“Gurkha good at destroying enemy buildings. Defensive building won't shoot them, due to the sneaky guerrilla tactics they use.”
Historical Description[edit | edit source]
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.