In Borderlands 3, not all Vault Hunters are created equal. Each brings a unique playstyle to the table, and some kind of utility to the multiplayer aspect of the game. Except for Moze, who brings instead her mech, Iron Bear, and a never-ending stream of automatic gunfire, which I suppose has a certain utility all its own.
While not a bad character by any means, Moze is just a little too focused on a particular playstyle in a game about character flexibility. Her Shield of Retribution tree does have the Drowning in Brass skill, which increases gun damage nicely for the party, but outside of that everything else focuses on Moze herself or Iron Bear.
You would think then, that she would make for a great solo character in Borderlands 3, but again here she takes the last place. There just isn’t a lot of survivability here. She has some defensive buffs but nothing on the level of Amara’s regeneration or FL4K’s pet synergy.
Iron Bear can be turned into a weapon of mass destruction, and that really is Moze’s greatest strength. It’s a fantastic panic button, and a great way to clear a hostile room. It comes with a hefty cooldown, however, and outside of her mech, Moze just isn’t that interesting.