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Stepping into the thrilling world of Naraka: Bladepoint, a place where different heroes clash in epic battles, is both a challenge and an adventure. Each of these heroes, comes with their own set of strengths and weaknesses, making them unique on the battlefield. This character variety also means that each character would excel or underperform in different situations and would fit different player play styles. In this post, we’ll attempt to quickly familiarize you with each of the Naraka Bladepoint characters, so you’ll have an easier time picking the one that fits your play style and preferences the best.

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Note tha teven though the next lines should give you a general idea of each of the playable characters, we do encourage you to eventually try them all. To truly find the heroes that resonate with your playstyle and skills, you’ve got to go on your own hero journey. Test out each hero, see how they perform in the heat of battle, and pay attention to the tactics used by other players. And hey, don’t be shy – share your personal favorites with us in the comments below. After all, every warrior in Naraka: Bladepoint has a unique story to tell, and we can’t wait to hear yours!

Naraka: Bladepoint All Characters

In Naraka Bladepoint, you have a diverse roster of characters, each with their unique abilities, so choosing the right one is crucial. Some of them are available right from the start, while others can be unlocked by completing quests or by using the in-game currency, silver, or the paid currency, gold.

For each of the characters, we’ve provided a generalized rating system for attributes, such as damage, control, survivability, in order to allow you to quickly grasp what their strengths and weaknesses are. Here’s a quick rundown of what each atribute represents:

  • Damage – The character’s overall offensive capability and potential to quickly take out opponents using brute force.
  • Control – Abilities that to disrupt opponents via stuns, knockbacks, pulls, combo-breakers, slows, or another for of crowd control. In a combat system with a pronounced focus on movement, control abilities are essential in order to be able to deliver your high-damage moves.
  • Survival – Abilties that heal, restore armor, and allow the character to absorb more damage and/or recover faster after taking damage.
  • Support – Abilities that allow the character to buff teammates, keep them safe, heal them, or help them recover their armor. Support abilities sometimes overlap with survival ones, but the focus here is on helping one’s teammates.
  • Mobility – The character’s ability to quickly move around and reposition themselves both offensively and defensively. Again, in a game where the combat system requires constant engagement and disengagement, having high mobility is key for success, especially if your role is as the main damage dealer. Mobility skills include dashes, jumps, instant teleports, and any other skill that allows you to instantly reposition yourself, allowing for chasing down fleeing opponents, escaping losing battles, or repositioning yourself during a fight to gain the upper hand.

Note that some of the characters do tend to perform better than others in specific situations, but this doesn’t mean there’s a character that is all-powerful or another one that’s should never be picked. Instead, it’s all about understanding the different abilities and play styles and knowing in what situations they are the most and least viable.

Yoto Hime:

  • Damage: 5/5
  • Control: 3/5
  • Survival: 4/5
  • Support: 2/5
  • Mobility: 3/5
  • Skills: Spirit Slash, Spirit Slash: Crush, Spirit Slash: Vortex
  • Ultimate: Twilight Crimson, Twilight Crimson: Seal & Unchained

Yoto Hime is a formidable warrior with exceptional damage-dealing capabilities, that reward an aggressive play style that works well in both solo queue and team games. She also boasts good survival skills and moderate control over the battlefield. However, her support abilities are limited, and her mobility is average. Her skills include Spirit Slash and its variants, and her ultimate abilities are Twilight Crimson, including the powerful Seal & Unchained.

Matari:

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  • Damage: 3/5
  • Control: 3/5
  • Survival: 3/5
  • Support: 4/5
  • Mobility: 5/5
  • Skills: Silent Flutter, Silent Flutter: Rapid Flash
  • Ultimate: Unseen Wings, Unseen Wings: Assassin, Unseen Wings: Smite

Matari, on the other hand, brings a balanced set of attributes to the battlefield. Her damage and control are decent but not exceptional. She excels in survival and support, making her a valuable addition to the team. Matari is incredibly mobile, earning a full 5 out of 5 in that category. Her skills include Silent Flutter and its rapid variant, while her ultimate abilities are Unseen Wings, with options like Assassin and Smite.

Yueshan:

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  • Damage: 4/5
  • Control: 3/5
  • Survival: 5/5
  • Support: 3/5
  • Mobility: 4/5
  • Skills: Line Breaker, Line Breaker: Rush, Line Breaker: Ambition
  • Ultimate: Troop Decimation, Troop Decimation: Command

Yueshan is a well-rounded character with impressive survival skills and damage potential which is why he is a good pick of you want someone reliable for solo queue. His mobility and support skills are decent, making him a versatile choice on the battlefield.

Tarka Ji:

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  • Damage: 5/5
  • Control: 3/5
  • Survival: 3/5
  • Support: 2/5
  • Mobility: 5/5
  • Skills: Inner Fire, Inner Fire: Bide, Inner Fire: Gigaflame
  • Ultimate: Blackout, Blackout: Vulcan, Blackout: Frenzy

Tarka Ji excels in damage and mobility, making him a formidable force in battle. However, his support abilities are limited, and survival can be a challenge.

Viper Ning:

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  • Damage: 3/5
  • Control: 5/5
  • Survival: 2/5
  • Support: 4/5
  • Mobility: 1/5
  • Skills: Yushan Enigma, Yushan Enigma: Lockdown
  • Ultimate: Twilight Crimson: Seal, Twilight Crimson: Unchained

Viper Ning is a master of control and support, but her damage output and mobility are relatively low. Her abilities focus on locking down opponents and providing support to the team.

Tianhai:

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  • Damage: 3/5
  • Control: 4/5
  • Survival: 5/5
  • Support: 3/5
  • Mobility: 1/5
  • Skills: The Divine Bell, The Divine Bell: Counter
  • Ultimate: Titan’s Call, Titan’s Call: Guard, Titan’s Call: Heal

Tianhai is a tanky character with excellent survival skills and control. However, mobility is not his strong suit, and he provides moderate support to the team.

Ziping Yin:

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  • Damage: 2/5
  • Control: 1/5
  • Survival: 4/5
  • Support: 5/5
  • Mobility: 4/5
  • Skills: Aromatherapy: Embrace, Aromatherapy: Protection
  • Ultimate: Saving Grace, Saving Grace: Aegis, Saving Grace: Gauze

Ziping Yin specializes in support and survival, making her a valuable addition to any team. Her mobility is also decent, but she has rather poor control capabilities.

Feria Shen:

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  • Damage: 5/5
  • Control: 3/5
  • Survival: 4/5
  • Support: 3/5
  • Mobility: 3/5
  • Skills: Gunplay, Gunplay: Scattershot, Gunplay: Aim
  • Ultimate: Mech Mayhem: Recover, Mech Mayhem: Co-pilot

Feria Shen is a high-damage character with good survival skills. While not the most mobile or supportive, her damage output makes her a force to be reckoned with.

Zai Ji:

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  • Damage: 4.5/5
  • Control: 3/5
  • Survival: 3/5
  • Support: 2/5
  • Mobility: 4/5
  • Skills: Flame Ward, Flame Ward: Ignition, Flame Ward: Firestorm
  • Ultimate: Chain Scythe, Chain Scythe: Suppress, Chain Scythe: Afflict

Zai Ji is a well-balanced character with impressive damage potential and mobility. While his support and survival abilities are decent, they are not his primary strengths.

Valda Cui:

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  • Damage: 4/5
  • Control: 4/5
  • Survival: 3/5
  • Support: 3/5
  • Mobility: 2/5
  • Skills: Haze, Haze: Array, Haze: Teleport
  • Ultimate: Nether Nightmare: Smite, Nether Nightmare: Bind

Valda Cui is a balanced character with decent damage and control abilities. While her survival and support are moderate, her mobility is relatively low. She can create Haze and teleport using her skills, and her ultimate abilities focus on smiting and binding foes.

Wuchen:

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  • Damage: 3/5
  • Control: 3/5
  • Survival: 4/5
  • Support: 5/5
  • Mobility: 4/5
  • Skills: Spirit Blades, Spirit Blades: Array, Spirit Blades: Shield
  • Ultimate: Tai Chi Rift, Tai Chi Rift: Switch, Tai Chi Rift: Portal

Wuchen excels in support and survival, making him a valuable asset to the team. His damage and control abilities are decent, and he is highly mobile, with the ability to create Spirit Blades and manipulate the Tai Chi Rift.

Temulch:

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  • Damage: 3/5
  • Control: 4/5
  • Survival: 3/5
  • Support: 4/5
  • Mobility: 2/5
  • Skills: Zephyr Wisp, Zephyr Wisp: Tracking, Zephyr Wisp: Assault
  • Ultimate: Zephyr Prison: Enchanted, Zephyr Prison: Summon

Temulch brings control and support to the table with decent damage potential. While his survival is moderate, his mobility is relatively low. He can summon Zephyr Wisps and create enchanted Zephyr Prisons to control the battlefield.

Justina Gu:

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  • Damage: 3/5
  • Control: 4/5
  • Survival: 4/5
  • Support: 2/5
  • Mobility: 5/5
  • Skills: Ice Core, Ice Core: Blink, Ice Core: Cold Wave
  • Ultimate: Artic Wraith, Artic Wraith: Blizzard, Artic Wraith: Frostwind

Justina Gu is highly mobile and offers good control and survival capabilities. Her support abilities are limited, and her damage output is moderate. She can manipulate Ice Cores and summon Artic Wraiths to freeze and control enemies.

Akos Hu:

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  • Damage: 5/5
  • Control: 3/5
  • Survival: 3/5
  • Support: 2/5
  • Mobility: 5/5
  • Skills: Roar, Roar: Blast, Roar: Terror
  • Ultimate: Feral Frenzy, Feral Frenzy: Grab, Feral Frenzy: Lockdown

Akos Hu is a high-damage character with exceptional mobility. While his control and survival abilities are decent, his support is limited. He can unleash Roars and use Feral Frenzy to grab and lock down foes, making him a fearsome adversary in battle.

Kurumi:

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  • Damage: 2/5
  • Control: 2/5
  • Survival: 4/5
  • Support: 5/5
  • Mobility: 3/5
  • Skills: Binding Prayer: Reinforce, Binding Prayer: Guard
  • Ultimate: Sacred Circle, Sacred Circle: Enhance, Sacred Circle: Healing

Kurumi is a character focused on support and survival. She excels in providing healing and reinforcement to her allies, making her a valuable addition to any team. While her damage and control capabilities are limited, her mobility is moderate. Her ultimate ability, Sacred Circle, enhances her supportive role by providing healing and enhancements to her team.

Takeda Nobutada:

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  • Damage: 4/5
  • Control: 4/5
  • Survival: 4/5
  • Support: 3/5
  • Mobility: 2/5
  • Skills: Mythic Grab, Mythic Grab: Defend, Mythic Grab: Takedown
  • Ultimate: Demonic Aid, Demonic Aid: Teleport, Demonic Aid: Engulf

Takeda Nobutada is a well-rounded character with a focus on damage and control. He can grab and take down enemies efficiently, making him a formidable force in combat. His survival capabilities are also noteworthy. While his support abilities are moderate, his mobility is relatively low. His ultimate, Demonic Aid, offers teleportation and engulfing capabilities, enhancing his combat prowess.

These characters add diversity and unique playstyles to the world of Naraka: Bladepoint, allowing players to choose heroes that suit their preferred tactics and strategies.


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