Doompriest | Raid Shadow Legends

Raid Shadow Legends Doompriest Skill Mastery Equip Guide


NAME: Doompriest
FACTION: Knights Revenant
ROLE: Support
USABILITY: Early-Mid-Late Game
TOMES: 5 (A2)



Obtain from

Ancient Shard
Sacred Shard
Primal Shard

Blessings Recommendation

Miracle Heal (Healer)
Phantom Touch (Damage Dealer)


★★★★✰ Campaign
★★★★★ Arena Defense
★★★★★ Arena Offense
★★★★★ Clan Boss
★★★★✰ Hydra
★★★★★ Faction Wars


★★★★★ Minotaur
★★★✰✰ Spider
★★★✰✰ Fire Knight
★★★★★ Dragon
★★★★★ Ice Golem
★★★★✰ Iron Twins
★✰✰✰✰ Sand Devil
★✰✰✰✰ Phantom Shogun


★★★★★ Arcane Keep
★★★★★ Void Keep
★★★★✰ Force Keep
★★★✰✰ Spirit Keep
★★★★✰ Magic Keep

Doom Tower

★★★★★ Floors
★★★★★ Magma Dragon
★★★★★ Nether Spider
★★★★★ Frost Spider
★★★★★ Scarab King
★★★★✰ Celestial Griffin
★★★★★ Eternal Dragon
★★★★★ Dreadhorn
★★★★✰ Dark Fae

Doompriest Review

Doompriest is an Epic Support Force champion from Knights Revenants in Raid Shadow Legends. Doompriest skill kit revolves around healing and cleansing allies as well as buffing them with Increase Attack and Increase Critical Rate to improve their chances of dealing more damage to the enemies.

Doompriest is renowned for her passive skill Bolster that performs an AoE healing and cleansing each time she takes a turn! This makes her one of the best champion against enemy who relies heavily on debuff such as Clan Boss to cleanse away the single-target Stun debuff whenever it changes affinity to target different champion in your team, remove AoE stun when Bommal the Dreadhorn AoE Bomb debuff expires, frequent AoE freezes by Frost Spider and Doom Tower waves. The downside of this ability is it heals allies before removing debuff, which means your allies will not receive the full healing if they are inflicted by Heal Reduction debuff.

Mass Possession is her special ability that applies AoE Increase Attack buff, which makes her a great synergy with Attacker champions to boost their attack before they nuke. Fate Wave is her basic ability that attacks an enemy and places a Increase Critical Rate buff on a random champion in your team, which could be helpful for early game players to deal Critical Damage but end-game Attacker heroes will have 100% Critical Rate for consistent Critical Damage attacks. The Critical Rate buff will put your champions in danger in Bommal the Dreadhorn as it will convert that buff into a Bomb instead! Hence, it’s recommended to provide her with low Critical Rate buff to prevent her from triggering it.

Overall, Doompriest is a fantastic Epic champion that you need to build to respond against enemies who specializes in debuffs to reduce your team’s offense or defense capabilities. To build a tanky support cleanser, provide her with sufficient Health and Defense to tank enemy nuke attacks when boss raiding, have a high amount of Resistance to prevent her from receiving too many debuffs if enemies starts to target her to bring her down and high Speed to go lap the enemies multiple times to cleanse the debuffs quickly. Relentless Set is a good artifact that gives her the opportunity to remove debuffs quickly while Immortal and Regenaration are best suited to recover quickly from heavy nuke attacks.

Doompriest Skills

Fate Wave
Attacks 1 enemy. If the hit is critical, places a 15% [Increase C.RATE] buff on a random ally for 2 turns.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Damage +5%
Level 4: Damage +5%
Level 5: Damage +10%
Damage Multiplier: 4.1 ATK

Mass Possession (Cooldown: 4 turns)
Place a 50% [Increase ATK] buff on all allies for 2 turns.
Level 2: Cooldown -1

Bolster (Passive)
Heals all allies by 7.5% of their HP and removes 1 random debuff from them at the start of this Champion’s turn.

Increases Force Ally SPD in all Battles by 15%.

Doompriest Build Guide

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

Recommended Artifacts

PvE: Curing, Impulse, Reflex, Relentless
PvP: Immunity, Protection, Stoneskin, Untouchable
PvE & PvP: Divine Speed, Fortitude, Immortal, Regeneration, Resistance, Righteous, Speed, Supersonic

Stats Allocation

Weapon (ATK)
Helmet (HP)
Shield (DEF)
Gauntlets (HP% / DEF%)
Chestplate (RES / HP% / DEF%)
Boots (SPD / HP% / DEF%)
Ring (HP / DEF)
Amulet (HP / DEF)
Banner (RES / HP / DEF)

Stats Priority

Buffer: RES, SPD, HP%, DEF%

Supporting Roles

Instant Healer

Doompriest Mastery Guide

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

Raid Shadow Legends Doompriest All Mastery Guide


  1. Deadly Precision
  2. Keen Strike
  3. Heart of Glory
  4. Single Out
  5. Bring it Down
  6. Methodical
  7. Warmaster


  1. Steadfast
  2. Lay on Hands
  3. Healing Savior
  4. Rapid Response
  5. Lore of Steel
  6. Evil Eye
  7. Spirit Haste
  8. Lasting Gifts

Clan Boss (Speed Tuned)

Raid Shadow Legends Doompriest Clan Boss Mastery Guide


  1. Deadly Precision
  2. Keen Strike
  3. Heart of Glory
  4. Single Out
  5. Life Drinker
  6. Bring it Down
  7. Methodical
  8. Warmaster


  1. Tough Skin
  2. Blastproof
  3. Resurgent
  4. Delay Death
  5. Retribution
  6. Deterrence

Doompriest Champion Lore

Lowly acolytes of the Cult of K’Leth speak of the ‘Priests of Immortality’, those who they know to be important figures in the Cult’s rituals of soul transference. To the Knights Revenant, these beings are known by their true name — Doompriests. And as their true name belies, Doompriests are not the saviors the lesser cultists believe them to be.

The magics involved in shifting souls from their hosts to soul gems are far from easy to master, and as the Cult grew, the need to harvest bodies for the Knights Revenant overwhelmed the capacity of the small number of Soul Shepherds. In an effort to maintain a constant supply, they agreed to teach the art of transference to a few trusted initiates who they came to call Doompriests. But the Soul Shepherds kept for themselves the art of transferring souls from gems into bodies, thereby protecting the most crucial half of their arcane knowledge.

To the majority of the Cult’s flock these ‘Priests of Immortality’ are the heralds of their long-awaited reward — the start of their journey to eternal life. But the Doompriests and the Knights Revenant they serve know that very few soul gems go on to have their precious contents transferred into a new body.

The hierarchy among the Doompriests remains opaque, but it is believed that foremost among them is Lady Klaxis, and the story of how she became so says much about the Cult’s shadowy practices.

The daughter of a wealthy and greedy merchant, Klaxis was sidelined by her father whose chief concern was trade and business. With financial ties to the Cult of K’Leth he had come to know that coin alone could not buy immortality, and was easily recruited. Having been promised that he’d be swiftly granted a new physical vessel, he happily volunteered to give up his own. Though the ritual in which his soul was extracted should have been secret, Klaxis had followed her father and watched from a hiding place as the Doompriest transferred his essence into a soul gem. She was discovered, taken prisoner, and forced to work for the Cult.

With her father’s soul entrapped, Klaxis had nowhere to go and no one to help her, and so she remained with the Cult, doing what she needed to to survive. She earned her captors’ trust and learned their ways, years later grasping the Doompriests’ power. She was permitted to assist with soul transference ceremonies and later was accepted into their ranks. She made close alliances with a number of prominent Soul Shepherds, inveigling herself into the role of first among equals and making herself indispensable.

Klaxis has since found herself in possession of the glinting soul gem that holds her father’s essence. Having power over the man who had once had power over her seems to her a fitting irony. But how she will use that power remains to be seen. Will she seek the forbidden knowledge that will release her only relative? Or keep his soul as a trinket, a reminder of how far she has nnmp?

Doompriest Videos

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62 thoughts on “Doompriest | Raid Shadow Legends

  1. Spice

    I have her with perception artifacts at level 60 and she really helps me out in so many ways. Paired with a powerful Ronda beefed to the gills, Trunda, and Scyl of the Drakes. They run through a lot battles mostly having their way. She does a lot of damage too while keeping my party alive and well! I love her!

  2. m00se

    I love champs that have no need for ACC…putting her in a relentless set and immortal or speed…with high speed and defence..

    around 200+ speed
    and 3k defense

  3. Michael Lockwood

    I currently have my DP in Bolster/Righteous, for the speed and regen to keep her around. However, she’s also one of the few that I would argue curing is a viable option. Her heal is a passive each of her turns and, with the curing set, it helps restore more HP and restore destroyed HP, very helpful on Sand Devil.

  4. NHWynter

    What blessing would you choose for Doompriest?

  5. Eris Strife

    I adore her so much and she’s the lynchpin in a lot of my teams with only a few exceptions. I can’t have her on any team with Sicia Flametounge because of her cleansing. Sicia gets a 3% speed and damage boost from every hp burn on the field, including herself and allies. Definitely don’t want Doompriest cleansing that nuke action… Relentless set is awesome on her btw!

  6. Matt Sandford

    Hey there,

    I was curious, based on your rankings, if Doompriest would warrant a bump to S tier? What do you think?

  7. Vecks

    Your pic for support mastereis says evil eye, but has merciful aid selected.

  8. Ndubbzz

    Pulled her out of the drop event. I only have Kael at 60 rn. Who would be the better champion to get to 60 next, doompriest or siegehulk?

  9. Ayumilove Post author

    @Watchman66: Yeah, Rapid Response will cause Doompriest to gain additional Turn Meter to run faster than other champions in the team. If you are using Doompriest in a speed tuned Clan Boss, then it would be better to have her in Offense and Defense mastery tree.

  10. Watchman66

    Wouldn’t Rapid Response speed up Doompriest and ruin any speed tune someone may have for the clan boss?

  11. Wunka

    Note, since she heals before cleansing:

    Heal Reduction will reduce her heal on that turn even if cleansed, since it doesn’t get removed until after the heal.

    Merciful Aid support mastery (+15% heal on Stun/Freeze/etc.) works, giving the increased heal before removing the debuff. Her 7.5% heal becomes 9.75% in situations when the 3 heal masteries in support tree all apply.

  12. Ayumilove Post author

    @MHOLLOW: I would recommend using remove all debuff cleanser such as Raglin to counter Hegemon. Reason being, Hegemon has a chance to place 2 debuffs simultaneously, which are Block Active Skill and Decrease Attack. Doompriest passive skill only removes 1 debuff upon reaching her turn, so it would make the run not so consistent. Alternatively, I would use Skytouched Shaman in Immunity Set to clear all the debuffs too.


    What are your thoughts on a fast Frenzy set to counter Hege?
    The aoe will boost her TM and her passive will cleanse everyone.

  14. RelativeNewbie

    @Brad, well, for one thing, BEK and Doompriest are in two different factions. But besides that, they perform different functions. Doompriest is a cleanser/healer. Bad-El is a healer and a debuffer. The supporting casts for these two types of champs can be fairly different.

  15. Kuya Bar

    I just pulled her now and sadly I don’t have enough relentless gear (Reliquary Tender has the set) and I don’t have speed boots on my speed set. However, I tried putting her on a regeneration set and I think it is an underrated build for her! what do you think guys?

  16. Vino

    @Brad, if you already have good enough FW team then there you can probably stick to Bad El for the other content. Doompriest is a pretty good champ for FW though. I do wish she is Void instead of Force and her Aura is global SPD boost instead.

  17. N

    Why would I go red masteries over green+blue, only thing in seeing overly beneficial is the extra 5% Crit and warmaster talent at the end

  18. brad

    I already have bad el kazar and just pulled doompriest. Is there any reason to build her out? What situations would I use doompriest over bad el?

  19. Mindflayrr

    @Helm-Smasher No, if she is in a retaliation or avenging set, she will not trigger her passive. She will trigger her A1, which is not the same skill. However, put Doompriest in a relentless set and she will trigger her passive every time she gets an extra turn (this can chain into four consecutive turns; I have seen it happen on my own Doompriest in relentless set).

  20. Helm-Smasher

    How does Doom Priest work with retaliation sets? Does the passive cleanse still work?

  21. LinePk

    What about crit gloves to proc the buff of her skill 1?

  22. Br juckers

    how about swift parry on here?

  23. Perico

    For Doom Tower, Doompriest may be better cleanser, as we cannot depend on block debuffs and will need healing. Doompriest and Scyl going very fast will be our goals.
    But for defensive teams MM may be better. We’ll have to try.

  24. edward

    good epic,her passive alongside her A2 at 4 turns is great.
    she plays simple,has good hp+defense ,does not need books or any special perks.
    gear should focus on speed so she can play more and boost/heal your team several times.
    only downside..other champions like MM,zelotah,lanakis the chosen,scyl of drakes..etc add more options to the game and significant damage also,making her 3th or 4th in line when it come to build a strong arena/campaign team

  25. Perico

    @LordBronx After watching Plariums video of Doom Tower’s bosses, I’m upgrading one copy with relentless set to get level 60 a.s.a.p.
    I think it will be really useful. This one and a Mausoleum Mage. Lots of debuffs you cannot resist. We’ll need cleansing, healing and reviving.

  26. Shartsy

    That’s a good point. Though I don’t think either would be used for damage dealing anyway, but that’s a factor to consider. Thanks for replying!

  27. Ayumilove Post author

    @Shartsy: Doompriest (Force Affinity) is weak against Spirit Keep (Spirit Affinity). As a result, he will deal less damage to the boss. For this boss, its a race against his Heal Recovery. For this situation, if you are using Doompriest there, he is basically use mainly for his Increase Attack buff, hence the 3 stars for his utility.

  28. Shartsy

    Very confused why Doompriest is 3 star on the Spirit dungeon, and Spirithost…who is basically a weaker version of Doompriest…is 5 star.

  29. Lord Bronx

    Just pulled Doompriest and tried her with the relentless armor for the extra turn chance. Wow! Let’s just say she’s my new favorite support champ.

  30. Ejryuu

    She absolutely heals/cleanses each time the Relentless set procs.

  31. alphallama

    does anyone know if she will continue healing/cleansing team if she has relentless set and keeps getting extra turn? or is that just on her initial. been wanting to test just don’t have a relentless set that isn’t 4 star…

  32. Gaby

    Hey there amazing website thank you ! I was wondering why not putting crit rate gauntlet for him ?
    Thank you

  33. Ayumilove Post author

    @Dave: I also encountered a high defense Resist Arena team (Rhazin Scarhide, Doompriest, Tormin and another tanky champion), all of them synergizes very well with one another and difficult to defeat even with Speed Team. Doompriest was geared to move fast and also deal high amount of damage, which is quite impressive.

  34. Ayumilove Post author

    @Matel: You can use both for healing your team in Clan Boss. Vrask is great healer for early-mid game since he heals all allies base on his HP. Having him in a Retaliation Set allows him to heal his allies much more often whenever he is attacked. Doompriest heals based on the allies MAX HP and remove debuff simultaneously. If you are having trouble with Clan Boss debuff (e.g. Decrease Speed or Stun), then Doompriest can be a great solution to address this issue.

  35. Ayumilove Post author

    @wbkruse: I would gear Doompriest with a balance of both HP% and DEF%. The ratio I used is 50K HP to 2.5K DEF (10K HP for every 500 Defense). If you have more Defense Accessories, then you could opt for HP% chestplate. If you have more HP Accessories, then you could opt for DEF% chestplate. Also, it’s important for Doompriest to be fast, so he can remove those debuff from your allies (e.g. Stun, Fear, Freeze, Decrease Attack, Decrease Defense, Provoke) so they do not waste a turn.

  36. wbkruse

    Thanks for this awesome website, I’ve been playing over a year and you guys helped me realize I have no idea what I’m doing.
    I just got my doompriest to 50 and was wondering should I go with Def%, hp%, or a combination of both?

  37. Epic FlaiL-

    @Dave: I have seen Doompriest and encountered her in Arena many times, if you build her gear correctly, Lots of CR and CD and Speed with Atk % she is very dominant. Especially with the right squad. Arena is not about ONE single Champion, it is about the group of Champs you use that enhance eachother. So going Offense Tree with Support makes perfect sense, look at the picks for offense. Each one either helkps her damage or helps her teams damage. It is all in the details.

  38. Dave

    It still wouldn’t make sense to go offense tree when in the arena at all because she can’t do damage against any kind of team. Lumping in arena and faction under the same mastery tree doesn’t make sense.

  39. Dave Astle

    @Buddahmunk: If you’re using her for CB, you really need to go with the offensive tree so that she can contribute to damage from Warmaster. Chosen mentions that in his video. I also disagree with him about how good she is for CB. Against NM and UNM, the debuffs from magic and spirit affinity can become a problem, especially the latter if you’re using a CA or other speed tuned team. There are multiple ways to deal with that, but one of them is to use Doompriest and make sure she goes first, so that she clears those debuffs before they can affect the other champs. In that scenario, you definitely want her to also be able to put out some damage, and WM is the only way to do that, since her active abilities really don’t help with CB at all.

  40. goldfish

    How about having Doompriest with a Frenzy(4) and Immortal(2) set, i was thinking of having her with high Health but with “lower” DEF to be able to prock the turn meter. My line up is..
    Doompriest, Rhazin, Romero, Rowan and Coldheart.

  41. Matel

    Vrask or doompriest for cb?

  42. Buddahmunk

    Why did you choose Offense/Support tree. I noticed chofly went with defense/support which is how I have her set up. Can you give me insight as to why you chose the opposite?

  43. Ayumilove Post author

    @torres: I would recommend going with Gorgorab over Doompriest as he has more uses in all areas.

  44. torres

    would you use doompriest or gorgorab ?

  45. Ayumilove Post author

    @Papko: I have tested Doompriest (Level 60 Fully Ascended) with the masteries above, and “Lay On Hands” (Tier 2 Support Mastery) increases Doompriest’s Passive Healing.

  46. Papko

    “Lay on hands” does not affect Doompriest’s heal, since it works in % of target hp. Checked by myself 20.05.2010. You can re-check.

  47. Phoenix

    Something I noticed if you are speed tuning this champ, the Rapid Response mastery will eventually cause you to lap the Clan Boss, causing the dispel to go too soon. Life Drinker and Whirlwind of Death are the only other options. Personally choose LD, but WoD is possible if you are also using it in dungeons or arena.

  48. Ayumilove Post author

    @Matt B: I would recommend identifying the issue that you want to fix/minimize in your Clan Boss team setup. For example, if your Apothecary is having problems healing everyone on time, you will need to have a Champion to assist him by performing AoE Heal or applying Ally Protection to mitigate the damage from the squishy champions. Doompriest passive skill provides AoE heal and stun remover. Therefore, including her in the team enables the team to survive longer and output more damage against Clan Boss.

  49. Matt B

    So, is doompriest better than Apo in all area’s or would he just be better in CB. Because I’m not sure whether to 6* Apo or DoomPriest. My CB team is currently Kael, Elhain, Frozen Banshee, Apo and Souldrinker. I’m still learning so that’s why my team sucks at the moment lol. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

  50. Ayumilove Post author

    @Quick sand: If you are talking about Clan Boss team, I would go with this team setup:
    1. Kael (Poison, Lead HP Aura)
    2. Doompriest (Fastest champion in the team to remove the stun from ally)
    3. Vizier Ovelisk (Increase debuff duration)
    4. Brakus the Shifter (Damage)
    5. Skullcrusher (Slowest champion in the team

  51. Quick sand

    Just wanted to know who would be better in a bc team of kael, apocathery, skull crusher, vizier ovelisk and bracus the shifter……I wanted to substitute apocathery for either doom priest or zelotah is it wise if yes which would be a better option…..please assist…

  52. Ayumilove Post author

    @Benji: 2 Speed Set and 1 Life Set will also work too! I have updated Doompriest’s equipment guide to include that suggestion.

  53. Ayumilove Post author

    @Devante: If you have achieve Tier 6 Warmaster Mastery for Doompriest, I would recommend getting Lifesteal Set. If you have not reached there yet, the one that you suggested works well too if you have obtained some Immortal Set from Clan Boss chest rewards.

  54. Devante

    What you about 2 speed and 1 immortal for CB, cuz she clears stun and the double heal would keep alive a few rounds longer

  55. Benji

    No sería mejor 2 sets de Velocidad y uno de Vida??

  56. Rfx2b81

    I think the offense tree with Warmaster is a choise more effective because You make more damage

  57. Biskit helper

    @Biskit yes but its not 7.5% + 10%, it’s 7.5% + 0.75% because it works multiplicatively, not additively. Therefore you’re only actually getting 8.25% HP heal with curing set. I wouldn’t say its worth it.

  58. Biskit

    Does curing set give 10% on doompriest heal?

  59. Mbxglx

    Hey, so i got her recently and watched the linked videos and her on the defense tree makes really sense i think. Could you explain why you choosed offense? Great site by the way!

  60. Ayumilove Post author

    @Mayorga: Doompriest has a Passive Skill that Heals and Removes Debuff (especially the one where Clan Boss inflicts Stun on his single attack). If you have Doompriest as the fastest champion in your team setup, he will always remove the Stun debuff from the Leader (Void Affinity Clan Boss), so the leader champion will not loses 1 turn of his skill cooldown. This is even more crucial where you need the leader to re-heal himself after that powerful attack through a combination of Lifesteal Set with Warmaster or Giant Slayer Tier 6 mastery. Apart from that, he provides 50% Increase Attack buff, so your entire team deals extra damage to the Clan Boss, especially champions that relies on Attack stats for their damage output. In addition, if you are fighting Clan Boss below 50% HP, the Clan Boss will inflict lots of Poison and Decrease Accuracy which is bad for champions that relies heaving on inflicting debuff (Poison, HP Burn, Weaken, Decrease Attack, Decrease Defense) as it increases the chance for it to be Resisted by the Clan Boss. Removing those Decrease Accuracy debuff is vital for this scenario too.

  61. Mayorga

    hi, why is she rated 5 stars in clan boss?