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TOP 5 Uncommon Champions in RAID: Shadow Legends that can save your game

RAID: Shadow Legends

In general, uncommon champions are trash. They cannot deal a lot of damage or place some useful debuffs on bosses, so they’re just food. But some of them may still be pretty useful in certain situations. Let’s take a look at the 5 best uncommon champions in RAID (in my humble opinion, of course).

Skinner (5th place)

RAID: Shadow Legends

Most beginners experience difficulties beating the Magic Keep boss. Skinner can be used to remove its shields and buffs, but this requires accuracy. In addition, the champion has a triple attack on its first ability, so, for novices, it will be useful in the Fire Knight’s Castle as well.

  • Is it worth upgrading to 6 stars: NO
  • Utility for beginners: 7 / 10
  • Utility for experienced players: 1 / 10

Saurus (4th place)

RAID: Shadow Legends

Saurus is interesting due to its two AOE attacks. It will be generally useful in the early stages of the Spider Den. The champion can also level up food in the campaign (12-3, brutal), but it requires very good artifacts for this, which are a big problem for novices.

  • Is it worth upgrading to 6 stars: YES
  • Utility for beginners: 6 / 10
  • Utility for experienced players: 8 / 10

Sergeant (3rd place)

RAID: Shadow Legends

Sergeant is a pretty useful champion for defeating the Fire Knight boss. It has a double attack on its A1 and a joint attack with a random ally on the A2. For beginners, this is more than enough to start farming a low-level Fire Knight’s Castle.

  • Is it worth upgrading to 6 stars: NO
  • Utility for beginners: 7 / 10
  • Utility for experienced players: 2 / 10

Outlaw Monk (2nd place)

RAID: Shadow Legends

Outlaw Monk is generally useful for novices since it is able to place two 5% poisons on the Demon Lord clan boss. Poisons are the best choice for beginners to deal damage to the clan boss. That’s why this champion should be one of the first 5-star heroes in your account. It will also help beat the Dragon. But unfortunately, that’s all this character can offer.

  • Is it worth upgrading to 6 stars: NO
  • Utility for beginners: 10 / 10
  • Utility for experienced players: 3 / 10

Armiger (1st place)

RAID: Shadow Legends

Armiger is definitely the best uncommon champion in RAID. Its core value lies in its A1, which reduces the turn meter of an enemy champion by as much as 30%. Due to this ability, Armiger is useful not only for beginners but even in the late game! Many people use this champion in the Spider’s Den, the Fire Knight’s Castle, and against Borgoth the Scarab King (Doom Tower).

Armiger shows amazing results against any boss that requires reducing the turn meter to be defeated. And, of course, Armiger places a [Block Revive] debuff on the enemies killed by its A2, so the champion will also be useful in the Ice Golem’s Peak as well.

  • Is it worth upgrading to 6 stars: YES
  • Utility for beginners: 10 / 10
  • Utility for experienced players: 10 / 10

3 extra champions to pay attention to

  • Zephyr Sniper (AOE on A1)
  • Outlander (turn meter reduction)
  • Archer (extra critical hit chance)
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