Borderlands 3 has a colorful cast of Vault Hunters that you can play as. The base game launches with four of them, all with access to three skill trees. The DLCs will inevitably introduce more. In this guide, you will find information on all the characters and links to guides on their skill trees. Any character than is introduced in the future will be added to this guide.
Borderlands 3 – All Characters Skill Trees
Moze is a Gunner class character, a battle-hardened former Vladof army soldier who specializes in mechanized combat. She uses an action skill to digistruct and climb into her bipedal tank, Iron Bear, which has hardpoints suitable for mixing, matching, and mounting high-velocity Railguns, rapid-firing Miniguns, semi-automatic Grenade Launchers, flamethrowers, pneumatic fists, and homing rocket launchers.
You can find the Moze skill trees guide here.
Gifted with powerful Siren abilities, Amara is a renowned champion of the people and bonafide badass. Using her action skills she can Phaseslam the ground to damage nearby enemies and knock them into the air, Phasegrasp enemies in place with a giant ethereal fist, or even Phasecast an astral projection of herself that deals damage to everything in its path.
You can find details on Amara’s skill trees here.
Born into Pandora’s notorious Flynt family, Zane is a semi-retired corporate hitman who always has a gadget up his sleeve. His action skills include an SNTNL drone that flys around and attacks enemies with a machine gun, a deployable Barrier shield, and a Digi-Clone that simultaneously distracts enemies and dishes out damage and which Zane can teleport to switch places with.
You can find full details of Zane’s skill trees here.
FL4K is a wandering robot who always brings one of their three loyal pets into battle to buff stats and attack enemies. Their action skills let them send forth dive-bombing Rakk, teleport Gamma Burst-irradiated pets through rifts, and even Fade Away to become invisible while moving faster and regenerating health temporarily.
You can find full details on FL4K’s skill trees here.
Which character you wish to play will depend significantly on your preferred playstyle. Amara is all about getting up close to take advantage of those Siren abilities, while FL4K is about managing distance and using long-ranged weapons to pick apart enemies safely. Moze can use Iron Bear to unleash huge amounts of damage, while Zane is pretty versatile, but thrives off constant action.
As more characters are added to the game, be sure to check back to get full details on their skill trees.