Cuphead Bosses Tier List: All Ranked

We have ranked all the Cuphead Bosses in our Cuphead Bosses Tier List in specific tiers.

Although Cuphead bosses are famously challenging, they are among the most creative, mechanically astounding, and artistically stunning adversaries in all video games. Studio MDHR expertly created these foes, and they recently gifted us with a tonne of brand-new difficult battles as part of The Delicious Last Course Pack. Since we’ve had more than a week to devote to the DLC, we thought it was time to create a comprehensive tier list of all the Cuphead bosses.

Key Highlights
  • Cuphead features over 40 bosses categorized into standard game bosses, mini-bosses, and Delicious Last Course Bosses.
  • Ranking of Cuphead bosses is based on their aggression and challenge against players.
  • Top Cuphead bosses include The Phantom Express, Dr. Kahl’s Robot, Grim Matchstick, Chef Saltbaker, The Devil, and Rumor Honeybottoms, requiring intelligent tactics to defeat.
  • Bosses like Phear Lap, Mangosteen, Mr. Wheezy, Pirouletta, and Chips Bettigen are easier to defeat and may go down in just a few tries.
  • The more challenging the Cuphead boss, the better the gaming experience, so prioritize higher-ranked options in the tier list.

Here’s a summary of the Cuphead Bosses Tier List:

Cuphead Bosses Tier List Ranking Table
Tiers Bosses 
S-Tier Phantom Express, The Devil, Dr. Kahl’s Robot, Chef Saltbaker, Grim Matchstick, Rumor Honeybottoms, Beppi, The Clown, Esther Winchester, Wally Warbles, Cala Maria, Werner Werman, Djimmi The Great, Mortimer Freeze, The Howling Aces, Hilda Berg, Sally Stageplay
A-Tier Angel And Devil, Moonshine Mob, Glumstone The Giant, Captain Brineybeard, Baroness Von Bon Bon, King Dice, The Bishop, Cagney Carnation, The Knight, Ribby and Croaks, The Root Pack
B-Tier Pip and Dot, Goopy Le Grande, The Queen, The Rook, Mr. Chimes, Hocus Pocus, Tipsy Troop, The Pawns, Phear Lap, Mr. Wheezy, Mangosteen, Pirouletta, Chips Bettigen

Tier List Breakdown

Here’s the stats of all the bosses in Cuphead: 

Phantom ExpressExpress trainRailroad WrathInkwell Isle Three1080/1350/1350
The DevilDevil/Owner of Inkell Hell CasinoOne hell of a timeInkell Hell1900/2100
Dr. Kahl’s RobotRobot/Mad scientistJunkyard Jive!Inkwell Isle Three1250/2075/2640
Chef SaltbakerHidden Main AntagonistA dish to die for Bakery1500/1700
Grim MatchstickDragon/HydraFiery FrolicInkwell Isle Two1200/1700/1900
Rumor HoneybottomsHoneycomb HeraldHoneycomb HeraldInkwell Isle Three1000/1200/1400
Beppi, The ClownClown/BalloonCarnival KerfuffleInkwell Isle Two1200/1550/1850
Esther WinchesterCow/Corrupt Sheriff/SausagesHigh-Noon HooplaInkwell Isle Four2250/2850/3200
Wally WarblesBird, likely a woodpeckerAviary ActionInkwell Isle Two2000/2400/2800
Cala MariaMermaid/GorgonHigh Seas Hi-Jinx!Inkwell Isle three1900/2500/3000
Werner WermanRat Soldier/MechanicMurine CorpsInkwell Isle three1500/2000/2100
Djimmi The GreatGeniePyramid PerilInkwell Isle Two2320/2720/3120
Mortimer FreezeIce Wizard/Cult LeaderSnow Cult ScuffleInkwell Isle Four1350/1650/1850
The Howling AcesPilotsDoggone DogfightInkwell Isle Four1100/1400/1600
Hilda BergBlimp/Taurus/GeminiThreatenin’ ZeppelinInkwell Isle One2200/2600/3000
Sally StageplayActressDramatic FanaticInkwell Isle three1100/1400/1700
Angel And DevilDemon/AngelOne Hell of a DreamGravestone Puzzle800.0
Moonshine MobMobsters/Police officersBootlegger BoogieInkwell Isle Four975/1255/1455
Glumstone The GiantGiant/MountainGnome Way OutInkwell Isle Four1150/1500/1700
Captain BrineybeardPirate Captain Shootin N' LootinInkwell Isle Three1000/1200/1400
Baroness Von Bon BonRuler of Sugarland Sugarland ShimmyInkwell Isle Two400/430/530
King DiceManager of Inkwell Hell CasinoAll Bets are Off!Die House, Inkwell Hell600/750
The BishopBishopThe King's LeapInkwell Isle Four90.0
Cagney CarnationCarnation FlowerFloral FuryInkwell Isle One1000/1300/1500
The KnightKnightThe King's LeapInkwell Isle Four200.0
Ribby and CroaksFrogs/Martial artistsClip Joint CalamityInkwell Isle One1400/1700/1900
The Root PackVegetables Botanic Panic!Inkwell Isle One1065/1135
Pip and DotDominoAll Bets are Off!Inkwell Hell600/750
Goopy Le GrandeSlime/Gravestone Ruse of An OozeInkwell Isle One1000/1200/1400
The QueenQueenThe King's LeapInkwell Isle Four80.0
The RookRookThe King's LeapInkwell Isle Four160.0
Mr. ChimesCymbal-banging Monkey ToyAll Bets Are Off!Inkwell Hell 800/1000
Hocus PocusRabbit Magician All Bets Are Off!Inkwell Hell 700/850
Tipsy TroopAlcohol Beverages All Bets Are Off!Inkwell Hell 645/795
The PawnsPawnsThe King's Leap Inkwell Isle Four 80.0
Phear LapSkeletal Spectral HorseAll Bets Are Off!Inkwell Hell 1000/1200
Mr. WheezyCigarAll Bets Are Off!Inkwell Hell 700/850
Mangosteen8-BallAll Bets Are Off!Inkwell Hell 600/750
PiroulettaRoulette Wheel All Bets Are Off!Inkwell Hell 650/800
Chips BettigenPoker Chips/Cowboy All Bets Are Off!Inkwell Hell 450/575


Cuphead Bosses Tier List S-Tier

Cuphead players might face the harshest adversaries on the whole battlefield in S-Tier. They are highly aggressive and possess several cunning maneuvers that might astound you as your in-game health swiftly depletes. To defeat these adversaries, you need a clever strategy and good charms.

Dr. Kahl’s Robot

Even with the DLC bosses, Dr. Kahl’s Robot is the toughest Cuphead boss in the Tier List. The first part of his aerial combat is pure agony, so much so that the second phase seems to have been designed to be simple to allow you some breathing room.

Role Robot( Automation ), Mad scientist( Dr.Kahl )
Level Junkyard Jive!
Location Inkwell Isle Three
Moveset Laser beam, Screw shotgun, Magnet, Hand energy cannon, Homing bomb, Red gum

Chef Saltbaker

Chef Saltbaker, a new Cuphead boss released along with The Delicious Last Course, should not be confused with Chef Salt Bae. He is the DLC’s last boss, so anticipate a challenging battle. Additionally, this fight must rank among the most uncomfortable in the entire game—yes, even more, unpleasant than the Esther battle.

Role Baker, Hidden Main Antagonist
Level A dish to die for 
Location Bakery
Moveset Sugar cubes, Lime slice, Berry barrage
Hitpoint 1500/1700

Grim Matchstick

It would be an injustice to say that Grim Matchstick is one of the Tier List’s toughest Cuphead bosses. It’s usually difficult to win fights that involve a lot of platforming, and it’s no different. Things are made worse by the fact that you are battling in the sky and that everything is continuously changing.

Role Dragon, Hydra
Level Fiery Frolic
Location Inkwell Isle Two
Moveset Meteor, Tail Poke, Eye ripple, Nostril fire, Fire bubble & marchers
Hitpoint 1200/1700/1900

The Devil

The Devil, Cuphead’s ultimate boss, comes up next. He spends the majority of the first stage sitting on the throne since he is so sure of his abilities. When you possess extraordinary magical abilities, such as the ability to convert your face into a gigantic spider, we suppose you may sit back and unwind.

Role Devil, Owner of Inkell Hell Casino, Main Antagonist
Level One hell of a time
Location Inkell Hell
Moveset Pitchfork call, Ram rampage, Spider stomp, Serpent Slither, Flame trap, Demon Summon, Bat bomb
Hitpoint 1900/2100

Phantom Express

Hats out once more to MDHR for creating these amazing boss battles. In this encounter where you must confront the occupants of a ghost train, imagination is at an all-time high. The battle takes place on a rather narrow platform, which makes it particularly harsh because you’re locked there the entire time.

Role Express train
Level Railroad Wrath
Location Inkwell Isle Three
Moveset Eye for an eye, Skeletal slam, Blazin’s beams, Fire flurry
Hitpoint 1080/1350/1350

Esther Winchester

Oh my God! Undoubtedly one of the most creative and unsettling Cuphead bosses is Esther Winchester. In the first part of the fight, the player faces off against a real cowgirl, but in the third phase, when she transforms into sausages and starts throwing steaks at you, things become crazier.

Role Cow, Corrupt Sheriff, Sausages
Level High-Noon Hoopla
Location Inkwell Isle Four
Moveset Snake oil shooters, Cactus catch, Suck them up!, Pepper shooter
Hitpoint 2250/2850/3200

Wally Warbles

A cuckoo bird enclosed inside a cuckoo clock is named Wally Warbles. Oh, and from the looks of his fights, he’s a little too insane. Phase one first appears to be rather simple because all you need to do is avoid some eggs and sporadic finger bullets.

Role Bird, likely a woodpecker
Level Aviary Action
Location Inkwell Isle Two
Moveset Scrambled shot, Trigger finger, Feather spiral, Trash talk, Heart attack, Pillapse
Hitpoint 2000/2400/2800

Cala Maria

One of the game’s most exquisitely rendered and endearing boss battles has to be Cala. Cala Maria is among the most challenging Cuphead bosses in the Tier List, so be careful not to be sidetracked by the siren. Due to Cala’s large health reserve, the battle only has three stages, yet each phase drags on for an eternity.

Role Mermaid, Gorgon, Siren
Level High Seas Hi-Jinx!
Location Inkwell Isle three
Moveset Ghost pirate belch, Fish squish, Companion call, Stone gaze
Hitpoint 1900/2500/3000

Beppi, The Clown

A truly high-class fight is about to begin! It’s one of those battles that, when you see someone else play it, seems like a lot of fun. However, if you decide to play it on your own, you’ll quickly discover that Beppi isn’t all fun & games.

Role Clown, Balloon, Chair Swing
Level Carnival Kerfuffle
Location Inkwell Isle Two
Moveset Bumper crash, Dog-Balloon summon, Merry-go-round swing
Hitpoint 1200/1550/1850

Rumor Honeybottoms

The Rumor Honeybottoms battle was intended to make us anxious. And what about that? It serves just as intended, so congratulations to MDHR. But seriously, it’s one of the rare fights in which the platform itself is more annoying than the actual battling since you have to leap from place to place the entire time.

Role Queen Bee, Sorceress, Fighter Plane
Level Honeycomb Herald
Location Inkwell Isle Three
Moveset Calling police force, Sphere spell, Bee missile, Buzzzsaw uppercut
Hitpoint 1000/1200/1400

Djimmi The Great

Even while it’s not very challenging compared to some others, the battle with Djimmi the Great will nevertheless leave you completely frustrated. When Djimmi takes out the treasure chest containing one of three things, the first stage truly sets the tone about what to anticipate.

Role Genie
Level Pyramid Peril
Location Inkwell Isle Two 
Moveset Magic chest, Skull shot, Eyeballs, Turban, Gem beam
Hitpoint 2320/2720/3120

The Howling Aces

Featuring The Howling Aces, the boss battle where you get to wrestle with actual dogs, Cuphead offers aerial dogfighting one whole new meaning. The first two stages are full of all kinds of ridiculous stuff, such as a bulldog pilot firing a cat cannon and puppies with jetpacks shouting at you.

Role Pilots
Level Doggone Dogfight
Location Inkwell Isle Four
Moveset Phase 1: Tennis ball, Bone tattoo, Yarn ball, Fire hydrant missile

Phase 2: BOW/WOW, Letter

Phase 3: Giant paw wall, Laser ray, Screen flip, Bowl slide

Hitpoint 1100/1400/1600

Hilda Berg

The very first Cuphead boss battle that caused our pulse rates to spike while we were playing the game was with Hilda Berg. The bosses on the first Isle are not quite as difficult to defeat as one may anticipate from the game’s beginning. However, Hilda Berg is not truly like that.

Role Blimp, Taurus, Gemini, Sagittarius, Crescent-Moon
Level Threatenin’ Zeppelin
Location Inkwell Isle One
Moveset HA, Tornado breathe, Storm-Caster, Summon UFO, Spawn star
Hitpoint 2200/2600/3000

Mortimer Freeze

From beginning to end, the Mortimer Freeze fight is quite tense and requires a lot of movement. If you can avoid the icicles in the first phase, it’s not too bad because Mortimer’s other two strikes are sluggish and obvious. Stage 2 becomes a little more difficult, but it’s phase three that you should be on the lookout for.

Role Ice Wizard, Cult Leader
Level Snow Cult Scuffle
Location Inkwell Isle Four
Moveset Whale slam, Icicle drop, Card shot, Eye shock
Hitpoint 1350/1650/1850

Werner Werman

The Werner Werman boss battle is like a weird Tom & Jerry cartoon. The name of the endearing mouse in Cuphead is German since the British during World War One nicknamed the Germans “Jerries” (while the Germans called the British “Toms”).

Role Rat Soldier/Mechanic
Level Murine Corps
Location Inkwell Isle Three
Moveset Cherry bombs, Scrap attack, Charge attack, Flame cannons, Bottle caps, Ghost orbs
Hitpoint 1500/2000/2100

Sally Stageplay

Where things truly pick up steam is Isle Three. Every boss around here will put some sort of test on your abilities, including Sally Stageplay. Though in our opinion, she should still not be taken lightly. Smashing a chandelier on Sally’s husband will start a four-phase conflict with some possible hidden phases.

Role Actress
Level Dramatic Fanatic
Location Inkwell Isle Three
Moveset Parasol corkscrew, Fan trap, Flying kiss, Warp, Baby’s bottle, Windup toy, Meteor, Lightning, Big wave
Hitpoint 1100/1400/1700


Cuphead Bosses Tier List A-Tier

Bosses in the A-Tier are more composed than those in the S-Tier. Even though these units also specialize in doing a lot of damage to the victim, most players will still be able to defeat them because of their obvious flaws.

Moonshine Mob

One of The Delicious Last Course’s funniest combat scenes is the one between the Moonshine Mob. The fake “Knockout” in phase 3 is fantastic and likely resulted in the deaths of several unsuspecting gamers.

Role Mobsters, Police officers
Level Bootlegger Boogie
Location Inkwell Isle Four
Moveset Phase 1: Web bomb, Fly call, Caterpillar kick

Phase 2: Music beam

Phase 3: Tongue lash, Scuffle ball

Phase 4: Voice-wave

Hitpoint 975/1255/1455

Captain Brineybeard

It’s understandable why many people consider the Pirate to be the most obnoxious Cuphead boss. At first glance, the battle appears to be straightforward, but then you find that you are also up against the captain’s ship.

Role Pirate Captain 
Level Shootin N’ Lootin
Location Inkwell Isle Three
Moveset Octo shot, Sea summon
Hitpoint 1000/1200/1400

Baroness Von Bon Bon

Baroness von Bon Bon, the loveliest Cuphead boss ever, is up next. It’s tough to rank the battle because the complexity can change, but the A-Tier on the Cuphead Bosses Tier List looks acceptable. Before confronting you, the baroness will have you battle three of her five devoted peasants.

Role Ruler of Sugarland 
Level Sugarland Shimmy
Location Inkwell Isle Two
Moveset Cotton clouds shotgun, Whippet activation, Head throw
Hitpoint 400/430/530

Glumstone The Giant

In The Delicious Last Course Expansion, Glumstone is one of the first enemies you’ll face. He makes a wonderful first impact as he calls forth herds of geese using his whistling nose and unveils the gnomes that live in his mouth and manufacture potions.

Role Giant, Mountain
Level Gnome Way Out
Location Inkwell Isle Four
Moveset Geese xing, Hammer slammer, Hat cannon, Spiky hats, Fas clouds, Sack toss, Bone spit
Hitpoint 1150/1500/1700

Angel And Devil

There are zero secret bosses; however, the main game does feature a few secret phases. Thankfully, The Delicious Last Course DLC gave us access to a hidden boss battle. At first glance, this battle appears to pit you against two foes at once, but since the player is unaffected by Angel’s strikes, you only need to think about the Devil.

Role Demon, Angel
Level One Hell of a Dream
Location Gravestone Puzzle
Moveset Fireball, Halo ring, Flame column, Water column
Hitpoint 800

Cagney Carnation

Due to its look, Cagney Carnation is unquestionably among the most recognizable Cuphead bosses and can be found at the ending of Isle One. Even though the flower monster only has two phases, both of them are rather challenging.

Role Carnation Flower
Level Floral Fury
Location Inkwell Isle One
Moveset Gatling seed plant, Lunge lurk, Magic hands, Thorn roots, Pollen toss
Hitpoint 1000/1300/1500

The Bishop

The Bishop comes next on our tier list of Cuphead bosses. Some may disagree, but in our opinion, it is the game’s toughest mini-boss. To throw out candles throughout the battle, you must bounce about a lot while avoiding bells.

Role Bishop
Level The King’s Leap
Location Inkwell Isle Four
Moveset N/A
Hitpoint 90

Ribby and Croaks

Bosses in Cuphead usually come in pairs. These specific boxing frogs have a lot of tricks under their sleeves, and they make up this particular pair—alternatively, gloves. The actual fighting begins in phase 2 when the frogs encircle the player and launch simultaneous attacks.

Role Frogs, Martial artists, Slot machine 
Level Clip Joint Calamity
Location Inkwell Isle One
Moveset Throwin’ punches, Bouncy balls, Frog fan, Fiery firefly, Loaded coins, Tiger trouble, Snake eyes, Bison burner
Hitpoint 1400/1700/1900

The Knight

Traditionally, knights charged into combat on horses, but in Cuphead’s universe, it appears that knights are horses. Maybe this one is, at least. Fighting The Knight is similar to playing a fighting video game. You don’t have to fear strange objects flying across the screen because it is a 1v1 combat taking place in a little arena.

Role Knight
Level The King’s Leap
Location Inkwell Isle Four
Moveset Sword swing, Dash, Up-thrust, Taunt
Hitpoint 200

King Dice

In terms of difficulty, King Dice is among the harshest Cuphead bosses if all of his minions are engaged in the battle. Although they are not very challenging to handle alone, when they come together, they provide the player with an extremely severe challenge.

Role Manager of Inkwell Hell Casino, The Devil’s Right-hand Man
Level All Bets are Off!
Location Die House, Inkwell Hell
Moveset Card brigade
Hitpoint 600/750

The Root Pack

The Root Pack is the sole alternative if you don’t want to confront Goopy Le Grande as your first Cuphead boss. These veggies are a tiny bit more difficult to defeat. The fight’s potential to bypass the second stage and open a hidden phase is arguably its most intriguing feature.

Role Vegetables 
Level Botanic Panic!
Location Inkwell Isle One
Moveset Dirt ball, Tears, Homing carrots, Psychic beams, Spinning around 
Hitpoint 1065/1135



These kinds of bosses are not particularly dangerous or careless. Although they still have strong offensive skills, experienced players may easily outperform them. B-Tier Cuphead bosses may be defeated almost swiftly by even rookie players. These bosses are rated as being relatively simple to defeat and lack any notable action show.

Goopy Le Grande

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Goopy is one of the easier Cuphead bosses, given that he is one of the game’s opening bosses. The majority of the first stage will be spent dodging Goopy’s bouncing strike while sporadically dodging his blows. Aside from Goopy’s size and increased range, phase two is almost identical.

Role Slime, Gravestone 
Level Ruse of An Ooze
Location Inkwell Isle One
Moveset Bouncing, Punch, Grave slam
Hitpoint 1000/1200/1400

Mr. Chimes

Another Cuphead boss who you’ll run with at the casino before facing King Dice is Mr. Chimes. And this one could wind up challenging you in the end. The duel is rather unusual since it entails matching together different pairings of cards in a memory game.

Role Cymbal-banging Monkey Toy, Clawing Machine Price
Level All Bets Are Off!
Location Inkwell Hell 
Moveset Music notes
Hitpoint 800/1000

The Rook

One of the least captivating Cuphead bosses on the Cuphead Bosses Tier List is The Rook. Although the boss’s design is fairly outstanding, the battle itself isn’t particularly memorable. You’ll spend the whole fight deflecting pink heads that spawn out of The Rook’s grindstone rather than facing the monster head-on.

Role Rook
Level The King’s Leap
Location Inkwell Isle Four 
Moveset Skull launch, Head launch, Ground fireball 
Hitpoint 160

The Queen

Due to the overwhelming amount of objects that fly across the screen while the Queen is being fought, she is one of the DLC mini-bosses that is most frightening. Although it might be challenging to avoid her primary attack, mastering the pattern just only a few trials.

Role Queen
Level The King’s Leap
Location Inkwell Isle Four
Moveset N/A
Hitpoint 80

Pip and Dot

The next casino mini-boss, or should We say bosses, is up. You’ll have to battle the dynamic domino pair Pip and Dot while on the run. The ground itself is the most painful since you have to keep jumping over spikes and avoiding assaults.

Role Domino
Level All Bets are Off!
Location Inkwell Hell
Moveset Twenty-Sided die, Domino bird
Hitpoint 600/750

Tipsy Troop

You have to adore the way most of these bosses are designed. Three alcoholic beverages are known as The Tipsy Troop team together to try to take out the player. Each one of the three beverages has a distinctive assault, and while those attacks aren’t very noteworthy when taken alone when combined, they become a bother.

Role Alcohol Beverages 
Level All Bets Are Off!
Location Inkwell Hell 
Moveset Rum spillage, Olive bat, Whiskey waterfall 
Hitpoint 645/795

Phear Lap

If we had to place Cuphead bosses according to how well they looked, Phear Lap would unquestionably be considerably higher. You are not only beating a dead horse, but you are also receiving presents directly from the horses’ mouths while doing so at a racing track.

Role Skeletal Spectral Horse
Level All Bets Are Off!
Location Inkwell Hell 
Moveset Exploding present box
Hitpoint 1000/1200

Mr. Wheezy

In real life, smoking may be fatal, but in Cuphead, smoking can be fatal. Or at least Mr. Wheezy, who represents it in person. Although not very difficult, the cigar mini monster travels about a lot, and his spinning fireballs may be extremely bothersome.

Role Cigar
Level All Bets Are Off!
Location Inkwell Hell 
Moveset Fireballs, Teleport
Hitpoint 700/850

The Pawns

Throughout The Delicious Last Course, you’ll encounter many mini-bosses with chess-related themes, including these individuals. The Pawns are the least formidable bosses and may be eliminated quite quickly if you are skilled at Parry Slapping.

Role Pawns
Level The King’s Leap 
Location Inkwell Isle Four 
Moveset Drop and run
Hitpoint 80 ( Each pawn has 10)

Hocus Pocus

We’ve all witnessed magicians pulling a bunny out of a hat, but what if those bunnies were magicians in the first place? You could get something similar to Hocus Pocus, then. The player is surrounded by a perimeter of rabbit skulls as part of the mystical bunny’s onslaught, which is only one of his many cunning moves.

Role Rabbit Magician 
Level All Bets Are Off!
Location Inkwell Hell 
Moveset Rabbit skull ring, Cards suit line
Hitpoint 700/850

Chips Bettigen

The next character is Chips Bettigan, and by this point, you’re undoubtedly beginning to see a trend. We have no choice but to rank the mini bosses at the bottom because the majority of them are weaklings. To be honest, a couple of the mini-bosses can be fairly difficult, but Chips Bettigan is not one of them.

Role Poker Chips, Cowboy 
Level All Bets Are Off!
Location Inkwell Hell 
Moveset Chip stacks
Hitpoint 450/575


Another of King Dice’s goons is Pirouletta. The little monster has just one attack, but she also dances across the area from corner to corner and will crush you to oblivion if you’re not cautious. When she dances, Parry is the recommended route to take.

Role Roulette Wheel 
Level All Bets Are Off!
Location Inkwell Hell 
Moveset Dance, Roulette Balls
Hitpoint 650/800


One of Cuphead’s nine mini-bosses you must fight before taking on King Dice is Mangosteen. Compared to the primary Cuphead bosses, all of them are rather simple to defeat, although Mangosteen is undoubtedly the worst of the group.

Role 8-Ball
Level All Bets Are Off!
Location Inkwell Hell 
Moveset Abstract Orb
Hitpoint 600/750

Cuphead Bosses Tier List Criteria

Nearly all of the bosses were graded in our Cuphead Bosses tier list based on how challenging they are and how much of an intense Cuphead experience they provide, before those that are more easily outclassed and lack spectacular maneuvers, ones with the most legendary manifestations of action and movement are assessed.

To compare all the bosses that lurk in Cuphead, our crew conducted extensive online research. Only then did we begin grouping them all into tiers. We also took into account feedback from seasoned Cuphead players who have completed the game to include all of the bosses and as much detail about them as possible.

Both experienced, and novice players make up our staff, and we are all eager to educate our readers on the most recent game-related news. We accomplish it by actively playing the game personally, and Cuphead is no exception.

This Cuphead Bosses tier list was created with the least amount of favoritism possible. The most reliable information was presented to you after a great deal of time was spent on it.

Tier lists have been a matter of personal opinion, and it is still the case today. As a result, we invite you to continue the conversation on the Cuphead bosses in the comments section.

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Muhammad Sanan Khan is a Tier List expert on eXputer who loves to talk and write about everything related to video games. He has half a decade's worth of experience writing for video games and is also the founder of TopTierList, a website dedicated to Tier Lists and rankings only. For some reason, Sanan is obsessed with ranking things, and researching what's best. Learn some more about Sanan's gaming journey on his Steam profile.

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