The Georgian Will
★★★☆☆ Open Field
★☆☆☆☆ Rallying Cities
★☆☆☆☆ Rallying Object.
★☆☆☆☆ Defending Object.
★☆☆☆☆ Defending Cities
Queen Tamar of Georgia Guide
Today we’ll be discussing the new epic commander in Rise of Kingdoms, Matilda of Flanders Gathering Commander.
Queen Tamar of Georgia is an Epic commander who specializes in gathering, integration, and support in Rise Of Kingdoms. Queen Tamar of Georgia only has two gathering abilities, so she will not be used in PVP battles. Almost every player will use her as a gathering commander, and we may see her as rally support.
When it comes to new players on new servers, Queen Tamar of Georgia can be used as a fighting commander. She will add value and support.
If you intend to use Queen Tamar of Georgia in a PVP field battle, you can make her the secondary commander. Her talent tree is pretty bad, and she has a lot of restrictions due to the gathering path. So, if you intend to use Queen Tamar of Georgia as field commander on new servers, build her as a gathering commander and use her as a secondary commander.
You’ll also need something tanky for Queen Tamar of Georgia’s pairings. Something like Richard or Scipio, who can provide survivability. You can also use other support commanders with her, such as Joan of Arc.
Queen Tamar of Georgia Talent Tree
Queen Tamar of Georgia gathering talent tree build is simple. The only great thing about this talent tree build is that you will not spend a lot of experience to level her up.
Queen Tamar of Georgia Skills
Ode to Freedom
Rage Requirement: 1000
Troops led by this commander gain 5% increased defense and heal a portion of lightly injured 1 troops per second (Healing Factor: 150) over the next 2 seconds.
Healing Factor: 150/ 180 / 210 / 250 / 300
Defense Bonus: 5%/ 7%/ 9%/ 12%/ 15%/
This skill is the only good skill that Tamar has. it will provide a healing factor of 300 and defense that is great for new players.
Age of Plenty
Troops led by this commander gain 5% increased wood gathering speed, and 3% increased food and stone gathering speed.
Bonus Gathering Speed (Wood): 5%/ 10%/ 15%/ 20%/25%/
Bonus Gathering Speed (Other Resources): 3%/ 6%/ 10%/ 15%/ 20%/
A nice bonus on gathering resources but nothing special.
Normal attack damage is increased by 2%. Normal attacks have a 10% chance to reduce the target’ s attack by 10% for 3 seconds. This effect can only trigger once every 5 seconds.
Normal Attack Damage Bonus: 2%/ 4%/ 6%/ 8%/ 10%/
Attack Reduction: 10%/ 15%/ 20%/ 25%/ 30%/
Normal attack reduction is great for new players. There will not be a lot of commanders that will do crazy skill damage. Most of the damage will be from a normal attack. So this is a great bonus if you are planning to use Tamar for PVP
One Heart, One Mind
Troops led by this commander gain 2% increased troop capacity
Troop Capacity Bonus: 2%/ 4%/ 6%/ 8%/ 10%/
Troops capacity bonus is great when you are looting an enemy city. Troops capacity plays a big role on new servers so it will be easier for you to do more damage.
Glory of Faith
Troops led by this commander together with a nearby ally with the fewest units remaining gain20% increased defense and heal a portion of lightly injured troops per second (Healing Factor: 350) over the next 2 seconds.
This skill just boosts the first skill by a small amount.
Queen Tamar of Georgia ruled as the first female leader in Georgia’s history from 1180-1213, and was notably assigned the title of “mepe” in the medieval Georgian sources which
emphasized her right to reign.
Tamar initially rule alongside her father, George Ill, for a period, ascended to the position of sole monarch upon his death in 1184 Tamar immediately ran into difficulties thereafter due to the unpopular nature of many of her late father’s policies towards the aristocracy and doubts about her capacity to rule as a woman leader particularly among the aristocracy.
Tamar took fast and effective actions to shore up her power base, including the relaunching of an expansionary brand of foreign diplomacy that significantly popularized her rule. Tamar notably helped to found the Empire of Trebizond on the Black Sea coast in 1204 to provide Georgia With a new, nearby, and more friendly nation.
Tamar arguably preside over the apex of the Georgian Golden Age and her reign was sparked plenty of political and military successes which combined with her identity as the first female ruler of her country has served to immortalize and romanticize her as a leading figure of her time Georgian history.