Huo Qubing

Huo Qubing Talent Tree Build and Guide

Rarity:
Legendary

Specialties:
Cavalry
Versatility
Skill

Country:
China

Ratings

4.4/5 - (78 votes)

☆☆☆☆☆ Overall
☆☆☆☆☆ Open Field
☆☆☆☆☆ Rallying Cities
☆☆☆☆☆ Rallying Object.
☆☆☆☆☆ Defending Object.
☆☆☆☆☆ Defending Cities

In Rise of Kingdoms, Huo Qubing is an Legendary Cavalry commander. He has the Cavalry, Versatility, and Skill talent tree.

Should you invest in Huo Qubing?

Huo Qubing is an extremely powerful commander who will deal an insane amount of damage. It does not matter if you are free to play or pay to win, you should max out Huo Qubing, especially if you are more focused on cavalry units.

If you are a free-to-play player, we recommend that you max out Huo Qubing. We all know that the majority of free-to-play players do not rally buildings and objectives, and that is why Huo Qubing is a great investment. He is designed for field fighting, but you can also use him for rallying.

What you should keep in mind is that to get benefits from Huo Qubing’s first skills, you have to use him as a primary. Be careful when you are using him on an open field, you will get focused a lot by enemy players.

Huo Qubing Talent Tree Build

Huo Qubing Skill Talent Tree Build
Huo Qubing Skill Talent Tree Build
Huo Qubing Cavalry Talent Tree Build
Huo Qubing Cavalry Talent Tree Build

Huo Qubing Pairings

Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc is a great commander that you can pair with Huo Qubing. They are both field cavalry commanders, so they have great synergy. On top of that, Joan will boost damage and bring some rage regeneration, so Huo Qubing will be able to use the first skill more frequently, which means more DPS.

William I

William I is another commander who will have great synergy with Huo Qubing. What is great about this pairing is that William will deal AOE damage, bring more defense so you can survive more, and give rage regeneration so you can deal even more damage. 

Other

If you do not have any commanders from above, we recommend that you pair Huo Qubing with any cavalry commander that has AOE damage and defense bonuses, like Honda Tadakatsu and Mehmed.

Huo Qubing Skills

General of Agile Cavalry General of Agile Cavalry

Deals direct damage to a target troop (Damage Factor 2,700, 1,350 if serving as secondary commander) and reduces its March Speed by 50% for 3 seconds.

Ferghana Horses Ferghana Horses

Cavalry units led by this commander gain 40% increased Attack. While outside of alliance territory, their cavalry units gain 15% increased March Speed and deal 5% more damage to archer units.

Dragon of the Desert Dragon of the Desert

If this commander’s troop has not been garrisoned in a building for at least 30 seconds, every time their troop enters combat it will gain the following buffs for the first 15 seconds of the battle:

  • It deals 30% more skill damage
  • Active skills cost 150 less Rage to use

After 15 seconds, their troop will deal 10% more normal attack damage.

Battlefield Appropriations Battlefield Appropriations

When attacking an enemy troop, cavalry units led by this commander gain 30% increased Defense and their troop deals 20% more skill damage. Whenever their troop defeats an enemy troop, some of its slightly wounded units will be healed (Healing Factor 1,500). Cooldown: 8 seconds (does not reset after exiting combat)

Conquerer of Khentii Conquerer of Khentii

When attacking an enemy troop, cavalry units led by this commander gain 35% increased Defense and their troop deals 25% more skill damage. Whenever their troop defeats an enemy troop, it gains the Autumn Wind effect and some of its slightly wounded units will be healed (Healing Factor 3,000). Cooldown: 8 seconds (does not reset after exiting combat)

Autumn Wind: Resets the Rage of this commander’s troop, all temporary buffs and debuffs, and the amount of time it has been in combat.

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