Legion TD 2 Weekly Challenge Solution for November 28, 2021

It’s time for another weekly challenge in Legion TD 2, and this event is the week of November 28, 2021. The challenge this week is taken from a game played by M0NX on Monday, November 22, 2021. It takes place on Wave 7, which is a generally tough wave with the units provided to us. In this guide, we’ll take a look at some potential solutions for the Legion TD 2 weekly challenge for November 28, and show you how to easily clear it.

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The units provided for this challenge are:

  • Daphne x1
  • Seraphin x1
  • Warg x1
  • Nekomata x1
  • Ranger x1
  • Pollywog x5

We start with enough gold for full stacks on Nekomata, and we also get sent 3 Lizards from the enemy.

Legion TD 2 Weekly Challenge Solution for November 28, 2021

Here is the solution for the November 28, 2021, weekly challenge in Legion TD 2:

Legion TD 2 Weekly Challenge Solution for November 28, 2021

The main damage dealer will be Nekomata with max fish stacks. Make sure to upgrade Nekomata, and it will be your top damage along, with Daphne close behind and Ranger pulling in around 1,000 damage.

You can use the Seraphin to either help split the sludges or help the main group with extra damage. Either one works, and in our solution, we threw the Seraphin on the right to help split the group. 

As always, there are many possible solutions for this one. To go for a higher score, you can slowly remove Pollywogs and switch around the positioning. A lot of how well your team holds is based on how optimized Nekomata’s healing goes, so try to focus on that while splitting damage and aggro between Daphne, Warg, and Nekomata.

Someone managed to score a 255, and I have no idea how that is possible, quite frankly. But, there are many ways to get well beyond a 100 score in this weekly challenge, so there must be a creative solution utilizing only a couple of units. Good luck!

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