One of the new features brought by the March update is brawlertitles. Here, each title will be explained and analyzed.

Before seeing the title themselves, you need to understand their structure. Titles can have two different parts: a classification and a qualifier.

A title can be made of :

  • 1 classification alone
  • 2 classifications
  • 1 classification and 1 qualifier

You can’t have a qualifier alone or two qualifiers: you need at least one classification.

In this guide, we will start by covering the classifications, and then we will see the qualifiers.

Note that titles usually don’t take star powers into consideration. For instance, Tara isn’t classified as a Playmaker Summoner because her summoning abilities are only accessible by her star power.


Classifications


Fighter

Close to medium ranged brawlers, who can deal low to medium damage.

Examples: Shelly, Nita (Summoner), El Primo (Heavyweight), Bo (Trapper), Poco (Healer)


Marksmen

Medium ranged brawlers, who can deal medium to high damage through constant multiple bullets.

Examples: Colt


Shooter

Long ranged brawlers, who can deal medium to high damage through constant multiple bullets.

Examples: Ricochet (Trick)


Sniper

Long ranged brawlers, who can deal high damage through single powerful bullets.

Examples: Piper


Rocket Man

Long ranged brawlers, who can deal high damage through powerful AoE rockets.

Examples: Brock


Summoner

Brawlers who can summon minions with mobility and damaging capabilities.

Examples: Nita (Fighter)


Engineer

Brawlers who can summon minions without mobility, but with damaging capabilities.

Examples: Jessie


Assassin

Close ranged brawlers, who can deal high damage and who possesses a good mobility.

Examples: Mortis (Dashing), Crow (Toxic)


Healer

Brawlers who can heal allies.

Examples: Poco (Fighter), Pam (Heavy)


Charger

Brawlers with medium charging capabilities (5~10 tiles).

Examples: Bull (Heavy)


Roller

Brawlers with high charging capabilities (15+ tiles).

Examples: Darryl (Heavy)


Thrower

Brawlers who, with their main attack, can deal damage over walls.

Examples: Dynamike, Barley


Trapper

Brawlers who can successfully put high pressure on some parts of the map without the use of minions.

Examples: Bo (Fighter)


Playmaker

Brawlers who can deal high damage and who have great crowd control capabilities.

Example: Tara, Spike


Qualifiers


Heavy

Brawlers who have 4000~5000 health.

Examples: Bull (Charger), Darryl (Roller), Pam (Healer)


Heavyweight

Brawlers who have more than 5000 health.

Examples: El Primo (Fighter)


Dashing

Brawlers with low but constant charging capabilities (-5 tiles).

Examples: Mortis (Assassin)


Trick

Brawlers who have extremely high control over their attacks.

Examples: Ricochet (Shooter)


Toxic

Brawlers who can deal damage to an opponent without directly hurting them (poison effect).

Examples: Crow (Assassin)


Guide by Gravity Monkey.

2 Comments »

  1. If Stormy Standoff is in the game, I think we’ll see lots of Shelly’s at lower trophy places. And, will upgrades and the star power count in this? Because if it counts, I don’t think a player with less skill and no upgrades on a specific Brawler will have a chance to beat their opponent, who may be fully trained in using that same Brawler with all upgrades bought, including the star power. (BTW sorry for the long sentence.

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    • Really good question, it would be a casual, balanced standoff. They would both be either maxed or level 1, or the same level. Casual mode.

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