Changes between Version 39 and Version 40 of Civ:_Persians


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Jul 2, 2013, 12:59:50 AM (6 years ago)
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michael
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  • Civ:_Persians

    v39 v40  
    376376   * '''Special:''' Train Infantry citizen-soldiers.
    377377
     378 * '''Generic Name: Blacksmith'''
     379 * '''Specific Name: ?'''
     380   * '''Class: '''Blacksmith.
     381   * '''History:''' .
     382
    378383 * '''Generic Name: Market'''
    379  * '''Specific Name: '''
     384 * '''Specific Name: Bazaar'''
    380385   * '''Class:''' Market.
    381386   * '''History:''' Traders from all distant parts of the sprawling empire met, exchanged and sold goods in the huge bazaars present in almost every big city. Babylon and Susa were the largest and most frequented trade centers.
     
    404409=== SPECIAL STRUCTURES ===
    405410 * '''Generic Name: Cavalry Stables'''
    406  * '''Specific Name: '''
     411 * '''Specific Name: ?'''
    407412   * '''Class: '''Stables.
    408413   * '''History:''' The Persian Empire's best soldiers were Eastern horsemen.
     
    427432   * '''Name: Great King's Levy'''
    428433   * '''History:''' The Persians could and did levy a large number of infantry during wartime due to the sheer size of the Achaemenid Empire and the way in which it was set-up. In general the Persian infantry was well trained and fought with great tenacity. However while this was true the infantry were poor hand-to-hand, close combat fighters. Also, with the exception of the elite regiments, the Persian infantry was not a standing professional force.
    429    * '''History:''' See above
    430434   * '''Effect: ''' Population cap for the Persian player is increased +10% (e.g., if the max pop for the match is 300, the Persian player's max population is 330; likewise, 200/220, and so on).
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