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Tokyo Ghoul Break the Chains tier list

Our Tokyo Ghoul Break the Chains tier list ranks each character so you know which are best, and explains how to perform a reroll if you don't get who you want.

Tokyo Ghoul Break the Chains tier list - Ken Kaneki grinning

Our Tokyo Ghoul Break the Chains tier list is here to help you build the best team you can. Below, we highlight the best SSR characters in the game so you know exactly who to take into battle, as well as steps on how to perform a reroll if you don’t get the characters you want.

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Now, let’s dive into our Tokyo Ghouls Break the Chains tier list and reroll guide.

Tokyo Ghoul Break the Chains tier list

Here’s where all the characters currently rank in our TGBC tier list. Keep in mind that tier lists are subject to change and intended as a guideline only. So, if your favorite character isn’t an S-rank here, don’t worry – they can still kick some ghoul butt under the right circumstances.

Tier Tokyo Ghoul Break the Chains character
S Itori (Helter Skelter), Ken Kaneki (Awaken), Kisho Arima (Lightning God), Uta (Mask-Maker)
A Akira Mado (Father’s Will), Ayato Kiirishima (Rebelwing), Juzo Suzuya (CCG Maverick), Renji Yomo (Taciturn Warrior), Rize Kamishiro (Binge Eater), Shu Tsukiyama (Gourmet), Toka Kirishima (Rabbit), Yoshimura (Non-Killing Owl)
B Chu Hachikawa (Envoy of Vengeance), Hinami Fueguchi (Fledgling Butterfly), Iwao Kuroiwa (New Proto), Kurona Yasuhisa (Inky Shroud), Naki (Crybaby), Nashiro Yasuhisa (Spotless Shroud), Yakumo Omori (Jason)
C Akira Mado (Rose on the Battlefield), Kori Ui (Rising Star), Kureo Mado (Quinque Maniac), Mogan Tanakamaru (Battleground Gentleman), Nico (Ladyboy in Love), Nishiki Nishio (Senior), Ryoko Fueguchi (Daughter Protector), Take Hirako (Absolute Strength), Yukinori Shinohara (Unyielding Shinohara)
D Ayumu Hogi (Long-Haired Ghoul Investigator), Elder Bin (Tail Brothers), Ichimi (Banjo’s Sidekick),  Ippei Kusaba (Rank 3 Investigator), Itsuki Marude (Commander), Iwao Kuriowa (Reliable Special Investigator), Jiro (Banjo’s Sidekick), Ken Kaneki (Book-Lover), Kie Muramatsu (Applehead), Kotaro Amon (Righteous Ghoul Investigator), Kuramoto Itou (Smiling Youngster), Gagi (Naki’s Sidekick), Guge (Naki’s Sidekick), Misato Gori (Emelio), Noro (Powerful Revival), Sante (Banjo’s Sidekick), Seido Takizawa (Rookie Ghoul Investigator), Taishi Fura (Seasoned Investigator), Taro (Scrapper), Toka Kirishima (Flamewing), Yasumoto Nakajima (On-Staff Investigator), Younger Bin (Tall Brothers)
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How do I perform a Tokyo Ghoul Break the Chains reroll?

If you’re not happy with your early game pulls, you can perform a Tokyo Ghoul Break the Chains tier list reroll. Unfortunately, the game doesn’t offer the option to log in with a guest account, so it takes a bit more effort than other gacha games. It also takes quite a long time due to the long tutorial.

To reroll in Tokyo Ghoul Break the Chains, follow these steps:

  • When you first launch the game, don’t sign in with Apple or your main Google account. Instead, create multiple Google accounts to use, or click ‘account log-in’ and create a Kamoe account
  • Proceed through the introduction and tutorial (you can choose to skip cutscenes in the top-right corner)
  • Get to 1-7 to unlock the recruit system
  • As directed in-game, tap on the recruit icon on the right-hand side of the screen
  • Hit the ‘recruit 10’ button to get your first ten characters
  • After this you’re locked into a brief tutorial on how to train characters, then you have to continue in the main story before doing anything else
  • Once you’ve finished chapter 1, head back to the main menu and claim the novice sign-in rewards
  • Tap on the envelope icon on the top-right corner of your screen and choose a nickname
  • In your mailbox, click ‘claim all’ to obtain any pre-registration and launch rewards
  • Return to the main menu, then go to ‘recruit’ again
  • Use all of your free currency to pull on the exclusive and regular banners

If you’re happy with your rolls, feel free to continue the game. However, if you didn’t get the characters you want, you need to start over and make a new account. Unfortunately, it takes seven days to delete your Kamoe account, so you need more than one email address to reroll quickly. In order to do this, you should:

  • Exit and re-launch the game
  • Log out of your account
  • Log in with a different email address or create a new Kamoe account with a different email address
  • Repeat the steps above

If you do want to delete your Kamoe account and don’t mind waiting seven days before starting again, you can follow these steps:

  • In the game, go to the home screen
  • Hit the cog icon to the top-left of the screen
  • Go to the account tab
  • Tap on the ‘user CTR’ button
  • Choose the ‘delete account’ option
  • Read the notice and type ‘request deletion’, then hit ‘delete’

Keep in mind that account deletion is permanent, and you can’t recover your data. So, while creating multiple email addresses or Kamoe accounts can be a pain, it actually works out pretty well, as you can always choose which one has the best rolls at the end.

That’s everything in our Tokyo Ghoul Break the Chains tier list and reroll guide. For more exciting experiences to explore, check out our lists of the best anime games or the best mobile games overall.