THE 8 Best Servants In V Rising

This V Rising Best Servants guide will showcase how to get servants, their traits, and the 5 types available in V Rising!

For V Rising players who want to know exactly how Servants work in the game, they have come to the right place, as we will uncover it all! In essence, servants are enemies and NPCs in V Rising that can be weakened and charmed to lure them into your base/castle and have them work under you.

Key Takeaways
  • The Servants in V Rising have different weapons and armor to protect you and your castle. 
  • You can get the servants by charming them with the “Kill of The Vampire” skill, but make sure it attaches the servant because you’ll be between different enemies or NPCs. 
  • Bring them to the base, place them in the servant coffin, and it’ll take 1 hour 30 minutes to make them a proper servant.
  • Five major types of servants in the game are Worker, Scholar, Brute, Rogue, and Warrior.
  • Before choosing a servant, you should know about some of the traits of the best servants, including their blood quality, expertise, protection level, etc.

Best Servants In V Rising Compared

Before everything, here is a summarized compared at the Types of Servants in V Rising:

Servant NameServant PerkDescription
WorkerHumble AppearanceReduces difficulty by 100 when infiltrating settlements
ScholarSacred ResistanceReduces difficulty by 100 when hunting in areas protected by the elements
BruteTenacious StrengthReduces difficulty by 100 when hunting in harsh environments
RogueTracking ExpertiseReduces difficulty by 100 when hunting in areas inhabited by creatures and demons
WarriorMilitary TacticsReduces difficulty by 100 when hunting in fortified areas

In V Rising, you can raise your own army made out of Servants, which can help you in all sorts of ways during your playthrough. You can come across plenty of different Servants with varying traits.

However, some basic Blood types of Servants decide the nature of these NPCs; these are:

  • Worker.
  • Scholar.
  • Brute.
  • Rogue.
  • Warrior.

8. Archer

v rising archer
Archer Servant overview (Screenshot by eXputer)
Blood type Brute
Physical Power189
Spell Power189
Description Tenacious Strength, great units, mainly when it comes to defending your castle from a safe distance.
Health 122

Archers are great units, mainly when it comes to defending your castle from a safe distance. Their expertise from long-range also allows them to safely take down enemies without getting close to them.

Archer’s blood type is Brute, which means they have the “Tenacious Strength” Perk. Their unique perk gives them more ease while hunting in harsh conditions due to a decrease in difficulty by 100. Despite that, Archers can be a liability in open fields, especially when an enemy gets close to them. 

7. Villager

Blood type Worker 
Physical Power11
Spell Power11
Description The easiest servants perform various other tasks, including hunts, defending, and infiltrating areas.
Health 59

Villagers don’t really excel in anything; however, they have enough of everything you need. On top of that, if you get a bunch of them, they can easily buy you time, defend your castle, and take hits from the enemies while you strategize bigger things.

Other than that, the Villagers can perform various other tasks, including hunts, defending, and infiltrating areas. Villagers are also one of the easiest Servants to come by in the game. They belong to the Worker Blood Type, meaning most have “Humble Appearance” as their perk. The perk reduces difficulty by 100 whenever they are infiltrating areas.

6. Paladin

v rising paladin
Paladin Servant (Screenshot by eXputer)
Blood type Warrior 
Physical Power33
Spell Power33
Description Capable of dealing more damage at the cost of speed.
Health 844

Paladins are much like Knights; however, they can deal more damage at the cost of speed. Although, if you pair them with several other servants, their combat speed won’t really bother you. Their hits can inflict more and more damage on each swing. On top of that, Paladins also have some great abilities.

Paladin’s ability to use their dash move makes up for their slower speed. In addition to that, they also use an AoE attack from time to time, which is great if more than one enemy surrounds you. Unfortunately, they aren’t that unit-friendly and can be woeful amongst a tightly-knit team.

5. Cleric

v rising cleric
Cleric Servant (Image by eXputer)
Blood type Brute 
Physical Power28
Spell Power28
Description Great fighters who usually wield a sword and a shield also summon footmen alongside them.
Health 345

When it comes to getting your hands dirty on the battlefield or while defending the castle, the Clerics will be your main servants! These guys are extremely useful as far as combat is concerned. They are great fighters who usually wield a sword and a shield. Compared to the villagers and footmen, the Clerics are much stronger and can last a generous time in combat.

In addition to their strengths, they can summon a bunch of footmen alongside them whenever they are summoned. Clerics can also make use of some basic spells in V Rising, which adds flair to their expertise on the aggressive side.

4. Nun

Blood type Scholar 
Physical Power21
Spell Power21
Description They tend to have good healing abilities, and they have Sacred Resistance.

The Nun Servant may not be the ones to take down other players or enemies, but they are an integral part of the whole system since they’re considered one of the Best healing servants. They are scared and usually run and hide when they see players or fights. 

Nuns can heal and look after your combatants during combat. Hence, if you can try getting a few Nuns into your unit, they will make a world of difference during PvP situations. Nuns have the Scholar Blood Type, and their servant perk is called “Sacred Resistance,” which allows them to decrease 100 in difficulty while hunting in element-protected areas.

3. Devoted

Blood type Human
Physical Power244
Spell Power244
Description Capable of dealing, both, melee and ranged damage, also cast AoE spells from afar.
Health 304

First off, the Devoted Units are capable of dealing both melee and ranged damage. When they’re above 50% health, they like getting into the enemy’s face and dish out their melee attacks. However, when their health drops below 50%, they will step back and start casting AoE spells from afar.

2. Lightweaver

Blood type Scholar
Physical Power29
Spell Power29
Description Mages capable of teleporting will have various spells that can cause AoE damage.
Health 374

The Lightweavers are considered the Best Servant by many in the game. In addition to being one of the best, they are also the toughest ones to recruit in V Rising. The Lightweavers are actually mages who are capable of teleporting at will. Hence, they can fortify themselves and remain at a safe distance from their enemies at most times.

Additionally, the Lightwaevers have various spells that can cause AoE damage. These are the best units you want at your castle for defense. However, as OP may be, they have a slight drawback. Lightweavers do not excel in small fight zones because they do not have a lot of room for evasion.

1. Priest

v rising priest servant
Priest Overview (Screenshot by eXputer)
Blood type Human
Physical Power300
Spell Power300
Description They can summon endless waves of holy pillars that stun nearby vampires.

The Priest doesn’t heal or does loads of damage to the opponent, either. Looking at them at a glance, they just feel like a weak Mage servant. However, there’s one special thing about them that totally boosts their whole status in V Rising. Apart from their ranged spell attacks, the Priests can conjure multiple monoliths on the field.

The monoliths summoned by the Priest can grab and paralyze enemies that come within their radius. What makes the whole thing even better is that a single Priest can conjure up 7-8 monoliths alone. All of them will hold down and paralyze enemies, which makes it extremely easy for the other Brutes or Warriors Servans to bring down the enemies and defend your castle!

Next: V Rising Soul Shards

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