

You can grab Souls from Google Play. I’ve also put together a Souls best heroes guide and we’ve got a a tier list if you’re simply a fan of Habby.

Souls Tier List

Now, let’s take a look at the complete rankings in our Souls tier list. Remember, we are only ranking the epic heroes, as these are the best in the game and the heroes you will use when you reach endgame.


The best heroes currently available, and a must have in all endgame parties.

  • Aolmond – Healer
  • Dolucos – Dealer
  • Kaion – Dealer
  • Lulu – Supporter
  • Richelle – Defender
  • Solina – Healer


Solid heroes that can fill gaps in your party.

  • Abala – Defender
  • Benzel – Dealer
  • Carmen – Dealer
  • Dextor – Supporter
  • Fleta – Dealer
  • Lilith – Dealer
  • Milia – Dealer
  • Nuel – Supporter
  • Olga – Supporter
  • Sol – Dealer
  • Taros – Defender
  • Void – Healer
  • Zagrako – Defender


These characters are great during the early and mid phases of the game, but fall off towards the end.

  • Babu – Defender
  • Calix – Supporter
  • Harfa – Defender
  • Idina – Supporter
  • Odelia – Healer
  • Sander – Dealer
  • Tania – Dealer
  • Ulion – Attacker
  • Zenon – Supporter


Heroes in this tier have niche uses. They might be good against specific enemies, or in a particular game mode. Otherwise, avoid them.

  • Amanda – Dealer
  • Aruru – Healer
  • Ash – Supporter
  • Bahzam – Dealer
  • Fiona – Healer
  • Ken – Dealer
  • Lagou – Defender
  • Paru – Supporter
  • Rakan – Defender


Don’t use heroes in this tier unless you absolutely have to.

  • Galan – Supporter
  • Naru – Healer
  • Telfer – Dealer

Why Did We Only Choose Epic Characters?

This tier list is primarily aimed at endgame players, who will have unlocked a bunch of epic characters. As you can probably tell, epic characters are considerably superior to characters of other rarities. So, we’ve skipped them in favour of just epic rarity characters so you can just focus on building the best team.

What Should I Do During the Early Phases of the Game?

Keep pulling in the gacha and add any epic heroes that you unlock to your party. Even if they’re D tier, they will provide a significant improvement over a character in a lower rarity. Keep building up your party full of epics until you can start to choose who you can add, then use this tier list to help you.

Also, when you reach a point where you start being picky with epics, make sure to reset any heroes you drop from your party. That way, you can gain the materials you need to upgrade your new epic almost instantaneously.

Souls Best Heroes

Now, let’s take a look at who we consider to be the Souls best heroes and why.

  • Aolmond
  • Dolucos
  • Kaion
  • Lulu
  • Solina


Aolmond is a super powerful healer that can keep your party alive even against the most devastating teams. His skills provide regular HoT (healing over time) to all allies, remove debuffs, and buffs his healing abilities. That’s alongside active healing and pretty solid DPS.


  • Lunar Owl (Active): Heal yourself and adjacent allies by 75% of your ATK, and a apply a HoT buff, healing for 60% of your ATK for 3 turns.
  • Spirit Release (Passive): Gain 100 Energy at the start of battle.
  • Warm Heart (Passive): At the end of odd-numbered rounds, remove 2 debuffs from yourself and adjacent allies, and apply a buff that increases Healing Received by 20% for 1 turn.
  • Inspiring Touch (Passive): At the start of every 2 rounds, apply a HoT buff to the ally with the lowest HP, healing for 40% of your ATK for 2 turns.
  • Amplified Nature (Awaken): Whenever an ally uses an active skill, Aolmond’s healing amount increases by 4% up to 60%.


Dolucos will absolutely destroy hordes of enemies with his Chain Lightning active skill, which he can use very regularly thanks to his two passives that help charge Energy. Not only that, but Dolucos is one of the least squishy damage dealers as he can regularly heal a ton of his HP.


  • Chain Lightning (Active): Deal ATK 155% damage to adjacent enemies in a chain attack. This attack can be chained up to 3 times, and with each chain, the ATK increases by 20%.
  • Lightning (Passive): ATK of normal attack increases by 30%, and you gain an additional 30 Energy from a normal attack.
  • Subtle Method (Passive): At the end of every 2 rounds, remove 2 debuffs from yourself and all allies in the same row. Upon removing a debuff, you gain 30 Energy.
  • Awe (Passive): At the start of every 5 rounds, heal 50% of max HP.
  • Grand Magician (Awaken): If all allies are killed and you are the last one standing, you transform into a giant for 2 turns, increasing ATK by 70% and DEF by 100% once per battle.


Kaion is a damage dealer that you want in the frontline, preferably in front of the enemy’s support unit. Suffocating Blow will devastate all enemies in a line, and heal you in the process. Kaion might be a bit squishy, but he more than makes up for it with his intensely powerful attacks.


  • Suffocating Blow (Active): Deal ATK 180% damage to an enemy and all enemies in a straight path behind it, and heal yourself by 50% of the damage dealt.
  • Devouring Blade (Passive): Gain Physical Resistance +15% and ATK of normal attack increases by 45%.
  • Wounded Beast (Passive): At the start of each round from round 2, ATK increases by 6% up to 60%.
  • Wild Instinct (Passive): The closer you are to the enemy, the higher ATK increases, up to 40%.
  • Warrior of the Battlefield (Awaken): Just before death, gain a Shield equal to 45% of max HP for 2 turns and survive. Gain an additional 100 Energy.


Lulu is one of the most powerful support units in the game. What she lacks in heals, she makes up in the Energy she spreads around with wild abandon. This allows your team to pull off their active skills far more often.

Not only that, but she can help provide heals, defend your most powerful damage dealer, and boost ATK for all units. She’s a very complete support unit.


  • Victory Performance (Active): Increase the Energy of all allies by 50, and apply a buff to them that increases their ATK by 20% for 2 turns.
  • Magic Arrow (Passive): Normal attacks deal ATK 103% damage to all enemies in the front row, and it heals the ally with the lowest HP by 50% of the damage dealt.
  • Inner Rage (Passive): Whenever an ally dies, increase the Energy of all allies by 40. Can only activate 5 times per battle.
  • Soothing Light (Passive): At the start of round 2, apply a Shield to the ally with the highest ATK, equal to 160% of your ATK for 3 turns.
  • Harp Player (Awaken): Upon death, increase the Energy of all allies by 50, and apply a buff to them that increases ATK by 15% for 2 turns. Can only activate once per battle.


If you want a straight up healer, look no further than Solina. Her active heals, provides shields, and removes debuffs from the two units with the least HP. Not only that, but she can boost speed of all allies, revive once per battle, and deal out Energy.


  • Prayer of Healing (Active): Heal 2 allies with low HP by ATK 155%, and apply them a Shield equal to 20% of their max HP for 2 turns. Additionally, remove all debuffs from them.
  • Ultimate Sacrifice (Passive): At the start of battle, permanently increase the Speed of all allies by 20.
  • Warm Heart (Passive): Increase Dodge Rate by 25%. If your HP falls below 35%, heal yourself by 30% of max HP once per battle.
  • Unfailing Faith (Passive): If an ally’s HP falls below 50%, you gain 50 Energy once per battle.
  • Divine Miracle (Awaken): When using an active skill, revive 1x random dead ally with 70% HP and 100% Energy once per battle.

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