In Chrono Legacy, it is important to have a suitable hero with beneficial skills for your team, and also their capability to withstand the fight and defeat the enemy. However, having a perfect formation will be essential in order to maximize your hero’s ability. It is also important for you to know about the hero bond that each hero has in order to activate its special effect that will bring a huge advantage for you in the battle. But, don’t worry Here, we will give you a good insight about the hero bond that each hero has and its special effect, and also a complete formation guide that you can try in Chrono Legacy.
Introducing the Hero Bond in Chrono Legacy
Hero bond is a special bond that connects heroes with similar history and purpose according to their story. You don’t have to put them together in one team, all you have to do is obtain the hero and the bond will be activated. As the bond hero promotes, the bond level will increase as well.
1. Free Will
Free Will bond consists of Boudicca, Joan of Arc, and William Wallace. Once the bond is completely activated, Boudicca will deal extra damage equal to 2.5 percent of the target’s Max HP after the target takes damage from her Shark Sign, while Joan of Arc attacks will increase by 2 percent and Wallace Max HP will increase by 2 percent as well.
2. Female Ruler
Cleopatra, Shajar al-Durr, Tomyris, Queen of Sheba share the same bond as their past life as female rulers. Once the bond is activated, Shajar al-Durr will deal extra damage equal to 2 percent of the target’s missing HP after using her ultimate. On the other hand, Tomyris’s attack will increase by 2 percent during the battle, Queen of Sheba max HP will increase by 2 percent, and Cleopatra’s defense will increase by 5.5 percent.
Leonidas, Roland, and Lagertha were feared and excellent militant commanders in their respective times. Once the bond is activated, Leonidas will take 24 percent less damage for the first 5 seconds, while Roland’s attack will increase by 2 percent and Lagertha’s max HP will increase by 2 percent.
King Richard, King Edward, and Guiguzi share the same bond as the strategist. Guiguzi damage of his next skill will increase by 5.5 percent once the bond is activated, while Edward’s attacks will increase by 2 percent and Richard Max HP will increase by 2 percent.
5. Queen’s Gambit
Queen’s Gambit is a special bond that requires you to have Queen of Sheba and Boudicca on the same battlefield in order to activate the bond. When Boudicca is present, Queen of Sheba’s bouncing attacks have a 28 percent chance to inflict and Boudicca attacks will increase by 2 percent.
6. Glory of Empire
The glory of the Empire was filled with enormous Kings such as Alexander, Timur, Temujin, and Shajar al-Durr. Alexander and ally warrior will gain a 50 percent MSPD bonus and a shield of 10 percent of their Max HP at the beginning of the battle, while Timur attack will increase by 1.3 percent, Shajar al-Durr Max HP and his HP cap increase by 1.3 percent, and Temujin along with the physical allies will increase by 28 percent.
A harbinger bond is a bond created by the presence of Arash and Xerxes. Arash’s ASPD will increases by 8 percent when attacking debuffed targets, and Xerxes’ attack will increase by 2 percent during the battle.
8. Light of Hope
Hippocrates and Charles are tied by the Light of Hope bond. After using his ultimate all linked targets damage taken will be reduced by 12 percent for 3 seconds while Charles’s attack will increase by 2 percent.
9. Sengoku Ordeal
Sengoku Ordeal is a special bond created for Masamune and Hanzo as they came from Sengoku Era. Masamune’s first skill will ignore the target’s 60 percent defense while Hanzo’s attacks will be more lethal with a 2 percent improvement in his attack.
Covenant is a special bond that tied Sultan Saladin and Richard the Lion Heart due to their friend-enemy relationship. This bond will make Richard immune to the first control effect attack and restore his HP while Saladin will receive less damage from a normal attack by 60 percent.
11. Blessed Queen
Once the bond is activated, Cleopatra‘s ASPD will increase by 26 points during battle while Elizabeth’s skill damage will increase by 8 percent.
Introducing Formations in Chrono Legacy
In this formation guide, we will give the five best-recommended formations that you can try on your team, and we will give you simple tips that will give you a good insight into the management and the positioning of your heroes in the formation.
Best recommended Formations in Chrono Legacy
1. Combined Force
You will put Boudicca, Queen of Sheba, and Xerxes. These three heroes will become the main pillar in your formation as Xerxes will hold every incoming attack while Queen of Sheba’s attack will bounce to multiple enemies.
2. Burst AoE Damage
Richard, Guiguzi, Dido, and Xerxes should be on your team. Guiguzi and Richard will be the main damage dealers with their Area of Effect attacks and Xerxes once again will block every incoming attack.
3. Physical Push
In this formation, you will rely on heroes with massive physical attacks that will defeat enemies with one push. Richard, Saladin, and Alexander will be your frontline while Joan of Arc will stay behind and act major support with healing skills.
4. Hidden Assassin
Hidden Assassin requires you to have Masamune, Shajar al-Durr, Timur, Tomyris, and Xerxes. Shajar Al-Durr and Timur will be important as they will jump into the enemy backline and kill mid-ranges heroes.
5. All Rounder
In this complete 6 member formation, Richard and Guiguzi will be your Area of Effect damage dealer while Richard will be frontline, while Cleopatra and Dido will cast magic damage from mid ranges and Joan of Arc will constantly regen her teammate’s HP.
Chrono Legacy Formation Guide: Tips and Tricks
- Put Mages, Support and Assassin in the backline as they are vulnerable with massive damage
- Your Warrior should be in the middle line, right behind tank so they could jump into your backline and defend your mage or support from enemy assassin
- If you only use warrior as a frontliner, make sure they is well equipped and their level is max enough so they can withstand the enemy incoming attack for a long time.
Having a good formation will help you a lot during the battle as the hero on your roster will synergize each other with each of their special ability. However, it is wise to at least activate one or two hero bonds in your team in order to enhance your hero stats as well. Those heroes were tied by special bonds due to their similar position based on history or based on their relationship. So, it is also interesting to activate the bond since you will know what kind of story is behind those bonds.
That’s all for today’s Chrono Legacy Hero bond and Formation guide What are your thoughts about the Chrono Legacy Hero bond and Formation guide? Let us know in the comments below!
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