Raid Shadow Legends Champion Ranking in Dragon’s Lair

RAID: Shadow Legends - Dragon's Lair

RAID: Shadow Legends – Dragon’s Lair Overview

The Dragon’s Lair boss also known as Hellrazor attacks his enemies and simultaneously places Decrease Attack debuff on your champions, which prevents your team from doing sufficient damage to clear the purple bar. This gives him the opportunity to inflict a high amount of damage to your champions and stunning them in the process. He also inflicts Poison and Weaken debuff on your champions, making it difficult for them to survive in a lengthy battle unless you have a Support champion who can remove debuff or heal them in time. You can’t slow the Dragon as he is immune to Decrease Turn Meter and Decrease Speed effects. However, you can speed up your team to take more turns to recover quickly before the next Dragon attack.

Dragon’s Lair Farmable Items

Accuracy, Speed, Lifesteal, Destroy, Toxic, Frost, Daze, Avenging, Stalwart

Dragon’s Lair Boss Skills

  • Swipe [ATK] Attacks all enemies. Places a 50% [Decrease ATK] debuff for 2 turns.
  • Wall of Fire [ATK] (Cooldown: 3 turns) Attacks all enemies. Places a two 5% [Poison] debuff for 3 turns. Places a 25% [Weaken] debuff for 2 turns.
  • Inhale (Cooldown: 3 turns) Fully depletes the dragon’s Turn Meter. Unlocks a Secret Skill, Scorch. *This is where the Dragon’s purple bar is activated. You need to clear the purple bar HP (Hit Points aka Health), otherwise he will activate Scorth in his next turn!*
  • Scorch [ATK] Attacks all enemies. Places a [Stun] debuff for 1 turn. This Skill will be locked and hidden again if the Dragon takes enough damage while this Skill is unlocked.
  • Almighty Immunity [Passive] Immune to [Stun], [Freeze], [Sleep], [Provoke], [Block Cooldown Skills], [Fear] and [True Fear] debuffs. Also immune to HP exchange effects, HP balancing effets and cooldown increasing effects. In addition, the Dragon is not affected by [Decrease Turn Meter] effects.

Dragon’s Lair Guide

There are few strategies to counter the Dragon’s Poison debuff and nuke attack. Apply Decrease Attack debuff to the boss to decrease the incoming damage from his nuke. Inflict a high amount of damage to cancel out the dragon’s purple bar by having multiple nuking (heavy damager) champions in the team. Include a Support champion who can apply Block Debuff buff and Remove Debuff to remove all the Poisons, Weaken and Decrease Attack debuff applied by the Dragon. To avoid your Supporter from being affected by these debuff, have her in high resist stat (e.g. 300 Resist for Dungeon 20) to resist those Stun, Poison, and Weaken. If you find your team dying easily, you can include Reviver to revive fallen allies or have a champion who can provide Ally Protection. If you manage to beat a specific Dragon stage but it takes quite a while (4 minutes and above), then you will need to speed tune your champions where the Increase Attack buffer goes first, followed by Decrease Defense debuffer and then your nuker. Once you have speed tuned, you can achieve below 2 minutes run.

Best Champions for Dragon’s Lair Dungeon

Champion by Rarity: Legendary | Epic | Rare | Uncommon | Common

Legendary Champions Ranking

5★ Dragon’s Lair | Legendary Champion

4★ Dragon’s Lair | Legendary Champion

3★ Dragon’s Lair | Legendary Champion

2★ Dragon’s Lair | Legendary Champion

1★ Dragon’s Lair | Legendary Champion

Epic Champions Ranking

5★ Dragon’s Lair | Epic Champion

4★ Dragon’s Lair | Epic Champion

3★ Dragon’s Lair | Epic Champion

2★ Dragon’s Lair | Epic Champion

1★ Dragon’s Lair | Epic Champion

Rare Champions Ranking

5★ Dragon’s Lair | Rare Champion

4★ Dragon’s Lair | Rare Champion

3★ Dragon’s Lair | Rare Champion

2★ Dragon’s Lair | Rare Champion

1★ Dragon’s Lair | Rare Champion

Uncommon Champions Ranking

5★ Dragon’s Lair | Uncommon Champion

4★ Dragon’s Lair | Uncommon Champion

3★ Dragon’s Lair | Uncommon Champion

2★ Dragon’s Lair | Uncommon Champion

1★ Dragon’s Lair | Uncommon Champion

Common Champions Ranking

5★ Dragon’s Lair | Common Champion

4★ Dragon’s Lair | Common Champion

3★ Dragon’s Lair | Common Champion

2★ Dragon’s Lair | Common Champion

1★ Dragon’s Lair | Common Champion

Dragon’s Lair Guide Videos

Raid Shadow Legends Dragon’s Lair Guide by Official RAID Shadow Legends

Raid Shadow Legends Dragon’s Lair Guide by Chofly Mobile

Raid Shadow Legends Dragon’s Lair Guide by Hell Hades

Raid Shadow Legends Dragon’s Lair Guide by Kizzle Inc

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20 thoughts on “Raid Shadow Legends Champion Ranking in Dragon’s Lair

  1. Strawberry369

    There is a 1/256 or .0039 or .3906% chance every time you max lvl a leggo piece of gear you will get all sub stat boosts to land on the same one. There is a 1/8 or .125 or 12.5% chance of getting a speed substat on a piece of gear. There is a 1/9 or .11111 or 11.11111% chance of getting a speed piece of gear from the dragon lair. On stage 20 of the dragon lair assuming that you have a 3/10 or .3 or 30% chance of getting a 6* piece of gear (please correct me if i’m wrong idk if some has run a test on chances getting certain pieces of gear). On stage 20 of the dragon lair assuming there is a 2/10 or .2 or 20% chance of getting a leggo piece of gear (again correct me if i’m wrong). And there are 26 different possibilities for main stats and only 10 of which are desirable so 10/26 or .384615 or 38.4615% chance of getting a good main stat. now if we take all of the probabilities and put them together.003906 x .125 x .111111 x .3 x .2 x .384615 = .00000125192057 so you have a .000125192057% chance of getting a perfect piece of speed gear from stage 20 of the dragon lair. meaning it will take 798773 stage twenty dragon lair battles to get a perfect piece of speed gear and it will take 4792638 battles to get 3 sets of perfect speed gear. if one battle takes on average takes 2 min 30 sec it will take 22 years, 290 days, 13 hours, and 15 minutes of pure grinding. if it only takes you 1 minute to beat stage twenty of the dragon lair it will take you 9 years, 43 days, 5 hours, and 18 minutes. and if it takes you half a minute per battle it will take you 4 years, 205 days, 2 hours, and 39 minutes of pure grinding. say you don’t have the time for pure grinding and you don’t have a membership and you only set multi battles with no manual grinding it would take you 4 centuries, 3 decades, 7 years, and 250 days. now lets say you do have a membership it would only take 1 centurie, 3 decades, 1 year, and 112 days and cost you 13939 dollars including tax (yes there is tax) to keep up a membership that long.

    Now you must truly except that in your life time you will never obtain a full set of the best speed gear possible.

  2. Kosta

    Hello and thank you for the great guide 🙂
    I was wondering if there is a chance to get some information like Boss stats for top levels so we can try to build our teams in better way.

    For example Dragon / Ice Golem / Fire Knight / Spider stats on level 20?

    Thank you in advance 🙂

  3. Groovdog

    @Eli Brute forcing him with lots of healers get harder and harder every time he inhales from what I see. You are better of with a mix of dps to burn more of the hp bar (purple) down during that phase. That reduces his damage input to be healable. I am sure there is a team that can grind it (I did that at early levels) but I find it is far easier to dps the dragon down then try and outheal the damage (def at 20). As cited above the key is your buffs/debuff situation. Gotta stick a def down on the boss to make it go faster.

  4. Kala

    Saito is rated 4 and 5 stars for Dragon on the list here.

  5. Larry

    Dragon is immune to “reduce turn meter”…but how about “steal” turn meter?