23-Sep-2014


Assaults

Tier 1: Dire Wolf DWF-Prime/A

Tier 2: Victor Dragon Slayer | Stalker Misery | Stalker STK-3F | Highlander 733C | Victor VTR-9S | Warhawk WHK-B | Atlas D-DC

Heavies

Tier 1: Timber Wolf TBR-C (PUG GOD)

Tier 2: Summoner SMN-Prime/B/D | Mad Dog MDD-Prime/A/B | Cataphract CTF-3D | Catapult CPLT-A1 | Jagermech JM6-DD/S

Mediums

Tier 1: Stormcrow SCR-Prime/C/D | Shadowhawk SHD-2K

Tier 2: Nova NVA-Prime/B | Griffin GRF-3M | Shadowhawk SHD-5M | Griffin Sparky | Blackjack Arrow | Hunchback HBK-4P

Lights

Tier 1: Firestarter Ember | Jenner JR7-F

Tier 2: Kit Fox FKX-Prime/D/S | Adder ADR-Prime/A/D | Raven RVN-3L

Change Notes

Mad Dog MDD-Prime/A/B: So I finally got to play this thing and it is just unholy amounts of fun, in addition to being a monstrosity in a brawl. I have yet to try the LRM boat version which may yet be better for PUGs, but I am so satisfied with the brawler linked in the tier list that it’s already certainly good enough to be near the top of Tier 2. The only thing that kept me from pushing it ahead of the Summoner was because of the chance of dropping on maps like Alpine.

Victor Dragon Slayer: I had to do it. The DS has been demoted from all of its Tier 1 positions. Compared to the other options available at its optimal range in competitive (Dire Wolf) and its class in PUGs (still Dire Wolf), it is really underwhelming and can’t carry nearly hard enough to make the cut.