Girls Connect Tier List & Reroll Guide (2023)

Get the best girls in your squad!

Mobile Idle RPG Girls Connect is a gacha-style adventure game in which you put together a team of heroes to do battle. Heroes come in four classes across five elements, with a strong stable of heroes being required to cover the large variety of scenarios you’ll come up against, including PVP. You’ll find yourself pulling a lot of heroes via the summoning system, even in the first hour of play. So, we’ve put together this Girls Connect tier list and reroll guide to help you get started.

Girls Connect Reroll Guide

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At the start of the game, log in as a guest and do not bind your account. You will be given two heroes and go through a series of set battles which only lasts a few minutes. You are then taken to the city screen, where you’ll click the Summon tower and get a free summon (Ketty). Upgrade Ketty to level 20 and ascend them, then go back to the campaign until you’ve completed level 2.5, which will allow you to upgrade to Novice Knight III (above). You can now go back to the summon tower and claim an Advanced Summon x10. This should give you your first UR hero.

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If you don’t like the heroes you get in your first 10-pull, you can reroll. However, we do not recommend it. You are extremely unlikely to pull a high-tier hero at this stage, so you are better off accepting your fate and working on getting better heroes as you play the game and use free gift codes to advance. However, if you do want to reroll, this is the process:

  1. In Settings on your mobile device, select App Settings.
  2. Find and select Girls Connect.
  3. Select Storage and Cache.
  4. Clear all storage and cache data.

As long as logged in as a guest and did not bind your account, you can now go back through the tutorial process.

Girls Connect Tier List

The heroes you are looking for in Girls Connect are the UR heroes. Most heroes you’ll get in Girls Connect will be listed as SSR, SR, or R. SSR and SR heroes should only be leveled-up if you do not have enough UR heroes to make up a five-hero squad. Otherwise, they should be used for leveling up your other heroes. For R heroes, see the end of this guide. Once you have a selection of UR heroes, check out our tier list below:

SS-rank heroes

The best heroes in Girls Connect. If you can get these, concentrate on leveling them up first. Don’t expect to get many Light and Dark heroes early on, as you will build up to those as you play.

  • Epsilon (Light, Mage)
  • Tsubasa (Dark, Warrior)
  • Puro (Light, Warrior)
  • Setsu (Light, Mage)
  • Nia (Light, Warrior)
  • Dirge Leia-Mia (Dark, Support)
  • Dante (Dark, Assassin)
  • Nicole (Dark, Assassin)
  • Cadley (Dark, Mage)
  • Specter (Dark, Warrior)

S-rank heroes

In the same league as the S-rank heroes above, depending on the situation and your team setup.

  • Leia-Mia (Light, Support)
  • Utega (Wind, Mage)
  • Rin (Water, Warrior)
  • Siyi (Light, Mage)
  • Aurora (Light, Support)
  • Cottonwood (Light, Support)
  • Sigurdley (Light, Warrior)
  • Nidhogg (Dark, Mage)
  • Labis (Fire, Mage)

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A-rank heroes

Great heroes but can be improved by the heroes above the more you play.

  • Leviathan (Water, Warrior)
  • Hera (Water, Mage)
  • Yuna (Water, Support)
  • Lorelei (Fire, Support)
  • Misty (Fire, Warrior)
  • Petrolla (Fire, Support)
  • Sherra (Wind, Warrior)
  • Arabel (Wind, Mage)
  • Daisy (Wind, Mage)
  • Niord (Water, Mage)

B-rank heroes

Can all be superseded over time, but preferable to the heroes below in the early game if you’re low on choices.

  • Silassia (Water, Warrior)
  • Mirenne (Water, Mage)
  • Gulvig (Fire, Mage)
  • Lan (Water, Assassin)
  • Alice (Fire, Assassin)
  • Y.Kuznoha Rengetsu (Fire, Mage)
  • Donley (Wind, Warrior)
  • Vel (Wind, Support)
  • Snow Ruler (Water, Mage)
  • Frost Star (Water, Support)
  • Mira (Wind, Mage)

D-rank heroes

You should quickly be able to find heroes to replace these unless they completely suit your style of play or a particular individual battle situation.

  • M.Kuzunoha (Fire, Mage)
  • Chloe (Fire, Assassin)
  • Bradley (Dark, Warrior)
  • Ensei (Wind, Support)
  • Bahamut (Fire, Warrior)
  • Rengetsu (Fire, Assassin)
  • Bonaire (Wind, Warrior)

How to use R-level heroes

These are very poor-quality heroes that you may as well trade in immediately (you can do so by clicking the Automatically dismiss R heroes option on the Summon menu).

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About the Author

Chris Marling is a writer and editor with more than 20 years of experience across newspapers, magazines, and websites. Based in the UK, he has written professionally on everything from tech to tearooms. But his real passion is gaming, going right back to the Atari 2600 - and especially RPGs and MMOs. He cut his teeth on games such as The Realm and Anarchy Online. But 20 years on still gets excited about exploring each new world. When not online, you'll find him gaming analog-style around the table. Chris has had five of his own board games published, including Pioneer Days and Armageddon.

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