Naga and Naga Queen

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Tower creatures
Level 1
Gremlin Gremlin
Master Gremlin Master Gremlin
Level 2
Stone Gargoyle Stone Gargoyle
Obsidian Gargoyle Obsidian Gargoyle
Level 3
Stone Golem Stone Golem
Iron Golem Iron Golem
Level 4
Mage Mage
Arch Mage Arch Mage
Level 5
Genie Genie
Master Genie Master Genie
Level 6
Naga Naga
Naga Queen Naga Queen
Level 7
Giant Giant
Titan Titan
Castle Rampart Tower
Inferno Necropolis Dungeon
Stronghold Fortress Conflux
Cove Neutral
Creature Naga.gif
 Cost per troop 
Resource Gold 20x18.gif

Attack 16
Defense 13
Damage 20
Health 110
Speed 5
Movement Ground
Size 2
Growth 2
AI Value 2016
 Special abilities:
• No enemy retaliation
Naga Queen
Creature Naga Queen.gif
 Cost per troop 
Resource Gold 20x18.gif

Attack 16
Defense 13
Damage 30
Health 110
Speed 7
Movement Ground
Size 2
Growth 2
AI Value 2840
 Special abilities:
• No enemy retaliation
Golden Pavilion  Naga (adventure map).gifNaga Queen (adventure map).gif

Nagas and Naga Queens are level 6 creatures of Tower. They are recruited from Golden Pavilion.

"Nagas are guardian defenders of great strength. Their multi-sword attacks always do maximum damage and are so overwhelming they are impossible to counterstrike against." RoE manual

See the Comparison of Level 6 Creatures (HotA).

Heroes with a specialty[edit]

  • Fafner Fafner the Alchemist has nagas as a specialty, which increases the attack and defense skills of any nagas or naga queens for each level attained after 6th level and gives them a speed bonus of 1.

Tactics and info[edit]

The information found in this section is subjective. Remember that each and every situation in H3 is different and may call for different strategies and tactics.

They are very resilient, hit like a truck and have a good special. The Naga Queens are considered to be the best level 6 units, along with the Dread Knights. Their only downsides are that they are a bit slow for their level and very expensive, combined with their somewhat low defense and likelihood of being targeted by the enemy, especially in PvP multiplayer.

One of the great things about Naga Queens is that their building upgrade requires no wood, making them under certain situations much more feasible to obtain compared to Arch Magi.

A good tactic for early game on maps with relatively enough resources is to try to build the upgraded Golden Pavilion as soon as possible, building the base dwelling first week (together with Citadel or even Castle, on rare occasions) and upgrading it the week after. The 4-6 Naga Queens at the beginning of the second week will ensure your victory over almost any neutral stack, allowing you to expand way quicker.


The Forge equivalent of the Naga and Naga Queen, a level 6 Naga troop whose lower half was a tank and the upper part naked, was gonna be called Tank and its upgrade Heavy Tank. It was also gonna cost special resources and most probably bear stats similar to a level 7.

In one-on-one combat with no stats bonus, a Naga Queen defeats a Dread Knight if their Death Blow doesn't trigger.

In cutscenes, Nagas and Naga Queens appear to be just as tall as regular people.

See also: