Reduces the march pace of up to three targets by 30% for two seconds when it deals direct damage to them in a forward-facing fan-shaped area.
Arabian Knights (Passive Skill)
Under this commander, cavalry troops receive more attacks.
No Escape (Passive Skill)
Normal attacks lessen the attack and defense of garrison troops when they target cities.
Great Panther (Passive Skill)
When Baybars withdraws from combat (but not when defeated), some of the mildly injured units are healed, and his soldiers can advance more quickly for ten seconds.
Blot Out The Sun Enhanced:Sandstorm
Reduces the march speed of up to five targets by 50% for two seconds when it deals direct damage to them in a forward-facing fan-shaped area (Damage Factor 1000).
During the Mamluk era, Baibars was the fourth Sultan of Egypt and Syria. At the Battle of Ain Jalut in September 1260, he decisively defeated the Mongol army that was invading; this was the Mongols’ first significant loss ever. Baibars used a hit-and-run strategy throughout the battle to lure the Mongol soldiers into a catastrophic ambush. In addition to his triumphs over the Mongols and Crusaders, Baibars is well-known for the administrative changes he brought about within the sultanate. An aspirational military leader, Baibars reorganized the navy and raised an army. He made significant donations to public works initiatives, such as the construction of roads, mosques, schools, post offices, and irrigation projects to boost the nation’s grain output. During Baibars’ rule, the Mamluks established a new era of dominance in the Eastern Mediterranean and drove the Crusaders from Mamluk territory permanently.