Shaman | Raid Shadow Legends

Raid Shadow Legends Shaman Skill Mastery Equip Guide


NAME: Shaman
ROLE: Support
USABILITY: Situational
TOMES: 14 (A3)



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Blessings Recommendation

Cruelty (Debuffer)
Survival Instinct (Tank)


★★★✰✰ 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

Shaman Skills

Dispelling Blow
Attacks 1 enemy. Has a 25% chance of removing 1 random buff from the target.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Damage +5%
Level 4: Buff/Debuff Chance +5%
Level 5: Buff/Debuff Chance +5%
Damage Multiplier: 4.2 ATK

Exploit Weakness (Cooldown: 4 turns)
Attacks 1 enemy. Places a 15% [Increase C.RATE] buff on all allies for 2 turns.
Level 2: Damage +5%
Level 3: Damage +5%
Level 4: Damage +10%
Level 5: Cooldown -1
Damage Multiplier: 5.1 ATK

Recall (Cooldown: 7 turns)
Revives an ally with 50% of their HP. Places a [Shield] buff on the target equal to 20% of the target’s HP.
Level 2: Cooldown -1
Level 3: Cooldown -1

Increases Ally DEF in Faction Crypts by 23%.

Shaman Build Guide

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

Recommended Artifacts

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

Stats Allocation

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

Stats Priority

Buffer: RES, SPD, HP%, DEF%
Buffer & Debuffer: ACC, RES, SPD, HP%, DEF%

Shaman Mastery Guide

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

Raid Shadow Legends Shaman Skill Mastery Equip Guide


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


  1. Steadfast
  2. Shieldbearer
  3. Rapid Response
  4. Lore of Steel
  5. Cycle of Magic
  6. Lasting Gifts
  7. Spirit Haste

Shaman Champion Lore

Orcs have always been known as beings of strong emotion, a fact that other peoples sometimes struggle to appreciate. Aware of this, the wisest Orc leaders seek the aid of a caste that have grown as the influence of other races has become more prominent in Orc culture over the centuries. Though calling themselves the Shamans, a title used by peoples throughout Teleria, these Orcs are different than others known as such for they have a skillset unique to their kind — mastering their strong emotions and channel them into sorcerous energies. Their self-control and wisdom has seen them acting as advisors for the Orc clan leaders of Peltas in particular, many of whom struggle to find common ground with other peoples who do not appreciate the forcefulness of Orc emotions and view their race as unpredictable and aggressive.

The Shamans in particular put emphasis on harnessing what they saw as specific positive emotions, such as determination, courage, and hopefulness, believing they could lead their kindred to a higher plane of enlightenment if these became dominant characteristics of the Orc mindset. However, the caste split with members who believed that only by accessing the full range of emotions, including anger and hate, could Orcs reach their full potential. This breakaway faction called themselves the Seers and, while they began as rivals, the two groups soon came to work together, joining a third faction of Orc spiritualists, the Bonekeepers. Shamans, Seers, and Bonekeepers remain as magically-adept advisors in many of the more traditionalist clans.

In recent times, one Shaman in particular has risen to prominence among the caste, Valga Redmane. She and her two sisters, Vorag and Enga, each displayed magical aptitude from an early age, but divergence in their natures saw them bound for different paths. Valga, who was courageous, fiery, and good-natured, earned the favor of the local Shaman while Vorag — quiet, calculating, and ruthless – attracted the attention of her clan’s Seers. Enga, quiet and morbid even as a child, came to the attention of the Bonekeepers. The triplets took oaths to the separate castes, and were thus divided.

Valga served for some years as the Shaman advisor to the Orc chieftain Skaldran, until his assassination by Dark Elves who blamed him for the recent torching of a part of the eastern reaches of Durham Forest by Orc raiders. Falling out of favor with the rest of the clan after Skaldran’s death, Valga hired out her magics and her knowledge, working as the unlikely advisor to the Kaerok lord, Stonetower. While many in Stonetower’s domain complained about the presence of an Orc in a position of power, Valga proved herself when she healed the noble’s son from a deadly bout of bog fever.

Valga’s loyalty and abilities were proven again when she negotiated the withdrawal of a migrating Ogryn tribe from Stonetower’s territory without recourse to bloodshed, and when she led an extended series of bargaining that saw Dwarf merchants from Gloomdeep Hold establish a trading outpost within the province.

Despite her talents and wisdom, some still question Valga’s motives for remaining in Human-dominated Kaerok, where she continues to suffer the ire of both commoners and other nobles who do not share Stonetower’s views. There are claims she is actually searching Kaerok and wider Anhelt for her sisters. Her ambition is to reunite with them so they might combine their power, each learning the ways and secrets of the others to create a trio of monumentally powerful and enlightened Orc sorceresses.

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41 thoughts on “Shaman | Raid Shadow Legends

  1. Dogarr

    Got her on day 7.

  2. Dogarr

    She is showing on my 7 day reward, I’ll know tomorrow if they give her to me.

  3. Dregn_Ryder

    Is no longer obtainable via the 7th day login. You now get an ancient shard instead. Perhaps better?

  4. Humin Bee-ungh

    I awakened Shaman and decided to go for the Commanding Presence blessing; is this optimal or is there a better blessing for Shaman?

    I’m a new-ish player but I’ve been lucky to pull some good champions, including Gorgorab, so I don’t really use Shaman except for faction wars and sometimes magic keep. I also want to try her on Grythion when I get to that. 🙂

    My only concern is, since I’m barely using her, should pick something more niche, targeted to specific content? e.g.: Carapace or Dark Resolve for the faction wars boss, or Iron Will for those few occasions in arena where she might actually be useful, or something else…?

  5. Kerry

    Paired with Scyl of the Drakes make an awesome duo for campaign

  6. Garrett O'Brien

    This is definitely not the optimal build for Shaman. I found a better build on another site. Please update this.

  7. Keith Echeman

    Where’s clan boss mastries and gear, guess I’ll go to other raid guide

  8. Shawn C Merrill

    Why don’t you have dungeon or class or Doom Tower artifacts?

  9. Toetag

    @Sphandor You were using Seer, not Shaman. Same model but different colors.

  10. Sphandor

    ah its ok its not shaman just looks like her

  11. Sphandor

    Does shaman have a hidden skill – it might be called clan banner ? I just saw it in faction wars in the high elf crypt stage 9.

  12. robert ward

    is shaman still available for free as a log in reward? I love her abilities. and really need her rivive skill, she is extremely helpful in early and mid game, as all other revivers are nearly impossible to get.

  13. Slayer

    I have a couple of Shaman, one kitted out with Regeneration and Divine Offense. She seems to last quite well in her own right and can revive several team mates several times in a fight. A very useful member of a team especially if you are raising lower levels up to 60 to give them experience, as she keeps them alive and in the fight.

  14. Martz307

    I equipped my Shaman with Retalitation set and divine off and shes pretty good. Shes a good support and retalitain guarants some extra hits.

  15. Cevrial

    Shaman looks good for Griffon. She’s one of the few champs that revive without filling turn meter. This is good because turn meter fills also fill griffons. Her heal on the revive is great too with 50% and 20% shield, it should be enough to hold her up until another heal is cast if you’re running multiple healers and revivers.

  16. Pir

    @Ayumilove — small error: she requires only 10 tomes, not 14.

    @Lobear66 — specific gear recommendations always depend on your team, like, do you have a healer, or somebody who applies Leech? Then you probably don’t need Lifesteal Gear, which otherwise you might consider for boss fights.

    @John — There are fusions in the game where you can sacrifice several specific champions to get a better one. You really only need to concern yourself with the permanent ones; most fusions you’ll see listed here are past ones and only relevant for historical interest, since so far Plarium has never repeated a fusion. For the permanent fusion of Rhazin Scarhide, for example, you need an extra Gnarlhorn (who is otherwise very useful in Faction Wars). It all depends on which characters you also use in regular gameplay; you might not need 2 Skullsworns if you don’t ever use him, you can just sacrifice one for the fusion. Outside of fusions it can be useful to have more than one of a champion so you can gear them for specific tasks — you could use one Kael for Clan Boss and one as campaign farmer. 2 High Khatuns can be useful as speed leads for Tag Team Arena, 2 Maneasters make up part of an unkillable Clan Boss team, etc.

  17. Lobear66

    Any update to her gear for dungeon, clan boss,?

  18. Haysar

    On the upper right hand side, you can select the language you would like this page to be shown!

  19. John

    I still don’t understand why the game says “This champion can be used to fuse or something” other than collecting shards I still can’t find information on why do I need 2 Ehlaine’s ? Or two of anything

  20. Bruno

    Love ur guides,but you should put a language translator,to translate to others language
    I don’t know English so I need to translate all to Portuguese.
    Thx and keep doing a great job ❤

  21. Vicente

    You really need to implement some compare function for stats/skills. Should be relatively easy to add but will gain a lot of finctionality … like atm I am comparing the Shaman to Old Jorrg and keep going between pages to compare stats lol.
    Just my 2 cents.

  22. edward J roberts

    i have a 4 set of shield and doing just fine til i get gear for her

  23. Joey Boucher

    As a beginner in my time with Raid shadow legends shamans got me out of trouble quite a bit . Yes Grinner could do a better job but two of these champs With a healer can save your round. When one of these champions are struggling and does die shaman has a really high def and can take less damage to help your team out

  24. TheFewl

    Does her revive count as a heal? Would it benefit from Lay On Hands mastery?

  25. BilliBill

    3 Speed Set means that all 6 artefacts are from the speed set, one set are 2 artefacts.

    Speed set weapon, speed set helmet, speed set shield, speed set gauntlets, speed set chestplate and speed set boots.


  26. Player

    So I’m kind of new to this game and my brother suggested this website to help. When you mean 3 speed set I know you mean armour but what about the 2 other armour set. What do I put.

  27. Tom Chapman Barros-Wing

    Shaman still seems quite useful in Faction Wars, even if you’re finding she’s useless everywhere else. The higher you go up in the end game, the more champions end up specializing in very few applications–which means that it matters less and less how situational any given champion is, and these randos end up becoming crucial. Most of my champions are now only used in one dungeon, one crypt, or one type of arena team–but that’s great, because I can really tailor them to THAT position.

    So for early- and mid-game players who are finding Shaman (or Painkeeper or High Khatun or Ironclad or Broadmaw or Ultimate Galek or Seer or Valla or Hordin etc. etc.) underwhelming in most of the game–just hang on to them. You might find they have their perfect use even as you start to fill out with dozens of legendaries that you use everywhere. Still, you can dominate most areas of the game and find that you’re lacking an Orc reviver, or a Force Affinity buff stealer, or who knows what–and some of these weirdos will be perfect for that. Bad-El can’t carry you EVERYWHERE.

  28. Spam

    Chofly have a good video about Shaman

  29. Ayumilove Post author

    @Lady Arachne: It depends on your team setup. If you have a decent healer in the team, you can opt for a Speed Set build for Shaman rather than Lifesteal Set. I have re-updated Shaman’s rating on Magic Keep from 5 to 4 star because her success rate for removing enemy buff is pretty low. I have a Gorograb fully maxed skills and his A1 that has higher success rate than Shaman, also had some difficult moments to remove it. I believe it would be twice as hard to get the buff being removed with odds below 50%.

  30. richard poor

    Magic Keep is her lone 5 star rating. Doesn’t this indicate that you would want a specialty build for that dungeon? In the Magic Keep wouldn’t her main goal be to remove buffs from the boss? If so wouldn’t accuracy be a priority stat?

  31. Lady Arachne

    Curious… She is marked as 5* in Magic Keep, but no gear build listed for Boss and Dungeons?
    Is it still just Speed x3 (unlikely) or the more usual Speed + Lifesteal for the Magic Keep build?

  32. Ayumilove Post author

    @Prime Fenris: Shaman is still quite useful for Faction Wars as a reviver when dealing difficult enemies who can inflict very heavy damage that can critically knock out your champions.

  33. DrCarla

    Thanks for all your help on Shaman as well as all my other aspects of my game play, character builds, etc…I love AYUMILOVE.NET and could not play without you.
    OBTW, I agree with Crypton below. It is only early days for me but preparing teams with the idea that my Shaman will not be a part from ~ mid-game forward.

  34. Ayumilove Post author

    @Jeff Tuttle: Thanks for your feedback! I’ll make the necessary amendment to enable players to view the ranking in the Overview stats.

  35. Logan

    thanks for the mastery on shaman

  36. Snugboat

    The reason people say she’s bad is the fact that each aspect of her kit can be done better and with less investment by a rare champion. The prime example is Grinner, who has a more useful buff AND it’s on his A1, his revive is the same as Shaman’s but 1 turn lower cooldown, and he has buff removal plus AoE for his A2. The only place he’s behind her is damage scaling (ATK and CDMG stats).

    For the more specific functions that individual rares do better… If you want to strip buffs, Ogryn Jailer or Mystic Hand have more tools. If you want critical rate, Hexweaver has it plus speed on the same cooldown when booked. Haruspex and Reliquary Tender have a revive that’s arguably better because it gives turn meter as well. Add in the fact that epic skill books are so hard to come by and it’s obvious why Shaman gets all the hate she does.

    Of course Shaman has some situations where she’s useful (as with nearly any other champion). It’s just a question of if she’s the best choice to occupy a slot, to which the answer is almost always “no”.


    From my experience Shaman is one of the best support champions for beginners. I am still beginner – 58 days of playing and achieved l. 50 and can frankly say that I was lucky to got her. It is important what artefacts you are using with her, what skills she’s got unlocked and what other champions are in the same team. Every battle requires diferent set up, diferent champions. For one battle she is perfect, for another you may need to replace her with another champion. It’s quite hard to say that one champion is good or useless. It always depends on situation and circumstances.

  38. Prime Fenris

    I started 8 days ago to play! I like the game, but i strugle with artifacts and champs… soo far I use recommending artifacts! I got yesterday shaman, have her now on 33 lvl, and im not much happy with her! I mean, bassicly she brings back one champ, and thats all cool about her! I have High Elves support (Rare) rank 4 40 lvl, that seems to be much smarter choice!

  39. MyopicRhino

    To pile on to the previous comments, it does seem odd that she’s rated as bad when she’s rated as 4 or 5 stars in nearly every category.

  40. Kevmeister68

    I agree with other poster. Rating Shaman as “bad” without any description of why makes it difficult to know whether to trust this information or not, and also whether the information is even applicable to different kinds if players or playing styles.

  41. Jeff Tuttle

    Why not put their overall tier ranking in with the other Overview stats? For instance, the Shaman is ranked as Bad, as opposed to Good, Godlike, etc. Would be helpful to see Tier Ranking in the Overview section without having to go to a list for everyone when you may just be looking up one particular Champion.