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"Axie Infinity": Classes Guide

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All 9 Classes in "Axie Infinity"

All 9 Classes in "Axie Infinity"

In Axie Infinity, there are several classes that constitute the whole meta of the game. There’s a total of nine classes in this game—six of which are primary classes, and three of which are secret classes.

Here Are the Nine Axie Classes:

  • Aquatic
  • Beast
  • Bird
  • Bug
  • Dawn
  • Dusk
  • Mech
  • Plant
  • Reptile

Each class in Axie Infinty has its own strengths and weaknesses. And it is the class that dictates the base stats and affinities of an Axie.

The Classes Can Be Divided Into Three Groups (Based on Their Affinities):

Group 1Group 2Group 3

Aquatic

Beast

Plant

Bird

Bug

Reptile

Dawn

Mech

Dusk

These three Axie groups represent the affinities of all Axie classes relative to one another. By learning about their affinities, one can have a firm grasp of the strengths and weaknesses of every Axie class.

It is noteworthy that an Axie can deal 15% more/less damage depending on the class/group of the opposing Axie. This is really important to know when creating teams and battling with other players.

Here’s a Simple Illustrative Representation of the Affinities of All Axie Classes/Groups in Axie Infinity:

The 9 Axie classes can be divided into 3 groups based on their relative affinities toward one another.

The 9 Axie classes can be divided into 3 groups based on their relative affinities toward one another.

Classes Explained

The class of an Axie dictates its base stats and affinities. On the other hand, the individual body parts of an Axie dictate its bonus stats and its abilities/cards.

If you wish to learn more about the various stats, their effects, and their significance in in this game, then be sure to look up the Axie Infinity: Stats Guide for your reference.

Finding the right Axie for your needs can be a grueling task in itself. Not only are there infinite possibilities when it comes to Axies, each and every one of them is unique because of their NTF (Non-Fungible Token) nature.

As such, it is highly recommended that you do due diligence in learning about the entirety of the game. Learning more about the 9 classes in Axie Infinity is good start.

Aquatic Class

The Aquatic class deals 15% more damage against the Beast, Bug, and Mech classes.

Conversely, the Aquatic class deals 15% less damage against the Dusk, Plant, and Reptile classes.

Base Stats:

HPSpeedSkillMorale

39

39

35

27

Axies from the Aquatic class have high HP and Speed. This grants them the benefit of being both offensive and defensive. They can hit as hard as they can take damage, which makes them really adaptable and balanced.

Aquatic Axies can reach maximum stat potential if all their body parts are from the Aquatic class.

For each Aquatic body part they possess, they gain +3 Speed and +1 HP stat bonuses, which further optimizes their primary stats.

Moreover, they gain +10% damage and shield when utilizing Aquatic abilities/cards.

Beast Class

The Beast class deals 15% more damage against the Dusk, Plant, and Reptile classes.

Conversely, the Beast class deals 15% less damage against the Aquatic, Bird, and Dawn classes.

Base Stats:

HPSpeedSkillMorale

31

35

31

43

Axies from the Beast class have high Morale and decent Speed. They make great offensive units because many of their abilities/cards deal high damage and chains into combos. However, they can be quite fragile because of their low HP. With their high Morale, Beast Axies can frequently change the tide of a battle by making full use of the Last Stand mode.

Beast Axies can reach maximum stat potential if all their body parts are from the Beast class. For each Beast body part, they gain +3 Morale and +1 Speed bonus stats, which further optimizes their primary stats.

Moreover, they gain +10% damage and shield when utilizing Beast abilities/cards.

Bird Class

The Bird class deals 15% more damage against the Beast, Bug, and Mech classes

Conversely, the Bird Class deals 15% less damage against the Dusk, Plant, and Reptile classes.

Base Stats:

HPSpeedSkillMorale

27

43

35

35

Axies from the Bird class have really high Speed. They can easily outspeed and outdamage other classes when used right. But since they have really low HP and survivability, they can easily be taken out in battle if they act too late or are outsmarted.

Bird Axies can reach maximum stat potential if all their body parts are from the Bird class. For each Bird body part, they gain +3 Speed and +1 Morale bonus stats, which further optimizes their primary stats.

Moreover, they gain +10% damage and shield when utilizing Bird abilities/cards.

Bug Class

The Bug class deals 15% more damage against the Dusk, Plant, and Reptile classes.

Conversely, the Bug class deals 15% less damage against the Aquatic, Bird, and Dawn classes.

Base Stats:

HPSpeedSkillMorale

35

31

35

39

Axies from the Bug class have high Morale. They’re pretty average in most aspects, but they can shine in the debuff department. Their abilities/cards are geared towards dealing annoying debuffs that can hinder enemies in various of ways. Bug Axies are great support units when it comes to the battlefield.

Bug Axies can reach maximum stat potential if all their body parts are from the Bug class. For each Bug body part, they gain +3 Morale and +1 HP bonus stats, which further optimizes their primary stats.

Moreover, they gain +10% damage and shield when utilizing Bug abilities/cards.

Dawn Class

The Dawn class deals 15% more damage against the Beast, Bug, and Mech classes.

Conversely, the Dawn class deals 15% less damage against the Dusk, Plant, and Reptile classes.

Base Stats:

HPSpeedSkillMorale

35

35

39

31

Axies from the Dawn class have high Skill and decent Speed and Morale. They are part of the Axie group known as “secret classes.”

As of this writing, Dawn Axies are not yet “meta” in battle because of their lack of unique abilities/cards.

Dusk Class

The Dusk class deals 15% more damage against the Aquatic, Bird, and Dawn classes.

Conversely, the Dusk class deals 15% less damage against the Dusk, Plant, and Reptile classes.

Base Stats:

HPSpeedSkillMorale

43

39

27

31

Axies from the Dusk class have high Skill and decent Speed and Morale. They are part of the Axie group known as “secret classes.”

As of this writing, Dusk Axies are not yet “meta” in battle because of their lack of unique abilities/cards.

Mech Class

The Mech class deals 15% more damage against the Dusk, Plant, and Reptile classes.

Conversely, the Mech class deals 15% less damage against the Aquatic, Bird, and Dawn classes.

Base Stats:

HPSpeedSkillMorale

31

39

43

27

Axies from the Mech class have high Skill and decent Speed and Morale. They are part of the Axie group known as “secret classes.”

As of this writing, Mech Axies are not yet “meta” in battle because of their lack of unique abilities/cards.

Plant Class

The Plant class deals 15% more damage against the Aquatic, Bird, and Dawn classes.

Conversely, the Plant class deals 15% less damage against the Beast, Bug, and Mech classes.

Base Stats:

HPSpeedSkillMorale

43

31

31

35

Axies from the Plant class have high HP and decent Morale. This makes them really good as supportive tanks and frontline units. They can soak up a lot of damage with their high HP and their various abilities/cards with shield effects. Plant Axies can also deal consistent amounts of decent damage.

Plant Axies can reach maximum stat potential if all their body parts are from the Plant class. For each Plant body part they possess, they gain +3 HP and +1 Morale bonus stats, which further optimizes their primary stats.

Moreover, they gain +10% damage and shield when utilizing Plant abilities/cards.

Reptile Class

The Reptile class deals 15% more damage against the Aquatic, Bird, and Dawn Classes.

Conversely, the Reptile class deals 15% less damage against the Beast, Bug, and Mech classes.

Base Stats:

HPSpeedSkillMorale

39

35

31

35

Axies from the Reptile class have high HP and decent Speed and Morale. Although they might seem average, Bug Axies are really versatile when it comes to inflicting debuffs and being all-rounders. They can easily wreak havoc upon enemies by consistently applying debuffs and survive long enough on the battlefield to see them suffer.

Reptile Axies can reach maximum stat potential if all their body parts are from the Reptile class. For each Reptile body part they possess, they gain +3 HP and +1 bonus stats, which further optimizes their primary stats.

Moreover, they gain +10% damage and shield when utilizing Reptile abilities/cards.

About Secret Classes

As mentioned prior, there 3 secret classes among the 9 Axie classes in Axie Infinity. They are the result of breeding “pure breed” Axies, albeit with only a 33% chance of success.

Here Are the Three Secret Classes:

  • Dawn (Hybrid Bird/Plant Class)
  • Dusk (Hybrid Aquatic/Reptile Class)
  • Mech (Hybrid Beast/Bug Class)

Axies from the secret classes don’t get their own unique class body parts. Thus, they don’t get full benefits from possessing them. However, they get half benefits, which is 7.5% more/less damage, from body parts depending on the class of their parents.

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