Rogue Legacy 2 introduces 13 different classes, each having its own different abilities and unique mechanics that truly set them apart from what another. However, just like any other game, not all classes are optimal in the game.
With that in mind, let’s have a look at the ranking of all classes and figure out which is the best class to use.
Which is the Best Class to Use in Rogue Legacy 2
Take note that each class comes with its own unique talent, weapon, and passives that will change the way you play the game. Nonetheless, some of them just aren’t that good enough to run with.
This rank constitutes classes that aren’t that optimal to run simply because they lack the right survivability, consistent damage output, or just that simple fun factor that players are looking for. It’s for this reason why they belong to the bottom five.
Classes in this rank include the Bard, Assassin, Gunslinger, Dragon Lancer, and the Mage.
Of these classes, the Mage no doubt has a fun playstyle which involves firing projectiles to enemies that will explode at a certain distance.
Unlike other players, this class has no talent and is instead compensated by the fact that he can use two spells at once. Still, the Mage’s lower health pool makes it quite a struggle to survive in the long run.
As far as survivability goes, the Dragon Lancer might just take the take with its 20% armor boost. Nonetheless, its combination of Weapon and Talent causes it to become a bit lackluster compared to the other classes.
For the other three, while they can have a somewhat decent damage output, their survivability are among the lowest.
Classes that belong to this rank have a decent mix of survivability and consistent damage output. Included here are the Ranger, Barbarian, Duelist Boxer, and Knight.
The Ranger, for examples, allows you to attack enemies at a safe distance while dealing poison damage.
Then there’s the Barbarian that has the Winter’s Shout Talent which can freeze enemies in a massive area coupled by its large health pool.
In this rank, the Knight might just prove to be the strongest, thanks to its Shield Block Talent and the fact that it can move while attacking.
In this rank are the three strongest classes in the game. Let’s first start with the Ronin who can dish out huge damage using the Katana. This also allows it to hit enemies at the end of its range whenever it Skill Crits.
Then we have the Valkyrie which uses the Fauchard Weapon to deal damage from a decent distance and even attack in four directions. The Deflect Talent is also very powerful as it can block projectiles and even damage enemies at the same time.
Lastly, the number one best class would be the Chef. Of course, its Frying Pan Weapon might not sound like it can dish out tons of damage, but it does have the ability to light enemies on fire, which in turn causes damage over time.
It also has the ability to reflect projectiles when doing melee attacks, something that is really useful as the game is often filled with projectiles during combat. So far, the Chef is an excellent balance of damage and survivability, making it the best class by a long shot.
Genshin Impact: Totem Puzzle in ‘Garden of Endless Pillars’ Guide
Lighting the Pyro Totems in the correct order will help you complete this puzzle, and unlock a fast travel waypoint.
The Garden of Endless Pillars is located within the northwestern part of the Sumeru Desert. Once you’ve reached there, you’ll notice a giant slab cemented in the dunes, along with various Pyro totems surrounding it nearby.
There will be various mirage walls across the region, but they should be fairly easy to traverse, while hitting the totems with Pyro attacks.
We’ll explain how to successfully complete the Totem Puzzle in the “Garden of Endless Pillars” Guide – read on for our walkthrough.
The very first thing you’ll need to do is go to the Garden of Endless Pillars location on the map, which we’ve indicated in the screenshots below.
Once you’ve reached The Garden of Endless Pillars, you’ll need to switch over to Amber, as you’ll have to utilize Pyro attacks on the corresponding totems.
The first totem is extremely easy, as there are no walls blocking you – simply take a right upon entering the area, and shoot the totem.
To reach the second totem (pictured above) you will have to walk forward a fair bit until you spot the totem located in the right-hand corner. As you are blocked by the wall, you will need to traverse onto the concrete pillars to get a vantage point from which you can target the second totem.
Head right for the next totem, located in front of crumbled concrete walls. To find the last two totems, proceed forward and take a slight left. The very last one is located to the right, opposite of the prior totem.
Hitting all the totems will cause the slab to activate, and after this sequence, you will unlock a fast travel point for this region, which you can then use moving forward throughout the new update.