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Below you will find our Raid: Shadow Legends tier list that’s updated for the latest current game meta.
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Raid: Shadow Legends Tier List Meaning
S Tier – These are the BEST Raid: Shadow Legends champions in the current meta. They will dominate every game content, whether it’s PvE or PvP they will be great in any team. Prioritize these characters at all costs, and invest in them as early as you can.
A Tier – While not as overpowered as the S-tier ones, these are also very good characters to play with throughout the main campaign and arenas. You can safely invest your resources in these champions as they are also viable in this meta.
B Tier – Good Raid: Shadow Legends champions, will require some extra effort on your part to make them work in every game content, but they are not that bad. They are not that great either, so if you have the chance to get some A or S-tier characters, then you can safely swap these out.
C Tier – Sure, some of these champions might have their usage and they could be fun to play, but they are not as good as the other characters on this Raid Shadow Legends tier list. You could play with them if you have others that are better though.
RAID Shadow Legends Tier List
How Did We Create this Tier List?
First of all, this Raid: Shadow Legends tier list was only focused on Legendary and some Epic champions, and it’s mostly focused on the overall viability of all the game’s content. This includes Arena, Dragon, Spider, Faction Wars, Clan Boss, Fire Knight, and Ice Golem
A lot of research was put into creating this Raid: Shadow Legends tier list.
We have checked the official subreddit and checked out what some top users are recommending, also we have browsed YouTube and the official Facebook pages for reading patch notes and updates. As well as inspecting the top players inside the game and doing our own testing.
As with every tier list that you can find on the internet, this one is just our opinion for Raid: Shadow Legends best champions in the current meta. Even though everyone’s gaming experience will be different, we still like to think that this is a pretty accurate Raid: Shadow Legends tier list.
But keep in mind that the meta is always changing with every new update that the game receives, so some of these champions might go up or down in ranking at any given moment.
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Best characters in Raid: Shadow Legends
When ranking the best Raid: Shadow Legends champions we have focused on:
- Champion Type
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One of the most important things was seeing how great these champions all perform in various of the game’s content. So with that being said, here’s what we think are Raid: Shadow Legends best champions:
- Nekhret the Great
- Lydia the Death Siren
- Rhazin Scarhide
- Bad El Kazar
- Drexthar Bloodtwin
- Duchess Lilitu
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What is Raid: Shadow Legends?
Raid: Shadow Legends is a hero collection fantasy RPG game that is developed and published by Plarium.
I’m sure you’ve at least heard of the game by now since it was pretty much promoted in every YouTube gaming video that I know of.
The game was marketed aggressively almost everywhere, and because of that, it has now got millions of players enjoying the game at any given time.
Raid: Shadow Legends is set in the world of Teleria, which has been taken over by a shadow cast by Dark Lord Siroth.
Your goal is to assemble the best Raid: Shadow Legends team and try to defeat Siroth to bring the world to its peaceful state as it once was.
There’s a lot of content for players to go through such as dungeons, ancient temples, the main campaign with over 100+ levels that has 3 difficulty options, a PvP arena, clan boss, and more.
Players can form their Raid Shadow Legends best team by selecting a few of the game’s massive library of over 300+ champions, and then go battle epic bosses to loot powerful gear.
The game is free to download on Google Play and the App Store and it has an average review of 4.5 stars out of 5. Players note that even though the game can be played as a free-to-play user, you will have to grind a lot in order to be on par with the ones who are spending money on the game.
Also, the grind can be a little repetitive once you reach the end-game, so that might be an issue for some players.
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2 thoughts on “RAID: Shadow Legends Tier List – Best Champions (April 2023)”
You’ve got Royal Huntsman in both A and C tiers.
The game is pretty much a typical “Free” to play game in which the apparent game is actually a cover for a contest to see who can waste the most money (and/or time, to some extent). There is hardly anything to it EXCEPT grinding. The first time you go through the campaign, there’s a bit of a sort of storyline, but it’s all window dressing, and only scraps connecting stages of grinding.
The ads, as usual for this sort of game, are pretty close to totally misleading. The one thing that holds true and may be a big draw for a lot of males (especially adolescents) is that there are beautiful champions in skimpy war bikinis (?!???) and similar sexy outfits. Of course, you only get a good look at them when you summon them or are equipping or upgrading them, but you can look all you want then. During the action part of the game, you only see them from a bit of a distance in a 3/4 view from behind and above your team. There’s also a couple guys who look like models or Chippendale’s dancers for the ladies to have some eye candy. On the other hand, a lot (most?) of the champions look like creatures from nightmares, and some of the sexy costumes are on champions who look like rotting corpses.
There’s also the ghoulish system of raising champions’ levels and ranks by “sacrificing” other (lesser, weaker) champions — using them as “food.” (shades of Soylent Green!)
The thing that I think got me hooked was the “rewards” for all sorts of things, even just checking in every day — and that’s part of the Free to Play aspect!
So, it’s a fun game to check out and play for awhile, maybe buy a couple small packs for a little boost and out of gratitude to the developers. If you have the dough and like to win just because you spent more than other people, you might want to play through. I think now that I’ve gotten over level 40 and had a peek at the ridiculously difficult but otherwise more-of-the-same-grinding Doom Tower, I’m getting close to being finished.
Thanks for the help, I’ve got Zavia, might stick around awhile and see if I get another S-Tier, or see what I can do with the likes of Jizoh, Hope, and Excruciator.
Hey, thanks a lot for the tip about Royal Hunstman, he should be only on the A tier. My bad.
As for the rest of your comment, yeah you’re right, from my experience the game was way better when it started out a couple of years ago, but now it seems that most players log in for the rewards as you say. It’s sort of like a FOMO thing that is popular in mobile games these days.
Congrats on getting Zavia 🙂 hope you get the rest too.
Thanks for the awesome comment, I’m sure it will help many newbies out and have a better understanding of what to expect from the game.