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Alexander the Great Talent Tree builds
Shield of the King (Active Skill)
Rage Requirement: 1000
In addition to gaining a 4 second shield that can take a lot of damage, Alexander also deploys a smaller shield for the allied forces—including his own troops—that have the fewest units in the circular area of impact. The smaller one takes a little damage and lasts for two seconds.
Lead the Charge (Passive Skill)
When under this commander’s leadership, troops are resistant to all damage reduction debuffs while on the map. Additionally, their standard attacks have a 10% chance of dealing extra damage to the target and negating its healing effects for five seconds.
Frontline Commander (Passive Skill)
This commander’s infantry units acquire faster marching and more attacking power while they’re on the board.
Battle of Chaeronea (Passive Skill)
This commander’s men are subject to more attacks when they are not shielded. Instead, troops get more defense when they are sheltered.
Son of Amun Enchanced: Shield of the King
Alexander obtains a 4-second shield that has a high damage-absorbing capacity (Damage Factor 1200). Up to three opponent troops within the circular region will suffer 30% more damage for the duration of the shield’s impact. He then lowers the shield for the ally forces (including his own) that have the fewest units within the circular area of influence. The smaller one absorbs a tiny amount of damage (Damage Factor 600) and lasts for two seconds.
Known by most as Alexander the Great, Alexander III of Macedon was an Argead dynasty member and the king (basileus) of the ancient Greek state of Macedon. At the age of 20, he succeeded his father Philip II to the throne. He was born at Pella in 356 BC. By the time he was thirty years old, he had established one of the biggest empires in antiquity, spanning from Greece to northwest India, having spent the most of his reign on an unparalleled military expedition through Asia and northeast Africa. He is regarded as one of the most successful military leaders in history because he was unbeaten in combat.