Bambus Fourleaf Fusion Guide
Published On: September 28, 2023
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Bambus Fourleaf Fusion Guide – Raid Shadow Legends

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Welcome to the Bambus Fourleaf Fusion Guide, a brand new Legendary Champion from the Skinwalkers Faction.

In this guide, we will provide you with all the information necessary to complete the Fusion Event and get your hands on this brand-new Champion.

Make sure to check back daily for our Bambus Fourleaf Fusion Guide daily updates!

Bambus Fourleaf Fusion Type: Traditional

Bambus is a Traditional Fusion, rather than a Fragment Collector Event – this means instead of collecting Fragments to Fuse Bambus, we will be collecting 16 Rare Champions, in order to fuse 4 Epic Champions – Once these have been collected and ranked up to Rank 5 – Level 50, you can fuse your copy of Bambus.

These Champions will be collected by completing Fusion Events and Tournaments, they’ll be rewarded for specific Point Milestones, with no benefit for finishing higher in your Tournament Brackets, unlike Fragment Collectors.

Rares will need to be levelled to Rank 4 – Level 40, fully ascended, and Epics will need to be Rank 5 – Level 50, fully ascended.

One of the key differences between Traditional and Fragment Collectors is the time limit, you will NEED to Fuse Bambus before the timer runs out, or else you’ll be unable to collect him, whereas with Fragment Collectors you can wait on collecting until a future Champion Chase Tournament or Clan vs Clan Tournament.

Traditional Fusion Requirements

With Champion Levelling and Ascending playing a key role in these Fusions, here is a breakdown of what you will need.

The Champions involved in the fusion are:

To Rank these to the required level you will need:

  • 48x Rank 3 Chickens
  • 16x Rank 4 Chickens

To Ascend the champions you will need:

Affinity Lesser Greater Superior
Arcane 80 108 12
Void 40 64 0
Force 40 84 6
Magic 40 64 0
Spirit 40 84 6

Initial thoughts on Bambus Fourleaf

Bambus stands out as an extraordinary champion, possessing a distinctive trait that sets him apart from the rest. Upon his release, he became the sole champion in the game capable of inflicting the newly introduced Enfeeble debuff, a feat previously exclusive to the Shogun. This unique ability holds immense power within the arena, as it compels foes to weaken their attacks when targeting Bambus. However, it’s essential to note that this debuff cannot affect bosses.

Furthermore, Bambus joins the elite ranks of champions with the ability to amplify Shield buffs. With his A2 skill, for every reduction in the enemy’s buff duration, he augments the shield of all allies by 2%. This potential for growth can reach astonishing levels, particularly when facing multiple adversaries. In addition to this, he bestows a Shield buff upon his allies and prolongs the duration of all buffs they possess.

However, Bambus’s exceptional powers come with a caveat. After each turn, he automatically places a Sleep debuff on himself, an action beyond anyone’s control. This unique passive condition serves a purpose, as it facilitates the transfer of debuffs to Bambus when he slumbers. If awakened, this colossal panda will redirect all the accumulated debuffs towards the enemy with the highest resistance, and no resistance can withstand this transfer.

This makes him an invaluable asset for absorbing and redirecting boss debuffs, but strategic positioning is vital. Placing Bambus too high in the team order risks the bosses awakening him prematurely.

Bambus’s exceptional and distinctive abilities demand thorough testing, and creative strategies will undoubtedly emerge. He is likely to shine in areas like the Hydra, where his A1 can slow down foes and his support abilities are of great use. However, it’s worth noting that his Enfeeble skill requires a significant amount of Accuracy and is susceptible to challenges posed by foes capable of cleansing debuffs or wearing Stoneskin or Immunity gear. Building him with adequate Accuracy, supplemented by his Increase Accuracy buff, becomes imperative in such scenarios.

Bambus Fourleaf Skills:

Bamboo Splinter

Attacks 1 enemy. Has a 50% chance of placing a 30% [Decrease SPD] debuff for 2 turns.
Will attack all enemies instead if the initial target is under 2 or more debuffs.
This attack has a 40% chance of placing a 30% [Decrease SPD] debuff for 2 turns.
Then places a [Sleep] debuff on this Champion for 1 turn. This debuff cannot be blocked or resisted.

  • Level 2 – Damage +10%
  • Level 3 – Damage +10%
  • Level 4 – Buff/Debuff Chance +10%
  • Level 5 – Buff/Debuff Chance +15%

Grovetender – Cooldown: 5 Turns

Attacks all enemies. Before attacking, places a [Shield] buff on all allies equal to 30% of their MAX HP for 2 turns. Also increases the duration of all buffs on all allies by 1 turn.
After attacking, has a 75% chance of decreasing the duration of all enemy buffs by 1 turn, even if the attack lands as a weak hit. Also increases the value of any [Shield] buffs on all allies by 2% for each enemy buff that had its duration decreased by this skill.
Then places a [Sleep] debuff on this Champion for 1 turn. This debuff cannot be blocked or resisted.

  • Level 2 – Damage +10%
  • Level 3 – Buff/Debuff Chance +10%
  • Level 4 – Buff/Debuff Chance +15%
  • Level 5 – Cooldown -1

Dream Sight – Cooldown: 5 Turns

Target an enemy.
First, places a 50% [Increase ACC] buff and a 50% [Increase ATK] buff on all allies for 2 turns.
Then, has a 75% chance of placing an [Enfeeble] debuff on the target enemy for 2 turns. The [Enfeeble] debuff cannot be placed on Bosses. Also has a 75% chance of placing a 50% [Decrease ACC] debuff on all enemies for 2 turns.
Finally, places a [Sleep] debuff on this Champion for 1 turn. This debuff cannot be blocked or resisted.

Sleeping Sage [Passive]

[Passive Effect]
Has a 50% chance of transferring any debuffs placed on an ally to this Champion while they are under a [Sleep] debuff. Will not transfer [Block Revive], [Stun], [Freeze], [Fear], [True Fear], [Provoke], and [Petrification] debuffs.
At the start of this Champion’s turn, remove any [Sleep] debuffs from this Champion.
[Active Effect]
Transfers all debuffs from this Champion to the enemy with the highest RES, if a [Sleep] debuff was removed from this Champion by this Champion’s passive skill. This effect cannot be resisted.

Aura

Increases Ally HP in all Battles by 25%.

Is Bambus Fourleaf worth going for?

We always recommend going for every Fusion if you have the resources to do so.

A clear-cut reason to go for Bambus is his unique Enfeeble debuff so he is great if you are able to go for this fusion because no other champion in the game has this ability other than a dungeon boss.

He is a great champion and should be obtained if you have the resources to do so.

Bambus Fourleaf Fusion Events

As part of the Bambus Fusion, we will also have two Summon Events in the Fusion Schedule, one of which will be a Champion Chase Tournament, whilst the other will be a Summon Rush Event.

  • Event Type(Summon Rush) – 2x Primal Shard & 10x Event – Friday 29th September
  • Event Type(Champ Chase) – Predicted 10x Event – Friday 6th October

To reduce the amount of time spent in Dungeon Tournaments, Plarium has started activating Super Raids for Fusion Events and this will be the case in the Bambus Fusion also, with the corresponding Super Raids lining up with their adjoining dungeon in the Fusion Calendar.

  • On Thursday, September 28th, we’re planning to enable Super Raids in the Dragon’s Lair.
  • On Sunday, October 1st, we’re planning to enable Super Raids in the Ice Golem’s Peak.
  • On Wednesday, October 4th, we’re planning to enable Super Raids in the Fire Knight’s Castle.
  • On Saturday, October 7th, we’re planning to enable Super Raids in the Spider’s Den.

As this contains a Summon Rush Event, you will need to plan ahead to determine if you can achieve this. We don’t know the exact point requirements for the summon rush so far but you will need to be prepared. Use our summon rush calculator below to see how many points you can currently earn.

Summon Rush Calculator

Use this calculator to see if you have enough shards for the fusion.

Input the number of shards you currently have to see how many points they are worth.

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Bambus Fourleaf Fusion Calendar

September 28th:

  • Dragon Tournament – 1x Petrifya Rockroot
  • Champion Training Tournament – 1x Selinia Nightcloak

September 29th:

  • Summon Rush Event – 1x Selinia Nightcloak & 1x Malkith Bloodflock
  • Dungeon Divers Event I – 1x Meatcarver Tolog

September 30th:

  • Classic Arena Takedown I – 1x Meatcarver Tolog
  • Artifact Enhancement Event I  – 1x Longsword Torrux

October 1st:

  • Ice Golem Tournament – 1x Meatcarver Tolog

October 3rd:

  • Dungeon Divers Event II – 1x Petrifya Rockroot

October 4th:

  • Artifact Enhancement Event II – 1x Meatcarver Tolog
  • Fire Knight Tournament – 1x Longsword Torrux

October 5th:

  • Champion Training Event – 1x Selinia Nightcloak

October 6th:

  • Champion Chase Tournament – 1x Selinia Nightcloak
  • Classic Arena Takedown II – 1x Longsword Torrux

October 7th:

  • Spider Tournament – 1x Petrifya Rockroot
  • Dungeon Divers Event III – 1x Longsword Torrux

October 8th:

  • Artifact Enhancement Event III – 1x Petrifya Rockroot
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The Fusion Tournaments and Event Points shown in our guide are calculated based on a MAX LEVEL account, however, please note that the points required may vary depending on your account progression, which may mean that you need significantly fewer points than what is displayed in our guide.

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Day 1:

New Events:

  • Dragon tournament – 2250 Points – Petrifya Rockroot
  • Champion Training Tournament – 5500 Points – Selina Nightcloak

The Fusion is just starting and we have Dragon to start with but they have given us Super Raids to achieve the goal quicker which is nice of Raid! We can’t double-dip our dungeon divers points until tomorrow so maybe start with the Champion Training Tournament if you are comfortable enough to do so.

For the Dragon Tournament, acquiring 2250 Points would typically work out as roughly 140 runs of stage 20, assuming the most unfavourable drops of 5* rare gear.

However, it’s important to note that this number may be substantially reduced based on your personal drop rates. This will consume approximately 2250 energy. It’s worth mentioning that running Hard Mode Dragon could further adjust these numbers, as the Mythical Artifact Drops offer an additional boost to your points.

There is a slight increase in points for the Selina Nightcloak but it is doable so make sure you have prepared for it!

To maximize your points, it is important to level up your chickens before using them as food. You can easily achieve this by adding some brews to the 4*/5* chickens before feeding them. This simple step will greatly assist you in achieving the necessary points to successfully complete the tournament.

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Day 2:

New Events:

  • Summon Rush Event – 2150/5400 Points – 1x Selina Nightcloak 1x Malkith Bloodflock
  • Dungeon Divers Event 1 – 3700 Points – 1x Meatcarver Tolog

With day 2 of the Fusion upon us, it’s time to make the ultimate choice – will you be pulling shards for a copy of the Epic Champion, Malkith Bloodflock, or will you just be going for the Rare – Selina Nightcloak – If you choose to go for the Epic Champion, you will be able to skip FOUR upcoming events, 1 for each rare Champion.

The Summon Rush Event lines up with a 2x Primal Shard Event and a 10x Boost for some Champions on the other shards, which you can read more about in our announcement article.

As for the Dungeon Divers Event, this lines up nicely with the Events that began yesterday, but will also overlap to the Ice Golem Tournament in a few days time.

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Day 3:

New Events:

  • Classic Arena Takedown I – 390 Points – 1x Meatcarver Tolog
  • Artifact Enhancement Event I – 4775 Points – 1x Longsword Torrux

For the Artifact Enhancement Event, you’ll need 4775 points. Here are some efficient methods to save silver while achieving this:

  1. If you previously upgraded your gear to levels 7, 11, or 15, spend silver to increase each piece by one level for quick and easy points.
  2. Another effective approach is to clear out your gear inventory. Upgrade items you may want to keep to observe their stats and sell those you don’t need. Refer to this helpful guide for more information.

As for the Arena Tournament, make sure to utilize all of your daily battles. Monitor your points closely and consider using 1 or 2 gem refills if necessary to reach your target points, depending on your arena tier and win rate. Prioritize winning fights and avoid using tokens on uncertain battles.

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Day 4:

New Events:

  • Ice Golem tournament – 2250 Points – Meatcarver Tolog

To get your hands on the rare from Ice Golem, it will take you around 140 runs of stage 20 based on the worst possible drops, of all 5* rare gear, of course, this figure can vary based on your drop rates and higher stages that you decide to farm. This will take ~2250 energy. This will also overlap with the back-end of the Dungeon Divers Event that is currently active.

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Day 6:

New Events:

  • Dungeon Divers Event – 3700 Points – 1x Petrifya Rockroot

To get the rare from this Dungeon Divers Event, you will want to use your energy to wrap up any existing events, ontop of these, tomorrow will be the start of the Fire Knight Tournament, which will be a great way to double-dip your points and complete this event.

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Day 7:

New Events:

  • Artifact Enhancement Event II – 4775 Points – 1x Meatcarver Tolog
  • Fire Knight Tournament – 2250 Points – 1x Longsword Torrux

For the Fire Knight Tournament, acquiring 2250 Points would typically work out as roughly 140 runs of stage 20, assuming the most unfavourable drops of 5* rare gear.

However, it’s important to note that this number may be substantially reduced based on your personal drop rates. This will consume approximately 2250 energy. It’s worth mentioning that running Hard Mode Fire Knight could further adjust these numbers, as the Mythical Artifact Drops offer an additional boost to your points.

And for the Artifact Enhancement Event, you’ll need 4775 points. Here are some efficient methods to save silver while achieving this:

  1. If you previously upgraded your gear to levels 7, 11, or 15, spend silver to increase each piece by one level for quick and easy points.
  2. Another effective approach is to clear out your gear inventory. Upgrade items you may want to keep to observe their stats and sell those you don’t need. Refer to this helpful guide for more information.
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Day 8:

New Events:

  • Champion Training Event – 7150 Points – 1x Selinia Nightcloak

To maximize your points, it is important to level up your chickens before using them as food. You can easily achieve this by adding some brews to the 4*/5* chickens before feeding them. This simple step will greatly assist you in achieving the necessary points to successfully complete the Event.

This is a great opportunity to begin to rank up the required Champions that you’ve collected for the Fusion to maximise efficiency during the Event, as otherwise you will need to use resources to do this at a later date.

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Day 9:

New Events:

  • Champion Chase Tournament – 3650 Points – 1x Selinia Nightcloak
  • Classic Arena Takedown II – 390 Points – 1x Longsword Torrux

It’s Ancients x2 Time!

Time to open up all of those Ancient Shards you’ve been saving for the Champion Chase Tournament, alternatively, if you’ve been holding off on any Fragment Champions, now is a great time to cash in as you can gain lots of Champion Chase Points by doing so!

As for the Arena Tournament, make sure to utilize all of your daily battles. Monitor your points closely and consider using 1 or 2 gem refills if necessary to reach your target points, depending on your arena tier and win rate. Prioritize winning fights and avoid using tokens on uncertain battles.

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Day 10:

New Events:

  • Spider Tournament – 2250 Points – 1x Petrifya Rockroot
  • Dungeon Divers Event – 3150 Points – 1x Longsword Torrux

We’re coming to the end of the Fusion with a Spider Tournament, Acquiring 2250 Points would typically work out as roughly 140 runs of stage 20, assuming the most unfavourable drops of 5* rare gear.

However, it’s important to note that this number may be substantially reduced based on your personal drop rates. This will consume approximately 2250 energy. It’s worth mentioning that running Hard Mode Ice Golem could further adjust these numbers, as the Mythical Artifact Drops offer an additional boost to your points.

And finally, the Dungeon Divers Event will be a perfect way to round off all unfinished events, use this time to farm Spider, and do whatever else you’ve got left to finish up to collect your final Fusion Champions, in order to fuse Bambus!

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LordBanshee
LordBanshee
8 months ago

Interesting. Since you need one copy of each of the 4 rares to make either of the epics, and you are able to gain an epic if you summon enough during Summon Rush, you then are able to completely ignore ALL 3 Dungeon Divers AND the Champ Chase. This could be the easiest fusion this year IF you can get that Summon Rush epic target.

Dr.Blech
Dr.Blech
8 months ago
Reply to  LordBanshee

That’s right. I am really happy, no dungeon divers grind!!

LordBanshee
LordBanshee
8 months ago
Reply to  Dr.Blech

I really needed Malkith for my horribad Knights Revenant FW team, so I will undertake the full grind.
He’s already making a difference in FW, so I’m happy Plarium set him up for us in this way.
Mercifully, we get to load Champ Training + two Typical Dungeons into each Dungeon Diver event, so not much extra should be needed on each. Wasn’t lucky enough to pull Rector Drath during Summon Rush, so… here we slog, again.

Sean Pahlke
Sean Pahlke
8 months ago
Reply to  LordBanshee

Good point. I may do the full fusion still even though I completed the summon rush for the extra Epic, as I to could use for FW team.

Sean Pahlke
Sean Pahlke
8 months ago

You need at least double those superior Potions. Haven’t even calculated the rest.

Xonak
Xonak
8 months ago

I will never understand how people ever get the summon or champion chase. I never have shards, I never get them, I don’t know what I’m doing wrong. I can get every other tournament/event for a fusion but I never even come remotely close to enough on summons.

Dr.Blech
Dr.Blech
8 months ago
Reply to  Xonak

Is your clan managing to kill UNM clan boss?

LordBanshee
LordBanshee
8 months ago
Reply to  Xonak

Get your Clan Boss teams to where they can 2-key UNM CB daily. Also 1-key NM CB daily. Really helps with shards. Also, I had two fusions of Relickeeper and one of Broadmaw ready to go, and I had 100 Dark Kael frags ready to go. Add to that the pair of the Epic fusions for Bambus, and I had 1600 points for ChampChase before cracking my first shard. Only took 35 Ancients after that, since it was a 2x for Ancients.

Djeace
Djeace
8 months ago

Plarium so greedy that you can not fuse extra epic. lost all my shards to have extra rare void. a good lesson for next fusion