Demonfall is a new Roblox game that features a lot of PvE and PvP elements. Players can customize their characters with different breathing techniques, all of which have unique playstyles. Here is our Demonfall breathing tier list, a breakdown of each type of breathing, and why we rank it where we do. Keep in mind that this list is just our opinion, so it is okay not to agree and have different rankings of your own!
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Demonfall Breathing Tier List
- S-Tier: Sun Breathing, Moon Breathing, Insect Breathing
- A-Tier: Mist Breathing, Water Breathing
- B-Tier: Flame Breathing
- C-Tier: Thunder Breathing
- D-Tier: Wind Breathing
Insect Breathing was introduced in Demonfall version 1.4 update. Found at the Slayer Corps, you can get Insect Breathing and the Insect Nichirin for 10K. The breathing is great for PvE and can be very good for PvP if you are skilled with the moves. Skills include Jump Slash, Multi Forward Attack, Evasive, and Guard Break. The passive is that Nichirin poisons the people you attack.
Sun Breathing and Moon Breathing
Sun Breathing and Moon Breathing were introduced to Demonfall in update 2.0. All of the skills right now are very overpowered, easily making it the best Breathing in the game. The combo extended does massive damage, as does the counter move and guard break. Most moves also do burn, which will do damage over time. Finally, you can use your final move to escape a combo. Moon Breathing is essentially a reskin of Sun Breathing, so the same information applies.
Flame Breathing is one of the best choices for starters in Demonfall. The flame procs help you hit enemies that are blocking, which is a common occurrence in PvE and PvP battles. It also has high base damage, but it’s not quite up to par with a couple of other options, which is why we place it in B-Tier.
Mist Breathing has many iframes and powerful combos you can use with it, as well as some excellent range. It is one of the top choices for PvP, which accounts for a lot in Demonfall.
Water Breathing has some very good iframes, allowing you to escape combos and purgatory. Overall, it is definitely one of the best options on the list.
Thunder Breathing is one of the weaker options in Demonfall. A lot of the moves are blockable, and there are many auto-locks with Thunder Breathing.
Wind Breathing does have the bonus of allowing players to double jump and hide animations. Aside from that, though, it’s probably weaker than Thunder Breathing. It’s not terrible, but we put it at the bottom of our tier list for now.