YBA Tier List

YBA Tier List
By | October 9th, 2022 | Categories: Others

Your Bizarre Adventure features a ton of Stands that are available for players to use. While you could become a strong fighter in your own right, having your own summons will increase your chances of surviving and winning specific battles. In addition, fights with difficult bosses can become more accessible. This YBA tier list will help players find the best and most potent Stands they can access. 

Why Do You Need a YBA Tier List?

Getting your own Stand is not an easy thing to do in YBA, and frequently, it is a risky venture. Trying to acquire one carries the risk of you turning into stone, mainly if players only use a Worthiness I Stand Arrow. Considering the dangers of trying to summon your own guardian, it would be the ideal move to get the most out of your attempt. While players cannot influence which Stand will be called, they can at least identify if they have a good one or not so that it can be decided whether to undergo the process again.

How to Summon a Stand in YBA?

You need to have a Stand Arrow with at least Worthiness I to get your own Stand. Though this attribute does not influence the roll’s outcome, it protects you from being turned into stone, dying, or wasting your arrow, so it is recommended to roll when players have one that is at least Worthiness II. Several Stands require using the Rib Cage of the Saint’s Corpse, which will require Worthiness V for a guaranteed chance of avoiding petrification.

Your Bizarre Adventure Tier List

There aren’t too many Stands available in Your Bizarre Adventure, which makes it easier for us to rank them. All of these can be summoned in-game and do not require the use of real-world money. Here is the ranking for each Stand:

S Tier

  • The World Over Heaven
  • Killer Queen Bites the Dust
  • D4C Love Train
  • Made in Heaven
  • Star Platinum: The World
  • Chariot Requiem
  • Gold Experience Requiem
  • Tusk Act 4 
  • C-Moon
  • King Crimson Requiem

A Tier

  • Six Pistols (10% Chance)
  • Red Hot Chili Pepper (2% Chance)
  • Anubis (2% Chance)
  • The World (1.5% Chance)
  • Aerosmith (8% Chance)
  • King Crimson (2.5% Chance)
  • Dirty Deeds Done Cheap (D4C) (25% Chance)
  • Stone Free (1% Chance)

B Tier

  • Star Platinum (1.5% Chance)
  • The World (% Chance)
  • Whitesnake (1% Chance)
  • Crazy Diamond (2.5% Chance)
  • Gold Experience (2.5% Chance)
  • Tusk Act 3 (% Chance)
  • White Album (7.5% Chance)

C Tier

  • Purple Haze (4% Chance)
  • Hierophant Green (4% Chance)
  • Scary Monsters (25% Chance)
  • Hermit Purple (3% Chance)
  • Tusk Act 2
  • The Hand (4% Chance)
  • Beach Boy (10.5% Chance)
  • Killer Queen (2.5% Chance)
  • Sticky Fingers (11% Chance)
  • Magician’s Red (4.5% Chance)

D Tier

  • Silver Chariot (3% Chance)
  • Cream (4% Chance)
  • Mr. President (10.5% Chance)
  • Tusk Act 1 (25% Chance)

Players should note that using a Stand Arrow does not have a 100% guaranteed chance of pulling a Stand. Sometimes, they could easily break without summoning anything. If you lack arrows, these items can be found in arenas in general gameplay or from the Arcade.

Rerolling in YBA

There is an option to always reroll back to square one if you are not happy with your current Stands. Doing so will allow you to get S-Tier units. Stand Reroll items also exist in-game, which can be used to randomize your reward once again. These things can be acquired by obtaining the YBA Game Pass, which will require real-world money. 

Pairing with Specialties

One way of raising your chances of winning in a battle of Stands is to increase your own power. Fighting Styles, known as Specialties, are non-stand abilities that alter your approach to combat. Stand gains much from their user using specific styles, so pairing the right one with the summons is the surest way to optimize your fights. 

These styles can be acquired from various NPCs scattered across the world. Here are all the Specialties in-game and the Stands they work well with:

Hamon

  • Magician’s Red
  • Made in Heaven
  • Star Platinum: The World
  • The Hand
  • Mr. President
  • Hermit Purple
  • Beach Boy
  • Crazy Diamond
  • Gold Experience Requiem
  • King Crimson
  • The World
  • The World (Alternate Universe)
  • Silver Chariot
  • D4C
  • D4C: Love Train
  • C-Moon
  • Tusk Act 4

Vampirism

  • Gold Experience Requiem
  • Magician’s Red
  • Cream
  • Purple Haze
  • D4C: Love Train
  • King Crimson Requiem
  • Gold Experience
  • Scary Monsters
  • The World
  • The World (Alternate Universe)
  • Killer Queen
  • Killer Queen: Bites the Dust
  • Hierophant Green
  • Hermit Purple
  • Made in Heaven

Boxing

  • Star Platinum
  • The World
  • Hierophant Green
  • Sticky Fingers
  • Crazy Diamond
  • Mr. President
  • White Album
  • Hermit Purple
  • Scary Monsters
  • The World (Alternate Universe)
  • Gold Experience Requiem
  • Chariot Requiem
  • Tusk Acts 1-4
  • Magician’s Red
  • Whitesnake
  • C-Moon

Sword-Style

  • Star Platinum
  • The World
  • Gold Experience Requiem
  • Purple Haze
  • Silver Chariot
  • Killer Queen
  • Killer Queen: Bites the Dust
  • Scary Monsters
  • Six Pistols
  • Aerosmith
  • White Album
  • Chariot Requiem
  • Mr. President
  • Whitesnake
  • Crazy Diamond
  • King Crimson
  • Made in Heaven
  • The Hand

Spin

  • Tusk: Act 1-4
  • The World
  • The World Over Heaven
  • Purple Haze
  • Made in Heaven
  • Mr. President
  • The World (Alternate Universe)
  • Beach Boy
  • Six Pistols
  • Crazy Diamond
  • D4C
  • D4C: Love Train
  • Whitesnake
  • King Crimson
  • King Crimson Requiem
  • Hierophant Green
  • Aerosmith

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