Are you interested in learning more about the mastery Lore of Steel in Raid Shadow Legends? Well, you’ve come to the right place. In this post, we will be going over the Raid Shadow Legends Lore Of Steel mastery, how it works, and if you should use it.
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What Is Lore Of Steel In Raid Shadow Legends?
Lore of Steel in Raid Shadow Legends is a champion mastery located in the support tree. It increases the base stat set bonuses of all artifact sets that increase base stats by 15%. This increase is multiplicative, not additive.
Your champion must be star rank four to get it, and you must have unlocked a mastery in the tier before it. Lore of Steel is located on the 4th tier in the support tree and costs 120 advanced scrolls to unlock.
How Lore Of Steel Works In Raid Shadow Legends
The mastery works exactly as it says and will only increase set bonuses that increase character stats through a 15% multiplicate increase. Lore of Steel applies to HP, attack, defense, speed, crit rate, crit damage, resistance, and accuracy. It does not apply to healing or shield bonuses you get from sets.
So, for example, if you had a Divine Life set on your character with the Lore of Steel mastery, it would increase the HP 15% set bonus, but not the 15% HP shield for three turns due to it not being a basic stat.
The bonus is +15% of the base % modifier(15% of 15% = 2.25%). So LoS would increase the HP set bonus on the Divine Life set to 17.25%. That’s obviously not a huge increase, but it’s a % increase, and it does add up.
Should You Use Lore Of Steel In Raid Shadow Legends?
Whether or not you should use the Lore of Steel mastery on your character in Raid Shadow Legends depends entirely on what artifact sets you plan to use. For example, a character with only basic sets like speed and offense would make great use of the mastery. While a character using a stun set or a lifesteal set would not get any value from the mastery and would be better off getting something else with their mastery point.
Before doing your masteries, you should know what sets you will use on your character because even if you are allowed one free mastery reset, you don’t want to use it on something like this. If you plan to switch between a couple of different artifact sets on your character, you should consider how many of those sets will get value from Lore of Steel.
If you are still unsure if you should use Lore of Steel on your champion, you should look for a mastery guide on your specific champion. In addition, there are lots of guides from members of the community that you can take a look at and get an idea of what you should do.
So there you have it, everything you need to know about the Raid Shadow Legends Lore of Steel mastery. You should now understand how it works and if you should use it on your champion.
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