Looking for the best heroes to invest your hard-earned Furniture on? This is the only AFK Arena Furniture Tier List you want to know!

furniture tier list

Best 9/9 Funiture Ability

By RakuDayyy

grezhul

Grezhul

Grezhul has become a staple in the PVE meta, this is vastly due to his furniture being so strong, His 3/9 makes his shadow shields explode once they expire, this is already strong because Grezhul steals stats from his enemies. But it’s his 9/9 that turns him into a different beast. Every Skeletal warrior that is summoned because of any of his ability will enjoy the effect of his shields.

Combined with his 3/9 that makes the shields explode… it’s just ridiculous…. The only downside is that Grezhul takes some time to build up his skeletal army, but pair him with a CC-heavy team or with an Alna set and he is a DPS machine.

This furniture set should absolutely be built not only for campaign but also for other game modes. if you want to have a decent ranking in the Twisted Realm (given you are not in the fabled realm) you will need it. You want to be competitive in ABEX? You will need him there too.

alna

Alna

One of the best heroes in the game, and currently the best celestial. What her furniture does is nothing to scoff at. To begin with, her 3/9 make it so that the damage dealt by the other frontline hero causes the enemy targets to lose 30 haste points for a 5 second duration. Although this cannot be stacked (it would break the game if it could), this is still massive and people don’t realize how busted this is: a 5-star Dura’s call gives 15 haste, Lyca’s ability gives 35 haste…

And what makes her even stronger is her 9/9, it allows her ability Winter’s call to take effect on the other frontline hero, Giving him a 9 second immunity, but if you have her signature item at +30 this effect procs two times, giving the other frontline hero a total of 18 seconds of damage and crowd-control immunity.

This alone enables heroes to carry, and heroes who take time to build up her their damage like Grezhul love being paired with her.

Ainz

Ainz

The “game-breaking” hero, ever since Ainz was released he tops the charts in almost every game mode, PVE and PVP.

What makes him so good is his broken 9/9, it allows his skill “The Goal of All Life is Death” to proc 9 seconds earlier.

This basically means that after 15 seconds of battle (instead of 24) all enemies lose 50% of their actual health and are stunned for 4 seconds. In PvP if you follow that with an ult it’s almost a guaranteed victory – if you don’t have a 9/9 Ainz and you are against a 9/9 Ainz, it is very likely that you will lose without being able to do anything. In PVE although the ability has a hidden cap, the damage is still massive. In the very endgame it is the set that is the most susceptible to be replaced because he can’t scale infinitely.

But for now he still reigns supreme, and if you have him, you should build his 9/9 furniture.

Merlin

Merlin

Arguably the best support hero in the game. His furniture boosts his “Destiny foreseen” ability, this ability reduces damage for himself and all allies by 35% for 8 seconds,
combine it with his 3/9 and it becomes a 12 second damage reduction. Also, this ability provides a teamwide shield which exists for 5 seconds if the enemy symmetrically positioned to Merlin uses his ultimate ability. This is useful against enemies with a high burst and allows to negate part of the damage (Like an Ainz ultimate for instance).
His 9/9 makes the “Destiny foreseen” ability proc at the very beginning of the battle, and if you place him symmetrically to heroes that ult very early you gain a massive shield for free on top of the already existing 12 second 35% damage reduction.

In PVE this is really strong for heroes that are already tanky to make them almost unkillable. In PVP you’ll mostly pair him with Ainz to protect him.
and ill you place him symmetrically

Lucretia

Lucretia

After several buffs, she has become a staple in every game mode, she is a PVE and PVP monster.

Although most of her strength comes from her Signature Item, I still recommend building her furniture as a high priority. The bonus stats are always nice on a hero that benefits from every little increase if gets (the same logic applies to engravings where she is a top candidate).

But the effects of both her 3/9 and 9/9 are also very interesting, the two of them need Lucretia to use her ultimate to activate (which she does usually fast). The first one activates the first time Lucretia uses her ultimate, from now on every enemy she hits with her flames will have his energy recovery rate reduced by 50%,

This is helpful in PVE and PVP as it can delay key ultimates (Solise in campaign for instance). As for her 9/9 it activates after two ultimates. If an enemy is touched by the flames surrounding her, he can’t use his ultimate anymore…

This totally denies campaign heroes like Thoran. That’s why she is so strong in a 5-pull set, her flames touch the whole enemy team.

Zaphrael

Zaphrael

Another PVP monster that sees a growing use in PVE. Initially used as Elite in Thoran and Ainz comp as a stun bot to stall enemies and gain precious seconds, he can technically be used forever because the stun times are constant. But he really reaches is ultimate potential with his 9/9 which is a massive step-up from his 3/9, he stuns enemies for 2 seconds every 8 seconds every time he is hit (this also works when he dodges attacks). So, with 9F he basically becomes a CC-machine, it also helps his survivability a lot. Plus, if you reach the point where you build him, you might as well go for his 9/9 to transform him into a PvP monster as well. (It should also be noted that he benefits a lot from duplicate furniture).

Oden

Oden

Some heroes work just fine at minimal investment but become stellar-carries when fully invested. Oden is one of these heroes.

His 3/9 is one of the bests in the game, it reduces energy gains by 80% for 5 seconds. He can single handedly prevent the whole enemy team to use their ultimate by stacking enemies on top of each other and hitting them with his “Void Lightning” once he gets going.

On paper the 9/9 doesn’t seem as impactful but in fact it makes him much more reliable. Not having to use animations to cast his void lightning means that he will group enemies together faster, reduce their energy faster, and they will take his AOE damage faster…
This furniture also synergizes well with his +30 SI, he snowballs way faster. Put him behind the likes of an Alna to protect him or any tanky hero and he becomes unstoppable.

silas

Silas

This one might be the most debatable pick. The furniture itself is insanely strong the 3/9 makes it so that a melee that receives Silas ultimates is granted a massive 30% attack speed boost as well as a 50% attack boost. And the 9/9 does the same thing but for ranged heroes. The thing is the furniture is strong undoubtedly, but Silas isn’t used that much to ult ranged heroes, so the 9/9 is debatable.

But it can’t still be clutch in some situations, like ulting a Ferael allowing him to fear more enemies and possibly turn the battle around. Silas 9/9 is still very strong in some events like Abyssal Expedition, Hunting Fields, and even the recent Isle of Solitude where you had to have him if you wanted to compete for a top ranking.

That’s why I thought that it was still worthy of a high priority especially for high-end/ competitive players.

nemora

Nemora

Maybe the most underrated pick of the list. Nemora 9/9 makes it so that it charms enemies around her when they are too close to her. It’s one of the high skill/high rewards 9/9.
On the one hand it requires a lot of creativity to make use of it, but if you manage to do it successfully you can achieve clears that looked almost impossible before. Charming enemies is a crowd-control effect that will almost certainly never leave the meta, so with her 9/9 Nemora will always have a place and be used in PVE at very high deficits. Also, it helps countering dive heroes that usually destroy your team. That is especially useful against ultra-aggressive heroes like Zaphrael who are so fast that you can’t plan against them.
It’s a risky hero to invest into, but in the right hands it is insanely powerful and top-tier worthy.

Full AFK Arena Furniture List & Ratings

Furniture, or Fum for short is unlocked after a hero reaches ascended inside the oak inn. Since Its release, many furniture and heroes have risen and en. Our most recent furniture guide was over three months ago, so I’d Like to update our general focus with the new meta inclusions. The way fin organizing this list is by placing heroes into tiers based on meta use in the end game, and then ranking their furniture within their meta usage. I wilt also haw in-depths on another page with this guide outlining each furniture

Furniture Tier List by AFKArty & ALPattex!

Note: S+ > S > A > B > C > D

Hero3/39/9Description
elijah lailah
Twins
S+DGreat 3/9 for survivability, the 9/9 is a much higher investment that isn't often needed.lust a good buff to helping the hero survive in poor conditions.
talene
Talene
SSJust solid boost to her overall kit at 3/9 and 9/9, doesn't rework her kit but enhances her damage and healing, a well rounded investment on a flexible hero.
eironn
Eironn
SAGood damage amplification by guaranteeing his Sylvan Oath passive, but technically RNG-able, 9/9 is a decent 15% damage increase that can technically improve his ceiling but a high investment.
tasi
Tasi
S+SExtremely high boost to survivability to 3/3 and 9/9 that allows Tasi to reapply sig debuff to enemies and haste buff to allies, Very small blink cooldowns make her tank much better.
Ainz
Ainz
SS+3/9 provides decent burst that can allow for picks before Ainz even generates ult especially off AOE stuns, but 9/9 lets his Passive match up close to his ult timer, I'd rate this the #2 9/9 in the game.
alna
Alna
SS+Easily the strongest set of furniture on a hero in the game, reducing enemies haste on all targets hit as well as complete immunity to any hero on the frontline makes this irreplaceable and protects backlines.
thoran
Thoran
BS3/9 can grab enemies outside his natural ult range which is useful for niche cheese teams, and the extra 150 energy off the 9/9 means you can invest less resources into cheese, but not needed.
mehira
Mehira
SADecent 3/9 and 9/9 for keeping cycles up, but won't impact early ults by any means, best in slow sets and after your fight hanging furniture is already invested into.
Lucretia
Lucretia
SSGood 3/9 and 9/9 that let her cheese more consistently by slowing enemy ults, 9/9 won't often change fights besides against a hero like Thoran, good for stets either way and strong carry investment.
ezizh
Ezizh
AS3/9 is great if Ezizh can live past initial damage to gain value from the 60% mitigation, 9/9 is also great in slower sets but poor if Ezizh is just around as an energy battery.
grezhul
Grezhul
S+S+3/9 increases shield values by a massive amount and Lets them explode for the guaranteed damage and energy drain, which on his 9/9 applies to every single skeleton summoned draining energy like crazy.
Albedo
Albedo
ACSolid 3/9 to mitigate full damage and protect a carry to allow for niche clears, 9/9 is hard to validate in any measure as Albedo healing of her low damage doesn't make her allies grow stronger in any ways.
rowan
Rowan
CD3/9 is a slow over time heal that you can validate because of Rowan's widespread use, His 9/9 is a bigger heal for a much Larger cost, within the 5 worst fum in the entire game, don't build this.
daimon
Daimon
S+DAmazing damage amplification for his entire team that sees use in all modes off his 3/9, but the 9/9 just increases a small timer and gives allies support after Daimon dies, which should never be a part of your win condition.
lyca
Lyca
AS+3/9 is a tiny damage amplification with minimal impact but 9/9 nearly doubles Lyca's total damage output and double applies her debuff to both targeted enemies which makes it desirable in burst.
izoldS+B3/9 allows him to stack damage as he takes damage which with his mitigation and self heal makes him a meta carry, 9/9 helps against timing out versus extra tanky tanks.
khazard
Khazard
SCStrong CC on the 3/9 that increases his survivability and main gameplan, the 9/9 helps with avoiding timing out late into fights but otherwise has minimal impact on most fights.
arthur
Arthur
ADSaving one ally from fatal damage after Arthur ults isn't an unreasonable task as he generates energy decently fast but the 9/9 boosting the shield value after is extremely weak for the total investment.
athalia
Athalia
ABSolid furn that synergizes well with her +30, not very worth without this investment, The dashes can increase her survivability but it's mostly for applying widespread bleed.
orthros
Orthos
S+AVery effective 3/9 and 9/9 when you can get Orthros to survive, but pretty weak if he doesn't ult or only ults once, also requires power manipulation per stage, but if used well is near the top.
zolrath
Zolrath
S+SAbsolutely irreplaceable 3/9 that single handedly changes fights by denying enemies, 9/9 is more on just the good end in slower sets that can make Zolrath reach the 65 second mark over his reset. If you're building Zol, it's for the 3/9.
Oden
Oden
S+A3/9 provides an 80% energy reduction in an AOE that allows Oden to group 5 enemies, and his 9/9 passively applies this effect consistently and boosts Oden's damage by being cast 11 times in a fight without requiring an animation.
nara
Nara
ABRequires execute to get value from both her furniture effects which is just too rare in campaign to validate a high investment but solid for tower.
lorsan
Lorsan
DCFurniture only has value in Longer fights which Lorsan wants to avoid, as his shield breaks should rarely occur and placing his shield on aLL aLLies shouldn't change a fight often compared to 2 allies.
Zaphrael
Zaphrael
AS+Very strong 3/9 and 9/9 for disruption and survivability, This helps Zaph follow up off his teleport effectively and live towards an ult more often.
Mezoth
Mezoth
SSVery solid 3/9 and 9/9 that allow Mezoth more sustain and carry potential in a fight, but if he takes too much burst damage early neither will have any impact, plays into Mezoth's strengths more so than cover for weakness.
skriath
Skriath
S+CHis 3/9 is a one trick pony for Eironn that makes it very potent in PvE by pulling and grouping 5 enemies but his 9/9 is hard to gain value from as there's no heroes to manipulate enemies walking to places.
Ezio
Ezio
CS3/9 is useful for niche scenarios where he can cleanse CC, but 9/9 is the real value so Ezio can set up to provide followup to other impactful heroes like Ainz or Daimon without taking too long.
silas
Silas
S+S+Fantastic attack damage and speed buff onto enemies who you can RNG priority onto making their immunity also allow them to carry in a stronger manner which has valuable melee and ranged heroes.
pippa
Pippa
AAGreat energy drain on her 3/9 if she can Live to second ult, 9/9 is useful for the energy boost and damage eventually stacks up with pippa orbs and portals, but needs Pippa to live for a long period of time.
tidus
Tidus
SBSolid 3/9 that allows him to hunt down low health enemies more easily, +9/9 is health regen that is often useless due to Tidus's natural healing ad doesn't often win fights.
farael
Ferael
SS+Haste reduction and stuns on his 3/9 and his 9/9 now letting his ghost arrows apply the stun means he can continually lock down a frontline target while casting his usual skill rotation.
gwyneth
Gwyneth
AC3/9 adds consistency and burst to an already burtsy hero, 9/9 has use for snowballing but Gwyn already does that well More of a win-more on a moderate hero.
saurus
Saurus
ABDecent damage mitigation for campaign use but nearly useless for TR besides the attack on the him stats, a bit over prioritized for 9/9.
gorvo
Gorvo
ABGreat value on the 3/9 if you can afford the investment to +30, but for an average player this a tiny boost to survivability that will be rarely noticeable which the 9/9 doesn't change.
kren
Kren
BADecent protection on the 3/9 that evolves into stronger CC at 9/9 that can help Kren or an ally dive more efficiently but doesn't often make or break a fight. Nearly useless furniture, it's a glorified stat stick with practical use once in a millennium, This is only for stats and nothing else.
skreg
Skreg
S+S+Extremely powerful fight warping 3/9 that increases damage output and reduces incoming damage, and 9/9 also funnels energy, but only to heroes who can invade the enemy side Limiting teams that can use it.
satrana
Satrana
SS3/9 is extremely impressive damage amplification and 100% anti heal with a Lowered timer at 9/9 that allows Satrana to carry effectively even at high deficits.
isabella
Isabella
S+SThe double energy drain is extremely powerful as it smart targets on highest total energy but 9/9 is a win more option, although a CC based win more that gives it more value than average.
raine
Raine
SDVery powerful bossing 3/9 as it stays permanently on a single target, 9/9 is decent in campaign but often unnecessary. Decent in priority but nothing that needs to be done right away.
queen
QUEEN
SBSolid sustain off the 3/9 that can impact other melee heroes like Eironn or Tidus which adds a damage increase at 9/9, good in 5 pull sets but the furn wont be her breaking point in most other comps.
brutus
Brutus
AC3/9 is a decent boost for raw tankieness that can sneak out a win, the 9/9 is a very poor win more option that can only maybe see niche use in Luc cheese.
hendrik
Hendrik
BCLimited placement and moderate defense buff, has some alright value for making Arthur or Izold more tanky, but too niche most of the time to validate.
flora
Flora
SB3/9 and 9/9 are just good boosts to a good hero, It's a small haste buff and debuff, but haste is haste, hard to neglect a powerful stat since Flora smart targets.
joker
JOKER
ABCleansing himself from CC and making a shield is nice but Joker doesn't usually Live more than a few hits nor get CC'd, so it's a less commonly used niche that is only slightly enhanced by his 9/9.
safiya
Safiya
DC3/9 elongated her starting pyramid which usually hasn't worn out by the time a fight is won, 9/9 increases ult charge time which is decent in fast Eironn sets or tower but otherwise poor.
numisu
Numisu
BA3/9 is pretty weak since totems are usually one shot in campaign but 9/9 healing an additional ally has decent value, higher SI drastically improves value of this furniture.
mortas
Mortas
DDNearly useless furniture, it's a glorified stat stick with practical use once in a millennium. This is only for stats and nothing else.
nakoruru
Nakoruru
BBPromising in sets where Nako isn't immediately bursted since it heals, and with Albedo's defense buff it's less common if used together, but high burst negates this entire ability.
Eluard
Eluard
BS3/9 is nice protection for himself so he can eventually trigger his 9/9, but provides no utility to his teammates until after Huard can charge an ult which by them is often too late.
antandra
Antandra
AS3/9 is strong damage mitigation and 9/9 in theory is ridiculously powerful but hard to trigger in some sets as Antandra needs to avoid being killed in one or two hit at high deficits.
vurk
Vurk
SB3/9 is a good damage increase for punishing invaders stunned by his traps, 9/9 is a weak boost to poison time but not stun time nor a damage boost in any way.
seirus
Seirus
CSWhen by itself Seirus 3/9 is very weak but inside synergistic teams that have additional knockbacks with allies the 9/9 can get extremely strong value, not useful if Seirus is only push though.
kelthur
Kelthur
CAGood to amplify his overall damage but KeLthur gains the most value when he alive where his 9/9 has great value, alright inside cheese sets for extra burst and cleanup.
estrilda
Estrilda
ADDecent 3/9 for TR and AE, Slower attack boost that has value against bosses only as Estrada is used in fast lets, 9/9 is just 3/9 but for too much investment.
kaz
Kaz
AADecent damage increase on the 3/9 but usually single target unless Kaz can reliably ultimate, 9/9 energy reduction is alright but often not game winning on such a high investment. Great base furn stats.
nemora
Nemora
CA Extremely weak 3/9 that only self heals when Nemora is in a volatile position, 9/9 is a strong but unique counter to specific teams and heroes such as Satrana.
theowyn
Theowyn
SAGreat furniture for locking down one enemy although applies a little slowly, with 9/9 can turn Theo into a psuedo carry compared to just a support for lockdown. Great against Izold and Orthros.
Anoki
Anoki
CCWeak shields with diminishing value that apply after a fight has already been won or Lost usually, Does have some alright synergies with summons.
MK
Wukong
SSGreat set of powerful furniture that increases his sustain and damage over a Long period of time, but has very little effect if the rest of your team is dying while he hides.
respen
Respen
CATwo extra birds has almost no impact until 9/9 is build, where the requirement is still high to activate the double stun but with knockup synergies can be used effectively.
rosaline
Rosaline
CDSuper weak furniture that has almost no effect in a battle since it throws just teacups, this is another glorified stat stick with some use in TR for buffing Shem.
cecilla
Cecilla
BSAlright 3/9 that just adds stacks that are truly only used by her 9/9 double ult, great when you can slot Ceclia into a team but hard to force as her damage takes time to ramp up.
baden
Baden
DCClones are almost always one shot so healing them for 45% is near useless, but Baden being able to immune 6 instances of fatal damage means he can get great value if there's only a few high impact skills.
shemira
Shemira
CDGuaranteeing an ult cast at max energy is nice for TR and Low campaign but the 9/9 requires Shemira to already be taking damage to gain any value at all, and Shemira herself is decently weak
khasos
Khasos
BDDecent .3 scats that has some use in towers and odd campaign sets, 9/9 is an almost useless ability that only adds half of the 3/9 and for a Limited time.
fawkes
Fawkes
DC3/9 has just about 0 use in any fight besides tiny Joker synergies, 9/9 is just Fawkes ult but only half the ability on normal attacks, aka counters Like 2 heroes total for a high investment.
ulmus
Ulmus
DCDecent shield application on his 3/9 but requires his backline allies to be melee, 9/9 increases his many shields which can be useful if trying to make use of Ulrnus's x kit in anyway.
lucius
Lucius
DCPlacement Limited and moderate buffs for a short period of time, both 3/9 and 9/9 are overinvestments since the hero falls out of favor anyways for tanks with more impact.
Oscar
Oscar
DA3/9 dodge is almost useless besides a marginal amount of survivability, 9/9 is decent as a damage increase to cycle skills faster for a bit of higher burst and movement.
Torne
Torne
CCAlright shield that applies when he Loses health, WILL seem very strong when it works as it's a repeatable effect, but requires a high investment on Tome to see any value.
warek
Warek
CD3/9 provides an attack buff on grouped enemies and 9/9 makes attacks unmissable on grouped enemies, but Warek isn't used for damage of any kind, and when he is its single target.
Ukyo 1
Ukyo
BBGreat in theory as it can stack up to 90% extra damage but Ukyo has unreliable damage output and is more burst based meaning the stacks don't enhance his primary goal in a team.
belinda
Belinda
CCOnly a bit of use for Guild Hunt and bossing, otherwise 3/9 will almost never apply in campaign and 9/9 value means Belinda is being used wrong and not ulting multiple enemies.
Drez
Drez
SSBoth 3/9 and 9/9 are very strong but don't come into play until after Drez ultimately, which although is his win condition can often mean fights are already over.
thane
Thane
SBUnique and powerful furniture on a weak overall hero,The furniture increases his overall damage and survivability but just isn't applicable compared to meta carries.
rigby
Rigby
CDSlow mitigation based 3/9 for weakest ally that requires you to change for formation to support it, 9/9 is usually a win more that is hard to validate on a weak hero.
solise
Solise
ACHer flowers respawning is an alright buff that marginally increases her damage, the 9/9 requires allies dying and only works off frontline to begin with capping at 2 for little gain.

Best +9 Furniture Heroes

A guide by Xapyslenderman

These are the best hero ranking you should focus on in term of +9 Furniture!

S Tier

talene

Talene

An extra skill that helps her resurrect faster is always good. While the damage is insufficient for PvE, it boosts her Kane damage significantly.

ezizh

Ezizh

Makes any comp he is used in significantly more consistent as he uses his ‘Feeble Mind’ skill as the first skill into battle, the time where he usually dies most of the time.

farael

Ferael

It allows him to perms stun 1 enemy for the entire battle, which is huge depending on the enemy.

eironn

Eironn

It makes his damage skyrocket. He does so much damage that Sofiya becomes support rather than a DPS for Eironn teams chapter 33+

orthros

Orthos

Makes his ult go from being almost useless to being one of the most op ults in the game. Him and Talene can solo carry several battles with this.

A Tier

skreg

Skreg

Really good for several invade teams but is mostly useful for mauler tower than the campaign.

Drez

Drez

Makes him a mega speedy boi which helps him carry in mauler tower quite easily.

lyca

Lyca

Makes her go from an op support to both an op support and op carry. If she can survive she usually outdamages both Eironn and Saurus.

nemora

Nemora

Very versatile skill, that interrupts Rowan’s potion cart permanently and even makes enemy Lorsan link his own teammates.

B Tier

rosaline

Rosaline

Throws only 1 cup. Makes her value go down but is still a nice stun.

flora

Flora

Decent buff but hard to abuse in pve.

satrana

Satrana

Makes her anti heal capabilities significantly stronger.

khasosKhasos

Makes his quite tank but mainly useful for mauler tower.

nara

Nara

Good skill but hard to use as its hard for her to survive and execute at chapter 33+. This is mainly used for her cc and bleed damage.

thoran

Thoran

Cheese is much more consistent.

C Tier

Zaphrael

Zaphrael

Average skill if he can survive in pve.

safiya

Safiya

Very situational +9. Her +3 is almost never required as the battle ends before the pyramid most times.

theowyn

Theowyn

Decent skill but makes it a 4v5 for your team which is hard to manage most times.

Ezio

Ezio

Kinda useless +9 since most enemies are full health at the start anyways.

raine

Raine

Very situational, but good for many bosses.

kazKaz

Can’t fully utilise her poison skill as her damage is single target based.

D Tier

antandra

Antandra

Decent skill for a bad hero that doesn’t help her be any better.

Oden

Oden

No team in pve lives long enough to let Oden use his Furniture skill.

Oscar

Oscar

He is more useful for his knockbacks than damage.

fawkes

Fawkes

Average skill overall.

estrilda

Estrilda

Doesn’t live long enough for the skill to come into effect.

lucius

Lucius

He almost always starts in the backline making his Furniture skill useless.

 

Best +3 Furniture Heroes

S Tier

tasi

Tasi

Makes her from an annoying fairy to a super tanky fairy, who is significantly harder to kill.

zolrath

Zolrath

Best +3 in the game. That extra time makes or breaks several speed based battles for both PvE and PvP.

izold

Izold

A must-have for Burning Brute, Abyssal expedition and he is quite useful for several multi fights in PvE.

elijah lailahElijah Lailah

Second best +3 from all celepogeans. Makes them significantly tankier for PvE.

skriath

Skirath

Makes Eironn teams without Rowan, go from average to one of the best and most consistent teams without both Rowan and Tasi.

A Tier

MK

Wu Kong

Makes him ult like crazy and actually survive in PvE.

daimon

Daimon

With his ult, he can make enemies take 40% more damage without enemies even touching him. This really pushes him to be one of the best DPS in the game.

gwyneth

Gwyneth

Makes her consistency significantly better, which is all that endgame is about.

khazard

Khazard

Increases his defensive capabilities.

tidus

Tidus

Makes him a killing machine by the end, if required to solo carry at the end.

B Tier

mehira

Mehira

Helps her ult faster with +30 SI. But that is only after the initial phase where the faster ult would have helped more.

rowan

Rowan

Extra heal is decent.

arthur

Arthur

A second Hendrik for Gwyn teams is huge, when Hendrik isn’t being used for Gwyn.

nakoruru

Nakoruru

Decent skill but very hard to use as most agility heroes get 1 shot rather than surviving with little hp to use the skill.

C Tier

saurus

Saurus

Makes him live longer for campaign battles.

brutus

Brutus

2 seconds are always nice to have.

Mezoth

Mezoth

Helps him against bleed damage but that’s about it.

LucretiaLucretia

Hard to abuse as getting 2 or 7 ultimates from enemies is usually death in PvE.

kelthur

Kelthur

A bit more damage to increase Cheese consistency.

athalia

Athalia

Not the best buff out there but a little bit more damage never hurts.

D Tier

rigby

Rigby

Decent skill but very slow for its effects to actually matter.

cecilla Cecilla

She is used more for her damage reduction than her damage.

Ukyo 1

Ukyo

He misses to much to make use of his damage.

vurk

Vurk

Very situational and mostly not helpful.

So after my original furniture guide with questionable formatting, here is the new and improved version. Special thanks to u/mischief 2175 and u/Anthropophaga

Download & Play AFK Arena on PC