Alioune shares his Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 3 tier list

Mar 17 2020 2 min read
Bandai Namco

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R-cade’s Alioune "Alioune" Camara has played a variety of fighting games during his career, from Street Fighter to The King of Fighters and Marvel vs. Capcom. Still, the game that has currently won his undivided attention is Dragon Ball FighterZ, so it comes as no surprise that the French player has released a Season 3 tier list of his own.

The entire roster is ranked from tier S to A, and leading the charge is Bardock, followed by Base Vegeta and his main, Majin Buu. The vast number of changes introduced to the game in Season 3 has mixed things up quite a bit, even bringing Frieza right up to the topmost rank thanks to his gold transformation.


Alioune’s tier list is somewhat similar to the GO1 and Fenritti list, especially their S-tier. The only difference at the top is character placement and the addition of Majin Buu and Kid Buu in Alioune’s S-tier. Also, like the CYCLOPS gaming athlete’s list is the majority of the game’s roster in S- but unlike theirs, Alioune has assigned a tier to every one of the game’s characters.

Latest DLC fighter Kefla also falls into S-, but in second place, while the humans Videl and Krillin head up tier A+. Half of the characters Go1 and Fenritti didn’t rank fall into Alioune’s S- and A+ tiers, while Android 17 is the only one R-cade’s player puts in A-tier, his lowest level. He shares the bottom with Picollo, Android 16, and surprisingly, Gogeta to close off the list.

Alioune finished in 5th-6th place at the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals 2019-2020 LCQ. He also had 9th-12th placements at both Red Bull Spain 2019 and Celtic Throwdown 2019.


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