☆☆☆☆☆ Open Field
☆☆☆☆☆ Rallying Cities
☆☆☆☆☆ Rallying Object.
☆☆☆☆☆ Defending Object.
☆☆☆☆☆ Defending Cities
In Rise of Kingdoms, Liu Che is an Legendary Infantry commander. He has the Infantry, Versatility, and Attack talent tree.
Should you invest in Liu Che?
Liu Che is an extremely powerful infantry commander. No matter if you are free to play or pay to win, you should invest in him. Now the reason why you should invest in him is that his skills are insanely good, and his first skill deals AOE damage that will slow down enemy march speed. Overall, his skills are designed for big open-field fights, which means that you will use him all the time.
The good thing about Liu Che is that his skills are designed in such a way that you can use him as a secondary commander in all commander pairings. We recommend that you use him as a secondary commander because his talent tree is pretty bad when you compare it with other infantry commanders.
It is 100% worth getting Liu Che but keep in mind that he is an open-field commander, not a garrison or a rally commander.
Liu Che Talent Tree Build
Liu Che Pairings
There are a lot of good pairings for Liu Che. We gave you the pairings that have great synergy with Liu Che. What you will use depends on what commanders you have and in which KVK you are.
Scipio Prime is the best commander that you can pair with Liu Che. They have great synergy in skills, and Scipio Prime will bring a lot of the survivability that Liu Che needs. You have to use the Scipio Prime talent tree to get the most out of this pairing.
Sargon the Great
Sargon the Great is also a commander who has great synergy with Liu Che. They will have an insane amount of normal attack damage. Also, for this pairing make sure that you are using Sargon the Great as the primary commander.
Guan Yu is an excellent commander that you can pair with Liu Che. Together they will have a lot of defensive stats and will be able to deal a lot of damage. In this pairing, you want to use Guan Yu’s talent tree because his first skill requires him to be a primary commander and Liu Che’s talent tree is not that great.
We recommend that you watch Liu Che’s guide from Chisgule Gaming. In this guide, he explains in depth Liu Che’s skills, pairings, and talent trees.
Liu Che Skills
Glory of Shizong
Deals smite damage to up to 5 target troops in an arc (Damage Factor 2250). Every additional target reduces the damage dealt to each target by 15%. Troops hit by this skill have their March Speed reduced by 40% for 3 seconds.
Smite Damage Factor: 1250 / 1500 / 1750 / 2000 / 2250
March Speed Reduction: 20% / 25% / 30% / 35% / 40%
Mighty Pen, Mighty Sword
Infantry units led by this commander gain 20% increased Defense. If this commander’s troop contains only infantry units, it gains 20% increased March Speed and takes 20% less skill damage.
Infantry Defense Bonus: 5% / 8% / 11% / 15% / 20%
March Speed Bonus: 5% / 8% / 11% / 15% / 20%
Skill Damage Taken Reduction: 5% / 8% / 11% / 15% / 20%
Infantry units led by this commander gain 20% increased Attack when fighting other troops. Whenever their troop launches a normal attack, it has a 25% chance to deal additional smite damage I to the target (Damage Factor 300). Cooldown: 5 seconds
Infantry Attack Bonus: 5%/ 11%/ 15%/ 20%
Smite Damage Factor: 100 / 150 / 200 / 250 / 300
This commander’s troop deals 10% more normal attack damage while on the map. Whenever their troop deals smite damage , it reduces the damage dealt by the target troop by 10% for the next 3 seconds. Cooldown: 5 seconds
Normal Attack Damage Bonus: 2%/ 4%/ 6%/ 8%/ 10%
Damage Reduction: 2%/ 4%/ 6%/ 8%/ 10%
Above All Kings
Whenever this commander’s troop launches a normal attack while on the 1 map, it has a 25% chance to launch an extra normal attack.