Description

Boudica (known in Welsh as Buddug) was Queen of the Celtic Iceni tribe, who led an uprising against the occupying Roman Empire.

She is the starting commander for Britain.


Skills

Commander skill Lament of the Insurgent.png
Lament of the Insurgent
Active Skill

Rage Requirement: 1000
Deals direct damage to the target, reduces its rage and reduces its attack for 2 seconds.

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Direct Damage Factor: 225 / 300 / 375 / 450 / 600
Attack Reduction: 10% / 13% / 16% / 20% / 25%
Rage Reduction: 50 / 60 / 70 / 80 / 100

Commander skill Group Battle.png
Group Battle
Passive Skill

Troops led by this commander deal increased damage to barbarians [and other neutral units]. Both commanders gain 25% bonus experience obtained from defeating barbarians.

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Bonus Damage to Barbarians: 5% / 10 % / 15 % / 20% / 25%

Commander skill Celtic Blood.png
Celtic Blood
Passive Skill

When using a skill, gain rage and heal a portion of your slightly wounded units.

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Rage Restored: 10 / 20 / 30 / 40 / 50
Healing Factor: 150 / 200 / 250 / 300 / 400

Commander skill Queen of the Iceni.png
Queen of the Iceni
Passive Skill

Troops led by this commander have a chance to increased their damage on their next turn with each attack: a 5% chance to increase; a 3% chance to increase; and a 2% chance to increase.

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Bonus Damage (5% Chance): 10% / 20% / 30% / 40% / 50%
Bonus Damage (3% Chance): 20% / 40% / 60% / 80% / 100%
Bonus Damage (2% Chance): 30% / 60% / 90% / 120% / 150%

Commander skill Roar of the Insurgent.png
Roar of the Insurgent
Enhance: Lament of the Insurgent

Deals direct damage to the target (Damage Factor 1000), reduces its rage by 100, and reduces its attack by 25% for 2 seconds.

Background

Boudica was a queen of the British Celtic Iceni tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire in AD 60 or 61. However, the Roman governor Gaius Suetonius Paulinus’ eventual victory over Boudica confirmed Roman control of the province. Boudica then either killed herself to avoid capture or died of illness. Interest in these events revived in the English Renaissance and led to Boudica´s fame in the Victorian era. Boudica has remained an important cultural symbol in the United Kingdom. The absence of the native British literature during the early part of the first millennium means that knowledge of Boudica´s rebellion comes solely form the writings of the Romans.

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