Learning how to beat Dreadhorn in Raid Shadow Legends is critical to getting through the Doom Tower. Bommal the Dreadhorn is part of rotation three in the Doom Tower, and he’s not easy to get past – especially if you don’t know what you’re doing.
Knowing Dreadhorn’s abilities helps you avoid quick KOs, and there are things you can do to make sure you’re surviving and able to hit as hard as you can.Dreadhorn has several abilities that can take your team out.
Knowing what he can and can’t do, along with the cooldowns, can help you plan out your battle strategy. Dreadhorn’s abilities may seem scary, but there are ways to get around them.
Dreadhorn’s Passive Abilities
Almighty Immunity makes him immune to Block Active Skills, Block Passive Skills, Fear, Freeze, Provoke, Sleep, Stun, and True Fear along with any HP balancing or exchanging effects and cooldown increase effects.
Almighty Persistence makes it so that all Turn Meter reducing effects are only half effective against him.
Almighty Strength makes it so that skills that scale on enemy max HP only scale for 10% of his overall HP.
Pressure Wave makes it so that any time a debuff is put on Dreadhorn, a bomb is placed on the Champion who placed the debuff. This also makes it so that Dreadhorn takes 300% more damage from bombs.
Dreadhorn’s Attacking Abilities
Ruinous Crush is the main ability that allows him to attack all enemies while also triggering any HP burns on enemies and decreasing any bomb debuff countdowns.
Dread Minions gives Dreadhorn a 50% attack increase while also summoning two new enemies and summons a new enemy every turn Dreadhorn has. It has a 5 turn cooldown.
Magma Flood attacks all enemies and gives them HP burn for three turns. Champions affected will also take 100% more damage from the burn that scales with each bomb they have on them.
Rain of Bombs attacks all enemies after removing any buffs on them. It also puts a bomb on them and places extra bombs for every buff that was removed from the ability.
The Best Way to Prepare to Fight Dreadhorn
There are a few major things you’ll want to do before fighting Dreadhorn, and some of them just require a bit of stat maneuvering.
First, focus on bringing Champions along that can help your team’s stats. With things like Increase Accuracy buffs and Decrease Accuracy debuffs, you can use artifacts that benefit you in other areas, such as HP or attack. With that being said, make sure you’re giving your Champions more HP instead of more defense. The bombs ignore the defense stat, so it’s wasted on this particular fight.
Be careful about bringing too many debuff abilities to the battle – in general, the Decrease Accuracy debuff is probably the only one you’ll want to use to try and protect your team without giving Dreadhorn too much of an advantage. Be especially careful with turn meter debuffs since they’ll spawn additional enemies.
How to Beat Dreadhorn in Raid Shadow Legends
There are quite a few different things to know about how to beat Dreadhorn in Raid Shadow Legends. The biggest is how to make his health bar go from 100 to zero as quickly as possible.
While Dreadhorn’s immune to a lot of different debuffs because of his Almighty Immunity passive, he’s not immune to poison. Utilizing multiple poison Champions can help whittle his health down so you can focus on using abilities that keep your team alive.
While using buffs that keep your team alive can be difficult, you can try to avoid this by having Champions on your team that have high resist stats so that the buffs actually stay on. You can also use things like Freeze or Stun abilities on the enemies that Dreadhorn summons, which is a great way to keep them from hurting your team too bad.
All in all, beating Dreadhorn can be a tough challenge. However, the more you know about his abilities and the best things to do, the easier it will be to beat him.
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