Baibars




Baibars

Cavalry commander Baibars is able to be great mobility cavalry commander on the battlefield in Rise of Kingdoms.

In the article, we will show you the best way to to build commander Baibars and some important information you want to know while using him in Rise of Kingdoms.

Overview of Baibars’s Skills

Skill Type Description
Sandstorm Active Deals enormous damage to enemies in the fan-shaped area (max 3 targets) and reduces the current target’s operating speed for the next 2 seconds.

Upgrades:

  • Direct damage factor: 300/ 375/ 450/ 600/ 750
  • Operating speed reduction: 10%/ 15%/ 20%/ 25%/ 30%
Arabian Knights Passive Increases the cavalry’s attack.

Upgrades:

  • Increase cavalry’s attack: 8%/ 10%/ 12%/ 16%/ 20%
No Escape Passive Reduces the attack ability and defense of the garrison when attacking cities.

Upgrades:

  • Attack Reduction: 1%/ 2% 3%/ 5%/ 7%
  • Defense Reduction: 1%/ 2% 3%/ 5%/ 7%
Lord Panther When leaving the battle (but not routed), heals a number of lightly wounded units and increases the operating speed for the next 10 seconds.

Upgrades:

  • Healing factor: 75/ 100/ 125/ 150/ 200
  • Operating speed Bonus: 20%/ 25%/ 30%/ 40%/ 50%
Blot out the Sun Expertise Enhanced: Sandstorm

Deals enormous damage (damage factor 1000) to enemies in the fan-shaped area (max 5 targets) and reduces current target’s operating speed within 2 seconds.

  • Sandstorm: “Three targets” is a completely adequate number to the power and rage of this skill. Having too many targets are weak damage and few targets are wasted. The fan-shaped area that Baibars deals with damage is also larger than Kusunoki. Baibars is the first commander to be able to reduce the enemies’operating speed. This will be a great chance when the enemies retreat. There are 2 innings carried out within 2 seconds.
  • No Escape: It is only active while attacking and the attack or defense of the garrison is not reduced if it stops.
  • Lord Panther: It is activated at the same time you get your battle report after exiting the battle. So that you can activate the fourth skill by knock out your targets or taking a few seconds to not attack your targets and not be attacked by them. The speed-up from this skill does not stack with the parade speed reward from Belisarius’s third skill. It will happen only when Baibars pairs with Belisarius.

Best Roles for Baibars

Primary Commander Secondary Commander
Cavalry AoE Nuker ✔️ ✔️
Siege/Conquest ✔️ ✔️
Raiding Nodes ✔️ ✔️
Mixed Troops AoE Nuker ✔️ ✔️
Siege/Conquest ✔️
Archer AoE Nuker ✔️

How should I use Baibars?

Field Battles

  • Keep level 1 star, boost max 1st
  • Boost up 2 stars and boost max 2nd
  • Then reach to 4 stars and boost max step by step other skills left.
  • When get 4 stars, you can stop this process if you only use Baibars as the secondary and if as the primary, keep this process progressively.

Siege and Conquest

  • Keep level 1 star, boost max 1st
  • Boost up 3 stars and boost max 2nd and 3rd
  • Then reach to 4 stars and boost max step by step other skills left.
  • When get 4 stars, you can stop this process if you only use Baibars as the secondary and if as the primary, keep this process progressively.

Best Commander Pairings for Baibars

AOE Nuker

  • YSG: Using cavalry, archer or mix troop is appropriate for this pair. Moreover, this pair deals massive AOE damage due to both of them have great damage. Of course, the amount of blood is quite low.
  • Mehmed: This pair use cavalry or mix troop and the damage is quite huge.
  • Sun Tzu: Use cavalry or mix troop. This pair is a great choice for a group fight.
  • Kusunoki: Use cavalry, archer or mix troop.
  • Minamoto: Use cavalry or mix troop. Because of the balance between AOE damage and 1 target damage, this pair is really appropriate for group fight.
  • Pelagius: Use cavalry or mix troop. This pair is similar to Mina’s pair.
  • Cao Cao: Use cavalry or mix troop. This pair is similar to Mina’s pair.

Baibars’s Talent Trees

Baibars Field Battle Talent Trees

Lore

There are many special things about his life. He was the fourth sultan of the Mamluk dynasty. Originally a Turkish-born slave, Baibars usurped Ayyubid’s power to become the Mamluk commander. In Sep 1260, he defeated the invading Mongolian army at the Ain Jalut battle which was the first Mongolian’s failure. He applied flexibly “Hit-and-Run” tactics in this battle, causing the Mongols to be trapped and ambushed. He was also famous for his resistance to the Crusade of Christian, which drove back the Christian army out of the territory permanent and there was a new epoch of Mamluk supremacy in the Eastern Mediterranean.

July 1st 1277, Baibars died from eating poisonous Koumis yogurt in Damascus. Some other documents showed that he died of illness. Baibars are buried at the Az-Zahiriyah in Damascus.




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