Double Legendary Sacreds! Raid Shadow Legends

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Published On: January 23, 2023

Double Legendary Sacreds! Raid Shadow Legends

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Plarium has announced that the 2-for-1 Double Event is back again!

This time it’ll be Sacred Shards! By now you should how this works, but if you don’t it’s nice and simple – Pull one legendary from a Sacred Shard, get another completely free!

These events are relatively on par with x2 Sacred, although the chance is lower, if you do happen to hit it, you will get double the rewards and not have to rely on hitting the odds twice in your amount of shards to get the same output.

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Plarium announcement

Hey y’all!
On Tuesday, January 24th, we’re planning to launch Extra Legendary event for Sacred Shards

You’ve already familiar with the mechanics, if you summon a Legendary Champion from a Sacred Shard during this event, you’ll get a different, extra one from that same Shard. It works only once per user per event.

You won’t be charged Silver for the Extra Summon. Although, keep in mind, the Extra Champion won’t be counted towards Quests, Events, or Tournaments.

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Will you be pulling your shards? Let us know in the comments below! 

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11 Comments

  1. Gramps1702 January 23, 2023 at 4:13 pm

    That’s so thoughtful of Plarium! A bait Sacred shard event three days before a x2 Sacred shard event.

    • Cenedras January 23, 2023 at 4:43 pm

      Exactly what I was thinking!

    • Katharsia January 23, 2023 at 4:48 pm

      Indeed it is thoughtful and I‘m grateful for it. Else it wouldn‘t make sense for me to pull sacreds next weekend.
      I‘m deep into mercy system with a 32% chance on a legendary. The 2x event only affects the base chance of 6%.
      So it‘s the choice between a 32% chance on 2 legendaries vs a 38% chance on one legendary. I prefer the two champions and am optimistic to have some shards left to maybe grab a third on the +6% event.

    • Schinderdiv January 23, 2023 at 10:28 pm

      Not only that, but right after a summon weekend during a fusion that a lot of us use our sacreds for easy points on.

  2. Claptrap January 24, 2023 at 12:01 am

    Pretty sure we all know by now that its a waste of time. Unless on the edge of mercy i would hold

  3. Mayhem5 January 24, 2023 at 11:37 am

    If you are 3 or more into mercy it’s worth doing as you have a greater chance of pulling 2 legendaries than a 2x event. Eg you have pulled 16 shards without a legendary, so you are. 4 into mercy, 6+(4 x 2)= 14% to pull 2 legendaries . But 2x you have 6 x 2 + 8 = 20% for the first but then your mercy counter resets so only 6% for the second. So total chance is (20+6) /2 & 13%. Also during the extra legendary if you do pull Lego you are getting 2 Champs but only using 1 sacred shard which is an advantage too. And of course each shard you pull which doesn’t give you a Lego the mercy counter increases which benefits the extra leg event more than the 2x.

    • Gramps1702 January 24, 2023 at 1:22 pm

      Look, nobody asked for you rational and logical reasoning. This is a place for irrational thoughts and people. If you want to be like that go to Reddit. lol

      (obvious sarcasm)

      • TheBaldEagle January 24, 2023 at 10:17 pm

        I feel like you wrote this because you KNOW I’m looking at my 1 sacred with my eyes all glazed over thinking, “all it takes is one shard”…..

        • TheBaldEagle January 24, 2023 at 10:18 pm

          I pay a monthly membership because I dream of a day where Hades says, “TheBaldEagle is in the mix”! lol

  4. Kellon Borden January 24, 2023 at 7:21 pm

    I pulled Lyssandra during the last 2x event so after watching many videos including HellHades I knew I wasn’t close to mercy but spared 4 pulls just to be a little wild. On the last pull I got Brakus the Shifter and Versulf the Grim for my buy 1 get 1. They weren’t on my wish list but I’ll take ’em.

  5. SS2020user January 26, 2023 at 12:57 pm

    This is just as good of an event as 2x’s, and better if you’re in mercy. I prefer guaranteed, but this is a solid event.

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