How to gain more Champion Training Event Points – Raid Shadow Legends

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Published On: September 13, 2022

How to gain more Champion Training Event Points

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Champion Training Events have always and will always be a major part of any fusion, usually requiring some of the highest points to get the Fragments and/or Champions depending on the type of fusion.

Now we usually do get 4-5 days to complete these, but it can be very daunting for a lot of players who feel they are unable to reach these point thresholds to get the rewards.

Today we’re going to take a look at how you can make these Events significantly easier for yourself and not worry about reaching the necessary point limits.

This is in line with the current Champion Training Event during the Mighty Ukko Fragment Event, in which as always, we have a guide rolling throughout the entirety of the event.

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How important are Champion Training Events

The current Champion Training Event requires 9,350 Points to get the final set of Fragments, which we have 5 days to complete in order to get our next set of Fragments for Mighty Ukko.

With a typical Fragment event, there will be 115 Fragments available to you without winning any tournaments, and usually, these Training Events hold 15 of those Fragments – which means you CAN opt to skip this; however, it will require you to do both summon events.

In a Traditional Fusion, these events will usually have 2-3 Rare Champions or 2 Rares and 1 Epic Champion, which can massively cut down your time spent doing the fusion, however, the rares will be mandatory to pick up unless you pull them from shards!

The fusion calendar works quite nicely alongside this due to the overlap of Dungeon Divers and the only other event that requires Energy during the entire window being Fire Knight Tournament, allowing us to spend a lot of time and energy in the Campaign to complete this event.

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The Cardinal Sin: DO NOT DO THIS

Way too often while upgrading Champions, especially when you’re trying to do it quickly, we see people throwing in food champions that are level 1 when upgrading Champions as you see below:

Never do this! If they are level 1 you absolutely never feed them for ranking up Champions, and there’s a simple reason why…

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What you SHOULD be doing

If you put levels into these Champions, through either using brews or taking them into the campaign for a few levels.

A good rule of thumb for maximising your points via partially levelling is the following:

Champion Rank Brews Used
2 Star 1 Brew
3 Star 2 Brews
4 Star 4 Brews
5 Star 5 Brews

You can also do this via Campaign but ONLY if you have an XP Boost active – If you do not, you can spend 140 OR 280 Gems on one in the store, IF you are farming XP this is 100% Worth buying!

Champion Rank Campaign Runs
1 Star 1 Run
2 Star 3 Runs
3 Star 7 Runs
4 Star 11 Runs
5 Star 12 Runs

Doing this will actually gain you MORE points than you’d get from actually ranking up the desired Champion, quadrupling your point output – and it’s so simple, yet so many people ignore this, and just crunch level 1 Champions as food.

Whilst this may slow down your Champion Training, it will allow you to get SO much more points for the same resources, with very little effort.

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Do you do this already? Let us know in the comments! So many people unfortunately skip over this!

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13 Comments

  1. SS2020user September 13, 2022 at 11:45 am

    I learnt this during Helicath, my second ever fusion. Bivalds champ training was very annoying for me, as I ranked up with level 1 food. This made Helicath so much easier for me to achieve. I don’t have enough time to farm campaing for levels, so I just give them brews. I always give void and magic champs 3 brews at rank 3, as I have sooooooooooo many of those brews. This is a GAME CHANGER if you aren’t already doing it.

  2. Poliicojt September 13, 2022 at 12:16 pm

    Thanks HH and team, much appreciated to learn this. I missed out on Hellcaith and lost a few in Nugyano due to not following this method. Know understand the strategy will use this all the time. Thansk again.

  3. davefb September 13, 2022 at 2:22 pm

    I also use the sparring pit to top up to the next level if they are close. While they are in there you can run the next batch through campaign.

    • SS2020user September 14, 2022 at 7:34 am

      For how many thosands of gems?

    • Christopher Kent December 18, 2022 at 12:44 am

      I love my Spawning pit!

      Assuming their not part of my core rosters for various content (Dungeons, Clan Boss, Keeps, Campaign Famer etc.), any toons I want to be 6* long term, I upgrade their Rank during during Champion Training/Chase events, then toss them into the Spawning pit until their at their next Rank cap; 3-30, 4-40, 5-50 etc.

      Then worry about the cost of gearing them and trying them out in teams etc., once I’ve had a chance to get them some Masteries in Mino at 5*, to get a good feel.

      And its free energy, so I can focus on that actual content that will progress my account, yet get free progression in parallel.

      Win, win, win!

      • Christopher Kent December 18, 2022 at 12:46 am

        Assuming they’re*; I can spell lolz!

  4. storm_usmc September 13, 2022 at 4:04 pm

    I very much use this method. Another tip to add, when I know I’m about to get ready for a fusion, save the rank ups. I knew I wanted this fusion, so I didn’t lvl anything up last few weeks. By the time of this event, I had 6 lvl 5 ready and 30+ lvl 4 ready. As soon as the training opened, I leveled them up then ranked them up, had 9350 in 10 min. Make sure you have plenty of gold and brews.

    • Merlinae September 14, 2022 at 9:57 pm

      Wow!!!! Great idea! Thanks for the tip for the next time. Just at 9350 and have no room in my chests anymore.

  5. Knightmayre September 16, 2022 at 3:27 pm

    My math has been a little different. –
    1. I’ve not used brews on Rank 3’s before feeding them (just so much clicking)
    2. I’ve always used 2 brews on a Rank 4, plus a common to get to level 15.
    3. I’ve used 2 brews on a Rank 5, plus an uncommon (or two commons) to get to level 15

    After seeing this, I’ll take a look at my existing food champ inventory and see what happens when I throw the extra brews at the 4’s and 5’s at least…

  6. Knightmayre September 16, 2022 at 6:22 pm

    FWIW, the math –
    Level up Rank 2 to 20 – 20 points
    Rank up to Rank 3 – 15 points (35 total)
    2 Brews -> level 15 = 27 points

    Level up Rank 3 to 30 – 60 points
    Rank up to Rank 4 – 50 points (110 total)
    2 Brews + a common -> level 15 = 42 points
    HH method – 4 brews -> level 23 = 69 points (net 27 points for 2 more brews)

    Level up Rank 4 to 40 – 120 points
    Rank up to Rank 5 – 100 points (220 total)
    2 Brews + 2 commons (or 1 uncommon) -> level 15 = 84 points
    HH method – 5 brews -> level 23 = 132 points (net 48 points for 3 more brews)

  7. Deathnaught September 19, 2022 at 8:47 pm

    I only agree with this for people who are new and can barely make the minimum scores. For most people I completely disagree!
    Spending resources, be it brews or power/gems, on ’empty xp’ (levels which get thrown away) is counter productive. If you instead ranked up your characters with level 1 food and invested the SAME amount of resources you would have in those empty levels into leveling up more food you would progress much faster. This game is about resource efficiency, even for the fat cats. I am always in a position of picking who gets to be leveled up, with no shortage of candidates. The only way this is advantageous is if:
    1. you grind so slowly that you must pre-position the entire event
    2. you are so endgame that you’ve run out of champions to level

  8. SS2020user September 21, 2022 at 7:17 am

    You made a Reddit post? XD

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