LOTR Rise to War Legolas Guide and Build

LOTR Rise to War Legolas Guide and Build

Rarity:
Tier 2

Specialties:
Warrior
Special

Stats:
Might: 90+1.8xLVL
Speed: 82+1.64xLVL
Focus: 77+1.54xLVL

Race:
Elf

Legolas is a mid-tier Commander with above-average Speed and Focus stats and average Might. Legolas is also one of the Elven race’s most recognizable characters from LOTR lore and folklore. Legolas is a Tier 2 Commander, and the first thing you should notice and acknowledge is his base trait, “Warrior.” The “Warrior” trait grants Legolas +25 (Commander) Might, +2 Skill points, and a 10% (Commander) Physical damage bonus.

“Might ” is Legolas’ highest stat. Physical damage dealt to enemy units and the commander may be increased. When your Commander levels up, you will gain a skill point to spend in their skill tree. In Legolas’ skill tree, there are four main skills and thus four different focus points, which we will discuss here.

It’s worth noting that each of these four main skills is linked to two additional skills that you’ll gain access to after leveling up the main skill to level 2. On Commander Respect level 0, you will have two main skills to begin with.

Legolas is one of many Tier 2 commanders from good side in LOTR Rise To War same as Gandalf and Balin.

Respect level 0 Build

Greenleaf” is the first of two starting main skills. When the “Greenleaf” skill is active, it deals +% Physical damage to the enemy with the lowest HP. Furthermore, at the maximum level of the “Greenleaf” skill, enemy targets will be debuffed and deal -50 % damage.

This is a good skill against a single enemy (ideally enemy Commander). It’s worth noting that the “Greenleaf” skill is referred to as a “title” rather than a “skill,” which means that once unlocked and equipped with a skill point, it will act as a passive skill. This skill has a two-round cooldown.

As previously stated, when you level up the “Greenleaf” skill to level 2, you will unlock two additional skills that you can level up. These two abilities are as follows:

  • Attack Vitals: (Against a single enemy target) deals percent Physical damage with a + percent chance of dealing additional percent Physical damage. This ability has a one-round cooldown.
  • Mirkwood ambush: (Round 1) Deals a single percent Physical or Poison damage.

The cooldown for this skill is two rounds. Both this skill tree and the second skill tree should be your primary focus in the early game, and we strongly advise you to max out at least one of them.

The percentage of naturally effective stats increases as you level up addressed skills.

The second main skill is “Grey Elf,” which grants all allies a + percent chance of avoiding damage. This skill is extremely useful to have at the start of a battle, and you should definitely invest some points in it to gain that extra evasiveness in early game fights.

It’s worth noting that the “Grey Elf” skill is referred to as a “title” rather than a “skill,” which means that once unlocked and equipped with a skill point, it will act as a passive skill. Furthermore, at the highest level of “Grey Elf,” “Legolas will gain an additional +15 Speed. Although it is not an ideal bonus because Legolas’ main stat is Might, it is still a very useful Speed boost. When you level up “Grey Elf” to level 2, you will gain access to two new skills:

  • Shield Practice: (Ranged units) The amount of damage received is – percent. Extra damage mitigation is a very useful skill.
  • Deadeye: (Ranged units) Damage +%. Needless to say, these two skills would be fantastic if you used ranged units, but they are useless for everything else.

The percentage of naturally effective stats increases as you level up addressed skills.

Respect level 3 Build

When you reach Legolas’s Respect level 3, you will be able to unlock and level up his third main skill, “Elven Prince.” “When Elven Prince is active, Normal attacks have a + percent chance to deal additional percent Physical damage. This is a skill tree to focus on in the middle game and progress through until the end game.

It’s worth noting that the “Elven Prince” skill is referred to as a “title” rather than a “skill,” which essentially means that once unlocked and equipped with a skill point, it will act as a passive skill. These stats increase as you level up the skill, just like any other main skill. Legolas will receive a bonus +15 Might points when he reaches the maximum level of his “Elven Prince” skill. When you level up “Elven Prince” to level 2, you will gain access to two new skills:

  • Heart Seeker: (Against the enemy target with the lowest HP) Deals % Physical damage once. This ability has a one-round cooldown.
  • Dual Blows: (This Commander) has a % chance of attacking twice per round.

It is strongly advised to max out Elven Prince, and if necessary, reset skill points if you have too many in “Grey Elf” and spend them in this main skill plus “HeartSeeker.”

The percentage of naturally effective stats increases as you level up addressed skills.

Respect level 5 Build

Finally, after reaching Legolas’s Respect level 5, you will be able to unlock and level up his fourth main skill, “Dwarf-friend,” which will grant a + percent Damage buff to all allied Melee units from round 5 onwards. Unless you want to build Ranged units, this should be your priority in late game.

These stats increase as you level up the skill, just like any other main skill. When you reach the maximum level of the “Dwarf-friend” skill, the buff will take effect from round 4 onwards. It’s worth noting that the “Dwarf-friend” skill is referred to as a “title” rather than a “skill,” which means that once unlocked and equipped with a skill point, it will function as a passive skill. When you level up “Dwarf-friend” to level 2, you will gain access to two new skills:

  • Friendly Relations: (Elves and Dwarves) Damage inflicted. Another useful skill for damage mitigation that can be combined with “Shield Training.”
  • Protect Elves: (Dwarf unit with the highest Defense) Protects all Elven units and Defense +%. If you have a heavy tank Dwarf unit, this is the best option.

The percentage of naturally effective stats increases as you level up addressed skills.

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