Emperor of Akkad
Civilization: Akkadian Empire
Sargon the Great was born a commoner, and spent his early life as a servant in the Kingdom of Kish. When the people of Umma invaded, Sargon took advantage of the king’s weakness to usurp power and founded the Akkadian Empire.
After taking power, Sargon fought many battles to expand his empire’s territory. He established the first reserve army force in history, and subsumed all of Sumer, Mari (a city-state on the Euphrates), and the ancient kingdom of Ebla into the Akkadian Empire. After this, he continued westward, expanding into southern and central Anatolia.
Sargon’s achievements were not limited to warfare. His empire saw great economic, agricultural, and cultural development, and he centralized the power of the state and appointed governors, allowing the Akkadian Empire to thrive.
Sargon the Great was not merely an accomplished warrior who founded the first great united power between the might rivers of the Tigris and the Euphrates. He also focused on economic development, making his empire one of the world’s most powerful economies at the time. The Akkadian Empire only stood for a hundred years, but its influence on future generations was undeniable, Sargon was indeed worthy of his title of “King of the Four Corners of the World”.
Review of Commander Sargon the Great:
- An Expertised Sargon paired with an Expertised Scipio Prime is the current meta pair for Infantry field-fighting.
- Ways to obtain this commander sculptures: Wheel of Fortune
- Sargon is a commander that you should consider investing in if you run two or more infantry field marches. His value to you increases with the number of marches you have on the field.
Sargon the Great Commander Skills:
For the next 5 seconds, normal attacks have a 50% chance to deal direct damage to the target (damage factor: 250).
Direct Damage Factor: 250/300/350/400/500
Infantry led by this commander gain 5% increased attack and 10% increased health. When dealing skill damage, this commander’s troop has a 50% chance to inflict a stack of the “Awed” effect on the target troop, which increases the skill damage taken by the target by 3% for 10s (maximum of 10 stacks).
Infantry Attack Bonus: 5%/6%/7%/8%/10%
Infantry Health Bonus: 10%/12%/14%/16%/20%
Conqueror of Sumer
Infantry units led by this commander gain 3% increased march speed. They also deal 2% more damage when attacking troops. Normal attacks have a 10% chance to increase all damage dealt by this commander’s troop by 10% for 3 seconds. This effect can trigger once every 8 seconds.
Infantry March Speed Bonus: 3%/6%/9%/12%/15%
Infantry Damage Bonus: 2%/4%/6%/8%/10%
Damage Bonus: 10%/15%/20%/25%/30%
Increases infantry units’ defense by 2% when in the field. When a target troop has received 10 stacks of the “Awed” effect, all stacks will be removed and the target troop will be dealt damage (Damage Factor 500). In addition, this commander’s troop will receive a shield that lasts for 5 seconds (Shield Factor 150).
Infantry Defense Bonus: 2%/4%/6%/8%/10%
Direct Damage Factor: 500/600/700/800/1000
Shield (Self): 150/180/210/250/300
|Expertised: New Passive Skill|
Reduces the skill damage taken by this commander’s troop by 15%. When their troop is hit with a normal attack, it has a 50% chance to inflict 2 stack(s) of the “Awed” effect on an enemy target. If this skill is triggered when this commander’s troop gains a shield, it will inflict an extra 1 stack(s) of “Awed”. This skill can be triggered once every 8 seconds.
Upgrading Priority of Skills for Sargon the Great:
- 5510 and 5550 – If you do have sufficient Legendary Commander Sculptures to Expertise Sargon the Great, do NOT unlock his fourth skill as it reduces his overall strength. Before Expertising him, you should use Sargon as a secondary commander.
- 5555 – If you have sufficient universal Legendary Commander Sculptures, you should Expertise this commander for his Expertised skill.
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