Pravar Patel
Name: Pravar Patel
Status: Deceased
Nationality: Indian
Religion: Hindu
  • British East India Company (former)
  • Sepoy Revolutionary
Profession: Sepoy
Voiced by: Ismail Bashey
Games: The Asian Dynasties
First game: The Asian Dynasties
Last game: The Asian Dynasties
Pravar Patel is a character in Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties. He is an ally of Nanib Sahir and is voiced by Ismail Bashey. He dons a dusty turban and Sepoy uniform that is stained with blood. Pravar Patel was a sepoy soldier under the British East India Company until, dissatisfied with the British rule in India, joined the Indian resistance. He recognizes Nanib as general in charge of the rebels.

Biography Edit

"Born into a family of a lower caste, Pravar was indirectly forced into the military when his father died leaving their family without a source of income. Pravar had some experience as a soldier, so the easiest way for him to make money was to pick up a gun in the service of the British East India Company, joining a battalion consisting of men from higher castes and those with more military experience.

The British officers of Pravar’s brigade disagreed with the discriminations of the Indian caste system and tried to intermingle men of different status and backgrounds. This, of course, was not appreciated by much of the men in their service, and it fueled an already strong hatred of the Company.

At first, Pravar resented his fellow soldiers, but he quickly realized that regardless of caste, all of them had one thing in common: many of the British saw them as savages, inferior in every way. Keeping his caste a secret, Pravar forged relationships with many other angry soldiers intent on rebellion. To this day, he waits expectantly for the day when they will strike a powerful blow and oust the British from their land.

Trivia Edit

  • Pravar's hit points are lower than most average explorer or hero units in the campaigns. Most heroes' hitpoints usually range from 850-1500 throughout the Age of Empires III series, but his is only 650, even in the Imperial Age.

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