Light Chimera (Shan)

Shan (Light Chimera) Shan
  • Rating by users: 4.62 / 5 based on 14 reviews

    Monster Type: support

Speed CRI Rate CRI Dmg Resistance Accuracy
95 15% 50% 15% 0%

Shan (Chimera light) awakening materials:

Summoners War Magic Mid Essence 5
Summoners War Magic High Essence 15
Summoners War light Mid Essence 10
Summoners War light High Essence 20
Awakening bonus: Increases Accuracy by 25%.

Non awakened form

Description, multipliers, cooltime and powerup of Shan's skills

Shan Leader Skill Leader Skill:
Increases the HP of ally monsters with Light attribute by 50%.
Shan Trample Trample
380%
Pins down the enemy and inflicts Continuous Damage for 1 turn.
  • Lv.2 Damage +5%
  • Lv.3 Damage +5%
  • Lv.4 Damage +5%
  • Lv.5 Damage +15%
Shan Squall Squall
((SPD+70)/0.3)%
The faster your Attack Speed, the greater the damage becomes. Attack Speed is increased for 2 turns if you get a Critical Hit. (Reusable in 3 turns)
  • Lv.2 Damage +10%
  • Lv.3 Damage +10%
  • Lv.4 Cooltime Turn -1
Shan Holy Calling Holy Calling
Stuns all enemies with an 80% chance, increases the Attack Speed of all allies for 2 turns and increases the Attack Bar of all allies by 25%. (Reusable in 5 turns)
  • Lv.2 Harmful Effect Rate +10%
  • Lv.3 Harmful Effect Rate +10%
  • Lv.4 Cooltime Turn -1

Youtube Videos featuring Shan

Light Chimera Build
Skill and rune review by Schizoprhenicgamer

How to get Light Chimera in Summoners War

You can obtain Chimera from Light & Dark Scroll , Temple of Wishes

How many Devilmon to max skill-up Shan?

10 Devilmons/Other Chimera are needed to power up all the skills of Shan (Light Chimera)

Shan skills Buffs and Debuffs

Continuous DMG Summoners War Continuous DMG - Trample
Increase ATK SPD Summoners War Increase ATK SPD - Squall
Stun Summoners War Stun - Holy Calling

Mininum and maximum stats for any level of Shan

Form Stars Attack Defense Hp
Awakened

Min: 352

Max: 597

Min: 280

Max: 476

Min: 4,425

Max: 7,500

Awakened

Min: 478

Max: 812

Min: 381

Max: 648

Min: 6,000

Max: 10,215

Unawakened

Min: 309

Max: 525

Min: 276

Max: 468

Min: 4,065

Max: 6,900

Unawakened

Min: 420

Max: 714

Min: 375

Max: 637

Min: 5,520

Max: 9,390

Shan Light Rating in PVP and PVE

Dungeon ( 4.6 / 5 )
Arena Defense ( 4.7 / 5 )
Arena Offense ( 4.9 / 5 )
Guild War Offense ( 4.9 / 5 )
Guild War Defense ( 4.6 / 5 )
ToA ( 5 / 5 )
Raid Battle ( 3.4 / 5 )
Farming ( 4.8 / 5 )

Your opinions

Azzeal43 Profile Image
17 August 2017 13:29
Good Gods... I got this guy from this month's L&D scroll from TOA. Holy Smokes, he is Unholy... His S3 hits all the enemies with a stun (80% chance- 100% when fully skilled), bumps up the ATK BARs of allies by 25% and further increases their ATK SPD for 2T. It's like having a Bernard that can kick an A**. Swift is the only way to go- you want him as fast as freakin' possible (his S2 scales off ATK SPD and does a ton of damage). He can farm, do TOA, dungeons, PVP etc. 
Azzeal43 Profile Image
21 August 2017 12:51
Furthermore, once I put him on AD I could almost hear the crickets chirping Sunday as folks passed over my AD. I think I got hit twice... and one of them was a successful defense. I think I have a new MVP.
KainMH3 Profile Image
21 August 2017 17:57
I don't really want to disappoint you, but Shan is hardly useful in late game unless you can get another couple of light nat5s than can use his leaderskill like Artamiel or Nigong in example. From C2 and up, most if the monsters are will runed, turning the 3rd skill useless in the first turn, so you'll have to rely on your Squall at first. Also if you don't use him as leader, he will be too squishy to be a real threat in defense, just like Taor or Lagmaron. You wont see any of them in c2 defenses and up. And in GW is more the same. Lots of will runed monsters and lots if speed teams with Chloe or Woosa that will ruin Shan's S3.
Don't take me wrong, hes's a very nice monster to have, but its far from being a game changer, and even within the Chimeras he can't be compared with Rakan or Zeratu that are top tier nat5s.
And sadly, Shan's Squall is not as useful as his cousins one due to the elemental neutrality. Lag can easily oneshot water monsters, Taor can do the same with fire ones, both are common enemies. Shan can only take advantage of his squall vs dark monsters wich are much more rare to face.
So you may need a very specific team of monsters to make him shine: a good speed leader, a def breaker and maybe an AoE stripper just in case all enemies are will runed.
Hopefully you can develop a battle strategy for him once you reach conqueror2 arena level and tell us wich is the best way to use him
Azzeal43 Profile Image
28 August 2017 13:53
You offer very good criticism and the points you make are certainly correct. He really needs to go right behind a stripper- instead of being the only SPD lead, which I discovered when I made a cleave team around him. Like any critter, he's only as strong as his support. I've found his S3 Stun to a very effective follow-up to Chiwu's AOE strip- if they don't have immunity, chances are they are stunned- I can't wait to see how effective it is once he's fully skilled. He's perfect for disrupting a speed tuned combo for this reason. He definitely needs a good tag-team partner that can do some damage- I run him alongside Lagmoran (with Chiwu as lead) in GW offense and between the two of them, somebody is stunned or dead on the first turn. He's a little more "niche" than I thought he would be, but still a great critter to have in the bag o' tools. I have yet to make a serious push in the arena- simply because I hate it. I'll defer to you for opinions on C1 or above.
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