Talents: Cavalry, Conquering, Skill
How to get Chandragupta in Rise of Kingdoms:
- Wheel of Fortune: Day 569 in your Kingdom
- Universal Sculptures
- Card King Event
|Barbs & Forts||B|
|– High single-target DPS|
– Health & Defense debuff
– Powerful damage buff
|– Needs to be expertised for maximum effectiveness, large investment|
– Outclassed by Attila/Takeda rally combo
– Doesn’t provide as many stat buffs as other legendary commanders
Talent Tree Builds
Best Chandragupta Talent Trees in Rise of Kingdoms
|Rage Requirement: 1000|
The damage of all troops under his command is increased for 3 seconds. At the same time, they gain 1 stacks of Blessed, increasing cavalry units’ attack by 15% per stack for 10 seconds. Blessed can stack up to 3 times.
Damage Bonus: 20% / 25% / 30% / 35% / 40%
Royal Elephant Brigade
|When attacking a stronghold, your troops’ damage reduction is increased. Gain a stack of Blessed after using the “Hidden Moon” skill.|
Damage Reduction: 2% / 4% / 6% / 8% / 10%
|When all this commander’s troops are cavalry, health is increased, and each attack has a 50% chance to add a stack of Exhaust to the target, reducing their health and defense. Each stack lasts 5 seconds, and can stack up to 3 times.|
Cavalry Health: 4% / 8% / 12% / 16% / 20%
Health and Defense Reduced: 1% / 2% / 3% / 4% / 5%
|Damage taken from cavalry is reduced. After using an active skill, all troops’ march speed is increased for 3 seconds. Meanwhile, all stacks of Blessed are removed, and damage dealt to the target based on the number of stacks removed (Damage Factor: number of stacks x300-500).|
Damage from Cavalry Reduced: 1%/ 2% / 3% / 4% / 5%
March Speed Bonus: 5% / 10% / 15% / 20% / 25%
Direct Damage Factor: 300 / 350 / 400 / 450 / 500
|The Blessed effect can stack up to 4 times. While in alliance territory, each attack has a 50% chance to gain 1 stack of Blessed. Outside of alliance territory, each attack has a 50% chance. This effect can trigger once every 5 seconds.|
Chandragupta Maurya, nicknamed “Moon Guard”, is the founder of the Mauryan Empire in India.
Data on the early years of Chandragupta’s life varies depending on the source. Sinhala Buddhist texts say that his father was killed in battle while Maurya was still in his mother’s womb. In 324 or 321 BC. e. he declared himself king and led an attack on the capital of the Nanda dynasty, Pataliputra. He was then able to unite northern India, build a centralized state and create a regular army of 600,000 warriors with infantry, cavalry, chariots, elephants, a navy and clear logistics. Legends say that later Maurya gave up the throne, became a Jain monk, and left this life voluntarily by starvation and self-immolation.
Maurya’s teacher and advisor may have been Chanakya, an ancient Indian politician, philosopher and economist. Together they overthrew the Nanda dynasty and founded the Mauryan empire. Chanakya is considered the author of Arthashastra, a treatise on government, economics and military strategy.