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Julius Caesar was a Roman general and statesman, who was critical in transitioning the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire, through the First Triumvirate political alliance.

He is obtained through gold chests and as a reward in the first The Mightiest Governor event.


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Indomitable Army
Active Skill

Rage Requirement: 1000
For the next 5 seconds, troops led by this commander gain increased attack and defense and increased all damage.

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Attack/Defense Bonus: 10% / 12% / 14% / 16% / 20%
Damage Bonus: 10% / 14% / 18% / 24% / 30%

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Divine Julius
Passive Skill

Troops led by this commander take less damage. When his troops have 60% or fewer units remaining, they gain a 10% chance to trigger an effect, whenever attacked, that further reduces damage [taken] for 3 seconds. This effect can only trigger once every 5 seconds.

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Damage Taken Reduced By: 3% / 4.5% / 6% / 8% / 10%
Additional Damage Reduction: 10% / 15% / 20% / 25% / 30%

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City Killer
Passive Skill

When attacking another governor's city, Caesar's attacks has a 10% chance to reduce enemy defense for 3 seconds.

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Defense Reduction: 5% / 10% / 15% / 20% / 30%

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The Founders
Passive Skill

Troops led by this commander gain increased troop capacity.

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Troop Capacity Bonus: 3% / 6% / 9% / 12% / 15%

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Ahead of His Time
Enchanced: Indomitable Army

Deals direct damage to the target (Damage Factor 400). For the next 5 seconds, troops led by this commander gain 20% increased attack and defense and 30% increased [all] damage.


Gaius Julius Caesar was a Roman politician and general who played a critic role in the events that led the rise of the Roman Empire. Caesar rose to become one of the most powerful politicians through a number of is accomplishments, notably his victories in the Gallic Wars. After assuming control of the government, Caesar began a program of social and governmental reforms, including the creation of the Julian Calendar. His populist and authoritarian reforms angered the elites, who began to conspire against him. On the Ides of March 44 BC, Caesar was assassinated by a group of rebellious senators led by Gaius Cassius Longinus, Marcus Junius Brutus, and Decimus Junius Brutus.

Also, use this commander with Scipio Africanus for an awesome Roman Attack!