Belisarius Prime

Belisarius Prime Talent Tree Build and Guide
Belisarius Prime




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☆☆☆☆☆ Open Field
☆☆☆☆☆ Rallying Object.
☆☆☆☆☆ Defending Object.

In Rise of Kingdoms, Belisarius Prime is a legendary cavalry commander. He has the Cavalry, Versatility, and Mobility talent trees. Belisarius Prime is a great commander for open-field fighting, hunting enemy farms, and disabling enemy commander rage. His main role is to disable targets and to be mobile.

Should you invest in Belisarius Prime?

Well, there is no straightforward answer to investing or not investing in Belisarius Prime. If you are a free-to-play player, then you should not invest in Belisarius Prime. The reason is that other cavalry commanders are much better than him and will provide you with more value.

If you already have the best cavalry commanders, then you can invest your sculptures in Belisarius Prime. Keep in mind that Belisarius Prime does not have AOE damage, so he will not be that great in big fights. In a big fight, you will be attacked by a lot of commanders, so disabling the rage of a single commander will do nothing. Do not use him for big fights.

He is specifically designed for swarming objectives, hunting enemy farms, and disabling the rage of enemy heroes. If you are playing AOO, then definitely invest in Belisarius Prime. His movement speed is incredibly good, which is useful for taking the Ark.

Belisarius Prime Talent Tree Build

Belisarius Prime Field Talent Tree Build
Belisarius Prime Field Talent Tree Build
Belisarius Prime Mobility Talent Tree
Belisarius Prime Mobility Talent Tree

Belisarius Prime Pairings

He needs to be tested, but for now, pair him with Huo Qubing or Justinian. Belisarius Prime’s talent tree is pretty bad, so use him as a secondary commander.

Belisarius Prime Skills

Custodian of the Empire Custodian of the Empire

Deals direct damage to a target troop (Damage Factor 2400). For the next 2 seconds, the target loses 50 Rage per second. If the target is surrounded, it is inflicted with the Deception effect for 5 seconds (its active skills require 200 more Rage to use).
Target Type: Single
Rage Requirement: 1000

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Direct Damage Factor: 1200/1500/1800/2100/2400
Rage Reduction: 25/30/35/40/50
Rage Requirement Increase: 100/120/140/160/200

Press the Advantage Press the Advantage

This commander’s cavalry units gain 30% Attack and 20% Marc Speed. Whenever this commander’s troop exits combat, cavalry units in their troop gain 60% March Speed for 5 seconds.

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Cavalry Attack Bonus: 10%/15%/20%/25%/30%
Cavalry March Speed Bonus: 4%/8%/12%/16%/20%
Cavalry March Speed Bonus (Exiting Combat): 10%/20%/30%/40%/60%

To the Last Man To the Last Man

This commander’s cavalry units gain 25% Defense. While this commander’s troop is on the map, whenever it launches a basic attack it has a 10% chance to deal extra direct damage to the target (Damage Factor 500). Cooldown: 5 seconds.

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Cavalry Defense Bonus: 5%/10%/15%/20%/25%
Direct Damage Factor: 100/200/300/400/500

Pacification of Nika Pacification of Nika

This commander’s troop takes 10% less skill damage. If this commander’s troop is attacking another troop on the map and the target troop has less than 80% units remaining, this commander’s troop deals 30% more skill damage.

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Skill Damage Reduction: 2%/4%/6%/8%/10%
Skill Damage Bonus: 10%/15%/20%/25%/30%

Roman Devotion Roman Devotion

If the current target of this commander’s troop is surrounded, increases the target’s damage received based on the of troops surrounding it:

  • 3 troops: 6% more damage.
  • 4 troops: 9% more damage.
  • 5 troops: 12% more damage.

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