It’s important to note that the speed for Razelvarg and Seeker is extremely tight, so plan accordingly. The set will matter. As with nearly every speed tune, there are more speeds that will work than are listed, but these are the ones tested that work best and most consistently for the approved difficulties and affinities. Changing the speeds of one champion can change the speeds needed for other champions. Play around in the calculator to find what works best for your team.
Speed Tune Sync
For UNM and NM difficulties, the tune will sync on turn 5, while for Brutal difficulty, the setup changes, and the tune will sync on turn 3.
Razelvarg and Double Maneater Clan Boss Speed Tune Skill Set Up
For UNM and NM, Razelvarg opens with a3, then a2. This can be prioritised in the team setup. Maneater (Fast) has no delays, opening with their a3 skill. Maneater (Slow) has a 2-turn delay (a1, a1, a3) before using their unkillable ability. Seeker has a 1 turn delay (a1, a2) before using the turn meter boost ability.
For Brutal, Razelvarg opens with a3, then a2. This can be prioritised in the team setup. Maneater (Fast) has a 1 turn delay (a1, a3) before using their unkillable ability. Maneater (Slow) has a 3-turn delay (a1, a1, a1, a3) before using their unkillable ability. Seeker has no delay, opening with their a2 turn meter boosting skill. The slow debuff landing on Seeker will not affect the tune.
Gear, Masteries, Blessings
For gear, any sets that don’t affect turn meter or skill timing for the key players (Razz, both Maneaters) will work. It’s important to note that no relentless sets should be used. For Razelvarg specifically, no gear that can grant counterattack, turn meter, buff extension, or skill reduction should be used.
As for masteries, stick to typical masteries that won’t affect turn meter or skill timing. For Razelvarg specifically, no masteries that can grant counterattack, turn meter, buff extension, or skill reduction should be avoided.
The RabBatEater is the latest in the line of variations to the OG UK Clan Boss team the Bateater. As mentioned above, this tune enables the champions to have a lower speed than normal which is great for players who are lacking in the speed section.
If you have the Champions, I highly recommend that you build this team out you won’t regret it!
For a full guide check out DeadwoodJedi’s Speed Tune here
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