The harsh winds of winter may bring snow and icy hail all across Teleria, yet its denizens rejoice, for Yuletide is coming. And we have several new Champions over here who are more than happy to share Holiday cheer with you - take a look and see if any of them would make a suitable addition to your collection!
Broodlord 2nd skill "defend the nest": should be applied to all alies. I understand the need to not make it too strong that it challanges even legendaries, but as it stands it isn't as strong as a regular rare champion. The passive, that gives the flavor to this champion, is still a low chance and wouldn't really effect the grand scheme of things were the ally protect would come into affect. TLDR; PLEASE BUFF HIM
Masamoto feels like it needs a bit more than what it was given, this character rarity is epic but his kit is barely avarage. His 2nd skill "steel typhoon" should decrease defense, instead of attack, which is abundant on the shadowkin faction. On top of it, why make it only have a 50% chance to place it? what was the point of this? Please buff this.
I have no quams with everything else, i think some book cost for skills like from the above mentioned masamoto are kinda ridiculous and dumb, but i sort of gave up on trying to talk about it.
That is just my honest feedback, as always it is up to you guys.
I had a bit of difficulty understanding the Timeless skill of Gliseah Soulguide.
It says flatly that the Champion's skills cannot be put on cooldown.
But then it says that cooldown increasing effects are blocked with a 50% chance, and only if they don't come from bosses.
At first, those two things seemed to contradict each other. But then I realized they were talking about two different things.
If a skill has been used, and isn't available yet to be used again, then it is "on cooldown", and then a boss can make the cooldown take longer - and other enemies have a 50% chance of making it take longer.
But if a skill is available for use, and therefore not "on cooldown", nobody, not even a boss, can change that.
I suppose, though, that this wording wouldn't confuse people who are more experienced playing Raid than I am.