Anime Fighters Simulator – Best Passives Tier List (December 2022)

You are currently viewing Anime Fighters Simulator – Best Passives Tier List (December 2022)

What passive a character has in Anime Fighters Simulator can have a significant impact on how powerful that fighter is.

Passives are permanent boosts that a character can randomly have upon being opened from a star or by you rerolling a passive onto it manually.

Recommended Read: Anime Fighters Simulator How to Get Divine Characters

There are tons of passives in the game, all giving an increase in some stats and some of them also a decrease in other stats.

Even though some passives give a decrease in some stats, they are still incredibly powerful, as the overall boost greatly improves the fighter.

Given the number of passives in the game, it can be difficult to know what passive to go for and keep on a fighter, which is why we’ve created this guide to help you decide the best passive for you.


Table of contents


Best passives in Anime Fighters Simulator

Characters in Anime Fighters Simulator can have passives, which are permanent boosts that change their stats.

Almost all passives in the game make fighters stronger, while a couple makes them weaker.

If you manage to get one of the best passives on a fighter, its damage output will increase significantly.

In the following tier list, all passives in Anime Fighters Simulator have been ranked based on how useful they are.

PassiveTierRarityBoost
Protagonist

S+

Secret+35% Damage, +25% Attack Speed, +25% Movement Speed, +10 Maximum Level Cap, 3x EXP Gained
God

S+

Secret+120% Damage, +80% Ultimate DMG, +50% Attack Speed, 1.1X Size, - 2 Hits to charge ultimate, 3X Movement Speed
Lightspeed

S+

Secret+80% Damage, 4.5X Attack Speed, +10 Hits to charge ultimate, 1.3X Time, 5X Movement Speed
Ace

S

Mythical+100% Critical Rate
Lucky III

S

Mythical+0.5 Luck
Monster

S

Secret+200% Damage, 1.25X Attack Speed, 1.5X Size, 1.5X Movement Speed
TIme Lord

S

Secret+0.25 Time, +5 Hits to charge ultimate, +50% DMG, 3X Attack Speed, 10X Movement Speed
Mercenary

S

Mythical+65% DMG, +40% Boss DMG, +20% Ability Damage, 1.2X Attack Speed, -1 Drop, -2 Yen
Ghostly

A

Mythical+50% DMG, 50% Attack Speed, 10X Movement Speed
Flaming

A

Mythical+100% Damage, +20% Attack Speed, +50% Movement Speed, +50% Size
Genius III

A

Legendary+60% EXP
Tactical III

A

Legendary+100% Boss DMG
Blessing

A

Mythical+75% DMG, 2.5X Movement Speed
Sorcerer III

A

Mythical-4 Hits to charge ultimate, 20% DMG, +80% Ultimate DMG
Prodigy

A

Mythical+90% EXP
Diligent III

A

MythicalMax unit level +5
Tank

B

Legendary+65% DMG, -50% Movement Speed
Relaxed

B

Mythical+150% Damage, -30% Attack Speed, -50% Movement Speed
Solid Gold

B

Mythical+75% DMG, 40% Yen, -20% Attack Speed, -25% Movement Speed
Lucky II

B

Legendary+0.25 Luck
Giant

B

Legendary+50% DMG, -20% Movement Speed
Collector III

B

Legendary30% Drop Chance increase
General

B

Mythical+30% Team Damage
Leader III

B

Mythical+25% Team Damage
Genius II

B

Rare+30% EXP
Tactical II

B

Epic+50% Boss DMG
Sorcerer II

B

Legendary-2 Hits to charge ultimate, 10% DMG, +30% Ultimate DMG
Diligent II

B

LegendaryMax unit level +3
Strong III

C

Epic50% DMG
Tiny

C

Legendary+20% DMG, 50% Attack Speed, 5X Movement Speed
Rich III

C

Epic+30% Yen
Lucky I

C

Common+0.1 Luck
Genius I

C

Common+15% EXP
Tactical I

C

Common+25% Boss DMG
Strong II

C

Rare+25% DMG
Leader II

C

Epic+12% Team Damage
Collector II

C

Epic20% Drop Chance increase
Draconic

C

Mythical+75% DMG, '+20% Yen, 40% Drop Chance Increase
Diligent I

C

RareMax unit level +1
Rich II

D

Rare+20% Yen
Speedy

D

Epic+30% Attack Speed, 3X Movement Speed
Sorcerer I

D

Epic-1 Hit to charge ultimate
Strong I

D

Common+10% DMG
Leader I

D

Rare+5% Team Damage
Rich I

F

Common+10% Yen
Collector I

F

Rare10% Drop Chance increase
Dumb

F

PoorLess EXP
Slow

F

PoorLess Movement Speed
Weak

F

Poor-20% DMG

The current tier list is based on the rankings by Anime Fighters Simulator YouTuber oTradeMark and NeelsTV.

Each passive is assigned a rank between S and F, with S being the highest and F being to lowest.

S-tier passives are incredibly strong but also much harder to obtain than any other passive.

You should not use any F-tier passives, as they’ll make your fighter weaker than if they had no passive at all.

We will keep updating this tier list as new passives are released or old ones are reworked.

There is a small chance that a fighter has a passive when you open it from a star.

If a character doesn’t have a passive and you use it on your team, you might want to consider giving it a passive.

You can do this by visiting the passive reroll machine located in the Hero’s University world.

Here you can both reroll the passive of a character who already has one or give a character who doesn’t have a passive one, both of which cost either raid shards or Robux.

In Anime Fighters Simulator, there are different rarities of passive:

  • Poor
  • Common
  • Rare
  • Epic
  • Legendary
  • Mythical
  • Secret

Generally, the higher the rarity a passive is, the better it is.

All passives of poor rarity make the character weaker, so you should not keep any passives of this rarity if you are looking to use the fighter.

There is, however, one aspect that you should consider when deciding what passive is best for a character – its ultimate charge time.

The ultimate charge time is how quickly they can charge their ultimate – how many regular attacks they have to perform before their ultimate bar is fully filled.

Fighters with a high ultimate charge time benefit more DPS-wise from passives that also give an attack speed boost, while fighters who have a short ultimate charge time benefit more from DMG multipliers.

As rerolling passives is expensive, we recommend only doing it to characters that you know that you’ll be using in the end game.

Passives only affect the stats of the character with the passive, except for Yen-boosting and Drop-boosting passives which affect your account.

If you manage to obtain any characters with the Solid Gold passive, we recommend that you keep them, no matter how weak they are.

With Solid Gold characters, you can drastically increase how many Yen you earn. Learn more in our Yen farming guide.

Characters with the Collector III passive are also great to keep, as you can use them to farm Time Trial shards faster.

Because some passives have such a massive effect on the damage output of a fighter, we recommend checking how well a fighter that you get with a good passive scales in terms of DMG per level.

In some cases, fighters of lesser rarity will perform better than those with higher rarities from later worlds.


That’s the best passives in Anime Fighters Simulator!

Have any input or suggestions for this guide? Let us know in the comment section below.

Tim Stadel Clausen

Tim, also known as Timzer online, is the founder & owner of Gamerempire.net. He was raised on a wide variety of video games and reached great heights in many of them. Having started several online ventures, including other websites, it’s only natural that Tim started a gaming site as well.

Leave a Reply