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Best Rogue Order Hall Champions

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David Lawrence
• Friday, 04 December, 2020
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Since patch 7.2, the best strategy is to split your champions specs and counter types evenly. Note: this is a guide to getting high mission success rates from your champions.

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You may find other configurations that give similar or better results, but these listed suggestions are simple to follow and should give the best results for the majority of players. Auspicious FetishIncreases success chance of missions by 15%.

Vanishing DustIncreases success chance of missions by 20% when accompanied by Tier 2 troops. Leech BrewIncreases success chance of missions by 15% when accompanied by Tier 2 troops.

The will pull ahead if you find you're not using the T2 troops fairly often. Other options are the +40% to short (Elixir of Overwhelming Focus) and +40% to long (Vial of Timeless Breath) items which have more situational usefulness, but you'll often find yourself more limited in which champions to use for certain missions.

You can take the other option when starting, but as you get Rare and Epic items from Bonus Boxes, the increased number of troops will be better in the long run. Since we're working with Tier 2 troops, the other option won't help us.

He'll drop orbs that give you a stacking damage buff up to 50% increased damage, and also will occasionally execute your targets when they're under 20%, killing them instantly in a pool of blood. Champions are essentially lore figures that have been recruited through your order hall campaign to join your forces.

Sending them out to complete class hall missions; recruiting them as combat allies to help you fight in the Broken Isles. There are at least 9 champions in total for each class, but only 5 can be active, unless using order hall advancements to increase this limit.

After you reach level 103, you will be able to return to your order hall and complete a second quest chain for the campaign, which will allow you to unlock two more champions. The exception to this is followers that are found outside the campaign, such as Meatball, who is obtained by completing a quest chain after killing a boss at the Brawler's Guild and is recommended for all classes.

The best setup for Death Knight would be to use Marion, Ultra, Minerva, Nazi, Thessalian, Thomas and Meatball. The best setup for Demon Hunter would be to use Kama, Be lath, Race, KOR'was, Kay nor Altruism, S'then and Meatball.

The best setup for Druid would be to use Bright wing, Samuel, Malone, Results, Calendar, Thistle and Meatball. The best setup for Hunter would be to use Addie, Blake, Emma rel, Calderon, Hemet, Rear and Meatball.

The best setup for Mage would be to use Arcane Destroyer, Akazamzarak, Sara, Beryl, Ravinder, Var goth and Meatball. The best setup for Monk would be to use Alma, Angus, Chen, Hero, Monkey King, Solar and Meatball.

The best setup for Paladin would be to use Orator, Deals, Julia, Maximilian, Maxwell, Nexus and Meatball. The best setup for Priest would be to use Aelthalyste, Alonso, Celia, Isaiah, Yalta, Zebra and Meatball.

The best setup for Rogue would be to use Girona, Coach, Mathias, Tess or Lilian, Tethys, Vanessa and Meatball. The best setup for Shaman would be to use Avalanche, Celestas, Hydra xis, Mule, Myra, Nob undo and Meatball.

The best setup for Warlock would be to use Callus, Rear Twins, Judea, Kira, Shine, Zinnia and Meatball. The best setup for Warrior would be to use Darius or Entering, Dealer, Finney, Hair, Rainfall, Thorium and Meatball.

The final slot will be unlocked when you level your followers from epic to titled quality. The equipment increases success chance by a set amount when the champion is accompanied by lesser troops ; the equipment increases success chance by a set amount when the champion is accompanied by greater troops.

Death Knight, Monk, Paladin, and Rogue : the equipment will increase the success chance of a single mission by 20%. Demon Hunter, Druid, Mage, Priest, Shaman, Warlock : the equipment will restore 1 vitality to a single troop ; Warrior : the equipment will summon a squad of Malaria Aspirants to aid your champion.

The equipment grants 100 Order Resources when completing a world quest with a combat ally and has either an increase in mission success chance by 5%; a reduction of mission duration by 5%; 15 Gold from World Quests when using a combat ally. The equipment grants 50 gold when completing a world quest with a combat ally and has either an increase in mission success chance by 5%; a reduction of mission duration by 5%; 25 Order Resources from World Quests when using a combat ally.

Similar to how a bodyguard in Warlords of Drano would work, they give you a slight edge over the mobs you are killing in the open world. An NPC will follow you around and engage in combat with you, casting their spells and abilities to make sure they kill the mobs as fast as possible.

Unlike the bodyguard system in Warlords of Drano, however, the combat allies have a very short respawn timer. I'm using Girona, Noggenfogger, Reinhold, Vanessa and Tasha.

I like them but I have to say I think Tasha is useless, or I have a awful luck with missions. I'm thinking about switching her to someone else (shame I leveled her to epic and gave her 830 gear though) but I'm not sure who to choose.

Tethys and Tasha are my main mission runners for padding the success chance. Hell I've been getting lucky and seeing 8+ hour missions needing an outlaw that Tasha + Tethys + Pirate Crew is getting 200% on cause both Tasha and Tethys have success boosting items.

Tethys and Tasha are my main mission runners for padding the success chance. Hell I've been getting lucky and seeing 8+ hour missions needing an outlaw that Tasha + Tethys + Pirate Crew is getting 200% on cause both Tasha and Tethys have success boosting items.

Shaw is probably the best champion, he gives +20% chance for success with his ability. Shaw is probably the best champion, he gives +20% chance for success with his ability.

I was using that list, but I really like Tethys + Leech Brew + Vanishing Powder (when I get it). Shaw is a beast, as is Tasha (+85% success on long missions).

I guess that leaves me with Vanessa and either Vale era or Girona, but then I'm short on For. We're a band of vicious pirates, we depend on RNG.

Some people don't use any, but some are wonderful/useful especially if you stack them with gold/ order resource bonus equipment for WE. Mathias Shaw is a solid choice due to his special.

Tasha is a wonderful choice also due to her special that gives success chance on 8h+ missions (which again, most of them are towards the later stages) Vanessa has a really solid double spell counter with her kick and special which gives extra success chance vs spell. However, there's one guy that's too easily overlooked: Tethys He can be your number 1 guy if you combine him with a duelist party (upgraded pirates) and he comes equipped with specials that ENHANCE that further.

The troop regent isn't all that fantastic and Vanessa has a double spell counter. And his bodyguard ability is pretty nice for some Was.

I'm personally going with Shaw, Girona, Tasha, Tethys and Vanessa for most stuff. Tethys will be my main guy for countering mostly Hazard and Minions (with duelists), he's going to need that special equipment to be good though, so this might take some time.

Some people don't use any, but some are wonderful/useful especially if you stack them with gold/ order resource bonus equipment for WE. Mathias Shaw is a solid choice due to his special.

Tasha is a wonderful choice also due to her special that gives success chance on 8h+ missions (which again, most of them are towards the later stages) Vanessa has a really solid double spell counter with her kick and special which gives extra success chance vs spell. However, there's one guy that's too easily overlooked: Tethys He can be your number 1 guy if you combine him with a duelist party (upgraded pirates) and he comes equipped with specials that ENHANCE that further.

The troop regent isn't all that fantastic and Vanessa has a double spell counter. And his bodyguard ability is pretty nice for some Was.

I'm personally going with Shaw, Girona, Tasha, Tethys and Vanessa for most stuff. Tethys will be my main guy for countering mostly Hazard and Minions (with duelists), he's going to need that special equipment to be good though, so this might take some time.

Finally, someone to shed the light about the old Tethys fella! I go personally with Tethys, Coach, Girona, Shaw and Vanessa.

The Patient I use Girona, Noggenfogger, Tasha, Vanessa, and Shaw. I'm considering deactivating one of the outlaws and getting Coach because I seem to have a lot of missions that require Subtlety but only one Tasha.

I kicked all of that scum out of my garrison, and I'd do the Satan my order hall if I could. We need parishes back to finish his holy work.

Play a monk, half of their followers are Pandas, though one of those is Lily, however you can have the OG brew master himself Chen Storm stout as a bodyguard It's just one of those things I suppose, but I would totally trade Vanessa for Lily.

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