MCOC Abilities | Utility | Immunity | Size Chart

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📌 What is Immunity in Marvel Contest of Champions (MCoC):

In MCoC, immunity is a special ability that makes a champion immune to certain types of debuffs or damage. This ability allows a champion to resist or completely avoid negative effects that would normally affect them.

For example: a champion with immunity to Bleed would not take any damage from Bleed debuffs, while a champion with immunity to Incinerate would not take any damage from Incinerate debuffs. Similarly, a champion with immunity to Stun would not be affected by Stun debuffs and would not be unable to move or attack for a short period.

Having immunity can be a significant advantage in battles, particularly against opponents who rely on debuffs or negative effects to weaken their opponents. Immunity can also be useful in specific game modes, such as Alliance Wars or certain quests, where certain types of debuffs or damage are more prevalent.

It's important to note that not all champions have immunity, and some champions may have partial immunity or immunity to only specific types of debuffs or damage. Additionally, some champions may have abilities that provide temporary immunity or resistance to debuffs. Understanding a champion's abilities and strengths can help players build effective teams and strategies in MCoC.

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MCOC Immunity Chart Updated



📌 What is Damage over time (DoT) debuffs in Marvel Contest of Champions (MCoC):

Damage over time (DoT) debuffs in MCoC are negative effects that cause a champion to take continuous damage over a period of time, rather than all at once. DoT debuffs can be inflicted by certain champions' attacks or special abilities, and they can be highly effective in wearing down an opponent's health over time.

There are several types of DoT debuffs in Marvel Contest of Champions, including:
  • Bleed: Deals Direct Damage.
  • Poison: causes a champion to lose a portion of their health over time and reduces their ability accuracy.
  • Incinerate: causes a champion to take direct energy damage over time and reduces their ability accuracy.
  • Shock: Deals Energy Damage.
  • Coldsnap: Deals Energy Damage and prevents Evade.
  • Degeneration: Deals Direct Damage.
  • Plasma: Deals Energy Damage and has the properties of Incinerate and Shock.
  • Rupture: Deals Physical Damage.
DoT debuffs can be particularly useful against opponents with high health pools or strong defensive abilities, as they can slowly whittle away their health and make them easier to defeat. Additionally, certain champions have abilities that can amplify the effects of DoT debuffs, making them even more effective in battles.

It's important to note that some champions may have abilities that make them immune or resistant to DoT debuffs, so it's important to understand a champion's strengths and weaknesses before attempting to use DoT debuffs against them. Additionally, DoT debuffs can also be removed or nullified by certain champions' abilities, so players should be prepared to adjust their strategies accordingly.

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MCOC Damage Over Time Debuff applied Champs 2022


📌 What is Utility in Marvel Contest of Champions (MCoC):

Utility in MCoC refers to a champion's non-damage dealing abilities that can provide various benefits to the player during a fight. These abilities can range from healing, to debuffing the opponent, to buffing the player's own champion, among others.

Utility champions are often used to complement a team's damage dealers, as they can provide much-needed support in the form of healing, crowd control, or other abilities that can help turn the tide of a battle. For example, a champion with a healing ability can help keep the player's team alive, while a champion with a debuffing ability can weaken the opponent, making them easier to defeat.

Some examples of utility abilities in Marvel Contest of Champions include:
  • Regeneration: the ability to restore a champion's health over time
  • Power control: the ability to reduce or prevent the opponent from gaining power
  • Stun: the ability to temporarily stun the opponent, preventing them from moving or attacking
  • Armor up: the ability to increase a champion's armor rating, reducing the amount of damage they take
  • Fury: the ability to increase a champion's attack rating, increasing the amount of damage they deal
  • Nullify: the ability to remove buffs from the opponent
  • Evade: the ability to dodge the opponent's attacks
Understanding a champion's utility is an important aspect of team building in Marvel Contest of Champions, as it can greatly affect a team's overall effectiveness in battles. A well-balanced team should have a mix of damage dealers and utility champions to maximize their chances of success.

Special Utility

Champions

Heal Reversal

Guillotine, Spider Gwen, She Hulk, Wasp, Captain America IW, Void.

Stun Immunity

Bishop, Diablo, Emma Frost, Iceman, juggernaut, Nick Fury, The Hood with Dormammu Synergy, Annihilus (While Cosmic Control Rod is Active).

Stun Reflect

Black Panther IW

Taunt (Opponents that are Taunted have their Attack reduced by X% and have a X% higher chance to activate a Special Attack.)

Domino, Emma Frost, Goldpool, Night Thrasher, She Hulk, Spider Man (Stark Enhanced), Mister Fantastic.



📌 What is Size Attribute in Marvel Contest of Champions (MCoC):

In MCoC, the size of a champion refers to their physical dimensions and can play a role in how they interact with the game's environment and other champions.

Some champions, such as the Hulk or Thanos, are much larger than other champions, while some, such as Spider-Man or Black Widow, are relatively smaller in size. The size of a champion can affect their reach, the range of their attacks, and how they interact with obstacles and other environmental elements during battles.

It's important to note that while size can play a role in how a champion performs in battles, it is not the sole determining factor of their effectiveness. Champions with smaller sizes may be more agile and able to dodge attacks more easily, while larger champions may have more raw power and be able to deal more damage with their attacks. Ultimately, a champion's abilities, attributes, and synergies with other champions are more important factors in determining their effectiveness in battles.

In the Marvel Contest of Champions, there are some events that require specific size for champions. To enable entry to that quest or achieve that object, our following Champs size chart will help you:

📌 MCOC Size Chart (XL, L, M, S Champs Size):
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MCOC Size Chart - Updated


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7 Comments

  1. This is a very good analysis, kudos bro.

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    1. Please add power gain champs on the list. Thanks. Godbless.

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    2. Please add power gain champs on the list. Thanks. Godbless.

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  2. awesome but u know dr octopus heal blocks i know cos i have a 4 star rank 5

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  3. thanks for all the help, I am on my second account. I had one for 3 years and it's pretty stacked. But, I wanted to play through again, now that I know what I am doing better. I am looking forward to seeing which champs I lean on this time around.

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  4. Gulk only regenerates on cowardly passive debuffs like limbo and dormammu degen, not all/or active debuffs. i think that needs to be specified.

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