Artery Gear: Fusion

Artery Gear: Fusion Tier List - A-Tier Units

By Paul | Jul 4th 2022

In our Artery Gear: Fusion Tier List page, we will cover which characters/units are worth considering building and investing on to help you clear the game's content.

Artery Gear: Fusion Tier List - A-Tier Units
Artery Gear: Fusion Tier List - A-Tier Units

Artery Gear Fusion is a gacha mobile RPG by Bilibili HK that feature equally attractive and badass mech girls in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by murderous Puppets. Like other gacha titles, the game has a huge roster of units (called AGs) with their own personalities and skill sets. However, not all of them are created equal. Players will mostly choose AGs to include in their squads based primarily on their tastes or the AG’s meta status. In this article, we will quickly discuss which characters to watch out for.

This is part 3 of our Tier List series of articles. If you want to learn more about the SS tier and S-tier characters in the game, please check out our dedicated article for it.


Please be reminded that Tier Lists are not “definite” measures of the character’s strength and potential. There are a lot of factors to be considered like the characters’ availability, their synergy with your team, their utility, equipment, etc. As such, please use our tier lists as what they’re meant to be - a guide. Use tier lists to help you decide whether you’ll want to invest resources and time to build a character. At the end of the day, it’s you who will decide which ones you’ll use based on preference and performance .


Tier List Summary

We will be dividing our list into three tiers: SS, S, and A. SS units are usually considered broken and having them in your squad will drastically increase your quality of life in-game. S tier units are still exceptionally strong but not as broken as the SS units. Finally, A-tier units are strong and reliable on their right. You’ll do well having them but they won’t have that significant of an impact compared to our S and SS tiers.

SS Tier: Ginga, Shyura, Sirius, Hearin

S Tier: Nina, Milvus, Shinobu, Quinn, Alice, Grace

A Tier: Ghost, Senba, Teufel, Tony, Neisa, Ruri, Chihaya

Special Mentions: Roko, Corax, Della, Kagari, Nio

A Tier Units


She is a solid, blue assault unit that has exceptional single-target kill potential. She becomes even more potent if her target has buffs. Her basic attack can inflict DEF Reduction to the target. If the target has buffs, this debuff’s proc probability is increased. Her second skill deals damage to all enemies with buffed enemies taking more damage. 1 Buff is removed from the target while increasing the duration of all buffs applied to Ghost by 1 turn. The skill also has a chance to apply Interference (Unable to use skills, can only use basic attacks) to all targets for 1 turn.

Finally, her ultimate attack deals massive damage to a single enemy. The damage is significantly increased if the target has a buff. Furthermore, the damage is also increased for every 1 buff the target has. The skill also strips the target of all its buffs while giving SPD Boost to Ghost for 2 turns.


Senba is a beautiful, self-sustaining, green assault unit. Her ultimate deals damage to all enemies at the cost of 20% of her HP. However, upon killing a target she’ll gain the Emergency Device buff for 2 turns and 50% Action Bar. This may seem counterproductive but that’s where her passive comes in. Her ATK increases for every % of her HP lost. Additionally, if she falls below half of her HP, she gains a massive SPD boost as well. Her basic attack restores her HP with half of the damage dealt while also giving her a SPD boost for 1 turn.


Teufel is a red, balanced-type that can deal decent damage and keep herself alive through self-healing. Her basic attack allows her to restore her HP based on a portion of the damage she dealt to a single target. Her passive has two effects: the first one gives her a 10% ATK buff when taking damage that can be stacked up to 5 times. This ATK buff will reset upon using an ultimate skill. Her passive’s second effect allows her to gain energy with a small chance to trigger a Bonus Turn when taking damage. This effect has a 3-turn cooldown. The proc chance can be increased and the cooldown can be reduced by 1 turn by leveling up the skill’s level. Finally, her assault/ultimate skill damages all enemies while also giving her an ATK Boost for 2 turns. This skill also has a probability to stun enemies for 1 turn, leaving them vulnerable and preventing them from acting in the following turn.


Tony is a cute, blue, tactical hammer bunny that’s capable of inflicting nasty stuns to single or multiple enemies. Her ultimate skill damages all enemies with the chance to Stun them. Successfully stunning even one target will grant her a Bonus Turn. Her second skill deals damage to a single target with a high chance of reducing its SPD or ATK. Finally, her basic attack deals damage and reduces the target’s action bar. This action bar reduction is increased if the target is stunned.


Neisa is a green repair unit that deals damage and heals the party at the same time. Her basic attack damages a single enemy while also restoring the hp of an ally with the lowest HP. Her assault skill damages all enemies while also restoring the HP of all party members. The amount of HP restored is quite small, and increasing the level of these skills won’t improve the HP recovery percentage. Her last skill gives invincibility to an ally for 1 turn and while restoring her HP based on Neisa’s ATK stat. Neisa also against ATK Boost for two turns and gives her a Bonus Turn.


Ruri is a blue DPS-focused assault unit. Her kit is very straightforward and simple, giving her a standard DPS role in a team. She’s a great stand-in unit early on if you don’t have access to the high-tier blue assault units we have featured in the previous two articles. Her basic attack damages a single target with a chance to inflict Feeble (Prevents new buffs from getting applied) for two turns and her second skill damages all enemies “tallying damage based on the attribute countering the target”. Killing a target will reduce the cooldown of all of this unit’s skills by 1 turn. Her ultimate skill damages all enemies and if at least two of them take a critical hit, Ruri gains a Bonus Turn. She also gets an ATK boost from this skill lasting for two turns.


Chihaya is a blue assault unit that players acquire for free as an event reward. Similar to Ruri, she’s a potent DPS-focused unit that requires simple and straightforward setup. Her ultimate attack damages a single target while inflicting DEF reduction for 2 turns. Upon landing a critical hit, the attack deals more critical damage and grants Chihaya a Bonus Turn.

Her basic attack is also single-target but her critical damage is increased if she procs a critical hit. Her second skill damages a single opponent as well. Landing a critical hit increases the target’s debuff duration while cooling down all of Chihaya’s skills by 1 turn.

That’s all our personal picks for the A-tier units. Meta units are great to have but building and investing on characters or units you like will allow you to have a more satisfying experience when playing. Your own gaming experience should matter so feel free to do whatever pleases you. Please check out our other articles for the SS, S, and Special Tier lists for more information!

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