Nobody’s Adventure Chop-Chop Best Beasts Ranked

In this tier list we ranked the best beasts in Nobody’s Adventure Chop-Chop to save you time and help you boost your CP effectively

Nobody's Adventure Chop-Chop Best Beasts
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Nobody’s Adventure Chop-Chop offers plenty of fun content for those looking for a captivating idle RPG mobile game. The game’s main method of progression involves chopping at the Divine Tree to collect EXP and gear. But there are other and more important aspects to the game’s mechanics, such as PvP and PvE battles.

For these, you need to constantly increase the combat power, and one way to do this is by obtaining powerful beasts.

In this guide, we have put together a comprehensive tier list of the best Nobody’s Adventure Chop Chop beasts. Use it to form a strong team and boost your CP.

The game features around 30 beasts, all with unique abilities, stats, and rarities. Based on this, we categorized the beasts into four tiers: S, A, B, and C. These tiers indicate how powerful and useful the beasts are in various aspects of the game, including PvE battles, PvP matches, and overall progression.

S-Tier Beasts

S-Tier, the best beasts to pick in Nobody's Adventure Chop-Chop
S-Tier, the strongest beasts to pick in Nobody’s Adventure Chop-Chop

These are the top-performing beasts in the game. They have powerful abilities and unique, high stats such as Stun, Dodge, and Healing. They can give a significant advantage in both PvE and PvP battles. Make sure you also check the descriptions we included for each of these creatures at the bottom of this guide.

  • Vermilion Bird
  • White Tiger
  • Black Tortoise
  • Kylin
  • Azure Dragon

A-Tier Beasts

A-tier, also good-performing beasts in Nobody's Adventure Chop Chop
A-tier, also good-performing beasts in Nobody’s Adventure Chop Chop

The beasts in this tier are also strong but may not be as versatile as those in the S Tier. They still offer great benefits depending on the type of battle.

  • Luan
  • Suanni
  • Wuzhiqi
  • Jimeng
  • Nian
  • Nine-Tails
  • Yinglong

B-Tier Beasts

B-tier, average beasts for Nobody's Adventure Chop-Chop
B-tier, average beasts for Nobody’s Adventure Chop-Chop

These beasts are average in terms of stats and abilities, but they can still be useful in some early stages of the campaign mode but overall, they do not offer good bonuses to your team.

  • Huodou
  • Yingzhao
  • Lushu
  • Pegasus
  • Sheng-sheng
  • Dijiang
  • Baize

C-Tier Beasts

C-tier, the weakest beasts in Nobody's Adventure Chop-Chop
C-tier, the weakest beasts in Nobody’s Adventure Chop-Chop

These are the weakest beasts in the game. Use them if you have no other choices but we highly recommend saving up your resources for upgrading better beasts.

  • Jade Rabbit
  • Yugong
  • Bee Elder
  • Yayu
  • Skylark
  • Fengxi
  • Rodent
  • Root Dryad
  • Fox
  • Apelet

Nobody’s Adventure Chop Chop Best Beasts Overview

Below is a brief description of the top 5 beasts in Nobody’s Adventure Chop Chop, all of which are in the S Tier:

Vermilion Bird

Vermilion Bird, the best beast in Nobody's Adventure Chop-Chop
Vermilion Bird, the best beast in Nobody’s Adventure Chop-Chop
  • Rank: S
  • Highlights: Good for massive DPS

This fierce bird is the best beast in Nobody’s Adventure Chop Chop. It boasts high stats and powerful attack abilities, especially when used against a stunned target. Its skill is activated every 2 rounds and causes massive damage.

This can almost double the effect if the target is already stunned, while also extending the stun effect. It is a must-have for any player looking to dominate in both PvE and PvP battles. Using this beast in combination with the best genie can significantly boost your character’s power.

White Tiger

White Tiger Beast
  • Rank: S
  • Great for combo attacks and burst damage

White Tiger is another powerful beast in the S Tier. Its ability to do quick, burst damage makes it a great choice for combination attacks and taking down enemies quickly. Its skill also increases your COMBO and CATK stats, giving you a higher chance of attacking multiple times in a row. This makes White Tiger a valuable addition to any team.

Black Tortoise

Black Tortoise Beast
  • Rank: S
  • Highlights: Best for low CP teams and healing

Black Tortoise is a great beast to have in your team, especially if you have a low Combat Power. It can heal your hero based on the damage they cause in battle, and this healing bonus can stack up to 5 times. This makes it a valuable addition for both survivability and support in any battle.


Kylin Beast
  • Rank: S
  • Highlights: Best for support buffs

Kylin is a powerful beast that can greatly increase your power. It has high stats and stackable buffs including Lifesteal and Dodge. This is why this beast is a great choice for those looking for more support in tough fights.

Azure Dragon

Azure Dragon Beast
  • Rank: S
  • Highlights: Best for Crit-based squads and ATK buffs

Azure Dragon, although one of the best beasts in Nobody’s Adventure Chop-Chop, is the least powerful among the S-tier. However, don’t underestimate its abilities as it can greatly increase both ATK and Crit stats, increasing your chances of dealing massive, quick damage in battles.


This wraps up our tier list for the best beasts in Nobody’s Adventure Chop Chop. The game is quite fun and these creatures remind me of those we ranked in our previous Legend of Slime tier list, but with an enchanting twist.

Remember, these tiers are based on our analysis and may vary depending on your play style, the Companions you have, and of course, the mount choice.

But having any of the S-tier beasts in your team will definitely give you the upper hand in battles and help you progress faster. Remember to upgrade them as often as you can, to maximize their potential.

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Nobody's Adventure Chop-Chop Best Beasts
  • Release Date: Nov 14, 2023
  • Platform(s): Android, iOS
  • Genre(s): Idle RPG,
  • Publisher(s): 37GAMES GLOBAL
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