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Part 2/12 - Subordinate City Battle General (Mayor) Rankings [PvP]

Updated: 6 days ago

Hi Everyone,


Army General Analysis PART 2, reviewing Sub-City Battle Generals (Mayors) for PvP (Battlefields, KE, SVS or Purge). This will be one of the longer articles, so hang in there...


There are DIFFERENT Sub-City Generals (Mayors) for PEACE-TIME that are covered in Part 12.


The mechanics of subordinate city generals in battle are such that any offensive buffs to your attacking troops only apply to those troops within that particular subordinate city. Since that’s only a few thousand troops, and they are usually lower level than your main troops, it’s usually not worth putting any offensively focused generals on your subordinate cities. The other thing about subordinate city troops is that they tend to die first. So, between Battlefields, KE, SVS, and Purge, I’m always building them up from a very low number… I seem to keep an average of 2,000-3,000 troops in each subordinate city.


However, the things that work really works well for Subordinate City Battle [PvP] Generals are ENEMY DEBUFFS to enemy attacks or toughness (HP and/or Defense). Those debuff bonuses apply to the ENTIRE ENEMY ARMY.


Personally, I think overall debuff ranking on the 1st list in each section is the way to go, but if you’d prefer to focus on attack debuffs, those rankings are on the 2nd list in each section. Toughness debuff rankings can be found on the 3rd list in each section.


If you’re like most people, and are heavy on Mounted Troops, AND you’d like to focus on debuffing RANGED ATTACKS, then take a closer look at:

  1. Mark Antony (+35%)

  2. Nordic Barbarian King (+30%)

  3. Baldwin IV (+30%)

  4. Cnut the Great (+25%)

  5. Andrew Jackson (+20%)

  6. Amr ibn al-As (+15%)

  7. Maximilian I (+20%)

  8. Arminius (+15%)

Many people do this, but like I stated above, I’m not one of them.


Ground Attacks are the most difficult attacks to debuff with standard Achaemenidae Gear on all Subordinate City Battle Generals (Mayors), so the selection of Subordinate City Battle Generals (Mayors) is the best way to Debuff Ground Attacks. For debuffing GROUND ATTACKS take a closer look at:

  1. Yeon Gaesomun (+40%)

  2. Darius I (+35%)

  3. Amr ibn al-As (+25%)

  4. Constantine the Great (+20%)

  5. Honda Tadakatsu (+15%)

  6. Wei Qing (+15%)

 

Specialty Level for Rankings:


Instead of the typical 4-Yellow Specialty Score used for the primary six (6) army generals, the generals in this category have been ranked by the 3-Orange Specialty Score because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. See the Developing Army General Specialties in this article for more information.


The primary six (6) army generals are:

  1. Ranged General Rankings [Primary PvP]

  2. In-City Defense (Main Wall) General Rankings [PvP]

  3. Mounted Generals - Monster Killing for Pushing [PvM]

  4. Ground Generals [PvP]

  5. Siege Generals [PvP]

  6. Mounted General Rankings [PvP]

The 3-Purple Specialty Rankings are in the 2nd section, below the 3-Orange Specialty Section.


If you have the resources available, the Ascending Enhancement Rankings and 4-Yellow Specialties Ranking have been included below the 3-Purple Specialties Section.

 

Ranking format:


Ranking # - General Name – Letter Grade with (Percent & Total Score) in parentheses – Description

  1. Specialist Against:

  2. Strongest Buffs:

  3. Dragon:

  4. Acquisition:

  5. Culture:

  6. Introduced:

  7. Recommended Specialty Level: This is an important consideration for this army general category.

 

3-ORANGE SPECIALTY RANKINGS - v3.3.2a


Subordinate City Battle Generals (Mayors) – OVERALL Debuff Ranking (at 3-Orange Specialties Level)


1. Harald – Grade: A+ (100.0% - 271) – Strong Enemy All Troop Attack Debuff, strong Enemy All Troop HP Debuff, and strong Enemy All Troop Defense Debuff combine to make him a strong Subordinate City PvP option. He became unavailable in the Tavern starting in Version 4.0 (released on 11-06-2021), but now he’s available again in the Tavern as of 07-15-2022.

  1. Specialist Against: All types of Enemy Attacks and all types of opponents.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +10%

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop HP: +10%

  5. Reduce Enemy All Troop Defense: +6%

  6. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Dragon: Not required

  10. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above), added back to the Tavern on 07-15-2022, he’s the BEST option available in the Tavern. He is also 1 of the 8 army generals available in the Europe Epic Historic General Chest at level 50 in the Dawn of Civilization Event ($20 for easy mode, or $5 if you work hard and complete every task or spend gems for the last few levels). He is also 1 of the 8 army generals available in the Epic Historic General Chest available as a reward at the highest level of the Ekaterina’s Garden or King’s Party events.

  11. Culture: Europe

  12. Introduced: Unknown (before January, 2018)

  13. Recommended Specialty Level: For most people, 3-Orange because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the resources, he ranks 6th in the overall rankings at 4-Yellow specialties and is a strong candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.

 

2. Darius I - Grade: A+ (97.0% - 263) – Excellent Enemy Ground Attack Debuffs, strong Enemy Mounted Attack Debuffs, strong Enemy All Troop Attack Debuffs, and very strong Enemy Ground HP Debuffs combine to make him an excellent Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ground Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ground Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ground Attack: +35% (+41% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  5. Reduce Enemy Ground HP: +20%

  6. Reduce Enemy Mounted HP: +20%

  7. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  10. Dragon: Not required

  11. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events.

  12. Culture: Other

  13. Introduced: October, 2021

  14. Recommended Specialty Level: For most people, 3-Orange because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the resources, he ranks 2nd in the overall rankings at 4-Yellow specialties, and he ranks 2nd in Reducing Enemy Ground Attacks, so he’s an excellent candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.

Note: Unless you are very heavy on Ranged Troops or Ground Troops, you’re probably not getting many Ground or Mounted Attacks. Most people are heavy on Mounted Troops because they are pushing to kill higher level Boss Monsters, and therefore would normally be receiving a very high percentage of Enemy Ranged Attacks in PvP situations. If that’s the case, it may be a good idea to skip Darius for now, and develop other options in the top 10 before Darius.

 

3. Nordic Barbarian King – Grade: A+ (95.6% - 259) – Excellent Enemy All Troop Defense Debuffs, strong Enemy Ranged Attack Debuff, and strong Enemy Mounted Attack Debuffs combine to make him an excellent Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ranged or Mounted Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ranged or Mounted Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop Defense: +16%

  4. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +30%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events.

  10. Culture: Other

  11. Introduced: December, 2021

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: For most people, 3-Orange because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the ability to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties, he ranks 5th in the overall rankings at 4-Yellow Specialties and is a strong candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.

 

4. Yeon Gaesomun - Grade: A (94.5% - 256) – Excellent Enemy Ground Attack Debuffs, and strong Enemy All Troop Attack Debuffs, combine to make him an excellent Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ground Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ground Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ground Attack: +30% (+40% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +10%

  5. Reduce Enemy All Troop HP: +6%

  6. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Dragon: Not required

  10. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events.

  11. Culture: Korea

  12. Introduced: August, 2022

  13. Recommended Specialty Level: For most people, 3-Orange because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the resources, he ranks 3rd in the overall rankings at 4-Yellow specialties, and 2nd at the Ascending Enhancements level. He also ranks 1st in Reducing Enemy Ground Attacks, so he’s an excellent candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.

Note: Unless you are very heavy on Ranged Troops or Ground Troops, you’re probably not getting many Ground or Mounted Attacks. Most people are heavy on Mounted Troops because they are pushing to kill higher level Boss Monsters, and therefore would normally be receiving a very high percentage of Enemy Ranged Attacks in PvP situations. If that’s the case, it may be a good idea to skip Gaesomun for now, and develop other options in the top 10 before developing Gaesomun.

 

5. Empress Dowager Cixi – Grade: A- (89.3% - 242) – Excellent Enemy All Troop Defense Debuffs, a strong Enemy All Troop HP Debuff, and a good Enemy Ground Defense Debuff combine to make her an excellent Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: All types of Enemy Attacks and all types of opponents, but strongest against Enemy Ground Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ground Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ground Defense: +15% (+30% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Defense)

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Defense: +15%

  5. Reduce Enemy All Troop HP: +6%

  6. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +22% (+67% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Dragon: Not required

  10. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above), she’s probably the 2nd best option available in the Tavern.

  11. Culture: Other

  12. Introduced: Unknown (before January, 2018)

  13. Recommended Specialty Level: For most people, 3-Orange because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the ability to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow Specialties, she ranks 4th in the overall rankings at 4-Yellow specialties and is a strong candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.

 

6. David Farragut – Grade: A- (88.9% - 241) – Excellent Enemy Ranged and Siege Attack Debuffs and a strong Enemy All Troop Defense Debuff combine to make him a solid overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ranged or Siege Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ranged or Siege Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop Defense: +6%

  4. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +10%

  5. Reduce Enemy Siege Attack: +10%

  6. Reduce Enemy Ground Defense: +20% (+26% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Defense)

  7. Reduce Enemy Mounted Defense: +20% (+26% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Defense)

  8. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  10. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  11. Dragon: Not required

  12. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events.

  13. Culture: America

  14. Introduced: February, 2022

  15. Recommended Specialty Level: Maximum 3-Orange Specialties, there are probably better places to spend Runestones if you have the ability to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow Specialties Level.


T-7. Nero – Grade: B+ (84.1% - 228) – Excellent Enemy All Troop HP Debuffs and strong Enemy All Troop Defense Debuff combine to make him a solid Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: All types of Enemy Attacks and all types of opponents.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop HP: +15%

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Defense: +6%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +22% (+67% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above), he’s probably the 3rd best option available in the Tavern.

  10. Culture: Europe

  11. Introduced: June, 2018

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: For most people, 3-Orange because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the ability to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties, he ranks 7th in the overall rankings at 4-Yellow specialties and is a reasonable candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.


T-7. Mark Antony – Grade: B+ (84.1% - 228) – Excellent Enemy Ranged and Siege Attack Debuffs and a strong Enemy All Troop Defense Debuff combine to make him a solid overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ranged or Siege Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ranged or Siege Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +35% (+41% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  5. Reduce Enemy Ground HP: +10%

  6. Reduce Enemy Mounted HP: +10%

  7. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  10. Dragon: Not required

  11. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events.

  12. Culture: Europe

  13. Introduced: September, 2022

  14. Recommended Specialty Level: Maximum 3-Orange Specialties, there are probably better places to spend Runestones if you have the ability to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow Specialties Level. However, if you have the ability to get this category of army generals to maximum Ascending Enhancements with 4-Yellow Specialties, then he’s not too bad, ranking 5th.


9. Cnut the Great – Grade: B (83.4% - 226) – Excellent Enemy Ranged Attack Debuffs, a strong Enemy All Troop Attack Debuff, strong Enemy Ranged HP Debuffs, and strong Enemy Ranged Defense Debuffs combine to make him a solid Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ranged Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ranged Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +25% (+31% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  5. Reduce Enemy Ground HP: +15%

  6. Reduce Enemy Mounted HP: +15%

  7. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +22% (+67% w/ Skill Book)

  10. Dragon: Not required

  11. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events. He is 1 of the 8 army generals available in the Epic Historic General Chest available at the highest level of the Ekaterina’s Garden or King’s Party events.

  12. Culture: Europe

  13. Introduced: September, 2019

  14. Recommended Specialty Level: For most people, 3-Orange because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the resources, he ranks 2nd in the overall rankings at 4-Yellow Specialties, so he’s an excellent candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.


10. Amr ibn al-As – Grade: B (82.7% - 224) – Excellent Enemy Ground Attack Debuffs, good Enemy Ranged Attack Debuffs, and good Enemy Siege Attack Debuffs combine to make him a good overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ground, Ranged or Siege Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ground, Ranged or Siege Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ground Attack: +25%

  4. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +15%

  5. Reduce Enemy Siege Attack: +15%

  6. Reduce Enemy All Troop HP: +6%

  7. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  10. Dragon: Not required

  11. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events. He is 1 of the 8 army generals available in the Epic Historic General Chest available as a reward at the highest level of the Ekaterina’s Garden or King’s Party events.

  12. Culture: Arabia

  13. Introduced: May, 2021

  14. Recommended Specialty Level: For most people, 3-Orange because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the resources, he ranks 9th in the overall rankings, and is probably 2nd best at Reducing Enemy Ground Attacks at 4-Yellow Specialties, so he’s a reasonable candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.


11. Baldwin IV - Grade: B (81.9% - 222) – Excellent Enemy Ranged and Siege Attack Debuffs and a strong Enemy All Troop Attack Debuff combine to make him a solid overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ranged or Siege Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ranged or Siege Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  4. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +30% (+36% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  5. Reduce Enemy Siege Attack: +20% (+26% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  6. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Dragon: Not required

  10. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events. He is 1 of the 8 army generals available in the Epic Historic General Chest available at the highest level of the Ekaterina’s Garden or King’s Party events.

  11. Culture: Europe

  12. Introduced: May, 2021

  13. Recommended Specialty Level: For most people, 3-Orange because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the ability to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties, he ranks 10th in the overall rankings, and 1st in the Enemy Attack Debuff rankings at 4-Yellow specialties, so he’s a reasonable candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.


12. Jester – Grade: B (80.1% - 217) – Excellent Enemy All Troop Attacks Debuffs and a strong Enemy All Troop HP Debuff combine to make him a solid overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: All types of Enemy Attacks and all types of opponents.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +15%

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop HP: +6%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE, he’s ONLY AVAILABLE 1 DAY PER YEAR, April Fool’s day (April 1st). Since he’s not available 99.9% of the time, he’s hardly even worth mentioning on this list. I’m not even sure if he’s available by buying the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100), or if he shows up in the Tavern on April 1st?

  10. Culture: Other

  11. Introduced: June, 2018

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: For most people, 3-Orange because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the ability to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties, he's tied for 8th in the overall rankings, and 3rd in the Enemy Attack Debuff rankings at 4-Yellow specialties, so he’s a reasonable candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.


13. Arminius – Grade: B- (78.6% - 213) – Solid Enemy Ranged and Siege Attack Debuffs, and a strong Enemy All Troop Attack Debuff combine to make him a good overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ranged or Siege Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ranged or Siege Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  4. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +15% (+21% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  5. Reduce Enemy Siege Attack: +15% (+21% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  6. Reduce Enemy Mounted HP: +40%

  7. educe Enemy Ground HP: +40%

  8. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  10. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  11. Dragon: Not required

  12. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above). Available in the Tavern as of 07-15-2022, he's probably the 4th best option available in the Tavern. Also, still available in the Great General’s Chest (GGC) activity. Additionally, he is 1 of the 8 army generals available in the Epic Historic General Chest available as a reward at the highest level of the Ekaterina’s Garden or King’s Party events.

  13. Culture: Europe

  14. Introduced: August, 2019

  15. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are superior choices available in the Tavern.


14. Margaret I – Grade: C+ (73.8% - 200) – Excellent Enemy Mounted Attack Debuffs and a strong Enemy Mounted Toughness Debuff combine to make her a reasonable overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Mounted Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Mounted Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Mounted Attack: +20% (+26% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above). Available in the Tavern as of 07-15-2022, she's probably the 5th best option available in the Tavern. She's also 1 of the 8 army generals available in the Epic Historic General Chest available as a reward at the highest level of the Ekaterina’s Garden or King’s Party events.

  10. Culture: Europe

  11. Introduced: May, 2020

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: None, she’s not worth investing Runestones because there are superior choices available in the Tavern.


15. Suleiman the Magnificent – Grade: C+ (73.1% - 198) – Very strong Enemy All Troop Defense Debuffs and a strong Enemy All Troop HP Debuff combine to make him a fair Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: All types of Enemy Attacks and all types of opponents.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop Defense: +16%

  4. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  5. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Dragon: Not required

  8. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above). Available in the Tavern as of 07-15-2022, he's probably the 6th best option available in the Tavern. Also, still available in the Relic Chamber Rewards (RCR) activity.

  9. Culture: Other

  10. Introduced: January, 2020

  11. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are superior choices available in the Tavern. However, he makes a much better Siege PvP Assistant General.


16. Flavius Aetius – Grade: C (70.1% - 190) – Strong Enemy Siege Attack Debuffs and very strong Enemy Ground HP Debuffs combine to make him a fair Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Siege or Ground Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Siege or Ground Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Siege Attack: +20% (+26% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  5. Reduce Enemy Ground HP: +20%

  6. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Dragon: Not required

  10. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events.

  11. Culture: Europe

  12. Introduced: January, 2019

  13. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


T-17. Andrew Jackson – Grade: C (69.0% - 187) – Another Enemy Ranged Attack Debuff specialist. Some people like to use him, but he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Mounted or Ranged Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Mounted or Ranged Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +20% (+26% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  5. Reduce Enemy Mounted HP: +20%

  6. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Dragon: Not required

  10. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above), he's probably the 7th best option available in the Tavern.

  11. Culture: America

  12. Introduced: January, 2019

  13. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


T-17. Maximilian – Grade: C (69.0% - 187) – Another Enemy Ranged Attack Debuff specialist, but he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option. Also keep in mind, he makes a much better Mounted PvP General.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ranged Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ranged Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +20% (+26% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events.

  10. Culture: Europe

  11. Introduced: December, 2021

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: 4-Yellow Specialties, but only if he is used as your Mounted PvP General (he is #1 in the Mounted PvP General rankings).


19. Mansa Musa – Grade: C (68.3% - 185) – Strong Enemy Attack and Toughness Debuffs combine to make him a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: All types of Enemy Attacks and all types of opponents.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +10%

  4. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +14% (19% w/ Skill Book)

  5. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +12% (32% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +22% (+67% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Dragon: Not required

  8. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above). Available in the Tavern as of 01-27-2022, he's probably the 8th best option available in the Tavern. Also, still available in the Great General’s Chest (GGC) activity.

  9. Culture: Other

  10. Introduced: June, 2019

  11. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


T-20. Himiko – Grade: C- (64.9% - 176) - In Version 4.0 (released on 11-06-2021), her 2nd specialty was changed from an All Troop HP Debuff to an All Troop Attack Debuff. Excellent Enemy Mounted Attack Debuffs, a good Enemy Ranged Attack Debuff, and a strong All Troop Attack Debuff combine to make her a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Mounted or Ranged Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Mounted or Ranged Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Mounted Attack: +25% (+31% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above). Available in the Tavern as of 01-27-2022, she's probably the 9th best option available in the Tavern. Also, still available in the Great General’s Chest (GGC) activity.

  10. Culture: Japan

  11. Introduced: August, 2019 (updated November, 2021)

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: None, she’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


T-20. Honda Tadakatsu – Grade: C- (64.9% - 176) – Solid Enemy Ground and Mounted Attack Debuffs, and a strong Enemy All Troop Defense Debuff, but he’s missing a “4th specialty” debuff increase, so he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ground or Mounted Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ground and/or Mounted Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop Defense: +6%

  4. Reduce Enemy Ground Attack: +15%

  5. Reduce Enemy Mounted Attack: +15%

  6. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Dragon: Not required

  10. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above). Available in the Tavern as of 01-27-2022, he's probably the 10th best option available in the Tavern. Also, still available in the Great General’s Chest (GGC) activity.

  11. Culture: Japan

  12. Introduced: Unknown (before January, 2018)

  13. Recommended Specialty Level: This is a tough one. For most people, none because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the resources, he is probably 5th best at Reducing Enemy Ground Attacks (and the best option available in the Tavern) at 4-Yellow Specialties, so he’s a reasonable candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.


22. Constantine the Great – Grade: C- (64.2% - 174) – Solid Enemy Ground and Mounted Attack Debuffs, but he’s missing a “2nd specialty” debuff increase, so he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ground or Mounted Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ground and/or Mounted Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ground Attack: +20%

  4. Reduce Enemy Mounted Attack: +20%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events. Also, he's 1 of the 8 army generals available in the Epic Historic General Chest available as a reward at the highest level of the Ekaterina’s Garden or King’s Party events.

  10. Culture: Europe

  11. Introduced: May, 2020

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: This is another tough one. For most people, none because very few people will play the game long enough or spend enough money to get this category of army generals to 4-Yellow specialties. Although, if you have the resources, he is probably 4th best at Reducing Enemy Ground Attacks at 4-Yellow Specialties, so he’s a reasonable candidate for the 4-Yellow Specialties Level.


23. Alexander Nevski – Grade: D+ (59.0% - 160) – Fair Enemy Ranged and Siege Attacks Debuffs, and a strong Enemy All Troop Attack Debuff, but he’s missing a “4th specialty” debuff increase, so he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ranged or Siege Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ranged or Siege Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +10% (+16% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  4. Reduce Enemy Siege Attack: +10% (+16% w/ Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack)

  5. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +6%

  6. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  9. Dragon: Not required

  10. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above), he's probably the 11th best option available in the Tavern.

  11. Culture: Russia

  12. Introduced: Unknown (before January, 2018)

  13. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


24. Edward the Black Prince – Grade: D+ (58.3% - 158) – A fair Enemy Mounted Attack Debuff, and a strong Enemy All Troop HP Debuff, but he’s missing a “4th specialty” debuff increase, so he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Mounted Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Mounted Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Mounted Attack: +15%

  4. Reduce Enemy All Troop HP: +6%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above), he's probably the 12th best option available in the Tavern.

  10. Culture: Europe

  11. Introduced: Unknown (before January, 2018)

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


25. Vladimir the Great – Grade: D+ (56.8% - 154) – Good All Troop Attack Debuffs, but he’s missing a “2nd specialty” debuff increase, so he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: All types of Enemy Attacks and all types of opponents.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy All Troop Attack: +10%

  4. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  5. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Dragon: Not required

  8. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above). Available in the Tavern as of 01-27-2022, he's probably the 13th best option available in the Tavern. Also, still available in the Relic Chamber Rewards (RCR) activity.

  9. Culture: Russia

  10. Introduced: Unknown (before January, 2018)

  11. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


26. Robert Guiscard – Grade: D+ (55.4% - 150) – Limited Enemy Mounted and Ground Defense Debuffs. Since he’s missing both the “2nd & 4th specialty” debuff increases, he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ground or Mounted Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ground or Mounted Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ground Defense: +15%

  4. Reduce Enemy Mounted Defense: +15%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above). Available in the Tavern as of 01-27-2022, he's probably the 14th best option available in the Tavern.

  10. Culture: Europe

  11. Introduced: June, 2020

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


27. Wei Qing – Grade: D+ (55.0% - 149) – Limited Enemy Ground and Mounted Attack Debuff. Since he’s missing both the “2nd & 4th specialty” debuff increases, he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ground or Mounted Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ground or Mounted Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ground Attack: +15%

  4. Reduce Enemy Mounted Attack: +15%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above). Available in the Tavern as of 01-27-2022, he's probably the 15th best option available in the Tavern. Also, still available in the Great General’s Chest (GGC) activity.

  10. Culture: China

  11. Introduced: September, 2019

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


28. Gustavus Adolphus – D (50.9% - 138) – Limited Enemy Ranged and Siege Defense Debuffs. Since he’s missing both the “2nd & 4th specialty” debuff increases, he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ranged or Siege Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ranged or Siege Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ranged Defense: +15%

  4. Reduce Enemy Siege Defense: +15%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: Relatively EASY (at Tavern Level 27 and above), he's probably the 16th best option available in the Tavern.

  10. Culture: Russia

  11. Introduced: Unknown (before January, 2018)

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


29. Mehmed II – Grade: D (50.2% - 136) – Limited Enemy Ground and Mounted Defense Debuffs. Since he’s missing both the “2nd & 4th specialty” debuff increases, he’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ground or Mounted Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ground or Mounted Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ground Defense: +15%

  4. Reduce Enemy Mounted Defense: +15%

  5. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  8. Dragon: Not required

  9. Acquisition: Available in the King’s Path Activity (free), so he should be relatively EASY to acquire at K30 and above, especially when your alliance is more than a year old and there are several keeps that can kill B13s with no wounded.

  10. Culture: Other

  11. Introduced: April, 2019

  12. Recommended Specialty Level: None, he’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


30. Elizabeth I – Grade: D (48.0% - 130) – Fair Enemy Ranged and Siege Attacks Debuffs, and a strong Enemy All Troop Attack Debuff, but she’s missing a “2nd specialty” debuff increase, so she’s a weaker overall Subordinate City PvP option.

  1. Specialist Against: Enemy Ranged Attacks or opponents that are heavy on Ranged Troops.

  2. Strongest Buffs (at 3-Orange Specialties Level):

  3. Reduce Enemy Ranged Attack: +15%

  4. Troop Death into Survival Increase in Subordinate City: +0% (5% w/ Skill Book)

  5. Subordinate City Training Speed Increase: +0% (25% w/ Skill Book)

  6. Subordinate City Training Capacity Increase: +0% (+45% w/ Skill Book)

  7. Dragon: Not required

  8. Acquisition: VERY DIFFICULT, only available in the 5th Daily Event Packs ($100) and possibly during the King’s Scheme, Ekaterina’s Garden, King’s Party, or other pay events.

  9. Culture: Europe

  10. Introduced: February, 2022

  11. Recommended Specialty Level: None, she’s not worth investing Runestones because there are vastly superior choices available in the Tavern and as Relic Chamber Rewards.


Subordinate City Battle Generals (Mayors) – ENEMY ATTACK Debuff Ranking (at 3-Orange Specialties Level)

  1. Yeon Gaesomun – Grade: A+ (100.0% - 211)

  2. Darius I – Grade: A+ (96.2% - 203)

  3. Baldwin IV – Grade: A (94.8% - 200)

  4. Mark Antony – Grade: A- (88.6% - 187)

  5. Harald – Grade: A- (87.7% - 185)

  6. Margaret I – Grade: B+ (85.8% - 181)

  7. Amr ibn al-As – Grade: B+ (85.3% - 180)

  8. Jester – Grade: Grade: B+ (84.8% - 179)

  9. Cnut the Great – Grade: B+ (83.9% - 177)

  10. Arminius – Grade: B (82.5% - 174)

  11. Nordic Barbarian King – Grade: B (82.5% - 174)

  12. Andrew Jackson – Grade: B (80.6% - 170)

  13. Mansa Musa – Grade: B- (78.2% - 165)

  14. Maximillian I – Grade: B- (77.7% - 164)

  15. Himiko – Grade: C+ (75.4% - 159)

  16. Constantine the Great – Grade: C+ (73.0% - 154)

  17. David Farragut – Grade: C+ (72.5% - 153)

  18. Flavius Aetius – Grade: C+ (72.5% - 153)

  19. Alexander Nevski – Grade: C (67.8% - 143)

  20. Vladimir the Great – Grade: C- (65.4% - 138)

  21. Honda Tadakatsu – Grade: C- (64.0% - 135)

  22. Wei Qing – Grade: D+ (61.1% - 129)

  23. Edward the Black Prince – Grade: D+ (55.0% - 116)

  24. Elizabeth I – Grade: D (52.1% - 110)


Subordinate City Battle Generals (Mayors) – ENEMY TOUGHNESS (Defense or HP) Debuff Ranking (at 3-Orange Specialties Level)

  1. Empress Dowager Cixi – Grade: A+ (100.0% - 234)

  2. Nero – Grade: A (92.7% - 217)

  3. Harald – Grade: A (91.9% - 215)

  4. Nordic Barbarian King – A- (90.2% - 211)

  5. David Farragut – Grade: B+ (87.2% - 204)

  6. Darius I – Grade: B (80.3% - 188)

  7. Suleiman the Magnificent – Grade: B- (78.6% - 184)

  8. Yeon Gaesomun – Grade: C+ (72.2% - 169)

  9. Cnut the Great – Grade: C (70.1% - 164)

  10. Amr ibn al-As – Grade: C- (66.2% - 155)

  11. Mark Antony – Grade: C- (65.4% - 153)

  12. Arminius – Grade: C- (62.4% - 146)

  13. Honda Tadakatsu – Grade: D+ (57.7% - 135)

  14. Robert Guiscard – Grade: D+ (57.7% - 135)

  15. Flavius Aetius - Grade: D+ (57.3% - 134)

  16. Mansa Musa – Grade: D+ (56.8% - 133)

  17. Andrew Jackson – Grade: D+ (56.8% - 133)

  18. Mehmed II – Grade: D (53.0% - 124)

  19. Gustavus Adolphus – Grade: D (53.0% - 124)

  20. Edward the Black Prince – Grade: D (45.7% - 107)

 

3-PURPLE SPECIALTIES RANKINGS - V3.3.2a


Subordinate City Battle Generals (Mayors) – OVERALL Debuff Ranking (at 3-Purple Specialties Level):

  1. Harald – Grade: A+ (100.0% - 257)

  2. Darius I – Grade: A+ (96.9% - 249)

  3. Nordic Barbarian King – Grade: A (95.3% - 245)

  4. Yeon Gaesomun – Grade: A (93.8% - 241)

  5. David Farragut – Grade: A- (88.3% - 227)

  6. Empress Dowager Cixi – Grade: A- (87.9% - 226)

  7. Mark Antony – Grade: B (83.3% - 214)

  8. Nero – Grade: B (82.5% - 212)

  9. Cnut the Great – Grade: B (81.7% - 210)

  10. Amr ibn al-As – Grade: B (81.7% - 210)

  11. Baldwin IV – Grade: B (80.9% - 208)

  12. Jester – Grade: B- (78.6% - 202)

  13. Arminius – Grade: B- (77.0% - 198)

  14. Margaret I – Grade: C+ (75.1% - 193)

  15. Suleiman the Magnificent – Grade: C+ (72.0% - 185)

  16. Mansa Musa – Grade: C (69.3% - 178)

  17. Flavius Aetius – Grade: C (68.5% - 176)

  18. Maximillian I – Grade: C- (67.3% - 173)

  19. Andrew Jackson – Grade: C- (66.9% - 172)

  20. Constantine the Great – Grade: C- (66.9% - 172)

  21. Honda Tadakatsu – Grade: C- (63.0% - 162)

  22. Himiko – Grade: C- (62.6% - 161)

  23. Vladimir the Great – Grade: D+ (59.1% - 152)

  24. Robert Guiscard – Grade: D+ (57.6% - 148)

  25. Wei Qing – Grade: D+ (57.2% - 147)

  26. Alexander Nevski – Grade: D+ (56.4% - 145)

  27. Edward the Black Prince – Grade: D+ (56.0% - 144)

  28. Gustavus Adolphus – Grade: D (53.3% - 137)

  29. Mehmed II – Grade: D (52.5% - 135)

  30. Elizabeth I – Grade: D (49.8% - 128)


Subordinate City Battle Generals (Mayors) – ENEMY ATTACK Debuff Ranking (at 3-Purple Specialties Level):

  1. Yeon Gaesomun – Grade: A+ (100.0% - 205)

  2. Darius I – Grade: A (92.2% - 189)

  3. Baldwin IV – Grade: A- (90.7% - 186)

  4. Harald – Grade: B+ (87.3% - 179)

  5. Margaret I – Grade: B+ (84.9% - 174)

  6. Amr ibn al-As – Grade: B+ (84.9% - 174)

  7. Mark Antony – Grade: B+ (84.4% - 173)

  8. Jester – Grade: B+ (83.9% - 172)

  9. Nordic Barbarian King – Grade: B (82.0% - 168)

  10. Cnut the Great – Grade: B- (78.5% - 161)

  11. Arminius – Grade: B- (77.6% - 159)

  12. Mansa Musa – Grade: B- (77.1% - 158)

  13. Andrew Jackson – Grade: B- (75.6% - 155)

  14. Constantine the Great – Grade: C+ (74.1% - 152)

  15. Maximillian I – Grade: C+ (73.2% - 150)

  16. David Farragut – Grade: C+ (71.7% - 147)

  17. Himiko – Grade: C (70.2% - 144)

  18. Flavius Aetius – Grade: C (67.8% - 139)

  19. Vladimir the Great – Grade: C- (66.3% - 136)

  20. Honda Tadakatsu – Grade: C- (62.9% - 129)

  21. Alexander Nevski – Grade: C- (62.4% - 128)

  22. Wei Qing – Grade: C- (62.0% - 127)

  23. Edward the Black Prince – Grade: D+ (53.7% - 110)

  24. Elizabeth I – Grade: D (52.7% - 108)


Subordinate City Battle Generals (Mayors) – ENEMY TOUGHNESS (Defense or HP) Debuff Ranking (at 3-Purple Specialties Level):

  1. Empress Dowager Cixi – Grade: A+ (100.0% - 208)

  2. Nero – Grade: A (92.2% - 201)

  3. Harald – Grade: A (92.2% - 201)

  4. Nordic Barbarian King – Grade: A- (90.4% - 197)

  5. David Farragut – Grade: B+ (87.2% - 190)

  6. Darius I – Grade: B (83.5% - 182)

  7. Suleiman the Magnificent – Grade: B- (78.4% - 171)

  8. Cnut the Great – Grade: C+ (71.6% - 156)

  9. Yeon Gaesomun – Grade: C (71.1% - 155)

  10. Mark Antony – Grade: C- (67.4% - 147)

  11. Amr ibn al-As – Grade: C- (64.7% - 141)

  12. Arminius – Grade: C- (63.8% - 139)

  13. Robert Guiscard – Grade: D+ (61.0% - 133)

  14. Flavius Aetius - Grade: D+ (58.7% - 128)

  15. Mansa Musa – Grade: D+ (57.8% - 126)

  16. Andrew Jackson – Grade: D+ (57.8% - 126)

  17. Mehmed II – Grade: D+ (56.4% - 123)

  18. Gustavus Adolphus – Grade: D+ (56.4% - 123)

  19. Honda Tadakatsu – Grade: D+ (55.5% - 121)

  20. Edward the Black Prince – Grade: D (46.3% - 101)

 

ASCENDING ENHANCEMENT RANKINGS - v3.3.2a


Subordinate City Battle [PvP] Generals (Mayors) – OVERALL Debuff Ranking (at maximum Ascending Enhancements and 4-Yellow Specialties Level):

  1. Darius I – Grade: A+ (100.0% - 897)

  2. Nordic Barbarian King – Grade: A+ (99.2% - 890)

  3. Yeon Gaesomun – Grade: A+ (96.8% - 868)

  4. Cnut the Great – Grade: A (94.0% - 843)

  5. Amr ibn al-As – Grade: A (93.1% - 835)

  6. Mark Antony – Grade: A (92.0% - 825)

  7. Empress Dowager Cixi – Grade: B+ (84.9% - 762)

  8. Nero – Grade: B+ (84.8% - 761)

  9. Constantine the Great – Grade: B- (78.4% - 703)

  10. David Farragut – Grade: B- (78.3% - 702)

  11. Jester – Grade: B- (77.8% - 698)

  12. Baldwin IV – Grade: B- (75.9% - 681)

  13. Harald – Grade: C+ (75.4% - 676)

  14. Mansa Musa – Grade: C (68.2% - 612)

  15. Flavius Aetius - Grade: C- (63.8% - 572)

  16. Margaret I – Grade: C- (62.8% - 563)

  17. Arminus – Grade: C- (62.5% - 561)

  18. Andrew Jackson – Grade: D+ (55.1% - 494)

  19. Suleiman the Magnificent – Grade: D (42.4% - 380)

  20. Himiko – Grade: D- (35.7% - 320)

  21. Maximilian I – Grade: D- (35.2% - 316)

  22. Valdimir the Great – Grade: D- (35.0% - 314)

  23. Honda Tadakatsu – Grade: D- (32.1% - 288)

  24. Edward the Black Prince – Grade: D- (32.1% - 288)

  25. Alexander Nevski – Grade: D- (31.8% - 285)

  26. Mehmed II – Grade: D- (30.2% - 271)

  27. Wei Qing – Grade: D- (24.5% - 220)

  28. Gustavus Adolphus – Grade: D- (24.2% - 217)

  29. Elizabeth I – Grade: D- (22.9% - 205)

  30. Robert Guiscard – Grade: D- (21.1% - 189)


Subordinate City Battle Generals (Mayors) – ENEMY ATTACK Debuff Ranking (at maximum Ascending Enhancements and 4-Yellow Specialties Level):

  1. Darius I – Grade: A+ (100.0% - 611)

  2. Yeon Gaesomun – Grade: A (95.1% - 581)

  3. Jester – Grade: A- (91.5% - 559)

  4. Amr ibn al-As – Grade: A- (89.9% - 549)

  5. Cnut the Great – Grade: A- (89.4% - 546)

  6. Mark Antony – Grade: A- (88.1% - 538)

  7. Constantine the Great – Grade: B (83.1% - 508)

  8. Baldwin IV – Grade: B (82.3% - 503)

  9. Nordic Barbarian King – Grade: B (82.3% - 503)

  10. Flavius Aetius - Grade: C (69.2% - 423)

  11. David Farragut – Grade: C (68.7% - 420)

  12. Margaret I – Grade: C (68.6% - 419)

  13. Harald – Grade: C- (66.9% - 409)

  14. Mansa Musa – Grade: C- (61.5% - 376)

  15. Andrew Jackson – Grade: D+ (60.7% - 371)