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It’s not possible with his super dispel which cames first, you can attack only blue a red titans.
Attacking blue titans = chameleon + dispeller (melendor in my case) to get him back to blue, repeat after every 4 turns
Attacking red = chameleon to get him blue, repeat after every 3 turns
I was super lucky to get him with one coins pull so I am wondering about his usage, but I have Athena, so changing red to blue doesn’t seem to be appealing to me tho. But he should be an upgrade against blue titans as he could replace Gadeirus. I wonder how he will do on raids/wars
So first you add undispellabe effects to game (so far so good). Than you will add hero that can dispell undispellable effects. What will come next? Effects sooo undispellable that even hero wich can dispell undispellable effects cannot dispell them?
element change is probably debuff, so it cannot be dispelled. Didn’t try if enemy cleanser can remove it. Chameleon is useless against blue titans then (unless fired three times every three turns ), so you can use it on red titans with green stack (and fire every three turns) or against green (and fire twice every three turns)
Chameleon’s remove ability doesn’t remove previously used element change, so blue goes to green on first cast and if it won’t wore off it goes to red when casted again next. That seems weird tho, because element change is listed as status effect and it should be removed too
Chameleon’s remove ability removes buff and debuffs too, so it can go against you. It makes it harder for titans too, because you need to cast defense/attack/element debuff after every chameleon’s special
With all this, I definitely won’t use chameleon on titans.
I admit I’ve been confused about this hero since the beta thread. The buffing part makes sense to me and I think a green-Ares is a fine way to look at that component. What I’ve long struggled with is the part about changing “the element of all enemies to the element they are strong against…”
Is this correct? Let’s say I set a defense with a a red tank (not Mitsuko) with Guardian Chameleon flanking. My enemy likely brings a blue stack. However, they are too slow to get a kill and Guardian Chameleon fires, changing my enemy’s stack to red, which is neutral against my tank. I am happy.
Alternative scenario: same defense and attack setup but they plow through my tank. Chameleon fires and makes their stack STRONG against my now exposed flank. I am unhappy!
Since you can’t control their timing, they don’t seem a strong option in defense, unless I’m just completely misunderstanding this dynamic / the interactions.
I have faced G.Chameleon as the boss in Legendary - Stage 7. I’ve stacked monoblues in Miki, Frida, Athena, Master Lepus and Ariel. At the onset, Miki prevented G.Chameleon from casting his skills. But when he does, the elemental change took place, changing the element of my heroes all from blue to red, which is a strong color against G.Chameleon. It doesn’t make sense since reds are strong against green and greens are weak against red. I think there is a need to fix this. Please check this out. Or else, i will be bummed since I was able to pull him earlier in the first minute when the Teltoc gate opened.
Looks like G. Chameleon’s special is really confusing. My feeling is that you need to do a lot of strategic planning and timing to fully take advantage of his abilities. I for one am not intelligent enough to do all that calculation lol
I pulled him this morning and I was a bit confused about his application so went through the options to see if I could find a reason to max him.
Titans : 0/10. I don’t see him as viable for titans. If I use him for titans I want to use whatever mana potions I have to load miki, wu etc… I don’t see the attack buff increasing damage more than a titan that is always the right color. On top of that he would dispel any offensive buffs you have from miki, wu etc.
Defense : 0/10 On Defence I think he is only a liability. By the time he loads his skill chances are that the enemy has few of his stacked colors left on his board which means that there will be a lot of tiles in off colors. Switching the enemies colors to a color of which there are a lot of tiles to load specials with is suicide. I would NEVER use him on defence. Defence is about punishing bad boards, not turning them in your enemies favor. If the board would be good then the skill would be too little too late. It won’t make you beat good boards but it will probably make you lose against bad ones.
Offense : 3/10 That leaves Offense as his only possible application. Here the only application I can see is against 2/1 centres where the flanks are strong against the tanks weak color. Purple/yellow or Blue tank with red flanks, Green Tank with blue flanks, Red tank with green flanks. In these scnarios however the use is only ever good after the tank was killed after which you have a serious case of Ameonna complex ( using tiles to load a skill that needs tiles to deal damage which are now no longer on the board ). The skill is therefore only useful in a best case scenario where you have a good enough board to wipe the tank and load your skills which should be winning with any decent 5* hero. A hero that makes a winning situation into a a slightly more winnable situation isn’t useful.
I gave a 3 rating on offence because there is a niche application Ursena This allows you to stack off color againsther and flip her color. I could see a purple stack + Chameleon doing a job against an Ursena tank who is notoriously hard to take down but even then you need to have the right tiles to pull it off.
In short I rate the chameleon at a 1/10 overall. Fun idea but Mok-Arr, Margeret, Atomos level of execution.
They got this skill very, very wrong. A chameleon changes his own color. This skill should reflect that and allow you to change your own team’s color. Use green tiles load him up and then continue firing with the blue tiles on your board… This would of course require removing the attack and crit buff.