Talents: Archer, Conquering, Skill
How to get Nebuchadnezzar in Rise of Kingdoms:
- Mightiest Governor Event: Day 681 in your Kingdom
- Universal Sculptures
- Card King Event
|Barbs & Forts||S|
|– Powerful AoE Skill damage|
– Anti-swarm damage factor
– Reduces target rage
– Part of one of the best rally combos in the game
|– Needs last skill to be at 5 points, likely requiring large investment|
Talent Tree Builds
Best Nebuchadnezzar Talent Trees in Rise of Kingdoms
|Rage Requirement: 1000|
Damages up to 5 enemy troops in a fan-shaped area. Damage dealt to each target is reduced by 15% for each additional target.
Direct Damage Factor:700 / 900 / 1100 / 1300 / 1500
|Archer units led by this commander gain increased defense and increased march speed.|
Archer Defense Bonus: 10% / 15% / 20% / 25% / 30%
Archer March Speed Bonus: 3% / 6% / 9% / 12% / 15%
Blessing of Marduk
|When this commander leads a rally attack, counterattack damage is increased by x%, and incoming attacks have a 10% chance to deal direct damage to the attacker (Damage Factor X) and reduce their march speed by x% for 3 seconds. Cooldown: 5 seconds.|
Counterattack Damage Bonus: 10% / 15% / 20% / 25% / 30%
Direct Damage Factor: 300 / 400 / 500 / 650 / 800
March Speed Reduction: 10% / 15% / 20% / 25% / 30%
Destroyer of Carchemish
|Troops led by this commander deal x% increased damage, and each normal attack has a 10% chance to reduce target’s rage by x. This effect can trigger once every 5 seconds.|
Damage Bonus: 3% / 6% / 9% / 12% / 15%
Rage Reduction: 20 / 40 / 60 / 80 / 100
King of Babylon
|Deals direct damage in a forward-facing fan-shaped area up to 5 targets (Damage Factor 1500). Damage dealt to each target is reduced by 15% for each additional target. At the same time, deals additional damage to the current target (Damage Factor 500).|
Nebuchadnezzar II is the greatest king of the New Babylonian kingdom, who ruled it the longest (from 605 to 562 BC).
Nebuchadnezzar was a brilliant strategist. Throughout almost the entire reign, he conquered neighboring kingdoms, fought with Ancient Egypt and suppressed uprisings in his land. Among his military deeds, the two sieges of Jerusalem in 597 and 587 are best known. BC e. and the destruction of the Temple of Solomon after the second siege.
And yet in history he remained not as a conqueror, but as a builder. In his free time from military campaigns, he expanded the capital of his kingdom – Babylon. He rebuilt temples, paved roads, dug canals and built many fortifications, including a moat around the city walls. It is believed that Nebuchadnezzar built the famous Hanging Gardens of Babylon to remind his wife of Medes of her homeland.