In this following guide, we will give you some overview of Ishida Mitsunari’s skills, talent tree, and strategy in Rise of Kingdoms. Hopefully, this guide will help new players how to use Ishida Mitsunari and how to maximize his strength in the game.
|Integration – Gathering – Support|
|Title:||Tragic Hero of Azuchi-Momoyama|
Ishida Mitsunari is a legendary Commander who comes from Japan nation. Due to the nature of his set of skills, he is well-known as one of the best gathering Commanders in the game. But he is not just that. He can serve as a secondary Commander who can give lots of useful stats to the primary Commander, such as skill damage, damage, and health bonus. He can also improve the speed of rage regeneration, which is quite important on the battlefield.
To summon Ishida Mitsunari, you will need 10 of his sculptures, which can obtain throughout events, the VIP shop, golden chests, and special chests, which can receive as a reward in some certain events.
Ishida Mitsunari Skills
Battle of Sekigahara
| Rage Requirement: 1000|
Ishida Mitsunari and his troops gain additional attack damage and speed of rage for 3 seconds.
Attack Bonus: 10% / 15% / 20% / 25% / 30%
Battle of Sekigahara is a very powerful active skill since it gives 30% more attack damage, and most importantly, it improves the speed of rage by 30%, which is quite huge in the battle. You should max this active skill as soon as possible if you use him in PvP. Otherwise, you may want to skip this skill.
|Ishida Mitsunari’s gathering speed is improved. While gathering wood or stone, his gather speed is faster than normal.|
As mentioned above, this passive skill will improve his gathering speed a lot, and that makes him one of the best gathering Commanders in the game. You should max out this skill if you want to use him for farming.
|The load of Ishida Mitsunari’s troops is increased.|
Taiko-kenchi works best when farming the Alliance Resource Center. Definitely should max this skill after maxing the 2nd skill.
|When Ishida Mitsunari plays as a primary Commander, he and his troops’ health is increase. When he serves as a secondary Commander, both of their active skill gain bonus damage.|
Since Ishida Mitsunari’s active skill deals no damage, he should play as a secondary Commander to give his partner bonus skill damage.
Three Cups of Tea
|When Ishida Mitsunari fights against the enemy, his troops’ normal attacks have a 10% chance to heal wounded units (Healing Factor 500) slightly. These effects can only be triggered once every 3 seconds.|
This is quite a good skill since it can heal the injured troops when fighting. This amount of healing can be increased with the help of some nodes in the talent tree.
Recommended Talent Builds for Ishida Mitsunari
Gathering Talent Build
Needless to say, this talent build is the best for every gathering Commanders.
PvP Talent Build
The idea of this PvP Talent Build is to maximize Ishida Mitsunari’s rage regeneration to maintain the active skill up time as well as to improve the healing effect, defense, and health of his troop in the battle.
Pairing Commanders for Ishida Mitsunari
Ishida Mitsunari is one of the best Commanders for farming. When it comes to PvP, his strength can be beneficial at the early stage of the game. When you start to move to the mid and late game, his skills are quite weak when compared with many other support legendary Commanders, even some of the epic Commanders. Therefore, these following suggestions can utilize Ishida Mitsunari’s abilities, and the PvP Talent Build in the early game:
Baibars: He is a powerful offensive Commander that can benefit a lot from the 15% active skill damage bonus. He also has the crowd control skills that can easily smash the enemy. Besides, he is an epic Commander, which means that we can easily max out all of his abilities.
Sun Tzu: Thanks to their quickly regen rage and the rage restored after using the active skill. They both can frequently use their 1st skill to destroy the enemy. Sun Tzu is an epic Commander that it is straightforward to max all of his abilities.
Aethelflaed: Just like Baibars, she can benefit from the 15% active skill damage bonus. This bonus damage can help her to take down the barbarians quickly. She also has the passive skill that increases the EXP gained, which makes the leveling process is much faster. Although she is a legendary Commander, you can purchase her sculptures in the Expedition Store.