“Gurkha good at destroying enemy buildings. Defensive building won't shoot them, due to the sneaky guerrilla tactics they use.”
Historical Description Edit
Gurkhas are mercenary soldiers from Nepal. They are fearless in battle and famous for carrrying 'khukuri', nasty forward-curving knives. They were hired to fight for the British East India Company Army in 1815, beginning a relationship with Great Britain that continues today. In World War II, over 200,000 Nepalese Gurkhas served in the British Army, suffering 10% casualties in all theatres.