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Darkseid is a 3-Star base, Legendary, Arcane Hero. He is the first Legendary Arcane Class hero and the second Legendary Hero over all after Arkham Knight Batman.


He is available in the Platinum Chest for 450 Power Gems each, which only has a 0.75% chance of yielding him, and another 0.75% chance of Arkham Knight Batman. On average, it would take about 133 chests to get him once, or 400 chests to get him to 6 stars (costing 180,000 gems, or $2400 USD).

He is also available in other chests that cost gems, but only at a 0.46% chance that is shared with Arkham Knight Batman (i.e. 0.23% chance to get Darkseid if it is equal chance) from most of them, or 0.34% (also shared) from the cheaper Hero Chest.

Darkseid is also occasionally available in special offer packs which cost real money ($164.99 AUD).


Sacrifices Are Necessary count other heroes on either team, as well as any Parademons Darkseid summons. As he can only summon up to 3 Parademons, this can be applied up to 8 times. Extra characters, like those controlled by Warrior Queen Wonder Woman, Sub-Zero, and Unhinged Harley Quinn's passives, do not count. Darkseid's chest omega symbol glows orange when he is empowered by this passive.

The pattern of Apokolips Bombardment is one of the most important factors when fighting against him. It occurs once every set duration as long as he is tagged out (not simply triggered upon tag out). A large, static, and harmless hazard (about twice the size of a normal one like Armored Superman's Heat Vision) appears on the ground for a second, before red energy balls drop from above, blasting the opponent caught within into the air, dealing damage and interrupting abilities. Despite the animation, the damage doesn't actually come from "above"; if you use a jump attack at the right time while instead the hazard, you can "jump over" the bombardment (especially noticeable with Energized Starfire due to her jump attack allows her to hover for a longer time).

The hazard is centered behind Darkseid's opponent (i.e. there is a shorter section in front of them, but more of it behind them). Therefore, you can often escape it by using a jump or rush attack to push forward in a timely fashion. This attack can crit, and damage taken is reduced by defense. Unlike Dark Supergirl and Multiverse Armored Supergirl's interrupt, it can be blocked, including special block, which Darkseid cannot interrupt however, blocking does not reduce damage taken from it. Due to the delay, it is possible for the hazard to appear, Darkseid to tag in and then for the bombardment to hit even though he is currently in the fight.

After update 3.2, Omega Beams can armor-pierce and Omega Effect can drain up to 4.87 bars of power from opponents. If Darkseid or his teammates lose more than 15% of max health over 1 second, they gain an Absorption Barrier for 6 seconds with a 5 second cooldown. This make Darkseid and his teammates more difficult to damage and knockout.

Summon Parademons can only be used for a limited number of times, as dictated by his Parademons passive (since he is unlocked at 4 stars, as long as he is obtained this should be at maximum, 3). It works somewhat similarly to Sub-Zero's Klone Toss, except the latter is unlimited and creates a clone based on the enemy's abilities and stats instead. This puts Darkseid at a disadvantage, especially for a relatively low threat one, as you're more likely to be fighting stronger opponents.

Parademons only have special 1 and 2 (usable with 2 and 3 power bars), with no special 3 or supermove. While a Parademon is fighting, Darkseid is considered tagged out and can use Apokolips Bombardment.

All of Darkseid's specials hit opponents at any range. Summon Parademons does not direct deal damage, but the parademon's specials are also ranged.

When paired with 4-star Power Girl or Silver Doctor Fate, Darkseid's specials will cost 2 bars less. This is extremely useful and can even allow Darkseid to pull infinite combos on any character, especially Boss Brainiac in raids. It would require for him to press the opponent to the far right hand side of the map and the pattern is usually; 3 basics, swipe, 2-3 basics and special 2, then rinse and repeat.


Good with[]

  • Shazam: His passive Courage of Achilles gives a 20-100% base attack increase to Arcane and Might teammates. Darkseid benefits greatly from these.
  • Power Girl/Silver Doctor Fate: Their passives reduce their teammate's power cost abilities by 2 (when they are upgraded to 4 stars). This allows Darkseid to use his specials earlier.
  • Sub-Zero: He can create an ice clone of Darkseid, but the clone cannot use his special 3, Summon Parademons, at all. If Darkseid summons a parademon, Sub-Zero is also unable to clone it directly.


  • Passive 1: PARADEMONS
    • Improves the Health and Defense of summoned Parademons and increases how many Parademons can be summoned per battle. Parademon stats are a percentage of Darkseid's stats.
      • 20%/40%/60%/80%/100% Parademon Defense
      • 20%/30%/40%/50%/60% Parademon Health
      • 1/2/2/3/3 Parademons per battle
    • Darkseid absorbs the lifeforce of KO'd allies and enemies, regenerating his own Health and gaining Attack for the rest of the battle. Effects stack. Parademons count as teammates. Team members who lose more than 15% of max health over 1 second gain an Absorption Barrier for 6 seconds with a 5 second cooldown.
      • 10%/15%/20%/25%/30% Health absorbed
      • 10%/15%/20%/25%/30% Attack absorbed
      • Barrier for 100%/200%/300%/400%/500% of current health
    • When tagged out, Darkseid commands Apokolips to bombard the battlefield. Apokolips deals damage and can interrupt opponent Special Attacks and bypass shields.
      • 50%/60%/70%/80%/100% Chance of firing
      • 50%/?/?/60%/80% Damage
      • 12/?/?/10/8 Second intervals


  • Special 1: OMEGA BEAMS (Consumes 3 bars of power).
    • Darkseid fires armor-piercing omega beams from his eyes.
      • 331 / 6,856 Damage
      • Armor-pierce
  • Special 2: OMEGA EFFECT (Consumes 4 bars of power)
    • Darkseid utilizes Omega power to track and drain power from his opponent.
      • 497 / 10,284 Damage
      • 3 / 4.87 Power bars drained
  • Special 3: SUMMON PARADMONS (Consumes 5 bars of power)
    • Darkseid summons a Parademon soldier to battle. If the maximum number of Parademons have been used, this Special is disabled. Parademon stats are a percentage of Darkseid's stats.
      • 50% / 119% Parademon Attack
      • 40% / 74.5% Parademon Critical chance


  • BOSS DARKSEID (Consumes 10 bars of power)
    • 2,640 / 23,040 Damage
    • +20%/25%/35% Damage for the duration of the battle

Base Stats[]




  • 50,000


  • 5,000


  • 150% Critical Attack Damage
  • 1% Critical Attack Chance
  • 15% Lethal Attack Chance
  • 2 Fast Attack Hits
  • 1%Fast Attack Chance


  • 15% Defense
  • 25% Blocking
  • 100% Stun Attack Resistance
  • 100% Damage Over Time Resistance
  • 100% Critical Attack Resistance 

Acquiring Gear[]

His gear is available for free after unlocking him and leveling him up. It's also available in the Darkseid Power Up chests or gear packs that cost real money in Special Offers.

Gear Set Bonus[]

Amount of Gear Rewards
2/5 +12% Stun Resistance
3/5 +6% Health
5/5 +12% Health


  • He introduces the game mode Champions Arena via pop up dialogue boxes.
  • He was changed significantly from the leaked version prior to his release. His passive 1 was Summon Parademons which worked like Warrior Queen Wonder Woman's passive. His special 2 was called Palm Blast. His special 3 was Anti-Life Equation which consumed the weakest teammate's health to deal bonus damage.
  • With his release, top level enemy teams that can be fought in the arena (1.5m+ threat) often consists of him, Shazam, and Arkham Knight Batman. Coincidentally, it resembles a once-popular "magnet team" in the first Injustice mobile game, that similarly has very high base stats but no synergy with each other, that was used to attract enemy attacks (as the AI defeating an attacking player gives rating in the first game) - Darkseid, Shazam, and Arkham Origins Batman.
  • Upon initial release, many players felt the Hero was far too weak for a Legendary rank. However, with Update 3.2, Darkseid was refactored and buffed to become one of the strongest heroes in game.