Artifact sets are a big part of Raid Shadow Legends and it’s important to know what each one does and which ones are good.
In this article, we will let you know everything you need to know about the Raid Shadow Legends immunity set including what is, how it works, how to get it, and which champions to put it on.
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What Is The Immunity Set In Raid Shadow Legends?
The immunity set in Raid Shadow Legends is a 4-piece artifact set that gives the wearer a block debuff buff for 2 turns at the start of every battle. Block Debuff is a buff that makes the champion immune to all debuffs except decrease turn meter.
The only other artifact set similar to this one is the untouchable set which gives the buff as well as +40 resist. It’s just straight-up better than the immunity set, but it’s also much harder to come by.
Does The Immunity Set Stack In Raid Shadow Legends?
The immunity set in Raid Shadow Legends can not be stacked. You can only have one immunity set bonus on a champion due to this set being a 4 piece. There are only 6 potential immunity artifact slots on a champion, so there are just not enough slots to stack it.
In theory, if you could stack it, it would only increase the number of turns you have the block debuff buff on your champion. While this potentially could be useful in some niche situations it would overall be one of the worst sets to stack. Thankfully, you don’t even have to make the decision of whether to stack it or not because it’s just not possible in Raid at the moment.
How To Get The Immunity Set In Raid Shadow Legends
You can get the immunity set from the Fire Knights Castle dungeon in Raid Shadow Legends. This is the only way to get this set currently. The best stage to farm the immunity set is stage 20 of Fire Knight. Stage 20 provides the highest quality artifact gear and is the hardest stage of the dungeon.
Ideally, you would want to wait to spend a lot of energy farming dungeons like Fire Knight until you can beat the higher stages. Stage 20 is the most energy-efficient stage for farming the immunity set and you don’t want to waste too much energy on stages that don’t even give the best quality gear.
Is The Immunity Set Good In Raid Shadow Legends?
The immunity set is considered to be a top-tier set for use in the arena. By putting this set on one or multiple of your champions you can make sure they are not crowd controlled out of a fight. This set is especially useful when you know you are going to be running a team with slow speed. It makes going second in the arena much less of a risk.
Other than the arena the immunity set has very limited to no use cases. It’s almost exclusively an arena artifact set. You won’t find much use for it in campaign, dungeons, doom tower, or faction wars. There may be some niche cases where it is viable in PVE content, but overall this is not the case.
Best Champions For The Immunity Set In Raid Shadow Legends
The best champions for the immunity set are going to be immunity cleansers. An immunity cleanser champion with this set can resist all the debuffs and crowd control from the enemy teams’ first turn and then cleanse their own team. Allowing you to build an arena team around going second.
A champion like Hakkorhn Smashlord, an S tier immunity cleanser, is one of the best champions for the immunity set in Raid Shadow Legends. However, you don’t have to put this set on only immunity cleansers, you put this set on pretty much anyone you don’t want to get hit with stuns, sleeps, or any other crowd control abilities.
That is everything you need to know about the immunity artifact set in Raid Shadow Legends. It’s one of the most sought-after sets in the game for the arena and as you climb the ranks you will start to see more and more of your opponents equipped with it. If you want to compete at the top of the arena tiers you will need to have your fair share of good immunity artifacts.
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