Demon Slayer is one of the most successful anime and manga series in recent history. It was the best-selling manga of 2019 and 2020, moreover, it also holds the title of highest grossing Japanese movie of all time with Demon Slayer: Mugen Train making over 57 billion yen worldwide. Having all these accomplishments under its belt, accompanied by the neverending popularity, it’s no surprise that Demon Slayer has more than several games out there. One such game is Project Slayers, the main focus of this tier list.
Project Slayers is a Roblox game developed and published by Project Slayers Team. The game sets players on an exciting mission in which they combat adversaries, use character powers to slaughter them, grind resources, explore the locations, earn prizes, and enhance themselves through various upgrades. Furthermore, Project Slayers has straightforward controls, entertaining action, and interesting tactics with some RPG elements and customizability.
Additionally, Project Slayers contains many different aspects such as Slayer Abilities, Demon Abilities, Universal Abilities, Passives, Indomitable Will, and Clans. All of these will be explored in this tier list. If you love Demon Slayers, we promise you will have a great time visiting our Demon Slayer Legacy Breathing Tier List.
Clans in Project Slayers
Clans in Project Slayers bestow benefits on the character. To choose between settings, start the game and use the up and down arrow keys. The first choice is to PLAY.
When you press the down arrow, another choice appears: personalize. Select the customize option. A new window will appear. The current clan to which your character belongs may be seen on the right side of the customization page. Additionally, to reroll the clan, click the spin button. You will be assigned a clan based on the drop rate.
Following is a list of all the available clans along with their drop rate, rarity, and features:
Both of the Supreme Clans have a 0.1% Drop Rate. What this means is that you have a 0.1% chance to get these clans when you roll for it. However, these clans are undoubtedly the best in the game so this difficulty in obtaining them is totally justified. There are only these two Supreme Rarity Clans in the game:
- Bonuses to their base stats.
- They get extra movement speed and an area damage ability.
- The Agatsumo Clan provides a special God Speed Mode, based on the thunder breathing technique used by Zenitsu.
- The stamina bar is filled at double the original pace.
- Kamado clan also provides sub-breathing a class that uses Sun Breathing.
- Kamado clan demons are not affected by the sun.
- Gains increased Health and Health recovery.
- The breathing bar is regenerated significantly quicker.
There is only one, singular Mythic Clan in the entire game. This Mythic Clan has a 1% Drop Rate. The difference from 0.1% to 1% might not seem like a lot. However, there is actually a 10 times higher chance of receiving a Mythic clan than a Supreme Clan.
To be honest, Tomioka is not as good as the Supreme Clans. Nevertheless, considering the much higher probability of getting it, Tomioka Clan is still one of the bests in the game.
- Increased base stats.
- The Slayers are no longer movement speed impaired when their HP is low.
- Tomioka clan provides an area damaging ability.
There are two Legendary Clans in the game and they are both a great pick if you get them. Moreover, these clans are easier to get than Supreme and Mythic Clans as they have a much higher rarity than them. So if you get these, do not let them go to waste as they are also one of the bests in the game.
- Kocho Clan provides significant base stat buffs when equipped.
- It has a drop rate chance of 4%.
- Kocho Clan is a Legendary Type Clan.
- Shinazugawa Clan provides significant base stat buffs when equipped.
- It is a Legendary Type Clan.
- Shinazugawa Clan has a drop rate chance of 4%.
All Rare Clans have a 12% chance when rolling.
- Ubuyashiki > Chance: 12% > Type: Rare
- Urokodaki > Chance: 12% > Type: Rare
- Haganezuka > Chance: 12% > Type: Rare
- Kanzaki > Chance: 12% > Type: Rare
- Kanamori > Chance: 12% > Type: Rare
- Terauchi > Chance: 23% > Type: Uncommon
- Takada > Chance: 23% > Type: Uncommon
- Nakahara > Chance: 23% > Type: Uncommon
- Kaneki > Chance: 23% > Type: Uncommon
As is evident, common Clans are the worst of the bunch. They do not provide any stat boosts or buffs, they are just a placeholder until you get one of the other clans. They all have a 60% rarity.
- Haruno > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Todoroki > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Hashimoto > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Ishida > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Kurosaki > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Bakugo > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Toka > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Sakurai > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Nishimura > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Saito > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Mori > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Izuku > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Ando > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Fujiwara > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Onishi > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Fukuda > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
- Suzuki > Chance: 60% > Type: Common
The S tier of our Tier List consists of only two clans, Agatsuma and Kamado. These two are undeniably the best Clans that Project Slayers has to offer. They are leaps and bounds above the rest in terms of stats, abilities, and all else. However, In addition to being the best, they are also the most hard-to-get Clans with only a 0.1% chance in each roll.
This difficulty in obtaining them is evidently and thoroughly rewarded by their power. Yet now the question arises, which is better between the two? Agatsuma Clan offers many benefits and is immensely powerful, especially when combined with Thunder Breathing. Furthermore, Agatsuma Clan + Thunder Breathing is arguably the most devastating combo in the game.
While the Agatsuma Clan may be the strongest with Thunder Breathing. Nevertheless, Kamado Clan is more powerful in all other categories and situations. Especially as a Demon, it provides you with the ability to ignore your biggest enemy; The Sun.
Members of the Agatsuma gain the following base stat bonuses, in addition to all other benefits listed below.
Block Bar +1
Moreover, the Agatsuma clan is designed with Thunder Breathing users in mind. There is a God Speed Mode available to the Agatsuma Clan users. It is just like the ability used by Zenitsu in Demon Slayer. The movement speed of your Slayer is increased significantly. Each of the Thunder Skills used by Agatsuma Clan members increases their damage by tenfold (much like in the anime).
Further, the Slayer is even able to use a new “dash” to teleport from one place to another quickly. Evidently, the player has to have unlocked Thunder Breathing in order to access God Speed Mode. Players of Agatsuma also get a 5% boost in movement speed in addition to these powers.
Furthermore, members of the Agatsuma have the same power as Kamado members: Indomitable Will. Players nearby are afflicted by this ability for 20–30 seconds. Additionally, if there are multiple Agatsuma Clan members in a single party, each of the member buffs receives a 30-point buff to their health.
The Kamado Clan members gain the following base stat bonuses, in addition to all other benefits listed below.
Block Bar +3
Furthermore, the Kamado clan is highly regarded as the best and offers several advantages. Kamado members have their Breathing Bar regenerate quicker. Further, they even gain the ability to ignore the pain as they are not movement speed impaired when low health, unlike all other Slayers in the game. Moreover, Kamado Clan provides an “Indomitable Will” ability that allows the user to make enemies significantly weaker by decreasing their stats and abilities.
In addition to these skills, Kamado members have a 5% increase in movement speed and the ability to view the item HP of other players.
Furthermore, when not wearing a straw hat, Kamado members are immune to sunlight as demons. They also get the clan talent Regeneration, which regenerates HP in exchange for stamina loss. Demon Kamado members additionally receive double the quantity of stamina regeneration.
The A tier is compromised of clans that are very good but just fall short of those two in the S tier. These clans are the best second option for every player, as long as you don’t obtain either Kamado or Agatsuma Clan.
Members of the Tomioka clan earn the following stat increases:
Furthermore, the Tomioka clan is extremely uncommon and in high demand. Members of Tomioka have the ability to trigger Indomitable Will, which debuffs players around for 20–30 seconds. Additionally, they receive Pain Resistance, which shields them from being slowed down by low health.
Members of the Kocho clan earn the following base stat increases:
Furthermore, the legendary Kocho clan gains access to several passive powers, such as the Poisonous Body, which renders demons incapable of absorbing your soul. They gain a 5% increase to their movement speed. Additionally, Kocho members receive a 5 percent discount on potions and a 20 percent boost in money when selling goods or relics.
Poison does not affect users of the Kocho Clan. Moreover, after their initial jump, they may also perform a double jump.
As for the base stat increases, Shinazugawa clan members gain:
Block Bar +2
Moreover, players that are unwilling to concede the initiative to demons are best served by joining the Shinazugawa clan. The blood of Shinazugawa members poisons demons who try to consume it, delaying them for seven seconds. They also damage any demon that tries to eat them, reducing the Demon’s HP by half their health pool.
Much like the Kamado Clan, Shinazugawa Clan users also get the ability to ignore the pain and are not movement speed impaired when low hp. Additionally, they receive a boost to Weapon Mastery and a 5 percent increase in Regeneration speed.
Furthermore, if any Shinazugawa members are in the same party as other Himejima Clan or Tokito Clan members, then all of them receive buffs to their Stamina regeneration and Strength. These are buffed by 5 percent and 10 percent respectively.
These Clans provide the player with decent buffs, they are better than nothing. However, even if you have one of these, you should still keep trying to obtain the ones in A tier or above.
The Ubuyashi clan gives the following buffs to base stats
Furthermore, members of the Ubuyashiki clan adore the Butterfly Mansion, getting double EXP and WEN for training solely there. Additionally, they can earn 0.3 EXP if they are in a group with another Ubuyashiki clan member.
Breathing is the single unique boost that members of the Kanzaki clan have. It increases their breathing pace when they have less than half their HP remaining.
Furthermore, if a member of the Kanzaki clan is in a party with another member of of the same clan. In that case, all the members of Kanzaki Clan, and only the members of Kanzaki Clan gain a buff to their water move damage. This buff increases the damage by 10%.
Urokodaki clan gives the following buffs to your stats
When Urokodaki clan members wear a mask, they obtain a sight bonus that clears the fog in their immediate vicinity. This results in them having a far better and further vision range when compared to other players. Moreover, Urokodaki members may also trace enemy footsteps, showing trails only they can see. Additionally, Urokodaki members’ traces and footsteps are non-existent, enhancing their stealth powers.
Furthermore, the whole team gains a 0.2EXP bonus if there are more than 3 members of any clan present in the current team of an Urokodaki clan user.
This clan provides players with +2 Sword stats buffs.
Additionally, the Health of the claw and the sword of their enemies is visible to the users of the Haganezuke Clan. They also get a 20% extra rise in WEN when they sell things and antiques.
All weapons used by members of the Kanamori clan get a +30 increase in weapon durability. Additionally, any and all sword repairs done by the members of the Kanamori clan are reduced by half their price.
This clan provides the player with +5 Stamina stat buffs.
Moreover, members of the Nakahara clan who are in a party with Terauchi and Takada clan members receive a party boost. A buff of +10 stamina and +20 health is given to the members of the Nakahara clan if the above-mentioned conditions are met.
This clan also provides the player with +5 Stamina stat buffs.
Additionally, if any of the members of the following 3: the Terauchi clan, Takada Clan, and Nakahara clan are in a party with each other. The members will receive an increase to their Stamina and HP. This increase is of 10 and 15 points respectively.
This clan provides the player with +5 Stamina stat buffs as well.
Additionally, if any of the members of the following 3: Terauchi clan, Takada Clan, and Nakahara clan are in a party with each other. The members will receive an increase in their Stamina and HP. This increase is of 10 and 15 points respectively.
Members of the Kaneki clan earn +1 Strength. However, they do not receive a party benefit.
As is evident, common Clans are the worst of the bunch. They do not provide any stat boosts or buffs, they are just a placeholder until you get one of the other clans. Moreover, they all have a 60% rarity so they can be obtained very easily.
However, they should just be considered a waste of space. They would be placed in the F tier if there was one available. All of these clans in the C tier are of common rarity and they are just the default name provided to fill the clan slot, they get replaced as soon as any clan of a better rarity (i.e uncommon or higher) is obtained.
Complete List Of All Common Clans
Tier List Criteria
This tier list has been constructed to determine the best and worst Clans in Project Slayers by comparing the following factors of each clan:
The chance of obtaining said “Clan” by rolling.
Each Clan (Except Common) provides some kind of bonus to the base stats of their holder.
One of the main sources of damage in Demon Slayer.
Universal Clan abilities that are common include stats bonuses, party incentives, and more.
The Kocho clan serves as an illustration of how most clan cards don’t include everything listed above, hence anything lacking is eliminated. There is no part on breathing techniques because their tribe does not grant such power. Stat bonus and party bonus sections are absent from the Demon Abilities section since they automatically apply to both slayers and demons, as do the majority of passives. However, as evidenced by the Kamado clan, there are some passives that are exclusive to demons.
Abilities used by Human Players (Slayers).
Abilities used by Demon Players.
When utilized, different indomitable wills debuffs can: Eliminate 25% of their breathing bar, 10% breathing regeneration, 25% stamina, and more. The effect is around 20 to 30 seconds long.
An icon letting you know that you are impacted by Indomitable Will will display in the lower-left corner of your screen. Moreover, anyone who is of a lower level than the user of Indomitable will can be defeated by it. The effects of it get weaker the higher your level. Furthermore, Indomitable Will can be reversed by another person employing Indomitable Will.
Passives in Project Slayers are short-term benefits that you receive while playing the game. You will always get such bonuses as long as you are a member of the same clan. Some Passives must be used in specific contexts. For example, pain resistance prevents you from being slowed down while you’re low.
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