RAID: Shadow Legends – Deck of Fate Event and Champion Rebalancing in Patch 6.10
The latest patch for RAID: Shadow Legends has been announced on their official discord and other social media handles. Expected to be implemented in the live version of the game on 29th September 2022, the new patch doesn’t look much heavy. A little light on the note as the turn-based RPG by Plarium has just recently closed its fusion event for the Mighty Ukko. RAID: Shadow Legends is available to be downloaded as a free-to-play title on both the Google Play Store and iOS App Store. The land of Teleria is ready for some new action as a new form of events called “Deck of Fate” is going to be starting after the update goes live. More details on that later in the article. Changes are also mentioned for the champion training tournaments/events. A new season of the Forge Pass is also going to be starting soon as per timeline. Lastly, the gem of this patch is definitely going to be the champion rebalancing changes.
Deck of Fate Event
The Deck of Fate is a new type of event that is being introduced in RAID: Shadow Legends. Players can expect the new event first be run sometime near the spooky festival of Halloween. The event will not be starting right after the patch is dropped in-game but will be announced via a separate newsletter. The developers are Plarium have noted that they will take feedback from players after the 1st iteration of the event is over in order to improve its quality for future iterations of Deck of Fate. Here are the main takeaways regarding the new event as mentioned vaguely in the patch notes:
- Deck of Fate is going to be a farming event comprising of an event currency. The event currency will be called “Fate Pumpkins”.
- Fate Pumpkins can be earned very easily by completing your usual in-game activities like farming dungeons, minotaur dungeons, campaign stages, opening shards, leveling champions, and in general, consuming energy.
- Fate Pumpkins can be used to flip cards on the Deck of Fate event page. Each flipped card gives players a reward at random.
- Cards come in 3 different rarities. If players manage to flip 3 cards bearing the same rarity, they will receive a special reward called “Fate Chest”. This chest will contain superior rewards, unlike other card rewards.
Champion Training Tournament Update
A very important change is being made to the existing terms and conditions of the Champion Training tournament. Players will now be able to get points for the tournament by skilling up their champions! By skilling up, we mean enhancing their skills by consuming Skill Tomes. Points will only be counted for skill upgrades when they are done through consuming Skill tomes and not when they are done through consuming a duplicate champion. Here is the breakdown of the number of points received according to the quality of skill tome used during the tournament:
- Legendary Skill Upgrade using Legendary Skill Tome – 200 Points
- Epic Skill Upgrade using Epic Skill Tome – 75 Points
- Rare Skill Upgrade using Rare Skill Tome – 25 Points
Any patch for RAID: Shadow Legends seems incomplete without the inclusion of some classic champion rebalancing. With over 300+ collectible champions, this also seems to be a necessity if the game wishes to be balanced. For Patch 6.10, players can see some hard-core changes being made to 4 champions. Here are the champions and the changes:
- Trample (1st ability) – Attacks 1 enemy. Will attack all remaining enemies with any surplus damage if the target is killed.
- Split Asunder (2nd ability) – Basic: Attacks 1 enemy. Places a 60% [Decrease DEFI debuff for 2 turns.
- Ascended: Attacks 1 enemy. Places a 60% [Decrease DEFI debuff for 2 turns. This debuff is guaranteed.
- Righteous Charge (3rd ability) – Attacks 1 enemy. Damage increases according to the number of buffs on this Champion.
- Skypiercer (4th ability) – – Attacks all enemies. Will ignore [Shield] and [Block Damaqel buffs, as well as 50% of the target’s DEF
- Base Speed – Increased to 100 from 90.
- Hunt Down (1st ability) – Attacks 1 enemy. Has an extra 30% chance of inflicting a critical hit.
- Armorbreaker (2nd ability) – Basic: Attacks 1 enemy. Has an extra 30% chance of inflicting a critical hit.
- Ascended: Attacks I enemy. Places a 60% [Decrease DEFI debuff for 2 turns, then attacks 1 enemy. Has an extra 30% chance of inflicting a critical hit.
- Charged Shot (3rd ability) – Attacks 1 enemy. Places a 30% [Decrease SPD] debuff for 2 turns.
- Decreases the targets Turn Meter by 50%. Has an extra 30% chance of inflicting a critical hit.
- Wanton Mugging (1st ability) – Attacks 1 enemy 2 times. Each hit has a 30% chance of stealing one random buff.
- Ruckus (2nd ability) – Attacks 1 enemy. Will ignore the target’s DEF if they have no active buffs. It Steals 2 random buffs from the target. Damage based on [HP].
- Scar for Life (1st ability) – Attacks 1 enemy. Decreases their MAX HP by the damage inflicted.
- Heavy Slam (2nd ability) – Attacks I enemy. Will ignore 50% of the target’s DEF. Decreases their MAX HP by 40% of the damage inflicted.
- AURA (Leader Skill) – Increases Ally C. RATE in all Battles by 19%.
That covers all the new things coming to RAID: Shadow Legends with Patch 6.10. Players can take a look at the official patch notes to get an in-depth look at the upcoming content. To read more such guides, check out our Blog section where we cover the latest happenings at RSL for our lovely community.
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