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Legends Rivals: Lineage of Evil Vs. Fusion Warriors

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Article by Emanuele Medaglia
Legends Rivals: Lineage of Evil Vs. Fusion
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Overview

There has always been a bitter rivalry between Saiyans and member of the Frieza race in the Dragonball Universe. In-game, Saiyans have often been protagonists of the most popular Teams, while Lineage of Evil has always been considered the saviors who could end those “monkeys” reign.  

Fusion vs Lineage of Evil represents the previous description perfectly, since the former was absolutely shredding the Meta after this game’s Anniversary, until the latter got a new addition that made the Team considerably more competitive and also a perfect counter against Fusion.

Fight!

HP 2,424,348
Strike ATK 228,401
Blast ATK 230,660
Strike DEF 158,717
Blast DEF 163,511
Critical
1,316
Ki Restore Speed
2,301
HP 2,412,373
Strike ATK 247,440
Blast ATK 219,638
Strike DEF 149,591
Blast DEF 146,660
Critical
1,490
Ki Restore Speed
2,562

During the Anniversary, there was almost no comparison between the Team. Lineage of Evil already had the Damage output to bring Fusion down, but their durability was so bad that the opposite scenario was the most likely one. What completely changed the dynamics of this matchup, was the addition of SP FF FP Frieza YEL. Not only the latter is arguably the best Tank in the game, he also counters Fusion’s best Fighter -- namely SP Super Vegito PUR -- by color. This fact alone changed things completely, as the risks of running SP Golden Frieza GRN mostly disappeared. Yes, he can still get one-combo-killed by SP Super Vegito PUR, but at least he now has the best cover possible to guard him.

The matchup goes like this: in order to win, Fusion absolutely must control the early game, since most of SP Golden Frieza GRN’s Offensive power goes away after 60 timer counts, and generally Lineage of Evil’ strength depends on all the three Fighters being alive. So Fusion should limit the Damage received in the early game, just to strike back once its Fighters’ Main Abilities charge up -- Especially SP Vegito RED’s is important to lock SP Golden Frieza GRN in and finish him off with SP Super Vegito PUR.

HP 2,266,253
Strike ATK 239,191
Blast ATK 252,503
Strike DEF 147,298
Blast DEF 142,983
Critical
1,356
Ki Restore Speed
2,290
HP 2,412,272
Strike ATK 215,222
Blast ATK 219,537
Strike DEF 158,507
Blast DEF 158,515
Critical
1,411
Ki Restore Speed
2,423

On the other hand, Lineage of Evil’s managing to land some Combos right off the bat might make things ugly very quickly. Having SP Golden Frieza GRN and SP FF FP Frieza YEL magnified by SP FF Coora BLU’s Buff, means that Lineage of Evil can inflict loads of Damage whatever Fighter Fusion puts in. Defeating SP Super Vegito PUR should be the main aim, however disposing of SP Vegito RED is good too since in that scenario SP FF FP Frieza YEL becomes the best Fighter on both Teams.

Overall, both Teams have the means to beat the other, with Lineage of Evil being a bit more consistent thanks to SP FF FP Frieza YEL.

Who Wins?

HP 2,234,476
Strike ATK 226,736
Blast ATK 239,809
Strike DEF 143,582
Blast DEF 143,575
Critical
1,312
Ki Restore Speed
2,241
HP 2,188,634
Strike ATK 244,399
Blast ATK 225,429
Strike DEF 139,429
Blast DEF 140,833
Critical
1,318
Ki Restore Speed
2,260

Let’s put things straight, Fusion is still an overwhelming force in the meta. The sole fact that it manages to compete so well against a Team built to counter it, speaks volumes for Fusion’s strength.

Fusion Fighters have some of the most terrific Offensive toolkits in the whole game, alongside with frustratingly good utility -- Attribute Upgrade removal, Lock-in-- and incredible Z-Abilities that make them very consistent

However, in this specific matchup Lineage of Evil emerges victorious, which is a verdict that reflects the current PVP season well, since many people in top 10k are successfully running this Team.

Ultimately, this rivalry is healthy for the game, since Fusion is not as unstoppable as it was anymore.

About the Author(s)

I'm a Dragon Ball Legends' writer who also consistently ranks in top 1k in the game's PVP.  I'm not part of the Hit bandwagon.