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At the time of compiling this list in Dragonheir: Silent Gods, there are over 50 rare heroes. Unlike most similar games, rare heroes in Dragonheir are quite playable, and obtaining them is not too difficult. Hero development takes a considerable amount of time, so it is essential to focus on advancing only the best characters in the early stages of the game.
I have been playing Dragonheir for several weeks and actively exploring the game. This list is based on my personal gaming experience, and many of the listed heroes are ones I actively use and am completely satisfied with.
Heksandra is a rare Poison affinity hero of the Support type and is currently the best rare healer in Dragonheir. All players receive this hero for free at the beginning of the game by completing the main chain of story quests. If you want to progress quickly in the game, it is important to pay proper attention to developing Heksandra. Without her healing, your team won’t be able to pass any boss in the game successfully.
To improve her healing with the Battle Skill, focus on developing the Attack and Enlightenment stats. Otherwise, aim to maximize her survivability. She should stay alive as long as possible in any situation to continue healing your team.
Owners of this hero will hardly deny that she is the best rare damage dealer. The strength lies not only in the damage but also in Sigrid’s skills. Firstly, the hero has an aura that increases the Accuracy of allies (without accuracy, your heroes cannot apply debuffs). Secondly, when Sigrid attacks a single target with her ultimate skill, she also attacks all enemies under the effects of debuffs (control effects are not counted) in the reachable area. Additionally, Sigrid can apply Attack Penalty II and Healing Prohibition to the target, making bosses attack your team much weaker and preventing them from healing properly. Moreover, when any enemy under the debuff dies, the hero restores 25% of her Ultimate Energy.
I actively use this hero, and I can confirm that, thanks to her skill set, combined with heroes who apply debuffs massively, Sigrid becomes a ruthless “machine gun” for destroying enemy waves. Develop this hero in Crit. Rate + Crit. Damage + Attack + Attack Speed. She will be useful in both PvP in the Arena and against waves of mobs and most bosses in the game.
If you receive a “Selected Rare Hero” at a certain stage of the game (for example, during Walker’s Trails), choose Sigrid.
Vasska is an indestructible rare melee attack hero who summons skeletons onto the battlefield. When summoned skeletons or the hero himself deals damage, he passively restores health every 0.5 seconds. As a damage dealer, the hero is not particularly effective, but his survivability in PvE battles will impress you. Since the hero can heal twice per second, it makes sense to develop Attack Speed. Healing itself (as well as skill damage and damage from summoned skeletons) depends on Attack, but I would also recommend paying attention to Defense and HP. Remember that Vasska’s strength lies in his survivability, and you will get the most benefit from this hero by developing it.
Many underestimate this hero, and they are mistaken. Indeed, as a healer, she is quite weak, but Meggan has one unique feature that makes her one of the best. When the hero heals an ally with her Battle Skill, she restores 25% of their Ultimate Energy. In practice, this means seizing the initiative in battles in the Arena. The Initial Recharge Time of this skill is only 3 seconds (considering development).
Here’s a simple example of how to use Meggan to win in the Arenas. Set the hero Horrus as a tank (everyone has him). Change the element of your main hero to Lightning. When the battle begins, enemies attack Horrus. In 3-5 seconds, Meggan heals him, filling 25% of his Ultimate Energy bar. The hero gains the initiative and uses the Ultimate Skill first, applying Taunt to enemies for 5 seconds. This gives your main hero time to accumulate Ultimate Energy to use their Ultimate Skill, stunning enemies for 3 seconds. Ultimately, thanks to Meggan, you gain the initiative in battle, significantly increasing your chances of victory. The combinations you come up with for this depend on you.
Despite being a rare hero with not high damage, she has a valuable feature that will be useful against almost all PvE bosses. With her ultimate skill, the hero reduces the target’s Ultimate Energy by 30% (as far as I understand, 30% of the current value) and applies a Recharging Speed Penalty debuff, slowing the target’s skill recharge by 30% for 10 seconds. In practice, this means that bosses will attack your heroes with their powerful skills less often, significantly increasing your chances of victory.
It cannot be said that Usha is something supernatural. She is just a very good melee Frost affinity damage dealer. With her battle skill, the hero protects herself with a shield and increases her Attack Speed by 50% for 10 seconds. However, her most potent weapon is her Ultimate Skill, which deals double damage to targets under the Frost debuff. The challenge is that for the most effective use of this “superpower,” Usha needs a partner who will apply Frost to enemies before she uses her Ultimate Skill.
Edgar is simply a very resilient tank that takes 20% less damage when under the Shield buff. With his skills, Edgar independently applies this buff to himself, increasing his survivability. Dealing damage with his Ultimate Skill, the hero gains a Shield, which is strengthened by 10% for each enemy hit by the skill. Thanks to his toughness, Edgar can be used both in PvE battles and in Arena matches as a melee tank hero.
In Dragonheir: Silent Gods, there are indeed many good heroes. I selected only those in this list that impressed me the most with the unique features of their skills. However, this does not mean that all other heroes are bad. For example, Yagnatz and Lorarii are good in boss fights due to their single-target damage and poisons, while Salian is suitable for Arena battles, gaining a significant Shield when health falls below 25%.
You will quickly learn to identify useful heroes if you start reading and studying their skills carefully. However, I wouldn’t rely too much on the “average” rating of other players. Keep in mind that only a few truly understand how to use a particular hero correctly, which is quite common for such games.