Aleksandr the Sharpshooter | Raid Shadow Legends

Raid Shadow Legends Aleksandr the Sharpshooter Skill Mastery Equip Guide


NAME: Aleksandr the Sharpshooter
FACTION: High Elves
RARITY: Legendary
ROLE: Attack
USABILITY: Situational
TOMES: 11 (A2)



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Aleksandr the Sharpshooter Skills

Arctic Warfare
Attacks 1 enemy. Has a 50% chance of placing a [Freeze] debuff for 1 turn. The chance increases to 75% against enemies from the Orc and Ogryn Tribe Factions.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Damage +5%
Level 4: Damage +5%
Level 5: Damage +5%
Damage Multiplier: 3.7 ATK

Spraydown (Cooldown: 4 turns)
Attacks all enemies. Has a 75% chance of placing a 60% [Decrease DEF] debuff for 2 turns. Also has a 75% chance of placing a [Weaken] debuff against enemies from the Orc and Ogryn Tribe Factions for 2 turns.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Damage +10%
Level 4: Buff/Debuff Chance +10%
Level 5: Buff/Debuff Chance +15%
Level 6: Cooldown -1
Damage Multiplier: 4.6 ATK

Born to Win (Cooldown: 5 turns)
Attacks 1 enemy. Removes all buffs from the target. Removes all buffs from the target before attacking when targeting enemies from the Orc and Ogryn Tribe Factions.
Level 2: Damage +10%
Level 3: Damage +10%
Level 4: Cooldown -1
Damage Multiplier: 7 ATK

Increases Ally ACC in all Battles by 60

Aleksandr the Sharpshooter Build Guide

Arena, Campaign, Clan Boss, Dungeons, Doom Tower, Faction Wars

Recommended Artifacts

PvE: Bloodthirst, Lifesteal
PvE & PvP: Accuracy, Critical Damage, Cruel, Divine Speed, Fatal, Instinct, Lethal, Merciless, Perception, Savage, Speed, Supersonic

Stats Allocation

Weapon (ATK)
Helmet (HP)
Shield (DEF)
Gauntlets (ATK% / C.RATE / C.DMG)
Chestplate (ATK% / ACC)
Boots (SPD / ATK%)
Ring (ATK)
Amulet (ATK / C.DMG)
Banner (ATK / ACC)

Stats Priority

ATK Nuker & Debuffer: ATK%, C.RATE, C.DMG, SPD, ACC

Aleksandr the Sharpshooter Masteries Guide

Arena, Campaign, Clan Boss, Dungeons, Doom Tower, Faction Wars

Raid Shadow Legends Aleksandr the Sharpshooter Mastery Guide


  1. Deadly Precision
  2. Keen Strike
  3. Shield Breaker
  4. Whirlwind of Death
  5. Single Out
  6. Cycle of Violence
  7. Bring it Down
  8. Methodical
  9. Kill Streak
  10. Warmaster


  1. Pinpoint Accuracy
  2. Charged Focus
  3. Swarm Smiter
  4. Evil Eye
  5. Master Hexer

Aleksandr the Sharpshooter Review

Aleksandr the Sharpshooter is a Legendary Attack Magic champion from High Elves faction in Raid Shadow Legends. Aleksandr was introduced in Patch 4.90 on December 1st, 2021 as a special collaboration with Oleksandr Olegovich Kostyliev aka S1mple who is a professional CSGO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) Player for Natus Vincere aka NAVI.

Use Promo Code “S1mple” to gain sweet in-game resources while the event is running!

Aleksandr can only be obtained for a limited time to all players for free by logging into the game for 7 days between December 1st, 2021 and January 28th, 2022 to acquire him! He will not be available to be summoned from Ancient Shards and Sacred Shards. Previously, Plarium released 2 champions based on a popular streamer who are Ninja and Saito!

Arctic Warfare (A1 Skill) is Aleksandr’s default attack that has a chance to freeze a single target enemy. This freezing chance increases if the enemy is from either Orcs or Ogryn Tribes faction, which is useful in stopping the enemy in their tracks.

Spraydown (A2 Skill) is Aleksandr’s AoE Attack (Area of Effect) that deals damage to all enemies in the battlefield while simultaneously inflicting Decrease Defense and Weaken debuff. However, the Weaken debuff is only applicable for the Orcs and Ogryn Tribes faction, which is a letdown as his potential to be used till the late game is restricted as there are better champions who can replace him in his role.

Born to Win (A3 Skill) is Aleksandr’s nuking attack that deals a high amount of damage to a single target enemy and then removes their buffs. However, it works the opposite when attacking enemies who are from Orcs and Ogryn Tribes faction. The latter approach is much more sense since it’s important to remove the enemy protection buffs before dealing damage, so the enemy would have a slimmer chance of surviving that hit. Fun Facts: This skill name is obtained from the Latin translation of Natus Vincere, which means Born to Win!

Last but not least, Aleksandr has an Accuracy Aura that is essential for early-mid game players as Accuracy stat is the staple for debuffer to inflict their debuffs and negative effects. It’s difficult to farm Accuracy Banner from Spider’s Den especially when you first start in the game.

Overall, Aleksandr is a decent Legendary champion who can help early-mid game players to speed up their game progression. However, his full potential is confined against champions from Orcs and Ogryn Tribes faction. If you do not have a dedicated Decrease Defense champion for Faction Wars (e.g. Tayrel), then Aleksandr will be an excellent candidate to fill this gap! It is a disappointment that Plarium did not take this opportunity to implement new mechanics to this champion skill to make him a one-of-a-kind champion like Ninja since he can only be obtained from a Time-Limited event.

Champion Improvement Ideas: There are a couple of ideas to buff this champion. For example, having his default attack “Arctic Warfare” apply Decrease Speed debuff if Freeze is not applied. Secondly, his special ability should be extended to Gaellen Pact that consists of Orcs, Ogryn Tribes, Lizardmen, and Skinwalkers rather than only 2 factions. His A3 Skill “Born to Win” has the potential to implement a new mechanic where Aleksandr is able to steal the enemy buff if they are from Gaellen Pact and apply Buff Spread to all allies. His A2 Skill “Spraydown” should apply both debuffs to the enemy regardless of faction and deal extra hit to those under the specified faction. This significantly improves the uniqueness of this champion and spices up this game!

Aleksandr Champion Lore

Many of the High Elves’ great scholars, warriors, and tradesmen cultivate an air of mystery to enhance their prestige, but the notorious Aravian sniper Aleksandr the Sharpshooter is one of the rare few whose secrets are protected by the state itself. Within the vast and meticulous census and immigration archives of Aravia there is no Elf bearing that name. In the corridors of power his name is never spoken, and his orders are given through layers of masque and cryptology. When the Aravian state is pressed on the matter by an unusually persistent inquirer, a wall of complex legal procedures and endless redirection ensures the long-lived Elves can most probably wait the problem out. If feeding the seeker into their bureaucratic machinery is not feasible, other options to silence them are deployed.

Classified though his details are, the name of the Sharpshooter strikes fear around Teleria. Anyone who has ever traveled anywhere near Aravian lands, or listened to an Elven bard in a tavern elsewhere, has heard tales of his incomparable aim. He is undoubtedly among the greatest snipers ever to walk Teleria, tested in many well—documented high-stakes battles. His arrows seem to travel at the speed of lighting and strike with a frosty, agonizing force. Massive brutes, nimble skulkers, and the most skilled enemy bowmen seeking to test their nerve against the best: all are easy prey for Aleksandr’s extraordinary twitch reflexes, sensory alertness, and tactical awareness. He assesses and visualizes the terrain of the battlefield to use every angle, corner, distraction, and element of cover to full advantage. He serves the Kingdom of Aravia both in the field and as an instructor of the most elite High Elf archers, individuals kept in the same void of secrecy as he.

Some of the secret details of Aleksandr’s life are concealed not because they are compromising, or truly disgraceful, but because they are inconsistent, stumbling, sometimes painful and imperfect – unacceptable for public knowledge, if Aleksandr the Sharpshooter is to remain an unimpeachable symbol of fear and respect. Yet the enriching details would let so many empathize all the more with the person behind the legend, if only the information could be disseminated successfully.

Aleksandr learned rime-shot magics in his youth in the ice-bound Winterlands, where the only residents were the Norr diehards of Port Wraith and scattered unaffiliated groups of raiders and sellswords. Among these itinerant marauders there were many small, tightly-knit bands who fought and plundered together, competing for spoils. Aleksandr, one of few High Elves to spend any considerable time there, bounced between various gangs. They helped him develop his talent, but he found it all but impossible to find a place among them, and often felt exploited.

Through sheer tenacity Aleksandr eventually found a crew with whom he formed a thriving partnership, and was poised to become a famous reaver. But this did not give him the fulfillment he sought. Worse, with his skill on their side in battle, his shipmates became brazen, ruthless, and ambitious. When they proposed not just robbery but slaving, targeting civilian vessels indiscriminately, Aleksandr quietly fled at their next port of call and betrayed the covenant he had with them. Another heavily repressed fact about Aleksandr is that despite his troubled past and supremely lethal stock-in-trade, he is a good-hearted and clear-headed soul.

Nonetheless Aleksandr could not deny that his talent and his future lay in battle and blood, in the twang of sinewy bowstring and lethally whistling arrows. He returned to Aravian shores alone and brooding, and was quickly detained and questioned. When found to be an undocumented High Elf of unsavory extraction, he was not turned away, for the High Elves accept new arrivals so long as they are put in their proper place. Thus he was given a choice between status as a second-class citizen or a chance to prove himself via military service. It was that, or outlawry, and a return to statelessness. With some regret at the loss of his autonomy but faint hope that he might finally feel a sense of belonging, he agreed. The imperious government Elves could scarcely have imagined at that moment what they had gained.

Many years passed, and Aleksandr grew from a prodigy with huge potential into a genuine master. There are now thousands of veterans of battles all across Anhelt who live in lingering fear of long corridors, wide-open spaces, unconstrained sightlines, and the dread sound of a bowstring’s recoil — all thanks to Aleksandr and his disciples.

Aleksandr Storyline

The man Aravia knows today as Aleksandr the Sharpshooter was not born a legend. None would have imagined the only child of humble merchants to be destined for heroic deeds, but fate had many cruel trials in store. And where hardship would have broken a lesser mortal, Aleksandr faced those challenges head-on and was forged into something far greater than he was meant to be.

As a babe, he saw his family slaughtered before his very eyes by savage Orc raiders who had descended upon their trade caravan like vultures. They spared none in their bloodthirsty fury, and had Aleksandr’s mother not hidden him under an upturned wagon, he too would have perished by the blade. By a stroke of luck, local farmers found the trembling child amid the carnage when they investigated the attack and took him in as their own.

Named Aleksandr by his foster father, the young elf spent his early years in relative peace. He learned the peasant’s craft and worked the land, helping his new family eke a living in the harsh hinterlands of Kaerok. Alas, that would not last for long. The Dark Elves of Durham learned that an elven child had been adopted by humans and brought up as a peasant – an insult to their noble race. One of their cohorts invaded the farmstead and demanded the boy be surrendered to them. Otherwise, everyone’s life would have been forfeit. Though it pained him greatly to abandon home, Aleksandr went with the Dark Elves willingly in exchange for sparing the peasants’ lives.

Thus began the most harrowing period of his life. His new masters sought to purge the “taint of human weakness” from him and reforge Aleksandr into a weapon to serve their will. He went through arduous, downright sadistic training until he excelled with the bow, learned to hunt and kill without remorse. The Dark Elves were canny and stoked the flames of hatred in Aleksandr’s heart, directing his fury at the Orсs and Ogryns who had deprived him of his true kin. Fortunately, those savages bred like rats, and Aleksandr had no lack of prey. He took no small amount of pleasure in honing his skill and hunting Gaellen Pact raiding parties.

However, one final twist of fate was yet in store for the Sharpshooter. A twist that took him back to the path he never thought to tread again. One night, Aleksandr cleared out an Orc encampment in the forest and found a prisoner the raiders had held – a priest of Lumaya. Intrigued, Aleksandr chose to free him, but he could not imagine that talking to the old man would resonate so profoundly with half-forgotten memories in his heart.

After that meeting, Aleksandr fled his previous life and sought acceptance in the kingdom of the High Elves. Many adventures and perils awaited him, but his skill and determination never wavered. The ruthless assassin was dead, and in his place, Aleksandr the Sharpshooter, captain of the Aravian Rangers and protector of the weak was born. To this day, he keeps his vigil, ever-ready to battle evil no matter what form it takes.

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  1. josi1

    ihr könnt ihn anscheunend alle nicht richtig spielen. er ist bei mir voll gebucht und auf 60. er fetzt richtig gut. das einzige negative : 1. er sollte nicht nur bei a3 einzeln angreifen, sondern eine aoe durchführen. dann wäre er gold wert für pvp

  2. Michele

    Any suggestions to what blessing to use with him?

  3. lock

    This guy is so tragic that I used him as food. I have uncommons that hit harder and last longer than this DUD

  4. John Toner

    Character summary page needed for Deliana. Thanks.

  5. DEKSON1982


  6. Joe Garrison

    This guy kills me in the arena all the time. I cannot wait until I have a copy of him on my team.

  7. WizardVan

    Aleksandr is weak with the wrong equipment. There are certain attributes that gone in his abilities only gotten from certain higher up equipment. Again as with all Speed is important.
    In some battles yes he does first but not until at least round 8 in clan boss on easy and round 5 on normal. He survives most campaign battles up to brutal 5-12

  8. Cinderella99

    I say lod this guy with as much defense as you can – everyone wants to knock this champion down – gives your other, stronger mates an edge. He is the sacrificial lamb brought to slaughter, not a powerhouse by any means

  9. BigAlCGaming

    i have put him in a Bloodthirst set and he just nukes, Hes only Level 50. F2P Player. he is good and doesnt deserve all the bad reviews 3.5/5

  10. Thrrax

    Passive ability idea:


    Whenever an enemy places debuffs from a multiple target ability on him or an ally, Aleksandr has a 65% chance to counter using A2. Whenever an enemy places debuffs from a single target ability on him or an ally, Aleksandr has a 65% chance to counter using A3. Will only counter once per enemy ability, regardless of how many allies, including himself, are affected by debuffs from that ability. Aleksandr will counter even if he is under Stun, Sleep, Provoke, Fear, True Fear, Freeze, Petrification, Block Active Skill and Block Passive Skills debuffs. Counters cannot be critical.

    Bookable three times, for +5, +10 and +15 counterattack chance.

  11. Xotai

    As an F2P, I like this character and think he is a good addition on a base level. However, the number of books may seem average to the Pay2Players, but this is extremely challenging for F2P’s. I like hearing players say when they maxed him out he plays well and hopefully I get that chance soon.

    I currently have him at 5* in 2 sets Accuracy & 1 set Speed. All 5* Rare or higher at +12, working on +16. Full Masteries for a 5*. No books. Not sure why, but he still is not strong enough to stay alive long enough to be of much use. With one exception, he has been helpful on Doom Tower Floors, if the Affinity is strong. These comments are more for feedback to others comments and hopefully help future players as this tribal knowledge has been truly helpful for me.

    I have been playing for nearly 2 years and I am now cannibalizing several characters simply just to level them up from 5* to 6*, and even 4* to 5*, just so I can then use them to create a 6*. I’m sure this is not normal for most as it doesn’t seem right to me.

    Having been a previous Pay2Play user, I am tired of “investing” actual money and time into these characters. Soapbox down. Apologies.

    Good luck to you all as you continue your enjoyment of the game. I will continue as well, grudgingly. 😉

  12. fenrisdawolfe

    Honestly I put poison gear on him and addition to his dmg he stacks poions. And his a2 is great for clean of of other enemies.

  13. Jdubs

    His A3 has been really helpful in Magic Keep, strips the shield and other buffs right off. Can’t really do it on auto though….. he will just use his A3 at the wrong time and completely defeat the purpose of him being there.

  14. sin

    ho has good stats and multipliers. if they change his conditional effect to include more factions, that would be grate. specially since ogryn is probably imho, the weakest faction. I know that there are some great champions in there, but compared to Demonspawn, orcs or Dwarfs, they are nothing. excluding Big ‘Un, you don’t see other ogryn in arena.

  15. Steve

    When I got Ninja, I immediately raised him to 6*60 with no regrets, in spite of a number of players and ‘experts’ with their own YouTube channels calling him trash. After a couple of months, some of the same experts were calling him Awesome and change their rating to very high. I’ve no doubt that Aleksandr will not turn out as well as Ninja, but I have no regrets raising him to 6* also. He is symbiotic with my current crew, and raises the level for everyone.

    Wipe the smirk off? I would if I could. Costume is terrible for my taste too. Same for Ninja’s Cobalt Blue outfit – to my knowledge Ninjas wear all black all the time, and masks!
    In fact, that will solve the problem. Give both of them masks and improve their appearance 100%.
    I am f2p, but I would pay for this. Really.

  16. Jen

    Love your ideas on how to buff this champ. I took him to 50 only because I give all epics and legendaries a try, but this champ didn’t wow me. Pretty average kit. I think you are right that he is not for endgame. Wasn’t the simple guy involved in his champs kit? Does he actually play the game? Maybe I’m wrong but I thought that they were. I know ninja is a masterpiece and I use him everywhere even though I have no shortage of legendaries. Super excited about the new fusion champ for this faction though. Tatura rimehide. But for this champ, unless he gets a buff, he gets no more love from me. Crazy to see the comments always about plarium and money grabs or the like. If the game were not well funded we would not have all the great updates and additional content. The game would die off. It’s a business. It’s not personal. And you don’t even have to spend to play. Pretty fair set up I would have to say.

  17. Pir

    @Ayumilove — small error in Aleksandr’s description: he takes 12 tomes, not 11.

    As to whether he’s “garbage” — no, those who call him that have clearly not tried him. I have him at 5*50, and he’s a decent champ with good multipliers. I won’t put many books into him though because people are also correct that Warmaiden does DEF- just fine, and for a whole lot cheaper, so it makes no sense to book a non-Void Lego for DEF-.

    I find faction-specific kits interesting in theory, but the game is overall not set up for it. If faction crypts had specific factions in them and some of my champs fighting in FW had special abilities against those champs, then this could be a cool facet of the game — when I started playing Raid I kind of expected that sort of setup. (Well, it could be cool if it wasn’t Plarium; they’d just turn it into another money grab, and this might indeed be a first feeler in that direction). As it is for now, Aleksandr is just a random outlier. His special abilities might be useful against tanky teams in Arena (a lot of which have Orcs/Ogryn in them); I’ll be checking into that, but as an F2P player I don’t ever have the resources to experiment much in this game. He’s a good, free addition to his faction for my baby account for now; I don’t expect him to scale for long, but he’s not useless.

  18. RobDaHood2

    Stage 13 crypt, had trouble getting 3 stars but this guy just got this no probs. I had 1x lvl60 Apothecary, 2x lvl50 Elhain, 1x lvl50 Vergis and 1x lvl50 Reliquary. Replaced one of the Elhains with barely equipped lvl32 Alex and boom, breeze through. Does “better than Elhain” mean something? Works for me…

  19. JohnnyBravo17

    @Nik: Take the in-game ratings with a grain of salt. They’re all over the map. Some of them are spot on, some of them are way off base … and in both directions!

    You’ll get a much clearer picture here, and also at Hell Hades’ site if you’re not familiar with that one as well.

    Both are fantastic resources that every RAIDer should avail themselves of.

  20. JohnnyBravo17

    OK, I see comments all over the map, and can’t resist weighing in after leveling this guy up to 50, equipping him with decent gear, and putting him through his paces.

    Is he among the most useful/powerful Legendaries in the game … definitely not. Think mid-tier Epic — which, by the way, is where MANY Legendaries fit in. He is BY FAR not among the worst. I think there’s a natural tendency to compare him to Ninja, and that may not be unfair due to the comparable circumstances … but Ninja is FREAKING AWESOME! There are tons of useful Legendary champs that aren’t as good as he is. If that’s your standard for a decent Leggo, you’ll be disappointed by most of your pulls. And he was also GIVEN to us for free, remember?

    Will he/should he be your “go to” Defense Down champ (as that tends to be the thing that people pick on) … certainly not. Farm the Deadlands for Warmaiden til you’re blue in the face. Free books, and her DD skill scales to 100% when you fully book it. This isn’t his place, and I don’t think it was ever intended to be.

    Also, the whole idea of Faction specific skills is a stinker that needs to be nipped in the bud. Nuff said!

    On the other hand …

    A 50% chance to freeze on an A1 is nothing to scoff at. This was game changing for me in FW 19 and FW 20, and is even more useful at lower levels (I’ve leveled him on my FTP as well). This alone (and significantly better base stats) makes him more useful than the likes of Sniper (that comment was really a stretch) or any Rare ATK champ. Again, he fits in here somewhere among the Epics that are actually playable. The A2 is handy in FW as well, but outside of the faction there’s plenty of champs that can do that job as well or better without wasting Legendary books — so don’t do it!

    And let’s not gloss over his A3! With proper CR and CD, that skill hits EXTREMELY hard! And it’s a great counter to a couple of Ogryn menaces in the Arena, namely Skullcrusher and Maneater … both of whom are absolutely decimated by this skill because it removes the buffs first.

    Overall, he’s typical of most Epic (and even Legendary) ATK champions. Give him a proper build (at least 200-250ish SPD, 100% CR and at least 150% CD) and he’ll hit hard for you. But the only thing that really makes him stand out is the Freeze, and he needs ACC to land that, so not the easiest champ to gear. Also, his AoE skill is good, not great. So the same gear on a different champ might produce a better nuker if that’s what you’re looking for. Still, a fantastic addition to an Early or Mid Game account. He was a huge boost to my FTP.

    Is he end game viable? … probably not. I may eventually take him to 60 because I tend to do that with just about every champ worth playing. But he certainly isn’t among my top priorities to do so, and he’ll never see a Legendary book on my account unless he gets a buff. He’s definitely a part of my FW 21 team though, and that’s saying something.

    Speaking of which … good job on the buff suggestions. Some of those sound really interesting. One can only hope.

  21. Nik

    mz 1 st comm here even i am almost dailz, i apriciate zours work lots. Strange in game Alks is hardly ranked 2 on scale 1/5

  22. Slayer

    @CPete22 my comments about speaking before actually receiving him was based on the fact that from day one of release it took seven days at the earliest to acquire him. Your comments and those of others, were there before the expiry of those seven days so I did not see how you could talk from experience of this specific character, kitting him out, leveling up, trying out and so forth. If somehow you had already acquired him before then, then my apologies. If not, then I still do not see how you can talk from the experience of using this character.

    Based on your comments and those of the others I was expecting him to be ‘garbage’ but was quite surprised how well he performed, hence my comments, based on experience. If, in the passage of time, he proves to be ‘garbage’ then so be it.

  23. Xotai

    Regarding the monetary cost, they have a package deal for $80, which is meant to support this new character. Now of course all the items can actually used for some other character(s), but to some it might be enticing.
    After reading the reviews on this character, it is definitely not worth the money to progress him. Letting him naturally build out as a 5*50 with no books sounds like the sensible thing to do, unless you are a big time Pay2Play.
    I started a F2P account and I am glad to have seen the notes before going overboard. I am stuck at the mid-game level so maybe he will help get through some of the progressions. Time will tell.

    Thanks to you all for the comments and keep up the great work @ayumilove.

  24. CPete22

    What makes you think we spoke without knowledge? Maybe don’t be so bold as to think you earned him before the rest of us. I stand by my “moaning” comment and I believe it’s well backed up by the fact there are almost 6000 ratings that give an average of 2.5 out of 5 stars. He’s a turd of a character, smirks like an idiot, and isn’t as good as some of my lesser used Rares.

  25. Slayer

    I see the delayed posting is working well again, disappointingly.

  26. Slayer

    Well, in spite of all the pre-emptive bad comments before anybody had received this guy, I earned him at the earliest opportunity. I have kitted him out in Lifesteal and Perception and raised him to level 32 and sent him into FW. Well, he fires his bow like a machine gun and takes out the enemies and they are not Orcs or Ogryn Kind. So far so good, kills well and is first to do so even when not in position #1. I have not booked him but if he keeps this up I may consider it. Better than a Rare or an Epic so far so I don’t yet see what the moaners are complaining about. Try before you speak I think. I would not comment without experience first as it has no value in my opinion. He is doing ok so far, now to try him out in other places.

  27. Roland Dünkler

    Leute , ein Legendärer Champion für Null zu bekommen und dann noch meckern , spielt Halma.

  28. Slayer

    Well, in spite of all the pre-emptive moaning by people who have not yet actually got this guy, I have at the earliest opportunity from release earned him. Kitted him out with Lifesteal and Perception and so far so good. After being set up for an anti-climax I was pleasantly surprised at how good he is. I never comment before I have tried as that comment has no value. I have not booked him and I have started him at level 32. He fires arrows like a machine gun and slays the enemies quite happily and so far is proving to be ok. I may even consider booking him if I think it worth it to have a Lego booked rather than redundant. I guess if you have a lot of Lego’s already who are better you may be disappointed, but if not, then he is better that a Rare or an Epic in my opinion. So far so good, I will be interested to see how he gets on.

  29. Al

    someone please wipe that stupid grin off his face

  30. Curassis

    Totally agree on your improvement Ideas. At the moment he is shadowed even by (good) epic AOE Decrease Defense Champions like Tyrel, Dukk or Madamme, let alone legendaries.

    The skill improvements against Orcs and Ogryns is a nice idea, but way to narrow and therefore basically useless in the game. I like the idea to make it count at least against all of the Gaellen Pact factions. In Fact I would suggest to go even further and apply it againt all “evil” factions and include the Corrupted Factions as well.

  31. CPete22

    Legendary Champ?…..More like Legendary Chump! He’s less valuable than the Uncommon Champ Sniper. Total throw away… garbage.

  32. B Presta-Valachovic

    He seems very lackluster. There are rare better than him. Using him in FW if you don’t have better but otherwise put him in your vault.

  33. Zathras

    If this whole “special against faction A/B but not others” trend keeps on, it’s going to get ridiculous. I know it means they can pump tons of new champs in for people to chase and spend $$ on while doing the math of “ooh.. this team is strong against spirit Orcs/Ogryn, but weak against force orc/ogryn so I need to gear up a spirit-based orc-killer team to kill those particular orcs”… it’s a whole new multiplier to the teams needed to keep up with the game. :-/

  34. johannes kure

    He’s honestly nothing better than rare. This is laughable.

    If anyone is reading this as a new player, DO NOT SPEND BOOKS ON HIM!

    Rather use a champion like warmaiden cause she is easy to book, but with alexsandr you have to use legendary books on him, and even with his A2 fully booked he’s still only mediocre.

    In my opinion this is just a move made by raid, so the new players who don’t know the game will spend every lego book on him they find.

    Garbage champ. If multipliers were insane then he would atleast be worth something, but they’re only decent.

    Not even sure he deserves to be ranked B, he shouldn’t even be a legendary in the first place.


  35. Bad-El Bizarre

    I really don’t see myself putting any books into him. There are Rare’s that have more utility.

  36. Ayumilove Post author

    @Juan Miguel Mallare: He is currently Rank B in the overall tier list. Kindly clear the browser cache to view the latest changes.

  37. Juan Miguel Mallare

    How is he A tier on the tier list?

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  39. BigButtSeeker

    What a garbage champ, he’s basically a Rare that uses Lego books.