RAID: Shadow Legends – Nari the Lucky Fragment Fusion Guide
The latest fragment fusion event brings another legendary grade champion available to be fused and obtained for all players who play RAID: Shadow Legends, the turn-based RPG by Plarium. Nari the Lucky is a St. Patrick’s Day styled fusion event but got delayed due to the current geopolitical situation surrounding Russia and Ukraine as Plarium is based there. As usual, we have a list of events and tournaments from where players can obtain fragments for this new legendary champion.
Nari the Lucky is a new legendary grade Force affinity champion from the Dwarves faction. He is listed as a Defense based champion where all of his abilities scale with his own Defense. He is currently the only champion that can apply Decrease Accuracy and Decreased Resistance debuffs on the enemies. That’s the highlight of this new fragment fusion champion. He is certainly not the strongest champion being offered but hey, he’s free, technically. He also brings an AOE Taunt ability which also provides a Counterattack buff on himself. His passive allows him to steal 1 random buff from a random enemy and transfer it to a random ally. He does seem pretty useful in the Doom Tower or Arena in certain team compositions. For Doom Tower, we would recommend players to build him with high Accuracy and Resistance to land those massive debuffs and protect him from getting CC’ed. We can also see a potential Hydra Clan Boss usage with Nari the Lucky.
During this Fusion event, Plarium provides Fragments for the champion in multiple Events and Tournaments. Keep in mind that these events and tournaments will take a lot of your time if you’re going to manually play the game since Plarium only provides 30 instances of Auto-Battles per day. But don’t worry, you can easily bypass the hard grinding by simply using BlueStacks’ macro recorder to record your runs and keep re-running it.
Nari the Lucky Champion Skills
Nari the Lucky is a Defense based Debuffer type champion from the Dwarves faction. Being a legendary champion, his stats are quite impressive with a high Defense of 1487, Mediocre HP of 19320, and Speed of 104. He is certainly not the fastest legendary champion but he does have a decent skillset. His 1st skill Wee Fluncher is a single targeted damaging ability that deals damage based on his Defense and has a 50% chance to steal 1 random buff from the target. His 2nd ability Rainbow of Woe is the highlight of his whole champion kit and is an AOE ability that targets all enemies. This skill has a 75% chance of inflicting a 50% Decreased Accuracy and 50% Decreased Resistance debuff for 2 turns each. This makes him a solid champion for Doom Tower as well as Hydra if players build him with High Accuracy and Speed.
Nari the Lucky’s 3rd skill Irresistible Wealth is also an AOE ability that targets all enemies and has a 75% chance of inflicting the Provoke debuff on them for 1 turn each. This skill also provides a Counterattack buff for 2 turns on Nari the Lucky. This skill is on a high base cooldown of 6 turns but can be skilled down to 4 turns. His Passive ability Joyful Song is a unique passive ability where he can transfer 1 random buff from a random enemy and places it on a random ally. This passive ability triggers at the start of his turn every round. It also states that Nari the Lucky gets 5 additional Accuracy per buff on each ally. We recommend players to build Nari the Lucky with Accuracy, Divine Life, Speed, and Relentless artifact sets with a focus on Speed, Accuracy, Defense%, and Resistance% as stats.
Here is a list of Nari the Lucky’s skills in detail: –
Wee Fluncher [ATK]
Attacks 1 enemy. Has a 50% chance of stealing 1 random buff from the target.
Rainbow of Woe [ATK]
Attacks all enemies. Has a 75% chance of placing a 50% [Decrease Accuracy] debuff and a 50% [Decrease Resistance] debuff for 2 turns.
Irresistible Wealth [ATK]
Attacks all enemies. Has a 75% chance of placing a [Provoke] debuff for 1 turn. Also places a [Counterattack] Buff on this champion for 2 turns.
Joyful Song (Passive)
At the start of this champion’s turn, transfer 1 random buff from a random enemy to a random ally. This champion’s ACC is increased by 5 for each buff on each ally.
Nari the Lucky Fusion Event Guide
Nari the Lucky is obtainable via Fragment Fusion. By Fragment fusions, we mean that Nari the Lucky needs 100 of his champion fragments to be unlocked or fused. These fragments can be found in various Events and Tournaments and can be achieved in reaching certain milestones in them. Pretty simple, right? It is simple; however, we will give a detailed guide on how to manage your resources to obtain enough fragments to fuse Nari the Lucky.
We will now list the various events and tournaments through which you will be able to obtain these champion fragments.
Here is the list: –
- Classic Arena Takedown Tournament Part 1 (25th – 28th March)
- Summon Rush Event (25th – 28th March)
- Ice Golem Tournament (26th – 29th March)
- Dungeon Divers Event Part 1 (27th – 31st March)
- Artifact Enhancement Event Part 1 (28th – 31st March)
- Spider Tournament (29th March – 1st April)
- Champion Training Event Part 1 (30th March – 4th April)
- Classic Arena Takedown Tournament Part 2 (31st March – 3rd April)
- Dragon Tournament (1st April – 4th April)
- Champion Chase Tournament (1st April – 4th April)
- Artifact Enhancement Event Part 2 (2nd – 5th April)
- Dungeon Divers Event Part 2 (3rd – 6th April)
- Fire Knight Tournament (4th – 7th April)
- Champion Training Tournament (5th – 9th April)
- Artifact Enhancement Event Part 3 (7th – 10th April)
Preparation for these Events and Tournaments
As we can see from the timings of these Events and Tournaments presented by Plarium, many of these coincide with each other. If you are confused by what some of the terms mean or where some of the locations of the dungeons and events are, here is a helpful guide. Now doing every event and tournament 1 by 1 will drain your resources very quickly, and you will be left with insufficient fragments to fuse Nari the Lucky. You might need to spend gems to refill energy for completing the remaining events and tournaments.
This is where efficient planning and using your resources judiciously comes in. In this guide, we will give you all the essential tips and tricks to help you in your journey of fusing the legendary champion Nari the Lucky. Energy and Silver will be your 2 biggest resources, and if you have enough of these saved up, things will go more smoothly for you. But if you don’t have them stored don’t fret, we are here for you! Take a look at our preparation process for Nari the Lucky Fusion here: –
25th March – 10th April:
- Classic Arena Takedown Tournament Part 1: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at 390 Points)
- Summon Rush Event: 20 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at 1750/3500 Points each)
Classic Arena Takedown Tournaments are one of the easiest tournaments to complete and players need not plan too much for it except for having a stable Arena team and getting victories in the Arena. Players can complete this event which spans over 3 days easily just by using their daily Arena Tokens which they get passively as well as the refreshes they get from doing dailies as well as playtime rewards.
Summon Rush event is very straightforward, the more you summon the more points you get. The quality of shards also hampers the number of points you get. The quality of champions, however, does not affect the number of points obtained in this event. Here are the points received depending on the shard: –
Mystery Shard: 1 Point
Ancient Shard: 20 Points
Void Shard: 100 Points
Sacred Shard: 500 Points
We recommend going for at least the first milestone for 5 fragments because the total number of fragments available is 115. You can extend till the 2nd milestone depending on how many shards you have. If you feel you do not have enough quality shards, then save for the 1st milestone of the coming Champion Chase Tournament. Keep in mind that this Summon rush will be clashing with the 10X Boost up the event so it might be worth summoning if you like any of the champions available during the 10X.
- Ice Golem Tournament: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at 2250 Points each)
Ice Golem Tournaments are easy to complete as you get points just for completing the Ice Golem dungeon runs. Players can further extend kill 2 birds by 1 stone by waiting for Dungeon Divers Event Part 1 which starts 1 day later on March 27th. This way players can maximize the points received for both the tournament and event by just playing the Ice Golem Tournament. We recommend players to farm the Ice Golem Dungeon Stage 20 as it proves to be the most efficient for energy/time spent in completing this dungeon. The point threshold is quite easy and attainable at 2250 points and we are looking at doing 140 runs of Stage 20 consuming roughly 2250 energy to achieve that milestone.
- Dungeon Divers Event Part 1: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at 3750 Points)
Dungeon Divers events are usually all about getting artifacts! These artifacts can come from various areas in the game but more specifically come from Dungeons – Spider’s Den, Ice Golem, Fire Knight, Dragon’s Den. For this dungeon divers event, we recommend farming the Ice Golem Dungeon Stage 20 for the first 2 days as the event coincides with Ice Golem Tournament. Next, you will still be left with some points to look forward to as the Ice Golem tournament would have ended and here, we recommend starting farming Spiders Den Stage 20 on the last day of this event as it coincides with Spider Tournament. This should easily land you 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments.
- Artifact Enhancement Event Part 1: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at 3500 Points)
This event is again very straightforward but can drain a lot of your silver reserves. If you were not prepared, then you might have to spend your precious energy to farm silver coins for upgrading your equipment. Here are a few tips to achieve those 2625 points: –
- You can pre-roll your artifacts till Lvl 7/11/15 and then simply spend silver to upgrade to the next level as you get points only after upgrading artifacts to LVL 4,8,12 and 16 with the highest points being given at 6-star LVL 16 artifact upgrades.
- You can level up 3 6-Star artifacts to level 16 to easily complete this event in a go
- Save up to roughly 6 million silver per artifact enhancement event, as this amount is roughly what it takes to complete these events.
However, if you have enough silver or artifacts upgraded to a certain level, then feel free to use them to complete this event. It also takes a lot of time because the general upgrading speed for artifacts is very slow, and it fails many times as well. However, if you use BlueStacks Eco mode, you can significantly speed up this process and save so much time!
- Spider Tournament: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at X Points)
This is again a very straightforward tournament as it asks you to spend your energy and farm the Spiders Den dungeon. Players will get points according to the quality of equipment they get from farming these dungeons. We recommend farming this dungeon during the first day of the Spider tournament itself because it will coincide with the Dungeons Diver event as we said before. The points required are again 2250 which equates to roughly 140 runs at Spiders Stage 20 and costs 2250 energy.
- Champion Training Event Part 1: 15 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at X/X Points)
Champion Training Events are all about leveling up your champions, promoting the ranks of your champions, and ascending your champions. For champion training events, make sure to have lots of resources like potions, fodder for ranking up champions as well as energy/brews for leveling up champions. This event is extremely grindy and can take a lot of time if you were not prepared beforehand. Champion Training event can be completed by farming the campaign mode! However, it does help if you have some resources like chickens and brews saved up in preparation for this event. We hope you weren’t baited by the recent Champion Training tournament which took a lot of resources to get rare champions if you were at the top of the leaderboards. Feel free to spend gems for energy to farm more if you have saved up Gems and use Mystery Shards to obtain fodder champions.
- Classic Arena Takedown Tournament Part 2: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at X Points)
- Dragon Tournament: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at X Points)
The same advice persists for completing the Classic Arena Takedown tournament as all you need are Arena Tokens and victories in the Arena. Make sure to complete your dailies for the extra Arena tokens. Another tip is to select easy opponents in your Arena bracket. You can also refresh the current list if you find no available team which is weaker than you. A good measure of an opponent’s team strength is the power of their team. You get more points for the tournament the higher rank you are in the Arena.
Dragon Tournament requires players to farm Dragon’s Dungeon repeatedly to get good quality Artifacts. The better the quality of Artifacts, the more points players can obtain from this tournament. Usually, the point threshold will be at 2250 as we have seen for all the dungeon-related tournaments in this fragment fusion event. Players can farm Stage 20 of Dragon’s to get maximum points efficiently. This will cost you around 2250 energy and 140 runs.
- Champion Chase Tournament: 20 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at X Points)
Champion Chase Tournament is a major risk for all players as the rewards depend on your luck. Yes, they are related to summoning and can cost a lot of shards if your luck is bad. The saving grace here is that if you are near your pity in the mercy system, you can potentially get a lot of points for summoning a legendary champion. This Champion Chase tournament might also coincide with a 2X Boost Shard event so if you have shards of that boosted event saved up, you can go ahead and try to complete the tournament. If you have already got the 1st milestone reward from the Summon Rush event, we recommend at least go for the 1st milestone reward in Champion Chase Tournament as well or you will be left with insufficient fragments to fuse Nari the Lucky.
- Artifact Enhancement Event Part 2: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at X Points)
- Dungeon Divers Event Part 2: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at X Points)
Artifact Enhancement events are the same – get silver, use silver in upgrading artifacts, and get points for the event. By now, you should have collected more silver if you completed the various dungeon-related events and tournaments. You can further sell the useless artifacts you collected while doing these tournaments. In the end, all that matters is you have enough silver to complete this event.
Dungeon Divers Event needs players to get artifacts for their champion from any available location like the Campaign, All the dungeons, Clan Boss rewards, Clan V/S Clan tournaments, etc. Players can get points for this event anywhere if artifacts are available as rewards. However, for efficiency, we recommend players to farm Dragons Dungeon as it is going to coincide with Dragon Tournament on April 3rd. Players can get points for both the event as well as the tournament.
- Fire Knight Tournament: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at X Points)
Fire Knight tournament requires players to farm the Fire Knight dungeon repeatedly to obtain high-quality artifacts and the better the rarity and quality of artifacts, the better the points received for the tournament. This Fire Knight tournament’s point threshold for obtaining the 5 Nari the Lucky fragments is still unknown but is deemed to be 2250 as seen with other dungeon-related tournaments. We recommend farming Fire Knights dungeon on April 4th, April 5th as it will coincide with the Dungeon Divers Event and will give points for both the event and tournament.
- Champion Training Tournament: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at X Points)
Champion Training tournaments are easy to complete only if you have the resources available. This champion training tournament only has 5 fragments available so we think it is going to be an easy one with low point requirements to obtain the fragments. In any case, keep fodder ready to level up just in case. Use gems for refreshing energy if you run out of energy because these 5 fragments are necessary to fuse Nari the Lucky.
- Artifact Enhancement Event Part 3: 5 Nari the Lucky Fragments (Obtained at X Points)
This is the last event for Nari the Lucky fragment fusion as well as the 3rd iteration of Artifact Enhancement. This event could be skippable if you already have 100 fragments for Nari the Lucky but if not then complete it by spending your silver to upgrade artifacts.
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