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Description

Sun Tzu (孫子) was a Chinese general, military strategist, writer, and philosopher who lived in the Eastern Zhou period of ancient China, credited as the author of The Art of War.

Sun Tzu is the starting commander for China.


Skills

Commander skill Art of War.png
Art of War
Active Skill

Rage Requirement: 1000
Deals direct damage to up to 3 targets in a fan-shaped area, and deals additional damage to the target(s) on the next turn. Sun Tzu gains additional rage for each target hit by this skill.

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Direct Damage Factor: 150 / 210 / 270 / 360 / 450
Additional Damage Factor: 50 / 70 / 90 / 120 / 150
Rage Restored: 10 / 20 / 30 / 40 / 50

Commander skill Philosophy of War.png
Philosophy of War
Passive Skill

While this commander is leading the garrison of your own city, garrison troops take less damage.

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Garrison Troops Damage Reduction: 1% / 2% / 3% / 4% / 5%

Commander skill Master Strategist.png
Master Strategist
Passive Skill

Troops led by this commander take less damage, and infantry units gain increased health.

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Damage Taken Reduced By: 4% / 5% / 6% / 8% / 10%
Infantry Health Bonus:4% / 5% / 6% / 8% / 10%

Commander skill Ever-changing Tactics.png
Ever-changing Tactics
Passive Skill

Troops led by this commander deal increased skill damage.

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Skill Damage Bonus: 5% / 8% / 11% / 15% / 20%

Commander skill Book of Aeons.png
Book of Aeons
Enhanced: Art of War

Deals direct damage to up to 5 targets in a fan-shaped area (Damage Factor 800), and deals additional damage to the target(s) on the next turn (Damage Factor 200). Sun Tzu gains an additional 50 rage for each target hit by this skill.

Background

Sun Tzu was a Chinese general, military strategist, writer, and philosopher who lived in the Eastern Zhou period of ancient China. Sun Tzu is traditionally credited as the author of The Art of War, a widely influential work of military strategy that has affected both Western and East Asian philosophy and military thinking. Sun Tzu's work has been praised and employed throughout East Asian warfare since its composition. During the twentieth century, The Art of War grew in popularity and saw practical use in Western society as well. It continues to influence many competitive endeavors in East Asia and Western World including culture, politics, business, and sports, as well as modern warfare.


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