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Raid Shadow Scyl of the Drakes Skill Mastery Equip Guide

Raid Shadow Scyl of the Drakes Skill Mastery Equip Guide

Champion Fusion



FACTION: Barbarians
RARITY: Legendary
ROLE: Defense
USABILITY: Mid-Late Game
TOMES: 11 (A1 A2 A3)
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Total Stats (6★)

Health Points (HP): 19,980
Attack (ATK): 859
Defense (DEF): 1,387
Speed (SPD): 95
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

Scyl of the Drakes Skills

Drake’s Swiftness [DEF]
Attacks 1 enemy. Has a 20% chance of placing a 30% [Decrease SPD] debuff for 2 turns. Also has a 30% chance of decreasing the target’s Turn Meter by 15%.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Damage +5%
Level 4: Buff/Debuff Chance +10%
Level 5: Buff/Debuff Chance +10%

Wingbeat Flurry [DEF] (Cooldown: 4 turns)
Attacks all enemies 2 times. Each hit has a 20% chance of placing a [Stun] debuff for 1 turn.
Level 2: Damage +10%
Level 3: Damage +10%
Level 4: Buff/Debuff Chance +5%
Level 5: Buff/Debuff Chance +10%
Level 6: Cooldown -1

Phoenix Rite (Cooldown: 6 turns)
Revives an ally with 50% HP and places a 50% [Ally Protection] buff on them for 2 turns.
Level 2: Cooldown -1
Level 3: Cooldown -1

Boundless Life [Passive]
Heals all allies by 10% of their MAX HP at the start of each turn. Also places a 30% [Increase SPD] buff on a random ally for 2 turns.

Scyl of the Drakes Equipment Guide

Arena, Campaign, Faction Wars Clan Boss, Dungeons

Equipment Set

2 Defense Set, 1 Speed Set
1 Relentless Set, 1 Speed Set
1 Relentless Set, 1 Accuracy Set

Equipment Set

1 Lifesteal Set, 1 Accuracy Set
1 Lifesteal Set, 1 Speed Set

Equipment Stat Priority

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

Equipment Stat Priority

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

Scyle of the Drakes Mastery Guide

Arena, Campaign, Clan Boss, Faction Wars, Dungeons

Raid Shadow Legends Scyl of the Drakes Skill Mastery Equip Guide


  1. Deadly Precision
  2. Keen Strike
  3. Shield Breaker
  4. Single Out
  5. Bring it Down
  6. Methodical
  7. Warmaster


  1. N/A


  1. Pinpoint Accuracy
  2. Charged Focus
  3. Arcane Celerity
  4. Swarm Smiter
  5. Lore of Steel
  6. Evil Eye
  7. Spirit Haste
  8. Lasting Gifts

Scyl of the Drakes Videos

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RAID: Shadow Legends | Scyl of the Drakes Champion Guide by Fayding_Away

Scyl of the Drakes Storyline

Scyl of the Drakes is a terrifying force to behold on the battlefield. Her ranseur glittering in the sunlight as it whistles through the air in brutal swipes and swings, her dragonscale cloak billowing behind her, Scyl cuts and imposing image worthy of a true Warrior Queen. Her foes reel and break, unable to match her fury, while her allies find themselves invigorated in her presence, their fatigue and pain banished by the blessings of the Phoenix. Once, Scyl was nothing more than a terrified girl, orphaned by ruthless Knight Revenant cultists who razed her home village to the ground and slaughtered its inhabitants. Scyl alone managed to escape, but she was merely a child trapped in the Deadlands with nary a hope of survival. She should have died there, but providence intervened. The Disciples of the Drake, a dragon-worshipping troupe of outcasts and exiles, found Scyl when she had already lost consciousness from dehydration and hunger. They brought the girl to their hideout and nursed her back to health. In turn, she was sworn into the troupe’s service, though it soon became apparent that Scyl’s talents lay not in cleaning and cooking and tending to the myriad everyday needs of the camp, but rather in the art of battle. The Disciples were not numerous, so any fresh blood was welcome among their warriors, and Scyl had proven herself both capable and passionate. She bested all of her peers and many opponents older and more experienced by the time she came of age, swiftly taking her place among the raiding parties and earning her share of glory in uncompromising hit-and-run attacks against Orcs, the Undead, and Knight Revenant parties venturing into the Deadlands. In due time, she rose to command a small band of young warriors of her own, which grew along with her reputation. Scyl’s reckless courage led her to many victories over the course of several years, but it almost cost her everything as well. When a large Knight Revenant raiding party had been discovered camping among the desiccated cliffs of the Gronfang Ravine, Scyl, blinded by hatred, ordered an attack regardless. Her warriors and she were outnumbered, but they had the element of surprise on their side and struck under the cover of night. With stones cast from cliff crests and skirmishers moving among the rocks like vengeful spectres, Scyl’s warriors rained death down upon the foe. But the initial confusion passed and cultists threw themselves into the fray with maddened fury, pressuring the Disciples with sheer numbers and ferocity. Scyla fought in the first ranks, as she always did, even as her warriors fell around her. Though wounded and bruised in the brutal melee, she cut her way through to the armour-clad dark priest who led the Knight Revenant force. They clashed beneath the starlit skies of Krokhan, and steel met steel. For several minutes the duel lasted without either combatant gaining the upper hand, yet soon cultists started flocking in to assist their leader. Cutting them all down cost Scyl precious time and strength. In the end, she missed a mace stroke that shattered her ribs and left her gasping for air on the sand, her foe preparing to deliver the deathblow. But Scyl was not a warrior to give up even in direst of circumstances. In the final moment, she managed to reach for her spear and thrust it through the priest’s dark heart, sending him back to his twisted Master. Silence had fallen over the ravine; apart from Scyl, no soul remained alive amidst the cliffs, and even she felt life ebbing away from her body. Vengeance and bitter triumph remained her only companions at that moment, but she was not destined to die. Unbeknownst to her, a powerful djinn observed the battle from afar, and so impressed it was with the young woman’s brazen skill that it deigned to appear in the aftermath of the slaughter. Wreathed in flame, it took the guise of a Phoenix and spoke unto Scyl the words of praise and blessing. She received a small fraction of its magic, her wounds mended before her very eyes. The spirit vanished, leaving nought but an exquisite cloak of dragonscale in its wake – a final gift it wished to bestow upon the warrior who had impressed it so. Scyl spent the day giving proper burial rites to her fallen warriors and returned to the troupe alone, where she was hailed as a heroine. Her reputation grew and, after numerous battles, she rose to lead the Disciples of the Drake herself. To this day they remain a force to be reckoned with in the Krokhan Desert, and servants of Siroth avoid straying into their territory lest they incur the wrath of Scyl of the Drakes.

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20 thoughts on “Scyl of the Drakes | BA-LDM | Raid Shadow Legends Skill Mastery Equip Guide

  1. Tom Chapman Barros-Wing

    Update: Started using her in my Arena Offense team, and now I’m kicking butt! (In Gold I …)

    I have her with Lyssandra (lead), Umbral Enchantress, and Madame Serris. The team goes first, Debuffs All, Provokes All, and then Stuns All … or at least attacks someone who’s already provoked. And it just keeps going like that, with Fear and True Fear everywhere (and Leech from Serris’ mastery), and Scyl doing most of the actual damage. It’s freaking great.

    Can’t believe I slept on this awesome champion for so long.

  2. Tom Chapman Barros-Wing

    I have mine in Relentless and Divine Speed, and it’s fantastic. So far I only use her in Dragon 20, with a 3-4 champion team (to farm food on the side), but I’m sure I’ll find other uses for her eventually. Totally worth it. Plus this champion has a great look and animations.

  3. Raayna

    I think more sets should be added to the gear recommendations imo

    Stun set is great for her, along with relentless.

    Relentless is great for her as she could do extra healing, gain an extra turn to use whatever one of her skills, and if she has the Cycle of Magic mastery, a chance to decrease the cooldown for her revive skill.

    Stun set will work really well with her A2 and be a great crowd control for all areas of the game (except CB)

    I personally only built her for Faction Wars with a Relentless + Accuracy set and she’s been amazing

  4. Jesper Nielsen

    Scratch that – no I’m not, haha since it won’t work with stun.

  5. Jesper Nielsen

    I’m definitely going for sniper

  6. Bahrgarth

    Do you think it’s worth to go Warmaster if you intend to use her only in the Arena?

  7. nero

    if you play the game in german you will find out that her name is Draconia instead of Scyl of the Drakes xD sounds better to me ^^

  8. Thomas Chapman Barros-Wing

    I always wonder why you still choose Lore of Steel when you usually recommend Lifesteal sets for dungeons and clan boss (for so many champions)–do you globally think the tiny bonus you get for your one 2-piece set (usually Speed, Life, or Accuracy) from Lore of Steel outweighs the chance to get a cooldown reduction from Cycle of Magic (for example) or turn meter reduction from Evil Eye (which you HAVE chosen here, but on other champions often do not)? Or, on the other hand, do you think it’s just easier to show that than to make a separate chart for the case where you use a Lifesteal set every time? Curious to hear your thinking on this.

  9. GreyknightV6

    Her campaign game is immense, I think 4 star is harsh.

  10. Kemenanga

    I think you could make an argument for giving her the defense and support trees. You give her Steadfast, Lay on hands, Healing Savior, Cycle of Magic, Then Lasting Gifts and Sniper in the Support tree. Then, in the defense tree, go, Defiant, Rejuvenation, Blast-proof, Bloodthirst, Shadow Heal, Then Delay Death, Harvest Despair, Cycle of Revenge, then Fearsome Presence.

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  12. OrcLadyConnoisseur

    I put her in Relentless (~210 speed to guarantee two turns to enemy’s one), and have her with hybrid damage gear/masteries. In my opinion she is best served with Warmaster as her T6 mastery overall (unless you plan to use her exclusively in PvP), with support as the other tree hitting all the usual suspects. The only way I think you could justify Fearsome Presence in lieu of WM as @BhaltairX suggests is if she is your one & ONLY CC champ in dungeons; which I don’t think she should or even will be in anything approaching high level dungeon content.

  13. BhaltairX

    I disagree with your Mastery Choice to go Offense: Even in Top Gear her damage is negligible, and therefore she should have DEF + Support Masteries. Your Support Mastery Choices are solid.
    On Defense I would go all the way down to Fearsome Presence: 5% higher Chance to land her Stuns – where she already has 2x 35% chances to land on her A2 – greatly increases her chances to land them. Very useful against Spiderlings, Dungeons groups and in Arena. On the way down I would pick up Harvest of Despair instead of the usual Delay Death: a Leech can help top off some needing Champions, especially in Spider.

  14. Ayumilove Post author

    @Kuppz: I have not tested Scyl of the Drakes yet, so won’t be able to tell if Regeneration Set complements with her skills well.

  15. Kuppz

    How do you think she’d do in a 4x Regeneration 2x Immortal set? I already have a maxed out one on my Jizoh that I’m thinking of giving to her when I finally get my first lego!

  16. Ayumilove Post author

    @BamBamBara: I obtained those storyline from Plarium’s official website and their Facebook page.

  17. fengod

    i got her from a Shard, tried to max her out and she worked out wonderful. I believe she’s good with decent crit/crit dmg (mine was around 100% each). She helped me progress in all 4 Dungeons, now i can safely auto 17 and higher Dungeons, before that i was stuck at 13-15. Also her and Altan help me getting the 5 star chickens from Nightmare campaigns.

  18. androgamer

    @Empero, she is guaranteed after 180 days, BUT she is very good, 2 of her with the passive heal and increase speed, a3 revive/ally protect, a2 aoe stun, a1 decrease turn meter will give you great control and survivability in all dungeons and faction wars, even arena with 2 aoe stuns and maybe clan boss with 2 revive/ally protect and passive heals/speed so you can use different gear sets not just life steel (toxic, relentless, reflex ….)

  19. Empero

    Drew this one in an ancient crystal on the day of the update. Maxed her out as well as I could (f2p) she packs a nice punch, and the air healing is pretty amazing tbh – helped me push through to nightmare campaign :D

  20. BamBamBara

    Hi Ayumi! Please can you let me know where I find the descriptions for each Champion? Hope you can help! Bara :)