The Brawl Stars meta is constantly shifting, as new brawlers are released and old brawlers get nerfed and buffed. With different game modes (Showdown, Heist, Gem Grab, Bounty, Siege, Brawl Ball), different brawlers excel in certain game modes. Here are our overall power rankings of each brawler for July 2019!
You can view the old ranking here: https://clashfordummies.com/2019/04/10/brawler-power-rankings-for-brawl-stars-april-2019/
Note: Text color indicates which way the card is trending in regard to the April rankings.
Brawler Power Rankings
Without a doubt, Poco is one of my favorite brawlers in concept, but he fails a bit when you are actually using him. Poco doesn’t really do enough damage which makes him purely a support brawler. I would like to see Poco become a little bit more viable in gamemodes like Showdown and Bounty, but he needs a buff before that happens.
I think that the basic idea of Mortis, though interesting is a bit flawed. There is no way Mortis will ever be able to take out tankier, stronger brawlers like El Primo and Bull at close range. This leaves him in a weird place, where he is great at taking out Dynamikes and Barley. I’d like to see a small damage buff come to Mortis.
As many of us know, Piper is really only good in one gamemode, Bounty. It is tough to play Piper in anything else, especially Showdown since she can be overwhelmed by practically any brawler. I’m not sure exactly what it would take to make Piper into a great brawler, but maybe some sort of small rework could go a long way.
Tick is the newest brawler added in Brawl Stars and I have to say, I was a little bit overwhelmed playing him for the first time. He is an amazing crowd control brawler, especially in gamemodes like Gem Grab and Siege, but in Bounty and Showdown, it is nearly impossible to win with him. I think he needs a smaller radius for his bombs.
I used to really love playing Barley, but I barely (barley) even use him anymore. There is almost no way to 1v1 any other brawler, unless you have some extreme skill. Like Tick, he is pretty good as a crowd control brawler in Gem Grab and Siege, but can’t really get it done in other gamemodes like Bounty and Showdown.
I actually just unlocked Tara and after playing against her for some time now, I knew what to expect. Tara is a decent, though underwhelming brawler who isn’t really anything special. If you want a medium range unit who can do some quick damage, Tara is the brawler for you. There’s nothing else really there though.
The idea of Jessie, with a weapon that can bounce around to other brawlers, is so interesting to me! The issue with this is that in more spread out gamemodes like Showdown and Heist, the best part of her attack is pointless. The turret is still a good super to have, but I wish that everything about Jessie was a bit more powerful.
Obviously, the big flaw with Frank is the amount of time it takes him to attack. This makes it really tough for him to get close enough to other brawlers in order to hit them. But if you are able to bait one in, Frank can quickly deal a ton of damage. Not to mention, his super is one of the best in Brawl Stars if you manage to hit someone with it.
I’ve never been the biggest fan of Nita, but her bear can be an absolute game changer if used correctly. I don’t think Nita’s attack is anything special, which makes it clear why her ranking is this low. There’s a lot of room for Nita to improve, but I think she needs a damage buff or a hit speed increase.
Shelly is pretty much the original brawler which means it is great if she can stay right in the middle of the meta, as she is right now. Shelly has one of the most game changing supers in in Brawl Stars, but sometimes she can be weak if she doesn’t have her super up. Still, I’m happy with the place Shelly is at right now.
Similarly to Barley, I used to play Bull a lot when I first started playing Brawl Stars, but now I’ve changed to Darryl and El Primo more. Bull can be absolutely devastating at close range, but his super really needs some sort of rework, since it can often hurt you more than it can help you. The normal attack is perfectly good though!
Though the idea become Rico is really amazing, it is pretty rare when his bounce makes a game changing play. If you are able to land all of your hits as Rico though, you can end up doing a bunch of damage. His super takes this to the next level, being able to take out literally any brawler in Brawl Stars if all the bullets hit their mark.
#15- El Primo
No lie, El Primo is one of my favorite brawlers in Brawl Stars right now and I feel like he is sometimes underrated. You can camp heavily with El Primo and then burst out of the bushes and 1v1 practically any brawler in the game. His super has become somewhat off a meme, but I still think that, when used right, his super is amazing.
Currently, Crow is the only legendary brawler I have unlocked, and I absolutely love playing with him. Even though, he was once the undeniable worst brawler in the game, he is now a decent option for any gamemode in Brawl Stars. I’d still like to see another buff come to him, but for now we have to be happy with his spot.
Besides Piper, Brock is the longest range brawler in the game, but is a mile ahead of Piper. He has a more reliable attack that can deal a ton of damage if you are good at sniping. His super is also great, since it allows you to clear out a whole range of walls and brawlers if you aim and time it right. Brock is at a pretty good spot in the meta right now!
With the introduction of Tick, no matter how bad he is, the other throwers (Barley and Dynamike) are going to hurt a little bit. Still, Dynamike is a top tier brawler without a doubt, being the best thrower in the game. The best thing about Dynamike is that he can fit in well in any of the gamemodes in Brawl Stars which adds to versatility.
I used to hate Darryl and he was my least favorite brawler by far. However, now, Darryl is a top 5 brawler for me and I absolutely love playing with him. The roll mechanic that comes from his super takes Darryl to the next level and is so much better than Bull’s super. Plus, if you’re able to aim Darryl’s guns well, you can take down anyone!
There’s no doubt that Penny’s mortar is one of the most annoying supers in Brawl Stars, but there is no doubt that it is extremely effective. Add that to the reliability of Penny’s normal attack and you have a pretty decent medium range brawler. Penny can be played anywhere too, from Showdown to Heist to Gem Grab.
The reason why Colt is so good right now is his stream of bullets can do so much damage if you’re able to keep them all steady to take down an opponent. Colt’s super is also crazy good, being able to knock down anything in the way and unleash a ton of damage. An added plus is that Colt is one of the best brawlers in the ticketed events.
I think that Carl has one of the highest skill caps in Brawl Stars, but that gives him such a high ceiling if you know how to use him. The super of Carl spinning is ridiculously good and can basically take out any brawler that has below 5,000 HP. Even though Carl only has one attack, he is succeeding in every way possible.
I haven’t had the pleasure of unlocking Spike yet, but while playing against him I can see the power that Spike brings. The best part about Spike is that when his cactuses explode, the points go in all different directions. This means that you can hit brawlers hiding behind walls and many different brawlers at once, which brings Spike to the next level.
The invisibility from Leon’s super is no doubt one of the best supers in the game, giving you the ability to get away fast or launch a surprise attack. Also, at close range, Leon can really do some major damage. I love the idea of Leon and hopefully and am able to unlock him, as well as Spike, as soon as I possibly can!
The spray that comes from Pam, makes it almost impossible to regain health, since it seems like one of the nuts will almost always hit you, no matter where you hide. The healing turret is also amazing if you are playing in a team in Gem Grab or Bounty. Being able to heal your entire team is game changing and one of the reasons Pam is one of the best brawlers.
While Rosa is no longer as OP as she was when she was first released, she is still definitely one of the best brawlers in Brawl Stars. Her super makes her nearly impossible to kill. If you get close by, Rosa will take you out, due to her quick attack which deals a ton of damage over a few hits. She probably needs another slight nerf.
The feeling I get with Bibi is that she isn’t OP, but she is just a solid choice without need of a nerf. The home run ability from when all three of her attacks are charged is super powerful, but she can also do a wide range of damage from her regular ability. Even though she is ranked #3, I think she’s at a good spot.
I unlocked Gene recently and I didn’t realize how much fun it would be to play with him. He is definitely powerful, dealing good damage, even after his attack splits apart. In addition, as long as you have all three of your attacks charged, when you pulls a brawler in with your super, Gene is usually able to completely take them out.
I debated for a long time over which brawler I wanted #1, but I eventually went with Bo, which might be a controversial choice. Bo is one of the most versatile brawlers in the game, fitting into any gamemode. The normal attack is great, giving you power and medium range, while the super is amazing, giving you heavy bombs that can clear anything away.
That’s going to wrap it up for the July 2019 brawler power rankings for Brawl Stars. An updated version of these rankings will be out in another 3 months as the meta changes. Thanks for reading and comment below your Brawl Stars brawler rankings!
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