Raid Shadow Legends Taunt buff reigns supreme as it compels one’s opponent to target the champion having the Taunt buff. It works in reverse of Provoke debuff mechanics, but still achieves the same goal of crowd-controlling enemies! However, there are several intricate rules that demand attention when utilizing this particular advantage.
How Taunt buff works?
- Firstly, it is best to keep the number of taunts to a minimum, as having multiple taunts on your team will expose any champion with a Taunt buff to being targeted.
- Secondly, the taunt buff is superseded by Provoke debuff, as it takes precedence over taunt when an opponent is provoked by another champion.
- Thirdly, when a single Taunt buff and a Veil buff are present, the taunt buff will take precedence, ensuring that any target with both buffs will still be targeted.
- Lastly, when multiple taunts are present, the champion without a veil will be prioritized. It is important to note that taunt buffs cannot be extended in duration or spread to multiple allies, but they can be stolen, or removed, and their duration can be decreased.
- Accuracy stats is not required to taunt the enemies using this Taunt buff.
If a Champion is under a Taunt buff, enemies can only target that Champion. If there are several Champions under a Taunt buff on the same team, enemies can target any of the Taunting Champions.