Timit the Fool Fusion
Published On: October 26, 2023
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Timit the Fool Fusion Guide – Raid Shadow Legends

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Welcome to our Timit the Fool Fusion Guide, the 2023 Halloween Fusion!

In this guide, we will provide all the information necessary to complete this Fusion Event, and get your hands on Timit the Fool this Halloween!

Make sure to check back daily for our Timit the Fool Fusion Guide Updates.

Timit the Fool Fusion Type: Fragment

Timit is a Fragment Collector Fusion, which means unlike a Traditional Fusion, we don’t need to collect any other Champions to fuse Timit the Fool, instead, we will be collecting Fragments by completing Fusion Events and Tournaments.

Once you’ve completed enough Events/Tournaments to earn yourself 100 Fragments, you may summon Timit.

One of the best parts about Fragment Collectors is there is no time limit on actually summoning your Timit, with him staying in the Fragment portal for as long as you want him to, allowing you to hold on to his points for a future Champion Chase Tournament or Clan vs Clan Event for points!

Timit the Fool Skills:

Carnival Hammer

Attacks 1 enemy 2 times. Each hit heals this Champion by 10% of their MAX HP.
If the target has no active buffs, each hit also fills this Champion’s Turn Meter by 10%.

  • Level 2 – Damage +10%
  • Level 3 – Heal +10%
  • Level 4 – Damage +10%
  • Level 5 – Heal +10%

Test Your Strength – Cooldown: 6 Turns

Attacks all enemies. Decreases the duration of all enemy buffs by 3 turns.
If there are no enemies with active buffs, grants an Extra Turn. Always grants an Extra Turn if Kaja the Wry is on the same team, even if there are enemies with active buffs.

  • Level 2 – Cooldown -1
  • Level 3 – Cooldown – 1

Kegs of Dread – Cooldown: 6 Turns

Attacks all enemies. Before attacking, places a 50% [Increase ACC] buff on all allies for 2 turns.
Places a [True Fear] debuff on all enemies for 1 turn.

  • Level 2 – Cooldown -1
  • Level 3 – Cooldown -1

Hideous Assistant [Passive]

Whenever an enemy skill successfully activates while they are under a [Fear] or [True Fear] debuff, fills Timit’s Turn Meter by 10%.
Whenever an enemy skill does not activate because they are under a [Fear] or [True Fear] debuff, places a [Provoke] debuff on that enemy for 1 turn. This particular effect only applies when Kaja the Wry is on the same team.

Timit the Fool Fusion Events:

As part of Timit the Fool’s Fusion, we will have two Summon Events within the Fusion Schedule.

  • Predicted 10x Event – Friday October 27th – Summon Rush Event
  • Predicted 2x Sacred Event – Friday November 3rd – Champion Chase Tournament

To reduce the amount of time spent during Fusion, in Dungeon Tournaments, Plarium activates Super Raids for Fusion Events, and this will be the case for Timit the Fool also, with the corresponding Super Raid Events lining up with their respective Dungeon Tournament in the Fusion Calendar.

  • Spider – 26th October
  • Dragon – 29th October
  • Ice Golem – 1st November
  • Fire Knight – 4th November

Below we have our Summon Rush Calculator, which you can use to determine how many points you are able to get from the Summon Rush Event, While we do not know the exact requirement currently, we expect it to be around 3000/3500 as normal.

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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Timit the Fool Fusion Calendar:

26th October:

  • Spider Tournament – 5 Fragments
  • Dungeon Divers Event – 5 Fragments

27th October:

  • Summon Rush Event – 15 Fragments
  • Champion  Training Event – 15 Fragments

28th October:

  • Classic Arena Takedown I – 5 Fragments
  • Artifact Enhancement Event I – 5 Fragments

29th October:

  • Dragon Tournament – 5 Fragments

1st November:

  • Ice  Golem Tournament – 5 Fragments
  • Artifact Enhancement Event II – 5 Fragments

2nd November:

  • Champion Training Tournament – 10 Fragments

November 3rd:

  • Champion Chase Tournament – 15 Fragments

November 4th:

  • Fire Knight Tournament – 5 Fragments
  • Dungeon Divers Event II – 5 Fragments

November 5th:

  • Classic Arena Takedown II – 5 Fragments
  • Artifact Enhancement Event III – 5 Fragments

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:

  • Dungeon Divers Event I – 4800 Points – 5 Fragments
  • Spider Tournament – 2250 Points – 5 Fragments

Starting off this Fusion we’ve got a great opportunity to double-dip for rewards, with a Dungeon Divers and a Spider Tournament starting simultaneously.

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

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 Spider could further adjust these numbers, as the Mythical Artifact Drops offer an additional boost to your points.

This will not ‘finish’ the Dungeon Divers Event, but it will make a significant dent in it, that you will be able to follow up with other upcoming events over the coming days.

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Day 2:

New Events:

  • Champion Training Event – 5350/8000 Points – 15 Fragments
  • Summon Rush Event – 2150/3000 Points – 15 Fragments

It’s time to crack open your shards for the Reviver 10x Event, to get your hands on 15 Fragments for Timit the Fool!

Be sure to check our Summon Rush Calculator above to see if you’ve got enough points available before overcommitting!

As for the Champion Training Event, you’re going to have to grind 8,000 points for the maximum amount of Fragments from this.

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.

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Day 3:

New Events:

  • Classic Arena Takedown I – 390 Points – 5 Fragments
  • Artifact Enhancement Event I – 4775 Points – 5 Fragments

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.

Finally today, we have an Artifact Enhancement Event, where 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 4:

New Events:

  • Dragon Tournament – 2250 Points – 5 Fragments

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 accessories.

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.

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Day 7:

New Events:

  • Ice  Golem Tournament – 5 Fragments – 2250 Points
  • Artifact Enhancement Event II – 5 Fragments –  4775 Points

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

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.

We also have an Artifact Enhancement Event, where 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 Tournament – 10 Fragments –

Next up there is a Champion Training Tournament trying to acquire 3050/5150 Points. 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 9:

New Events:

  • Champion Chase Tournament – 15 Fragments – 1150/2500 Points

The Champion Chase Tournament lines up nicely with the 2x Sacred Shard/10x Summon Event, so it’s time to pull those shards!

This Tournament is also a great opportunity to summon any Fragment Champions you’ve got sat waiting to get yourself the point requirement!

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Day 10:

New Events:

  • Fire Knight Tournament – 5 Fragments – 2250 Points
  • Dungeon Divers Event II – 5 Fragments – 3700 Points

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 accessories.

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.

This will sync up nicely with the Dungeon Divers Event, allowing you to double-dip the points, whilst also using any remaining events to clear up the remainder of the points as there are no more upcoming events that require energy!

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LordBanshee
LordBanshee
8 months ago

Do we really want a double-AoE Banner Lord who can basically nuke all the enemy buffs without getting Sheepified? Well, my Banner Lords FW team needs help, so I’ll try it since it’s a Fragment Fusion, and no ascension pots will be harmed in the making on this Lego.

The fact that the opening Dungeon Diver of 4800 points is absolutely ridiculous is mitigated by multiple details here. However, I must kvetch first; to put it in perspective, Bivald had a 2400 point Divers. In all the fusions there have ever been since then, all but one were more than 1000 points less, and the outlier was a 4800 Diver for Emic, a Void champion. This is a stupid point total for a lackluster champ. However, if it HAS to be this way, a few details do help…
1) You have the entire Spider Tourney (for about 40% of the points), a day of the Dragon tourney (for 0-40% of the points) and a Champ Training Event for the balance. It will be concentrated Raid’ing for those days, but can be done if you have the energy to burn.
2) As 110 fragments are available, you can bail on TWO Divers or Artifact Silver-Drainage Events and still create the fusion, and this first Diver could be an excellent skip choice if you’re time-short or energy-short.
Yes, there are a pair of 10-point chunks you can gain for leading in the Champ Chase or a Champ Training Tourney, but those are more a measure of how much of a Whale you are or how obsessed you are for farming, not as a measure of how powerful your teams are.

Seeing as the first Diver and the 2nd Artifact Enhancement events can be skipped, I can see me finishing this in a pair of 5-day bursts, taking off Tuesday/Wednesday in the middle. No matter what happens, Timit can always be 30k CvC points during Personal Rewards.

Andreas Müller
Andreas Müller
8 months ago

Pulled a Kaya (Spirit) – so I should go for Timit. Her Kit is way better – as expected.

Evan Fandango
Evan Fandango
8 months ago

The buff removal is tempting but that alone isn´t worthy wasting that much resources and we got Sun Wukong who is really good at it, so it is a skip for me!

Xonak
Xonak
8 months ago

Just want to point out again how insanely impossible the shard requirements are for any fusion event. Just completely over the top as compared to every other part of a fusion. I mean I guess if you don’t have 7 sacreds laying around you could use 175 ancients, right? Whenever I mention this people ask about clan boss. I get 4 chests a day – two transcendent and two ultimate. I dungeon. I doom tower. I mean seriously how can anyone ever do this? Three years in this game and I’ve never come close to even getting the bottom reward in a summon tournament/champion chase, or past the first row in a summon event. You want to think of a new guide for Hellhades? It’s say write the one that explains how you don’t have to drop a few hundred bucks just to do a fusion. It’ll get crazy clicks.

Blackbird71
Blackbird71
8 months ago
Reply to  Xonak

The best advice I can offer is don’t use your shards outside of summon/chase, and only do those for fusions you want to complete. This means you skip the 2x and other summon boosts (unless they happen to coincide with an event you’re doing). It’s the only way I’ve found to stockpile enough shards, but since doing it I’ve kept a decent reserve of shards that makes these events much easier.

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

I have to say regarding your shard problem: If you are constantly downing NM and UNM Clan Boss and, preferably, your clan is completely killing it, you are awarded with 2 x 2 chests with chances of sacred shards each day.

My clan is right now not able to kill UNM boss, so I “only” get 2 NM chests and 1 UNM chest.

And it is totally sufficient to make for 1 fusion per month the summon rush. If it’s not possible for you then either you are using the shards for other events or you are one unlucky guy.

LordBanshee
LordBanshee
8 months ago
Reply to  Xonak

As an 18-month account with a clan that downs NM + UNM daily, and a Myth-Heir team that 1-keys UNM on Void/Force, I regularly maintain between 5-15 Sacred shards and 0-70 Ancient shards. You learn to avoid summoning except for fusions or the odd 2x event. I have no issues on the Summon Rush or Champ Chase for any fusion I want.