Proessive Summon Event in Raid: Shadow Legends
Published On: June 6, 2024
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Progressive Summon Event – June 7th

The Incarnate Fusion is now live, and with a Fusion-related Summon Rush Event starting tomorrow, this Progressive Summon could be a good way to earn Fragments.

Some top-tier SPD Champions are available in this Progressive Summon, not to mention a few solid damage dealers if you’re looking for big hitters to fill out your teams.

This Summon will run as a single event, which means you’ll have slightly longer than usual to potentially get the Champions on offer.

Check out Plarium’s announcement below, and make sure to check our Incarnate Fusion Guide if you’re participating, too.

Plarium Announcement

Hey y’all! I have some news about the upcoming events:

This Friday, June 7th, we’re planning to launch Progressive Chance Event, giving you at least x15 chance to summon the Champions of your choice from the selected pool from Ancient, Primal, Sacred, and Void Shards.

1 Slot Legendary Champions:

1 Slot Epic Champions:

This event will last 72 hours.

What is a Progressive Summon Event?

Unlike x2 events, where the odds of pulling a specific rarity is increased, progressive summons increase the chance that should you pull the higher rarity i.e. Legendary then you have an increased chance of earning the selected champion. If you pull the rarity then the chances increase when you pull the rarity again. The way it works is quite simple:

When you summon a champion, there is a 1 / total possible champions in that rarity. When you take part in a progressive summon, the total possible champions is increased by 14 for the champion you selected and you instead gain a 15 / total possible champions in that rarity + 14. This means the chances of acquiring the 1 champion that you select increases.

To get started, you select 1 champion from the list of available options per rarity and per shard. You will increase the odds by x15. Once you pull the rarity the odds increase to x20 and finally if you pull the rarity a second time it increases to a x25. Naturally, if you go 2 legendary deep then the chances of pulling your desired legendary on the third pull is the best outside of guaranteed summon events.

Who should you choose?

You can only select 1 champion of each rarity per shard so making the right choice is important. Fortunately, you can change your choice at any point during the summon event. Your choice will depend on who is already in your roster and what gaps you are looking to fill. We believe the options below are the best for most accounts as these champions provide the best overall power.

Prince Kymar-Portrait


  • Excellent SPD leader
  • Powerful Arena A2
Shu-Zhen Portrait


  • Can counter [Sheep]
  • Turn Meter booster


  • Hits hard and has [Block Revive]
  • Strong AoE A2

Gala Longbraids

  • Can ignore DEF
  • Self buffs with [Shield]

Honourable Mentions

While the Champions above are our top picks for this Progressive Summons, here are a few honourable mentions. These Champions could be worth going after if you’re specificially looking for good damage dealers.


Ignores many buffs and has a strong Passive!

taras portrait


Another great Passive and good damage boosting!

Should you Summon?

While this Progressive Summon has a more limited choice of Champions than usual, and Shards you use will count towards the Fusion Summon Rush, which runs at the same time as this Summon Event.

If you’re planning on going for The Incarnate Fusion, this event can help you earn the Fragments you need.

Players not interested in the Fusion can still find value here, however. Some of the Champions are certainly worth it, and given this Event runs for 72 hours, you have much longer (and therefore a higher chance) of getting the Champion you want.

As always, of course, these events depend on how many Shards you have available, and whether you’re willing to spend real money to maximise your chances.

Are you going for this Summons Event? Let us know who you are after in the comments!

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