This strategy revolves around champions that are able to Solo Bommel, whilst some of them can only do lower levels, there are many options who can solo the highest possible level of Bommel, being stage 90 Hard.
Due to their unique passives and skills, these champions are able to withstand the dread bomb damage allowing them to stay healthy and eventually beat down the boss. You’ll rely heavily on Regeneration and Immortal gear alongside good stats on many of these builds, with Conellia being the exception.
As with every solo strategy, check your mastery setup to take advantage of the speed and other benefits from dead allies.
Solo Champion options:
Conellia: Her A3 can be utilised to place a Sleep Debuff on herself, and when woken by taking damage from an enemy, Conellia will heal by 100% and fill her turn meter to the max. Once speed-tuned and optimised in terms of gear, masteries and stats, this will create a cycle where she is practically unkillable. When facing the hardest stage of Bommal (Stage 90 hard), a 1-star carapace blessing paired with Frenzy artifacts is the key to victory – However, if facing lower difficulties, gear sets such as immortal and regeneration can be great options for clearing stages with the correct tuning. Conellia is the first solo strategy champion who doesn’t rely on Block damage, passive heals or being the Spirit affinity!
Crimson Helm: This strategy is based on using her block damage / revive on death skills correctly depending on the situation. Unfortunately, with this is manual strategy, paying close attention to things is important! The idea is to be placing her block damage just before the Dreadbombs explode (therefore taking no damage), and only use her revive on death at times when 2 bombs are active on Crimson Helm. Being the spirit affinity there will be patches where weak hits land, so saving the revive on death for when it’s needed is crucial for victory. Warmaster masteries are needed to beat the boss within the turn limit.
Helicath: This strategy is a great option for players who fused him, however, it’s a build that’s very intensive in terms of HP requirements. The core mechanics around this solo strategy is like other block damage teams, placing the block damage before the Dreadbombs explode and tanking raw hits from Bommal (Whilst healing from Regeneration & Immortal gear). Although Helicath is spirit affinity which is ideal for weak hits, if a 3% chance to place weaken happens to occur, this could potentially lead to a failed outcome. (Multiple attempts may be required to gain a victory, but the upside is its full auto!)
Lady Annabelle: Arguably being the best solo strategy out there, she is one to build if struggling against Bommal. The core idea around this strategy is abusing her Red Lady passive, where she can heal by 50% whenever an enemy dies (The Dreadbombs are classed as enemies in this situation). Once optimised in Regeneration / Immortal gear, you will consistently heal after taking Bommal hits (and her A1 3% heals), whilst healing more than the Dreadbombs are dealing to you (40% MAX HP). If looking for a straightforward solo champion to take this boss down, it doesn’t get much smoother than Lady Annabelle.
Templar: Once again block damage is one of the key components for solo strategies, but this time a farmable rare can get the job done! Although this strategy can take upwards of 20 minutes for completion, whilst having the patience for a manual encounter, if no other champions are available, he is a good option. One downside is the speed requirements whilst being equipped with Regeneration & immortal gear, however, the low investment of rare skill tomes can be enticing for players seeking budget block damage options.
Kyoku: This solo strategy may be the fastest one out there! However, this is also reflected by the speed requirements for her build. There are slower variations pinned in the linked videos description, but if seeking to eliminate RNG the fast tune is optimal. This block damage solo strategy is full auto, and with times being recorded at under 6 minutes! So having to run a few times if losing to RNG isn’t as tedious as a 20-minute run.
Raf Matab: He is a great block damage option for taking down the boss, and speed tuning is vital for placing this at the right time. Unlike some other options, he can be full auto under the condition he’s NOT booked! So, if you have booked this champion a manual run will have to be your option. Being the spirit affinity is great for granting weak hits from the boss, therefore sustaining raw hits becomes more manageable built-in Immortal / Regeneration gear for healing.
Samar Gemcursed: His passive eliminates incoming damage if it would cause him to drop below 30% HP. As the bombs explode almost at the same time – that would mean that this would trigger avoiding death. Regen and Immortal bring his HP back up to full and you will need speed as this passive does have a 4 turn cooldown.
Burangiri: Another passive that works great here! Whenever an Ally or Enemy dies Burangiri gains 50% of his MAX HP back. This means he’ll gain 10% more than he loses every time the dread bomb explodes as the game considers this a death. He will need a strong build to sustain all the bombs which may prove tricky but certainly works for most of the floors. This will only work till Floor 50 Hard.
Video links for Solo Guides: