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Raid Shadow Legends Rotos the Lost Groom Skill Mastery Equip Guide

Raid Shadow Rotos the Lost Groom Skill Mastery Equip Guide

Champion Fusion

Rotos the Lost Groom


FACTION: Undead Hordes
RARITY: Legendary
ROLE: Attack
TOMES: 13 (A2 A3)
OBTAIN: Champion Fusion

Total Stats (6★)

Health Points (HP): 11,895
Attack (ATK): 1,520
Defense (DEF): 1,266
Speed (SPD): 90
Critical Rate (C.RATE): 15%
Critical Damage (C.DMG): 63%
Debuff Resistance (RESIST): 40
Debuff Accuracy (ACC): 0


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


★★★★★ Minotaur’s Labyrinth
★★✰✰✰ Spider’s Den
★★✰✰✰ Fire Knight’s Castle
★★★★★ Dragon’s Lair
★★★★★ Ice Golem’s Peak


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

Rotos the Lost Groom Skills

Terror Scourge [ATK][HP]
Attacks 1 enemy. Has a 75% chance of placing a 60% [Decrease DEF] debuff for 2 turns. Also has a 25% chance of granting an Extra Turn.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Damage +5%
Level 4: Damage +5%
Level 5: Damage +5%

Vitality Plunder [ATK][HP] (Cooldown: 3 turns)
Attacks 1 enemy. Decreases the target’s MAX HP by 20%, then adds that HP to this Champion’s own MAX HP. [Cannot decrease a single Champion’s MAX HP by more than 60% in one Battle. Cannot increase this Champion’s MAX HP by more than 60,000. Does not decrease Boss’ MAX HP. This Champion’s MAX HP will be increased by 15,000 when this Skill is used against Bosses]
Note: The MAX HP gained in a battle will be reset upon entering the next round! (e.g. After each Dungeon/Campaign rounds, Rotos MAX HP resets to the original MAX HP)
Level 2: Damage +10%
Level 3: Damage +10%
Level 4: Damage +10%
Level 5: Cooldown -1

Fated Destruction [ATK][HP] (Cooldown: 4 turns)
Attacks 1 enemy. Will ignore 60% of the target’s DEF. Will also ignore [Unkillable] and [Block Damage] buffs. Enemies killed by this skill cannot be revived if this Champion has gained maximum amount of HP from the Vitality Plunder skill. Grants an Extra Turn if this skill kills an enemy.
Note: Block Revive will not occur unless Rotos has gained a total of 60K HP from Vitality Plunder, which will take at least 3 hits against a 100K HP enemy!
Level 2: Damage +10%
Level 3: Damage +10%
Level 4: Damage +10%
Level 5: Damage +10%
Level 6: Cooldown -1

Spurn Oblivion [Passive]
Will decrease damage from a single enemy hit so that incoming damage will not exceed 50% of this Champion’s MAX HP from that hit. Can occur once per enemy attack. Grants an Extra Turn if this damage reduction occurs. [Does not work against Bosses] Decreases the damage taken from Bosses by 15%. Decreases the damage taken from Bosses by 30% if Siphi the Lost Bride is on the same team.

Rotos the Lost Groom Equipment Guide

Arena, Campaign, Faction Wars Clan Boss, Dungeons

Equipment Set

1 Relentless Set, 1 Speed Set
1 Savage Set, 1 Speed Set
2 Offense Set, 1 Speed Set

Equipment Set

1 Relentless Set, 1 Speed Set
1 Savage Set, 1 Speed Set
2 Offense Set, 1 Speed Set

Equipment Stat Priority

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

Equipment Stat Priority

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

Rotos the Lost Groom Mastery Guide

Arena, Campaign, Faction Wars

Raid Shadow Legends Rotos the Lost Groom Skill Mastery Equip Guide


  1. Deadly Precision
  2. Keen Strike
  3. Heart of Glory
  4. Whirlwind of Death
  5. Ruthless Ambush
  6. Cycle of Violence
  7. Opportunist
  8. Kill Streak
  9. Stoked to Fury
  10. Flawless Execution


  1. Defiant
  2. Improved Parry
  3. Bloodthirst
  4. Delay Death
  5. Retribution


  1. N/A

Arena, Campaign, Clan Boss, Dungeons, Faction Wars

Raid Shadow Legends Rotos the Lost Groom Skill Mastery Equip Guide


  1. Deadly Precision
  2. Keen Strike
  3. Life Drinker
  4. Bring it Down
  5. Cycle of Violence
  6. Kill Streak
  7. Warmaster


  1. Defiant
  2. Improved Parry
  3. Rejuvenation
  4. Shadow Heal
  5. Bloodthirst
  6. Delay Death
  7. Retribution
  8. Cycle of Revenge


  1. N/A

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Rotos the Lost Groom Storyline

There is another tale of love well known in Kaerok and Arnoc, but one much darker than Minaya’s and Khoronar’s adventures. It starts with a bold young nobleman, whose family had lost everything but their title; their lands, their estates, their wealth – all had been seized to repay debts accumulated over generations of careless debauchery. This left Rotos with little to his name except for his pride and his skill with the rapier. Though that barely stopped the young man from spending his youth duelling, drinking, and racking up new debts. It was only when the danger of assassins sent by the usurers became real that he finally realized it was time to disappear, at least for a time. Although his talents were limited and so were the fields where Rotos could employ them in full, he had chosen a career many would not have considered – that of a pirate. With what little silver was left in his purse and his faithful rapier at his side, Rotos sought out the crew of a pirate ship and made his bid to join. He spent the next decade sailing the seas and living the life of high adventure, where skill, audacious bravery, and a dash of good fortune were the only things one could rely on. Though he led many brazen raids upon attaining his own captainship and grew rich on plunder, Rotos remained a gentleman of good repute first and foremost. He was never bloodthirsty and never killed without need, nor allowed his crew any excesses. On occasion, he pursued and fought less scrupulous corsairs who ‘gave the profession a bad name’ as Rotos himself claimed. It was one such encounter that allowed the bold Captain to claim his most prized treasure. But it was neither silver nor gems nor even an enchanted weapon of days long past that captivated Rotos’ heart. It was a woman by the name of Siphi, hailing from faraway southern islands, whom Rotos freed from captivity. She was beautiful and fierce, and while she was not trained as a warrior, Siphi seized the opportunity during the boarding battle and struck down her captors right in front of dumbfounded Rotos. If there was ever love at first sight, he told his crew later, it would have to be the sight of an angry Southerner woman knocking a brute twice her size out with a candleholder. While some scoundrels may have taken advantage of the situation, Rotos was determined to court and woo his beautiful rescuee the old-fashioned way. Siphi met his advances with cold derision at first, then with amusement, but Rotos’ charms were as true as was his determination. After weeks of back-and-forth, she finally relented and showed interest, and this was but a spark that lit the flames of passion. Over the next several months Siphi and Rotos spent nearly every waking hour together and grew to truly appreciate one another. She became his confidant, his voice of reason, and Rotos remained the brazen risk-taker with a contagious lust for adventure and dramatic flair that would put High Elves to shame. As their love blossomed, Rotos finally realized that the time to return home was upon him. With the riches he gained in the past decade, he managed to pay off all of his debts, and still own enough to ensure he and Siphi would live in luxury – provided the silver was spent wisely to set his ancestral household up once more. Unfortunately, Mayhew Pouillac – the wealthiest money-lender in Arnoc at the time – regarded the damage his reputation sustained when Rotos fled to be far greater than any payment could make up for. He pretended otherwise, however, and accepted Rotos and his then-bride like guests of honour. For a hefty interest on top of the original debt and penalties, Pouillac ‘forgave’ Rotos and even offered assistance in rebuilding his family estate. But on the day of Rotos’ and Siphi’s wedding, the vengeful usurer finally enacted his cruel plan. Hired thugs barged into the church where the ceremony was taking place. They carried bared weapons which ignored all tradition and Lumayan law and slaughtered unarmed guests like cattle. Although Rotos’ frenzied last stand cost more than a dozen mercenaries their lives, he had no chance against so many on his own. Crucified against the wall with spears, he could only watch in desperation as brutish hirelings murdered Siphi moments before his heart stopped beating. The last thing he heard was Siphi cursing the treacherous wretches in her native tongue and promising vengeance from beyond the grave. With their bloody work done, Pouillac’s mercenaries departed, leaving the bodies of the slain where they had fallen. It was fortunate that the local townsfolk discovered the slaughter and ensured proper burial rites were upheld, but of the murderers, there was no sign. Days passed, the Sheriff charged with overseeing that province found no leads and made little effort to seek justice on behalf of a man who was a known pirate, and, meanwhile, ominous rumours spread through the land. People said that the flowers left on the graves of the newlyweds all withered within a night. All save for two roses, which turned an unnatural and eerie blue – unlike any of the flowers that grew in those parts. Others spoke of loud weeping and wailing, of the sound of nails raking the wood of the coffins coming from below ground. Of strange, mist-like figures appearing in the church. It did not take the locals long to declare the place cursed and abandon it altogether. But the echoes of this slaughter reached as far as Arnoc itself, and vengeance promised by Siphi came to fruition before her murderers even had a chance to celebrate their success. One by one, the mercenaries involved in the attack died under mysterious circumstances. They always disappeared in the dead of night, only to be found by morning with their faces pale and twisted with fear, their bodies bled dry. No matter what they did, no matter what gods they prayed to, within a fortnight they died to a man. News of the murders reached Pouillac and sent him scrambling. Had Rotos somehow survived the attack? Did his mercenaries lie? There were no answers to these questions, and the terrified usurer barricaded himself in his estate, doubled the guard, and waited for the storm to pass. None of that availed him… One night, blood-chilling screams shattered the silence over Pouillac’s estate. So terrifying they were, that the citizens who lived nearby barred their doors and windows, unwilling to risk whatever monsters stalked their streets. It was only in the morning they dared to enter the usurer’s grand manor. What they found inside was shocking – bodies heaped across the floors, all with the same fearful look frozen on their faces. Not a single soul survived, no guard, no servant, they had all perished during the night. And as for Pouillac himself, he was found in his chambers, curled up and gripping himself so tightly it took the coroners considerable effort to move his hands from his face and reveal the look of primal terror that must have stopped the usurer’s heart in his final moments. No trace of the murderers was ever found, but Old Arnault, a crippled half-mad drunk of some renown in the city, swore on Lumaya’s name that he saw two ghostly figures in the estate’s courtyard that night. One a man in the trappings of a nobleman, one – a woman dressed in strange finery of foreign make. Who or even what they were, he could not say. Only that the strangers left the estate soon after screaming stopped, then faded from sight, never to be seen in Arnoc again.

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43 thoughts on “Rotos the Lost Groom | UH-LAM | Raid Shadow Legends Skill Mastery Equip Guide

  1. Teacup

    @Besokster Rotos will be long dead before he can use the BLOCK revive skill, you need 60000 HP drain, to do that you need about 4 turns, in high tier Arena, usually game over in 2-3 turns.

  2. Besokster

    He can still block revive, it appears on my Rotos that he just needs to fill his hp meter first, at 60,000.

  3. Afox

    Updated rankings and tier?

  4. Teacup

    nerf coming, with no block revive, Rotos is useless.

  5. Sean

    Does vitality plunder maintain last hp when revived or does it reset?

  6. DivaCup

    Why is plarium diminishing Rotos?

  7. Mk17

    @Shaww The hardest raw hitting champs on clan boss are Fenax and Dervish

  8. Revanur

    How much value does Rhotos gain from booking him?

  9. Shaaw

    @Ledriel: My Rotos still gets 8-11m on NM CB and 6-8m on UNM CB… He’s almost as good damage as my Dracomorph. I think he is still 5 star in CB because he just dishes out so much raw damage.

  10. Nathan

    Just found out that Rotos can proc an extra turn when he’s used for an ally attack

  11. Ledriel

    Hey, regarding Rotos on CB I was also stating that he deserves 5*, but now he actually got nerfed two times.
    1rst Relentless set nerf and 2nd his CA nerf (
    I saw my CB damage drastically falling since I was using him in CB with LB and SC.
    I am not sure if he still deserves the 5*.
    (A third nerf to his damage reduction is coming on 1.15 btw)

    Why they nerf his PVE instead of PVP? Only Plarium knows why.

  12. Aaron

    Ayumilove. Sorry for my spelling in previous message. Had a few too many cans ha.
    Yeah groom 5 star well deserved. Hes great.

  13. Ayumilove Post author

    @Aaron: I have updated Rotos the Lost Groom rating for Clan Boss from 4 to 5 star after testing him in a Speed Team Clan Boss. I used Relentless Set and Speed Set on him, and he dealt approximately 12~13M damage in Clan Boss.

  14. Aaron

    The griom is a colussus. Arena dungeouns and clan boss a colussos. How he is only rated 4 star for clan boss is beyond me????? He needs speed crit rate an acc.. if u can get crit dsmage even better.. dont worry about attack ho or defence.
    I git rhazin.. hes nowhere close to groom vs clan boss. No comparison..

  15. Ayumilove Post author

    @enginiel2014: Retaliation Set and Avenging Set will not proc special effect on the skills such as Extra Turn but not including the following instant effects (e.g. Increase Turn Meter of self/allies, Remove debuff) or debuff (Crowd-Control debuffs = Stun / Freeze / Sleep)

  16. enginiel2014

    hey guys, can i use avenging set on this guy so whenever he counters, there is a chance for his a1 to proc an extra turn?

  17. murphY47

    as of the recent updates v1.14, Relentless Set no longer grant multiple Extra Turns at the same time if the wearer also got an Extra Turn through other means (their skills or buff from their allies); so please update Rotos’ equipment guide (as well as other champions who benefit from this trait previously)

  18. Micks

    Does he need acc to activate his A2 life steal?

  19. NickyFrost

    Scrolling through the Platinum Tier Rankings, all but 3 teams (top 100 is all I counted) have one or more Rotos.
    Though the composition isn’t wildly varied, out of all the champions in the Raid selection, the Platinum Tier area teams primarily consist of the same champions.

  20. Ledriel

    @Overlordy For arena FE or Helmsmasher, no question. For dungeons and CB, I would say Warmaster but with some room for doubt. When his crit does 150k with 200% crit damage, his normal hit would do 50k. Which means 20% more crit damage would be around 10k which for most cases less than warmaster’s half the tick. Of course, these numbers may greatly vary depending on your gear (total att and hp)

    Hey @Ayumilove, two things to consider:

    1) Regarding spider, sometimes his massive extra turns amount could result to 30-40% of the spiders health. Due to his lack of turn-meter-manipulation, he is far from the other top tiers but I think this + his def down is enough to get him to 3*

    2) ‘Methodical’ mastery is also awesome for the dungeons, especially when he is wearing relentless set. Do you find ‘Cycle of Revenge’ better in his case?

  21. Overlordy

    Warmaster or Flawless Executioner? Which one is better for Rotos?

  22. Ledriel

    @Robin HP doesn’t scale well regarding his damage. In addition, his base health is extremely poor. 60.000 HP from his a2 sure drastically increase his damage but with that base HP pool, HP% won’t make a difference. You don’t have to worry about HP gear at all, focus in everything else.

    @Dominic The reason I was going to write the same is because Ithos is also rated as 5 star at CB. I am pretty sure this guy should be 1 star higher than Ithos.

  23. Dominic

    …sorry I ment why only 4 stars

  24. Dominic

    why only 3 stars in Clan boss. He is my best damage dealer even in Nightmare in a team with Apothecary, Grizzled Jar, Occult Brawler and Ultimate Galek (all maxed masteries)

  25. Robin

    Why not stack HP%?!

  26. Voy

    Wouldn’t you stack HP%? He scales with both ATK and HP and HP buffs his EHP.

  27. Ayumilove Post author

    @Lokicoon: Thanks! I have updated Rotos the Lost Groom equipment section for the Savage Set.

  28. Lokicoon

    Correct,pls: Savage is 4-pieces set

  29. Robin

    The most op hero ever, its not even funny

  30. Charel

    Wish I’d known that before I wasted 3m silver leveling a C.DMG chest plate

  31. [A7X]

    nope sorry, my bad

  32. [A7X]

    Also recommended sets have typo too, 2 savage set 1 speed set should be 1 savage 1 speed. (savage set 4 piece set)

  33. Ayumilove Post author

    @Jayden: It’s a typo. I have corrected the equipment stat guide.

  34. Ayumilove Post author

    @Burak Kaba: I have corrected Rotos the Lost Groom equipment chestpiece from C.DMG to ATK%

  35. Toadameat

    And for intents and purposes, mine was just that, a comment, a different point of view, not starting some school grade argument. So in as much as I see no point in being in one, soon as the owner sees my comments, please remove all statements of mine from this champ. That is much easier then starting a back and forth useless argument over a game. This champ is a crowd favorite at the moment so no point in making controversial statements

  36. Toadameat

    I started my comment by saying to each their own. If that’s how you view him, by all means. Go ahead

  37. The D Man

    Toad clearly doesnt know what he’s talking about. Rotos is a game changing counter to literally every annoying Arena champ like Roshcard, Tormin, Skullcrown, etc.

  38. Samuel Shane Winter

    Hi um You cant get crt dmg chest piece

  39. Toadameat

    To each their own, so far in arena, I’d call him meh. Hes not bad, but he requires to much support to be of any use. If your going to use him, put him on a team full of rezzer, or combine him with like a tormin and hegemon, you also better make sure his resist is sky rocketed. One speed set will get him killed unless your entire team is based on keeping him alive. Not saying he cant be useful, but without extremely good support and high resist, all you have to do is stun him then any glass cannon can wipe him from the board without him ever getting to make a single shot.. do NOT just willy nilly put him in thinking he is going to be OP, cause he ain’t. His skill only allows 50% of his MAX hp to be taken in a single attack, and since his base hp is basically garbage, it’s a rather simple solution to stun/freeze/sleep him with first attack, then someone such as skullcrown comes in second and eliminates him from field. Trundra and SC work beautifully as a combo for that. And if your facing off against a groom that is only using 1 speed set, then his base speed of 90 ( again, very low) , works even more to your advantage of making sure this champ is dead long before he gets to use any skills that matter. Make sure the synergy of your team works to his advantage or you will be sorely disappointed in him

  40. Burak Kaba

    main stat crit damage chestpiece?

  41. Jayden

    Is C. Damage chest plate available somewhere or is that a typo?

  42. Drea

    How does his A2 work exactly against bosses. Does he get 15.000 HP per use up to 60.000 or just 15.000 once?

    It is not clear for me :/

  43. Mad Mare

    Could we have a list of NON-Platinum Tier gear to put on this guy? I don’t have, and have no way of getting (currently) a chest plate with c. dam as the primary XD