Chandragupta Maurya Talent Tree Builds And Pairs
Chandragupta Maurya is a legendary Conquering commander that can be used on kingdoms which have been open for more than 310 days. He looks like a great commander but we will see how he is performing on in PVP. Chandragupta Maurya needs to be tested but he was just realized so you have to wait for In-depth guide, talent tree and pairs.
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Chandragupta Maurya Skills
Rage Requirement: 1000
The damage of all troops under his command is increased by 20% for 3 seconds. At the same time, they gain I stacks of Blessed, increasing cavalry units’ attack by 15% per stack for 10 seconds. Blessed can stack up to 3 times.
With this skill, Maurya’s troops gain damage for 3 seconds. They also gain 1 stack of Blessed which is a maximum of 3. This skill is a great active skill. At the max level, this skill increases the cavalry’s attack by 40% and gives a total of 120% increase in total damage. With Hidden Moon, the cavalry gets under the control of Chandragupta Maurya, a destructive and powerful on the battlefield.
Royal Elephant Brigade
When attacking a stronghold, your troops’ damage reduction is increased by 2%. Gain a stack of Blessed after using the “Hidden Moon” skill.
Damage Reduction: 2% / 4%/ 6%/ 8%/ 10%
Upgrade commander to 2 Stars to unlock.
This is a passive skill that decreases the damage received by the Garrison, keeps, and fortresses by 30%. This makes his troops last longer in the battle.
Damage taken from cavalry is reduced by 1%. After using an active skill, all troops’ march speed is increased by 5% for 3 seconds. Meanwhile, all stacks of Blessed are removed, and damage is dealt to the target based on the number of stacks removed (Damage Factor: number of stacks x 300).
Cavalry Health: 4%/ 8%/ 12%/ 16% / 20%
Health & Defense Reduced: 1%/ 2%/ 3%/ 4%/ 5%
Upgrade commander to 3 Stars to unlock.
When Maurya’s army contains only the cavalry units, they have a 50% more chance to gain a stack of Exhaust up to 5 maximum stacks. Every stack decreases the enemy’s health and attack. This skill lasts for 5 seconds.
Chandragupta cavalry’s gain 60% more health when it reaches a maximum of 5 exhaust stacks. The attacks of the cavalry reduce the defense and health of the enemies by 15%. This is a powerful debuff to cripple the enemy.
Troops’ normal attacks have a 10% chance to heal a portion of the slightly wounded units, restores rage, and increases troops’ march speed by 20% for 3 seconds. Effect can only trigger once every 2 seconds.
Damage From Cavalry Reduced: 1%/ 2%/ 3%/ 4%/ 5%
March Speed 5%/10% / 15% / 20% / 25%
Direct Damage Factor: 300 / 350 / 400 / 450 / 500
Upgrade commander to 4 Stars to unlock.
The cavalry unit of Chandragupta receives less damage with this skill. This passive skill gives 5% more bonus damage reduction to the cavalry.
The Blessed effect can stack up to 4 times. While in alliance territory, each attack has a 50% chance to gain one stack of Blessed. Outside of alliance territory, each attack has a 50% chance. This effect can only trigger once every 5 seconds.
Commander expertise is automatically unlocked once all skills have been upgraded to the maximum level.
This skill increases the number of blessed stacks from three to four. This would increase the second and third skills of Chandragupta. When you attack inside the Alliance territory, Chandragupta and his troops would have a 50% more chance to gain 1 stack of blessed when inside the territory and 2 blessed stacks when outside the territory.
He can further increase the total damage with his debuff from his set of active skills. He has the ability to provide more defense stats like healing, reducing the enemy’s fighting stats. In this pairing, Takeda should be the secondary Commander.
Khan can give what Chandragupta lacks, that are the rage regeneration, damage, and also the cavalry’s attack improvement. In this pairing, Chandragupta should be the secondary commander.
Chandragupta Maurya, nicknamed Moon Guardian, was the founder of the Mauryan Empire in India. Records of Chandragupta’s early life vary with each source. Sinhalese Buddhist texts claim that Maurya’s father was killed in, in battle while he was still in his mother’s womb. In 324 or 321 BCE, Maurya declared himself king, forming an army which he led to attack the capital city of Pataliputra. Maurya then went on to unify northern India, building a centralized state with a standing army of 600,000 infantry, cavalry, chariots, sailors, elephants, and logistics divisions. Legends claim that he later gave up his empire to become a Jainist monk, eventually dying by committing sallekhana, or fasting followed by self-immolation.Maurya is said to have been taught and advised by Chanakya, an ancient Indian politician, philosopher and economist. Together they overthrew the Nanda Dynasty and founded the Maurya Empire. Chanakya is also known for writing “The Arthashastra, a treatise on statecraft, economic policy and military strategy.