I have a problem with the current SSM Tier list: The Current SSM Tier List does not take into account Player skill levels and does not justify why kits are placed where they are. This makes for huge balancing mistakes. My Tier list will take into account actual skill with the kits being played. Oh and I only have about 9000+ wins In the game plus 6 years of experience. I will define each category before grouping. S+: S+ Class Kits take little to no skill or experience to use yet have a very high win/success rate. These kits are usually spammy and can deliver lethal blows with no effort, planning, or preparation. S: S Class kits take a small amount of skill and have a win/success rate higher than the effort put into the kit. A+: These kits don't quite fit into A and aren't skilless enough for S. A: A Class kits take a lot of skill and effort and have a win/success rate perfectly in line with the amount of effort and experience put into it. People who play these kits are usually mistaken for playing OP kits when in actuality the player is typically just a good player so the kit reflects it. B: B Class kits Take a lot of skill and effort to use effectively and the win/success rate is usually a little less than the amount of effort put into winning. C: C Class kits take the most effort and skill to use and offer little to no reward. They're easily countered. Some people can play C class kits very efficiently but the amount of skill and experience it takes to run a C Class kit is too high for a novice player. And Now, The Kits in their respective categories S+: Skeleton Horse S: Creeper, Guardian, A+: Slime, Witch, Cow, Wolf, Pig A: Enderman, Spider, Iron Golem, Squid, Skeleton, Zombie B: Sheep, Snow Golem, Villager, Wither Skeleton, Blaze, Magma Cube C: Chicken Of Course, This begs the question "Then why do all the good players 'Abuse' Your A Tier Kits?" The answer is simple. S+ doesn't take any skill which means putting skill into the kit doesn't yield as much of a reward. The power of what you can do with a high skill ceiling outweighs the simpleness of the high tier kits. Which is why the best players play the kits that have an equal reward as to the amount of effort put in. That's all I got for you. Take it or leave it I don't care. But I am sick of hearing people contribute all my skill and experience to playing an "op" kit when the kit is not what is OP, I am. Edit: Deleted second Sheep Added A+ Tier Changed "That'd" to "That's"