Temtem Tier List (December 2023) – Strongest Temtem

Hi guys! Welcome to another article. Temtem is a massively multiplayer online creature-collection role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by CremaGames and published by Humble Bundle. In Temtem, players capture and train creatures called Temtem, which they use to battle other players and NPCs. There are over 160 Temtem in the game, each with its own unique type, stats, and abilities.

Tier lists are a way to rank Temtem based on their strength and viability in competitive play. The Temtem tier list is constantly evolving as the game is updated and new strategies are discovered, but there are a few Temtem that consistently rank at the top.

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The S-tier Temtem is the strongest and most versatile Temtem in the game. They can be used to fill a variety of roles on a team and are very difficult to counter.

  • Oceara (Water)
  • Tyranak (Fire)
  • Minothor (Electric)
  • Tuvine (Crystal/Wind)
  • Osukai (Earth/Melee)
  • Nagaise (Mental)
  • Cerneaf (Nature)
  • Volarend (Toxic)


The A-tier Temtem are still very strong, but they may have some specific weaknesses or be less versatile than the S-tier Temtem.

  • Seismunch (Melee/Earth)
  • Nessla (Mental/Electric)
  • Smazee (Nature/Melee)
  • Kinu (Water/Melee)
  • Gharunder (Neutral/Toxic)
  • Nessla (Mental/Electric)
  • Turtonator (Fire/Toxic)
  • Valash (Toxic/Crystal)


The B-tier Temtem are still viable in competitive play, but they may require more team support or specific strategies to be effective.

  • Gyalis (Mental/Toxic)
  • Myx (Crystal/Mental)
  • Babawa (Nature/Water)
  • Ukama (Neutral/Melee)
  • Mudrid (Earth/Nature)
  • Azuroc (Water/Toxic)
  • Saku (Wind/Neutral)
  • Platypet (Water/Electric)


The C-tier Temtem are generally not considered to be viable in competitive play. However, they may still be useful in certain situations or for specific strategies.

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The D-tier Temtem is the weakest Temtem in the game. They are generally not recommended for competitive play, but they may still be fun to use in casual play.

It is important to note that tier lists are just a general guideline. There are many factors that can affect a Temtem’s performance in battle, such as its stats, abilities, moveset, and the team composition of its opponent. Ultimately, the best way to find out which Temtem are right for you is to experiment and find what works best for your playstyle.

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