★★★★★ Arcane Keep
Mithrala Lifebane Skills
Libation of Pain
Attacks 2 times at random. Each hit has an 80% chance of placing a 5% Poison debuff for 2 turns.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Damage +5%
Level 4: Buff/Debuff Chance +10%
Level 5: Buff/Debuff Chance +10%
Damage Multiplier: 2 DEF
Sigil of Toxic Glory (Cooldown: 5 turns)
Attacks all enemies. Places [Hex] debuff for 2 turns. Also places a 60% [Increase DEF] buff and a 50% [Increase ATK] buff on all allies for 2 turns.
Level 2: Cooldown -1
Level 3: Cooldown -1
Damage Multiplier: 4 DEF
Brimming Cylix (Cooldown: 5 turns)
Removes all debuffs from all allies, then places a 25% [Strengthen] buff and a [Shield] buff equal to 30% of this Champion’s MAX HP on all allies for 2 turns.
Level 2: Cooldown -1
Level 3: Cooldown -1
Gaze of Stone (Passive)
Whenever this Champion is attacked by an enemy under a [Hex] debuff, has a 50% chance of applying a [Petrification] debuff on the attacker for 1 turn. Whenever an ally is attacked by an enemy under a [Hex] debuff, has a 30% chance of applying a [Petrification] debuff on the attacker for 1 turn. Also increases this Champion RES. The amount by which it is increased is equal to the amount of ACC this Champion has.
Increases Ally ACC in All Battles by 80.
Mithrala Lifebane Equipment Guide
|Arena, Campaign, Clan Boss, Dungeons, Doom Tower, Faction Wars|
Accuracy, Perception, Speed, Immortal, Regeneration, Untouchable,
HP%, DEF%, C.RATE, SPD, RESIST
Mithrala Lifebane Mastery Guide
Arena, Doom Tower, Faction Wars
Arena, Campaign, Clan Boss, Dungeons, Doom Tower, Faction Wars
Mithrala Arena Supporter Build
Here is Mithrala Lifebane’s artifacts and masteries optimized by MacChan as an Arena Supporter champion. She is equipped in Untouchable Set and Perception Set, which provides her Immunity buff along with additional Resistance and Accuracy stats. The stats to prioritize on her are Accuracy, Health, Defense, Speed and Resist. Having a high amount of Accuracy allows you raise Resistance stat simultaneously with the help of her passive skill. The masteries selected for her support role are Defense and Support mastery tree to increase her Accuracy stat, healing potential and her survivability against enemy nukes.
Mithrala Lifebane Review
Mithrala Lifebane is a Legendary Support Void champion from Dark Elves in Raid Shadow Legends. Mithrala was released in Patch 5.00 on 21st December 2021 as part of Hydra Clan Boss fragment rewards. You cannot summon her from shards similarly to Lydia the Deathsiren, but to earn her fragments by battling against the Hydra heads. Mithrala skill kit revolves around crowd-controlling enemies with Petrification and support allies with multiple buffs such as Increase ATK, Increase DEF, Strengthen and Shield as well as inflicting Poison debuff on enemies to dwindle their health slowly. Fun Fact: She is the first champion released with the ability to petrify enemies.
Libation of Pain (A1 Skill) is Mithrala’s basic skill that attacks 2 random enemies while inflicting Poison debuff on them. It’s useful against high health and defense enemies such as bosses as Poison deals damage based on their MAX Health and ignores all defense.
Sigil of Toxic Glory (A2 Skill) is her AoE attack that deals damage to all enemies in the battlefield with Hex debuff on them, while applying both Increase Attack and Increase Defense buff on your allies to improve their offense and defense capabilities simultaneously. You can pair her with other Hex champions to unlock their skills full potential such as preparing Ruel the Huntmaster for his AoE nuke attack. The unfortunate part of this skill is it perform AoE attack on the enemies before applying Increase Defense buff first, which does not fully maximize her damage output.
Brimming Cylix (A3 Skill) is her secondary support skill that removes all debuffs from allies before applying Strengthen and Shield buff. The shield capacity is based on her Max HP, hence it’s recommended to build her with high amount of Health to generate a larger shield to protect allies, especially those who have low base health.
Gaze of Stone is Mithrala’s signature passive skill that petrifies enemies with her gaze whenever they attack her. However, this powerful ability is only activated if the enemies is currently hexed. Petrification removes all of the target’s buff, prevents them from receiving new buffs while Petrification is active, and skips their turn as well as preventing their skill from refreshing. However, they will receive significantly less damage but Bombs will deal massive damage to them. In addition, this passive ability enhances her Resistance by topping it up based on the amount of Accuracy she owns, which is similar to Helior skill mechanics.
Overall, Mithrala Lifebane is a solid Legendary hero who excels in both PvE and PvP content. Having her in your Hydra Clan Boss team will make it an easier experience to sustain your heroes in a lengthy battle while boosting the team’s overall damage output to rack higher scores for better chest rewards.
Mithrala Champion Lore
There are many pirates who ply their trade in the southern seas. The Lost Isles are scattered with old Dragonkin Empire ruins that offer plentiful shelter for pirate crews to call home, and a place where they can avoid unwanted eyes. From these strongholds, reavers plunder the rich convoys that trade between Yakai, Velyzar, and the Free Cities of Anhelt. While many pirates have earned their fortune in the Lost Isles, fortune is a fickle thing. The higher one climbs, the further one can to fall, and few appear to have fallen as far as Mithrala Lifebane.
Mithrala began herjourney poor in resources, but rich in ambition. Forced to flee her home of Durham Forest with her band of thieves, she took her band to the high seas to escape her vengeful victims. After carving out a name for herself as a pirate, she forged an alliance with Rissix the Seeker — a veteran marauder of the Lost Isles. From that day, the Kingdom of Pirates was born. With Rissix’s charisma and Mithrala’s talent, they accomplished great things together, including establishing the port of Bleakhaven. What began as a business partnership prospered into a wealthy trading empire, ruled by Rissix and Mithrala as its king and queen.
Even the greatest of empires can reach too far. Hungry for glory, Mithrala and Rissix dared attack the Dwarven Treasure Fleets of the Skyiron Dominion — each one a great prize. While the pirates were formidable fighters, and Rissix and Mithrala genius commanders, their lightly armed vessels were no match for the iron warships of the Dwarves, or that race’s sheer tenacity. In the brutal war, the Dwarves shattered the Kingdom of Pirates, with Mithrala’s flagship retreating from the final battle in flames, while Rissix was last seen fighting aboard his doomed vessel, surrounded by foes. That, so they say, was the end of the King and Queen of pirates, and another victory for Alundi Seabreaker, the Skyiron Admiral, reputedly the greatest hydromancer to ever live.
Despite this defeat, some say that it was not the end of the pirate kingdom. To this day, Bleakhaven remains a vital holdout to the pirates of the southern seas. Many believe that the final battle between the Kingdom of Pirates and the Dwarves was not the end of Bleakhaven’s rulers, either. Some claim that Mithrala repaired her flagship, and pursued Alundi, following him to the heart of the Void Reef. Others swear that Rissix the Seeker did not perish, but instead was captured by Alundi, who used him to help locate a vast treasure buried within the Lost Isles. Tellers of this tale never fail to mention the massive vortex at the center of the Void Reef, which some claim was not always there, and suggest that only a hydromancer could have created it. Nobody knows what truly lies within, for most sea captains dare not draw close. All who know of Mithrala Lifebane however know that she would feel no fear plunging her ship into such a place.
Separately, there are those who claim they have seen the dreaded pirate queen stalking the high seas, no longer truly a Dark Elf. They say her ship is manned by a ghostly crew, her form has been twisted by forces no storyteller can determine, and that she plagues the trade routes, killing all in her path and seeking vengeance against the Dwarves of the Skyiron Dominion. Never forgetting the Pirate War, Skyiron’s fleets sail with additional guards, and they are fearful of ambush by her revenant vessel. None doubt she will destroy any ship that crosses her path — no matter whom they may belong to.
These are only stories. The high sea is a cruel mistress, and sailors often see things as they ply the waves. No port has seen Mithrala for years, alive or dead. Nobody knows the truth. Some say there are no ghost ships. No sea-demons. No curses. The Lost Isles are thick with jungles, ruins, and pirates, but no vengeful, undead corsair queens have been confirmed. So people say.
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