SWGoH Relic Review: Nute Gunray

Nute Gunray - SWGoH

Gaming-fans.com has been a staple in the Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes community since the beginning. From our Mod Guides and breaking news as a EA GameChanger to our Sith Raid Guide and more, our site seeks to help educate players about this highly complex mobile game. With Relic Amplifiers now in the game, Gaming-fans.com has you covered as we seek to continue to make the community smarter when it comes to how to get the most out of Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes.

Continuing the Relic Review series, this article will take a look at Nute Gunray and his Relic, the Incriminating Datapad. As always these reviews compare a character at Relic level 0 to Relic level 7 and mods are not factored in.

First off Nute Gunray gains a slightly below average Health increase of 17,892. However since he can revive once, this increase is effectively doubled to 35,784 making it much more valuable. This pairs well with his 13.92% Armor and 9.29% Resistance increases, both solid numbers. In addition Nute Gunray gains a very valuable 15.75% boost to both Dodge Chance and Deflection Chance.

Nute Gunray gains an additional 1,713 Physical Damage along with an extra 13.5% Critical Damage on the offensive side. Finally, he sees a very high 33.88% increase to Physical Critical Chance to round out his offensive gains. Because Nute only deals Physical Damage, the increases to his Special Damage and Special Critical Chance can be be ignored.

Whether he’s leading his own team or slotting in as the fifth under a General Grievous lead, Nute Gunray has a lot of value within the Separatist faction. While the offensive side of his Relic is somewhat disappointing, the defensive side more than makes up for it. After looking at all factors, I put Nute Gunray in the upper end of the Medium Priority tier.

 

By Zalandas Gosular
DotE & The Empire Alliance
Staff Writer, Gaming-fans.com

Be the first to comment on "SWGoH Relic Review: Nute Gunray"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*