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Viability Ranking[edit | edit source]

The Viability Ranking is, similar to Monster Legends Competitive Wiki, a list of all Epic monsters in order of Viability. This list goes from OP Rank, where only the best Epics are listed, to the F Rank, where only Epics that are easily outclassed by others are listed. Note that stats are at level 90.

Useful Links[edit | edit source]

Monster Categories Portal - This portal page regroups links to different monster categories

Top: Speed - Fastest Epics in Monster Legends

Top: Damage - Most powerful Epics in Monster Legends

Top: Health - Most tanky Epics in Monster Legends

Special Skills Ranking - Here you will find all of the Epics monsters' special skills ranked!

OP Rank[edit | edit source]

These epics are OP compared to other epics. They are one of the best epics in the game to use, and they could probably beat most Legendaries ranked D below.

SS Rank[edit | edit source]

Restricted to the best of the best. These Epics are very good but cut just short of OP rank for having either lower stats or just weaker moves compared to OP rank. Despite that, they're easily some of the best in the game, and can guarantee to beat some Legendary monsters in E rank and below.



S Rank[edit | edit source]

These monsters are the best epics to use in the game. They cut short of SS due to lower stats, trait quality, etc. They are very strongly recommended in Epic team wars. They outclass some old legendaries like Nebotus, Rockantium, Thundhare, Lagerchaun, Thorder, and Vadamagma.




A Rank[edit | edit source]

These monsters are worse than the above tiers but still perform greatly and occassionally overpowers lowest ranked Legendaries. They are still a great and viable choice in the meta and should be considered if you aren't able to obtain higher ranked monsters.




B Rank[edit | edit source]

These monsters are average but they are still considered as viable options for your team.

B (Unranked)




C Rank[edit | edit source]

Monsters in this rank perform average in the game, and are recommended only if they are high ranked. Only use these if you are in the early game or if you don’t have anybody in the above tiers.

C (Unranked)




D Rank[edit | edit source]

Monsters in the D Rank don't perform very well, and are not recommended. Only consider using them over the below tiers.

E Rank[edit | edit source]

E-Ranked lads are bad. They are occasionally outclassed by some of the best Rares. Their stats and skills aren't as good as most other Epic monsters, and really are not recommended.

F Rank[edit | edit source]

Restricted to monsters that are so horrible, they are beaten by Rare and uncommon monsters (mostly unbreedable ones). These epics are worst to use in your team, and won't beat most monsters even if they're a higher level than them. Do NOT use these epics unless you're at the very early game! They are basically Lagerchaun, but for epics.

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