Are you planning to or already running Joan of Arc (Prime) 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 Joan of Arc (Prime) perfrom as strong as possible in all situations.
Current Ranking – is Joan of Arc (Prime) S-Tier, A-Tier, or D-Tier?!
- Joan of Arc (Prime)SHere is a quick overview of the rankings of Joan of Arc (Prime) for the different game modes. Please refer to the full tier list linked below to see the ranking of all commanders in Rise of Kingdoms and full evaluation and priority.Open Field: SRally: SCanyon: SDefense: C
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Cavalry, Cavalry, Cavalry. Her skills, her talents and also synergies with other commanders in Rise of Kingdoms are all about cavalry so best just take a full cavalry march with her to gain the most out of it without overthinking too much how mixing troops can affect things here.
Best Commander Pairing for Joan of Arc (Prime)
Alexander Nevsky is my personal favorite commander pairing and you’d use Joan Prime as the primary commander to get all those buffs going and then gain Nevsky’s extra hard-hitting active skill + the additional benefits of more extra attack when running full cavalry. They simply punch so well together that you don’t want to ever use any other setup ever again. Xiang Yu is also a pairing that you might take a deeper look into. You get Yiang Yu fire off his active skill with the debuff before Joan and the damage they do is just out of this world. But, and here’s the dealbreaker for most players, there’s no defensive capabilities at all and the only way to make this march durable is using equipment with a lo of hitpoints and defense. Honda Tadakatsu is on the other hand a great commander to cover the damage you take and give the glass-cannon Joan a nice buffer and more durability plus his increased skill damage buff the less troops you have works really well along Joan with her high skill damage skill. Mehmed II also provides extra skill damage and provides more defense so Joan will not burn down so fast. Julius Caesar can also work but should not be your first pick here. The synergy they have is that Julius has his active skill buff and when you get the extra attack from Joan in within that 5 seconds, you will pack a huge punch.
Find out more about the most useful commander pairings here.
Best Equipment Forge Order
In terms of equipment, here’s what I recommend to use as the route for Joan of Arc (Prime). I have tailored this priority order that you can follow step-by-step to prevent forging and running equipment that is not useful or only provides a very small improvement. Follow the equipment path step-by-step and you will have the best and most economical gear:
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And for the artifacts I have tested the different ones here so you can see which ones perform the best (of course I only tested/list the ones that make sense):
Horn of Fury is the accessory that fits so well on Joan of Arc Prime as you want to cycle through your active skill as fast as possible to deal that huuge damage factor – and the extra rage you gain from horn is very useful.Ring of Doom adds more damage and is exactly what Joan Prime loves to do, and scaling up by percentage is even better and help her deal even more damage.
Best Builds For Joan of Arc (Prime)
Below you will find the talent tree builds for Joan of Arc (Prime) 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.
I hope this guide for building Joan of Arc (Prime) 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.