Pacifism is kind of the Iron Giant’s whole deal, so it’s no surprise that his heart doesn’t seem into Multiversus. While he hits like a truck, he’s slow and... well, giant, making him a walking target in battle.
Multiversus’ mascot is S-tier cute. Unfortunately, the strange pup is outclassed by other characters who are also easier to play. Reindog can save teammates from falling and throw out tons of buffs and debuffs, but ultimately lags behind other Supports.
Poor Velma. She got dunked on in Scooby-Doo for years, and now she gets the same in Multiversus. Velma can heal damage as well as deal it, making her lots of fun, but her complicated playstyle involves collecting “clues” to power a special and she’s overall hard to play well.
Garnet combines status effects with high damage, but she’s held back by her slow speed. You’ll find much better characters that cover her role in combat, but her flexible kit makes her fun to play.
Arya Stark is so fun it’s a shame she’s not that good. Despite strong melee attacks with Needle and the ability to steal foes’ powers (and faces), Arya isn’t powerful enough to justify her high skill floor.
With throwable safes, Acme TNT, and other Looney Tunes staples, Bug Bunny is one of the best-ranged characters in Multiversus. Projectiles generally aren’t that strong on their own, but he can keep the pressure on opponents to set up his team.
Wonder Woman’s high versatility can be a great asset or a drawback, depending on the player. She doesn’t excel at anything, in particular, making Wonder Woman a good starting character who you’ll probably want to leave behind later.
If you like playing Support classes, Steven Universe might be your Multiversus go-to. He doesn’t deal much damage, but a skilled player can shut down enemy teams with his ability to shield and heal teammates.
Despite being humbled by a recent nerf, Taz remains a powerful (and annoying) force in Multiversus. His tornado attacks are his bread and butter, dealing sustained damage, and he can turn enemies into chickens that restore his health with enough concentrated attacks.
As you’d expect, the Man of Steel is a solid pick. He gets armor from many attacks, plus his mobility and ranged power make him hard to pin down and even harder to avoid.
Jake the Dog isn’t as strong as his pal Finn, but he’s still a great character. In place of raw power, Jake controls the battlefield with abilities that weaken opponents and push them around the stage.
They just put a real guy in here, huh? LeBron James is a true team player with attacks that buff his whole team, and he can also hold his own one-on-one. As the newest addition to Multiversus, he’s likely to change quite a bit soon, but for now, he’s an excellent draft pick.
Finn’s kit may seem simple, but he’s a tough character to play well. His specials are charged by collecting coins (gained by using regular attacks), which he can also spend for upgrades. But if you’re up to the challenge, Finn can absolutely dominate a battle.
The debate is over: Batman is officially better than Superman. In Multiversus at least. His toolbelt is packed with abilities to debuff foes, and his Bat-Grapple move lets him zip around the battlefield to get out of (or into) tough fights.
Eating his body weight in sandwiches every day apparently awakened Shaggy’s Super Saiyan form. A balanced character with moves that’ll be familiar even to casual fighting game fans, Shaggy is one of the best characters for beginners.
Harley Quinn is an absolute powerhouse. She deals massive damage close-up and has a remote explosive that extends her range quite a bit. She’s nearly universally considered the best damage-dealer right now by Multiversus players.