Soul Reap (Damage Dealer)
★★★✰✰ Arcane Keep
Nobel is a Legendary Attack Force Champion from the Shadowkin in Raid Shadow Legends. Nobel was introduced to the game in Patch 4.30 as the second batch of Shadowkin champions. Nobel’s skills heavily revolves around Fear and True Fear debuff. To unlock his full potential, its recommended to pair him with Champion who has Decrease Turn Meter ability such as Rhazin Scarhide and Alure to crowd control enemies with True Fear debuff!
Attacks 1 enemy. Has a 40% chance of decreasing the duration of 2 random buffs on the target by 1 turn. If the target is under a [Fear] or [True Fear] debuff, has a 65% chance of decreasing the duration of all of the target’s buffs by 1 turn instead.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Damage +5%
Level 4: Buff/Debuff Chance +5%
Level 5: Buff/Debuff Chance +5%
Damage Multiplier: 3.9 ATK
Harbinger (Cooldown: 3 turns)
Attacks 1 enemy. Will ignore 30% of the target’s DEF. Fills this Champion’s Turn Meter by 25% after the attack. If the target is under a [Fear] or [True Fear] debuff, decreases the cooldown of the Dismay skill by 1 turn.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Damage +10%
Level 4: Cooldown -1
Damage Multiplier: 3.4 ATK
Dismay (Cooldown: 4 turns)
Attacks all enemies. Has a 75% chance of decreasing each enemy’s Turn Meter by 50%. If there are any enemies under [Fear] or [True Fear] debuffs, will also fill this Champion’s Turn Meter by the amount those enemies lose.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Buff/Debuff Chance +10%
Level 4: Buff/Debuff Chance +15%
Level 5: Cooldown -1
Damage Multiplier: 4 ATK
Whenever an enemy’s Turn Meter is fully depleted by any Champion’s, has a 75% chance of placing a [True Fear] debuff on that enemy for 1 turn.
Level 2: Buff/Debuff Chance +10%
Level 3: Buff/Debuff Chance +15%
Nobel Equipment Guide
|Arena, Campaign, Clan Boss, Dungeons, Doom Tower, Faction Wars|
Perception, Accuracy, Speed
ACC, RESIST, SPD, HP%, DEF%
Nobel Mastery Guide
Arena, Campaign, Clan Boss, Doom Tower, Dungeons, Faction Wars
Nobel Champion Lore
Nobel is the Golden Serpent, the Voice of Yakai, an emissary of the Shadowkin whose deeds stretch all the way back to the time of the kings of the Dawnlands. His counsel is always heeded, and his grim presence has struck fear and awe into prince and pauper alike for half a millennium.
Nobel began his life in service. Born to a mid-ranking retainer serving a Dawnlander clan king, he seemed destined for a similarly unremarkable role. That was until he was assigned to serve the son of King Kanri, Tenshi. The prince was a mercurial and headstrong young man who got into all manner of scrapes unbecoming of his position, from avoiding paying his gambling dues to dalliances with the daughters of rival clans. Nobel was commanded to make excuses for Tenshi at every turn. While he did not approve of most of the prince’s antics, as a youth barely older than him, Nobel was often caught up in the reckless excitement that Tenshi exuded. The two developed something of a friendship, and Tenshi came to trust Nobel’s discretion completely. This stood Nobel in good stead when Tenshi inherited rulership of the clan. Nobel was granted the title of ‘harbinger,’ assuming the role of Tenshi’s herald. Tenshi’s policies were expansionist and aggressive, and it fell to Nobel to strong-arm rival clans into obedience or deliver declarations of war and ultimatums for surrender. He quickly became a figure of fear and loathing. For his own part, he greatly enjoyed the cut—and—thrust of diplomacy, and the power that his authority gave him.
When the Mikage Autocracy rose to power in Yakai, Tenshi showed little hesitation before swearing himself to it. To the clan king, the Autocracy represented an opportunity to exert influence and control over all of the Dawnlands. Through Tenshi, Nobel therefore became one of the Autocracy’s emissaries, his own power and influence growing as his master’s did.
Tenshi accepted the boon of Demonhood when it was offered to him. Nobel did not follow immediately, for while his allegiance to Tenshi and the Mikage was without question, he did not wholly trust the new Demonic nobility. But the march of time was ruthless, and as Nobel grew older the lure of immortality became too great. He joined the ranks of the Demonspawn, assuming a terrible, pallid visage twinned with the coiling golden serpents that were the old symbol of his Dawnlander clan.
Nobel continued to act as a herald for the Mikage, his duties expanding beyond the service of just Tenshi to encompass other Autocracy leaders and armies. As his power and influence continued to build his dedication to the role slowly eclipsed all else. It was a task that now defined him, and Nobel showed no emotion when word reached him that Tenshi had been struck down by assassins sent by the growing rebellion gripping Yakai. After four centuries in service to the Autocracy, the old bond between the clan prince and his servant was long gone.
Nobel’s own high standing in the Autocracy made him a prime target for the rebellion as well, and when the assassins came he proved he was no mere diplomat. The power of Siroth had invested him with more than mere immortality or Demonic cunning, for his strength and speed were now far beyond that of the old man he had once been. He cut down the assassins. None would interrupt his duties.
Gradually, the tide of war turned against the Mikage. As the Autocracy began to collapse, Nobel was captured, and dragged before the leaders of the rebellion. It was a common belief that such a staunch symbol of Mikage rule would be granted a public execution. Nobel had a proposal however, one which took his enemies by surprise. Though he served the Mikage, he had never devised their cruel policies, led their armies, or conducted their tortures. His existence was dedicated to the life of a herald, an emissary of Yakai. Now that the rebellion was close to victory, he was willing to serve the new regime just as he had the Mikage, and Tenshi before them. He could give them some form of legitimacy among those who still backed the Autocracy with wavering loyalties, and could use his abilities to persuade others of his time and kind to surrender.
Though some of the rebellion still called for Nobel’s head, others saw the reason in what he claimed. Besides, other Mikage leaders had been spared, and Nobel’s defection to the rebels was a further marker of their triumph. Nobel’s proposal was accepted, and a new chapter in the existence of the infamous Voice of Yakai began, one that would see him representing the interests of the Shadowkin all across Teleria.
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Raid Shadow Legends Nobel Champion Guide by Cold Brew Gaming