Best Constantine Builds (Talent Tree | Skill Order | Best Pairing) In Rise of Kingdoms

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Are you planning to or already running Constantine in Rise of Kingdoms in one of your marches and want to see how you should invest the talent points, what equipment works best and what other commanders you should pair with? Well, then you’re in the right place, below you will find answer to each one of those questions and this will help you make your Constantine perfrom as strong as possible in all situations.

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Skill Order

When you star up Constantine, you also unlock a new skill. This helps you fine-tune in what order you want to upgrade the skills of your commander as not all skills are equally good and worth maxing or worth maxing first (in general) – this helps to invest your sculptures more reasonably to get the biggest bang for your buck.

With Constantine, there’s not many options you have when prioritizing his skill order…

You want to max out his 1st skill when he’s 1-Star as this effect is amazingly strong. From here, take him to 2-Star and max out his 2nd skill as health is the most important stat in Rise of Kingdoms and you don’t want to miss out on that massive buff.

Then you want to get him straight to 4-Star and hope to land as many points into his 4th skill as this healing effect is just insane and helps a lot countering Attila/Takeda.

Best Troops

Well, arguably, you can run mixed troops with him, but with his 2nd skill giving a massive buff on infantry units, you want to have as many of them as possible along with Constantine. Also, all his talent builds have a significant amount of talent points in the Infantry Tree so infantry matters much with him.

Best Commander Pairing for Constantine

Alexander the Great is a great pairing with Constantine for nice march speed in the open field and overall they work well with each other. Find the talent builds for Alexander the Great here.
Charles Martel can be a great pairing, too. YOu can pair them as early garrison pairing before Attila/Takeda have their moments but also as a vers tanky open field march. Find the talent builds for Charles Martel here.
Richard is also a very sustain open field pairing with Constantine. Find the talent builds for Richard here.
Yi-Seong Gye (YSG) is a good secondary commander in the open field to hide behind Constantine and you can also brawl around well with them. Find the talent builds for Yi-Seong Gye (YSG) here.
Joan of Arc is a good option as secondary commander if you don’t have any of the legendary commanders available. Find the talent builds for Joan of Arc here.

Find out more about the most useful commander pairings here.

Best Equipment

In terms of equipment, here’s what I recommend to use as the route for Constantine:
Infantry doesn’t have a favored gear set that you should go for in general, but I recommend aiming to equip this commander with Windswept items as basic equipment and then start aiming for Witch’s Lineage, Quinn’s Soul, Gatekeeper’s Shield, Seth,s Brutality, Kuruak’s Humility and Frost Treads when you gear it towards max

Horn of Fury would be one of the two choices here that makes sense as you can generate more rage and cycle through his active skill quicker.
Concealed Dagger is the other accessory that I recommend for Constantine if you’re running him as primary commander in the open field (not sayin’ you should, though) with the decreas of enemy health by up to 15% that’s a good one. Also, Constantine is not really a damage dealing commander so you rather want to use your damage dealing accessories on Commanders that suits that role well.

Best Builds For Constantine

Below you will find the talent tree builds for Constantine that make sense when running as the primary commander in any march in Rise of Kingdoms. Please also refer to the description below each talent tree as I explain a general route on how you should spend your talents there + some additional background for each talent build that I very likely will appreciate.

This is the build you want to use when you use Constantine in the open field. So, when building this build you want to use this order (if you haven’t maxed Constantine yet):

First of all go into the Infantry Tree and go to Elite Soldiers as fast as possible without spending any excessive points. Once you’ve done that you want to take Fleet of Foot and and then Strong of Body. Now you got the Infantry Tree finished for this build.

Now it’s time to get into the Support Tree and get to Rejuvenate as fast as possible to get that high extra rage once you used a skill. Remember, having that will get your skills rolling a lot faster because this also works when your secondary commanders uses a skill so you will basically almost half the time you need to kick off your skill.

After that, go over to Loose Formation to reduce the skill damage you will get.

Unfortunately, it’s not possible to actually get Emergency Protection for Constantine in this build but there are still some nice talents there that will reduce the damage you take so that’s the best invest you can do with your talent points.

Alright, let’s talk about the other big strength of Constantine and a really good one which makes him a solid choice to defend your city (unless you have a commander like Wu Zetian). The main strength of this build is to get the rage engine rockin’ and generate as much rage as possible to get the skill rolling over and over again rather than getting some extra defense percentages.

Here’s how to build this build if you haven’t maxed Constantine yet… First of all go into the Garrison Tree and get Nowhere to Turn for some nice extra health with every attack you get and after that Impregnable to greatly reduce the skill damage taken. After that head over to the Support Tree and get Rejuvenate for the same reason as mentioned above – it will get you som much additional rage once you used your skill the first time that you will get your skill active so much faster. I know, Hasty Departure are lost points here in order to get Rejuvenate but believe me, it’s absolutely worth it when using Constantine as your garrison commander.

Now make your way over to Emergency Protection and that’s it for the Support Tree here. The rest of the talent points will then go into the Infantry Tree with Undying Fury first. After that, you can pick up Iron Spear, Double-Headed Axe and Call of the Pack to give your troops an additional buff. If you maxed out Constantine you can now spend your last points on Strong of Body for some additional health.


I hope this guide for building Constantine helped you investing without wasting much time and resources. If you liked it or you further questions (or maybe also annnotations that you believe should be added here in this guide), please don’t hesitate to post them below in the commen section. Thanks for reading and have a great day and see you out in the kingdoms.

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