Welcome to our Rise of Kingdoms civilization guide for Ottoman. If you are looking for the best Ottoman civilization guide so that you can get up to speed. Then you have come to the right place, because in our best Ottoman civilization guide we will cover all the basics that you need to know about this nation.
Ottoman is another playable civilizations in Rise of Kingdoms and is available to choose right in the beginning of the game. Due to this civilization’s traits, it plays the game strategies a bit different compared to offensive civilizations such as Spain / Germany and Arabia. Because basically it gives bonus damage to active skill, which makes commanders who does massive damage with their active skills much stronger choices.
So, if you love being able to deliver huge payload onto your enemies and watching your commanders lay waste on them. Ottoman would absolutely be the best choice for you. And I am going to explain why you will love this civilization. Stick around with us to learn more.
Best Ottoman Traits
Ottoman comes with 3 traits that benefits you directly. Although, these bonuses is slightly smaller compared to some civilizations who gain 10% to 20% bonus in such as resource production and scout march speed. It’s still worth to mention that Ottoman has one of the best trait for delivering massive blows thanks to improved active skill damage.
Increases your archer attack by 5%, which is great for running full archer-only commanders.
Increases march speed by 5%, applies to all troops and scouting.
Best Ottoman Unique Units
Ottoman’s unique unit is Janissary and they becomes available for training at Tier 4. The Janissary is a good archer-type that delivers direct damage and can withstand some brunt force with ease. Compared to other civilizations unique archers, Janissary edges them out slightly with higher attack and health points,
Best Ottoman Commanders
Ottoman has 2 commanders who is affiliated with this civilization. While it isn’t that a lot compared to Japan who has more than 5 commanders under its nationality. Ottoman remains one of the popular choice for avid players who wants to be able to do more damage with their commanders. It is more of a commander-focused civilization as opposed as troops-focused civilization. Osman I is your starting commander.
Best Ottoman Tips & Tricks
We have assembled one of the best tips & tricks for playing as Ottoman to maximize your combat advantages using its traits. As mentioned previously, this is a commander-focused civilization due to 5% skill damage bonus. But you can do even more to further advanced your combat capabilities in Rise of Kingdoms and here’s how to:
Tip 1: Specialize in Archer Commanders
The 5% archer attack bonus is nice and you can take it even further by running archer-build only with nukers like Ramesses II. You also can do it with commanders who has leadership ability such as Mehmed II and Osman I.
Tip 2: Specialize in Nuking Commanders
As mentioned previously, you want to specialize in archer commanders. But you can save even more time of yours by specializing in commanders with powerful active skills. These three commanders I just mentioned are nukers as well.
Tip 3: Pair with Commanders Who Improves Skill Damage
To further capitalize on your commanders’ active skill damage, invest in commanders like Yi Seong-Gye who will boost your primary commander skill damage by 50%. I recommended checking out our menu list to check out each commander to help you decide which commanders to invest into improving your pairing skill damage.
Conclusion of Ottoman Civilization Guide
As we come to conclusion of our best Ottoman civilization guide for beginners. You have learned more about its traits, unique units, commanders, and tips & tricks in details.
If you are thinking of playing as Ottoman after the minute you download Rise of Kingdoms on your mobile device or as your next civilization in a new game. You will have no problem trailblazing playing as Ottoman.
Lastly, if you have any suggestions or tips that you have for playing as this civilization, drop an e-mail to us via firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy ruling, Governor!