HoloCure Tier List 2023

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Discover our fresh Holocure tier list: ranking characters from best to worst, factoring in all aspects. We follow the meta and updates.

We’ve published our new HoloCure tier list. In this list, we’ve ranked the best characters in the game from best to worst. While creating this ranking, we considered all the factors. We’re keeping up with Holocure’s current meta, its latest updates, and the most recent developments. Additionally, we’re reviewing tier lists created by the Holocure community and looking at comments to make the best ranking. Tierlista editors will keep this list constantly updated. Let’s take a look at the best character rankings!

Holocure Tier List

Based on the latest patch, our Holocure Tier List is as follows:

T0


T1


T2


T3

T0 (Top-Tier)

  1. Nekomata Okayu: Okayu’s multi-target attack is formidable, and she can keep her team alive with her healing skills.
  2. Sakura Miko: Miko’s multi-target damage and her buffing abilities to boost her and her allies’ attack power make her a top contender.

T1 (Excellent-Tier)

  1. Takanashi Kiara: Kiara’s single-target damage is substantial, and she can enhance her team’s attack power with her buffs.
  2. Shirakami Fubuki: Fubuki’s single-target damage is notable, and she can increase the healing received by her team with her buffs.
  3. Ouro Kronii: Kronii’s single-target damage is significant, and she can increase her team’s movement speed with her buffs.

T2 (Good-Tier)

  1. Gawr Gura: Gura’s single-target damage is decent, and she can decrease the healing received by enemies with her debuffs.
  2. Inugami Korone: Korone’s single-target damage is respectable, and she can reduce enemy critical hit chances with her debuffs.
  3. Watson Amelia: Amelia’s single-target damage is okay, and she can reduce enemy attack speed with her debuffs.
  4. Hoshimachi Suisei: Suisei can hit multiple foes with a powerful attack and weaken enemy attacks with her debuff ability.
  5. Roboco-san: Roboco’s single-target damage is strong, and she can reduce enemy defense with her debuff abilities.
  6. Hakos Baelz: Hakos deals heavy single-target damage and can slow down enemy movement with her debuffs.

T3 (Avarage-Tier)

  1. Mori Calliope: Calliope can deal good single-target damage and reduce enemy defense with her debuffs.
  2. Murasaki Shion: Shion’s single-target damage is potent, and she can buff her team’s defense, making her a solid choice.
  3. Oozora Subaru: Subaru focuses on high single-target damage and can debuff enemy attack power.
  4. Airani Iofifteen: Iofifteen can deliver solid single-target damage and slow down enemy attack speed with her debuffs.

Tier Ranking Criteria

  • T0: This is the highest tier in a tier list, reserved for the most powerful or effective options in the game. Characters or strategies in this tier are considered to be essential picks for competitive play and are often banned in tournaments.
  • T1: This tier is just below T0-tier and includes characters or strategies that are still very strong and effective, but not quite as dominant as those in the T0-tier.
  • T2: This tier includes characters or strategies that are considered to be average or balanced in terms of their strength and effectiveness. They may have some strengths and weaknesses, but they are not as dominant as those in the higher tiers.
  • T3: This is the lowest tier in a tier list, reserved for the weakest or least effective options in the game. Characters or strategies in this tier are often considered to be inferior to other options and may be rarely used in competitive play.

It’s important to note that the exact definitions and criteria for each tier can vary depending on the game and the community creating the tier list. Additionally, a character or strategy’s placement in a tier list is not always an accurate reflection of its overall strength or effectiveness, as factors such as player skill and game balance can also play a significant role.

Best Characters in HoloCure

Sakura Miko

Stats

  • HP: 60
  • ATK: 0.9x
  • SPD: 1.4x
  • CRT: 1%
  • Starting Weapon: Sakura Gohei
  • Special Attack: Demon Lord’s Domain
    • Create a zone around Miko for 8 seconds, summoning hot flames that burn everything. Targets in this zone take 50% more damage.

Skills

  • Elite
    • Level 1: After receiving any healing, Miko gains a 4-second buff that boosts ATK and SPD by 20%. Any “Elite” weapons are 10% larger.
    • Level 2: After receiving any healing, Miko gains a 4-second buff that enhances ATK and SPD by 35%. Any “Elite” weapons are 10% larger.
    • Level 3: After receiving any healing, Miko gains a 4-second buff that increases ATK and SPD by 50%. Any “Elite” weapons are 10% larger.
  • Baby Language
    • Level 1: Attacks have a 10% chance to trigger a “Nyeh” effect, dealing 50% damage and confusing targets. This confusion reduces ATK and SPD by 30% for 3 seconds.
    • Level 2: Attacks have a 15% chance to trigger a “Nyeh” effect, dealing 75% damage and confusing targets. This confusion reduces ATK and SPD by 30% for 3 seconds.
    • Level 3: Attacks have a 20% chance to trigger a “Nyeh” effect, dealing 100% damage and confusing targets. This confusion reduces ATK and SPD by 30% for 3 seconds.
  • Eroge Hero
    • Level 1: When Miko conquers a target, she gains “Ero” for 4 seconds. With “Ero,” she heals 2 HP every 2 seconds. Each conquest resets the timer.
    • Level 2: When Miko conquers a target, she gains “Ero” for 4 seconds. With “Ero,” she heals 3 HP every 2 seconds. Each conquest resets the timer.
    • Level 3: When Miko conquers a target, she gains “Ero” for 4 seconds. With “Ero,” she heals 4 HP every 2 seconds. Each conquest resets the timer.

Nekomata Okayu

Stats:

  • HP: 60
  • ATK: 0.9x
  • SPD: 1.4x
  • CRT: 5%
  • Starting Weapon: Onigiri
  • Special Attack: Mogu Mogu
    • Okayu becomes invincible for 6 seconds and gains a 50% SPD boost. Non-boss targets she touches will be devoured, restoring 5% HP.
    • Cooldown: 60 Seconds

Skills:

  • Feast
    • Level 1: When a target is defeated, there’s a 6% chance to drop various food types that heal for 1, 3, 5, or 20 HP.
    • Level 2: When a target is defeated, there’s an 8% chance to drop various food types that heal for 1, 3, 5, or 20 HP.
    • Level 3: When a target is defeated, there’s a 10% chance to drop various food types that heal for 1, 3, 5, or 20 HP.
  • Yummy
    • Level 1: Boost food drops by 50%. Upon consuming food, gain a temporary 40% ATK, 15% SPD, and 5% Crit increase for 8 seconds.
    • Level 2: Boost food drops by 75%. Upon consuming food, gain a temporary 60% ATK, 25% SPD, and 10% Crit increase for 8 seconds.
    • Level 3: Boost food drops by 100%. Upon consuming food, gain a temporary 80% ATK, 35% SPD, and 15% Crit increase for 8 seconds.
  • Sensitive Voice
    • Level 1: Increase Crit chance by 5%. Critical hits have a 10% chance to “Charm” targets within 120px for 4 seconds. Charmed targets can then be consumed to restore 3% HP.
    • Level 2: Increase Crit chance by 10%. Critical hits have a 15% chance to “Charm” targets within 120px for 4 seconds. Charmed targets can then be consumed to restore 4% HP.
    • Level 3: Increase Crit chance by 15%. Critical hits have a 20% chance to “Charm” targets within 120px for 4 seconds. Charmed targets can then be consumed to restore 5% HP.

Tier lists always provide great insights about the current meta. We hope you’ve enjoyed our Holocure tier list. We’d love your contributions too. You can share the tier lists you create for the game you play. We can publish them under your name and give credit to your desired links (e.g., Twitch, Twitter). Looking forward to seeing you in our next guide where we rank the best characters!