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The Huns' military is mostly consist of cavalry and cavalry archers. This can easily be countered with halberdiers, onagers, scorpions, and skirmishers. The Huns need to constantly be on the offensive in order to play them effectively. Mentioned during Attila's campaign that Attila was their king specifically because he was the strongest. Born in the Saddle: Cutscenes in the Attila the Hun campaign state that the Huns even had deformed legs due to being on horseback most of their lives. This was a true trope in real life, the Huns originally being a Central Asian people.

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This is depicted in gameplay as the Huns don't need Houses, they lack access to more advanced upgrades to machinery such as Onagers, Bombard Cannons, or Arbalests, and lack many defensive upgrades. They are a Ranger faction with a preference towards cavalry, poor defenses but excellent offenses. Their team bonus towards faster cavalry creation also qualifies them as Spammer. Good for early raids, falls off late game due to their predictable army composition which is mostly consisting of cavalry and below-average siege weapons.

The Huns are considered to be one of the strongest early game civilizations since they do not need to build any houses, meaning more wood saved for unit production for cavalry archers. However, in order to play the Huns effectively, the player needs to play them aggressively with rushes, or they'll fall off lategame. They are also considered to be one of the best civilizations for professional players due to their strong economic bonuses and strong rushing strategies, especially in open maps like Arabia. Huns build monasteries that look like Christian churches despite not being Christian they also have Catholic-looking monks, but so do all non-American civs. More bizarrely, they have access to several religious techs Fervor, Sanctity, Atonement, Heresy, Illumination and Faithbut their unique technology is Atheism.

One explanation for this is that their campaign is set in Europe and they use the buildings of those they conquered, as seen in their Wonder. Not as extreme as the Goths at least they have access to stone wallsbut the lack of good defensive upgrades really makes them poor for defensive gameplay. The Huns get cheaper Cavalry Archers to the point that they are barely more costly than regular Archers but still have twice the durability, more attack, and more speed. In real life of course, the majority of the Hun army was on horseback. The other civilizations that have access to such combination is the Magyars, Spanish, and the Persians. Outgrown Such Silly Superstitions: Their UT "Atheism" makes other players need more time to win after building a Wonder or collecting all relics from a map.

Rape, Pillage, and Burn: This is generally their MO in their campaign. Their Tarkan unique unit is a horse mounted raider armed with a flaming brand, particularly effective against buildings. Strong defenses and a diverse tech tree. Teutonic Knight powerful but slow infantry. The appropriately ominous looking Teutonic Knight is the closest equivalent to the first Age of Empires Phalanx: They easily kill other melee units, even the dreaded Paladin, and unlike the Persian elephants they are resistant to conversion. However their decent pierce armor and HP doesn't make up for their speed and they are beaten by most ranged units. Combine them with rams and most opponents will still shit their pants as they walk to their base Closest Thing We Got: After researching the unique technology "Crenellations", Teutonic infantry garrisoned in castles and towers will also fire arrowsrather than just archers.

Despite being slow as molasses, their Teutonic Knights do tons of damage. They also have excellent defense bonuses, cheaper farms of an Economist, units that are resistant to conversion, and their monks have doubled healing range. Due to their reliance on expensive late-game units they also count as the Elitist faction. Definitely invoked when one looks at their castles or compares the Teutonic Knight to other infantry. Not fast nor cheap, but definitely worth to invest in. A good way to characterize the Teutons' offense. Slow Teutonic Knights and siege weapons, along with encroaching fortifications. They are also one of the few civs to lack the movement speed upgrade for their mounted units.

If filled with Hand Cannoneers or Janissaries, their Bombard Towers can fire two and three cannonballs respectively instead of the usual one. Vikings Infantry and naval civilization. Maritime civ with cheap warships, great economy bonuses and decent Infantry. Berserker self-healing infantryLongboat ship that fires multiple arrows at once. Berserkergang Berserks regenerate faster. Acceptable Breaks from Reality: Longboats like all ships in the game have no oars, whose animation would probably cause lag on the computers of the time when the game was released.

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They can also do a viable, although suboptimal, Knight rush thanks to their said free Wheelbarrow and Hand Cart upgrades, hence allowing the Vikings to pump out Knights sooner than other civilizations despite having one of the worst cavalry in the game. The Vikings can ironically pull off a reasonable Knight rush, but Huns, Mongols, and Berbers Horny latino women in cuauhtemoc do this strategy better not to mention, the said civilizations have access to key important techs that the Vikings don't have access to, Bloodlines and Wlmen in particular. The Longboat's attack, which gives it an edge over the galleys and makes it dangerous to land units.

This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: Though they are actually stronger on land than most players would make you think, Vikings are usually mostly picked on water maps. Middle East Byzantines Defensive civilization. A very balanced cuauhtemooc with a wide tech tree and strong buildings, ideal for new players. They have traits of the Balanced Faction no notable strengths and weaknesses in their tech treethe Spammer Faction their generic counter units are cheaperand even the Research Faction they have the lowest cost cuautemoc reach the Imperial Age, which means that they can quickly field very powerful units while their opponents are still in the Castle Age.

For some reason, the Byzantines use the Middle Eastern architecture, so despite being the bastion of Greek Orthodoxy the Byzantine monastery is clearly a mosque with Islamic engravings and minarets. Byzantines were historically known to use Hormy Archers and heavy armored cavalry in battle, yet they are missing two important upgrades for them Bloodlines and Parthian Tactics, although the Byzantines do have access to the Paladin upgrade. Them lacking Bloodlines is considered a justified trope, as the No-Sell nature of Cataphracts where they wo,en all anti-cavalry latijo, including damage from camels makes them relatively difficult to counter properly.

They have access to most standard technologies. This makes them capable of a wide range of playstyles, and unpredictable to face Fuck buddys in palermo multiplayer. The Cataphract is not only good against infantry and resists its supposed-to be counters, but also excels at doing things the generic cavalry usually do; raiding and decimating archers and siege although the Cataphracts have lower than normal pierce armor when compared to a Paladin due to their anti-cavalry resistance to offset their anti-infantry strength. In general, the Byzantine civilization has all of the available units and upgrade, and has good buildings and economic upgrades.

Knight in Shining Armor: The Cataphract is one of the best cavalry units in the game. After researching Logistics, they also give trample damage to other units around them, like the Persian War Elephants. By the end of its lifespan, the Byzantine Empire could be regarded as such. It had essentially become a city-state, the inhabitants mostly spoke Greek, and their army was in shambles. A common Western European insult to the Byzantines was to call them the "Greek Empire" rather than their preferred name for themselves, the "Roman Empire. A very common enemy in campaigns and the Arch-Enemy in the Attila the Hun one but only playable in standard game.

Fan-made Byzantine campaigns are very common however, and most of them center on Belisarius' invasions of Africa and Italy, since a Belisarius unit is available in the editor. Cataphracts have a large innate resistance to Spearmen and Camels' Anti-Cavalry bonus and are effective against those two units. On the other hand, they are the weakest non-ranged, non-camel cavalry unit when it comes to pierce armour, and are very vulnerable to massed archers as a result. The Byzantines having no clear strengths and weakness, gets a significant discount for the Imperial Age upgrade as well as having a diverse tech tree, making the Byzantines an easy to learn civilization for newer players.

Have some of the toughest buildings in the game, and they're summed up as a "Defensive Civilization" in the in-game tech tree. Their Cataphract unique unit is also one of only three units in the game with a specific attack bonus against infantry. Unlike the cheaper "counter units," Cataphracts are very expensive but are also useful in many other situations. Persians Cavalry civilization with economy bonuses. War Elephant powerful but slow cavalry. The Persians lack Heresy, this combined with the War Elephant's vulnerability to conversion AND the Persian dependence on expensive units such as Paladins and War Elephants makes them perfectly countered by civilizations with good monks i.

Elitist Faction for sure. They do not have access to many strong, cheap units like the Arbalest, the Champion, or even the Two-Handed Swordsmen. They rely almost entirely on their expensive cavalry. They do have a good ship fleet, though. The Persians are this trope made civilization. They have access to all cavalry units and techs that are not unique to other civilization, and their own UU is the only siege cavalry in the original game the expansions add the Korean War Wagon, the Hunnic Tarkan and the Khmer Ballista Elephant.

The War Elephants does trample damage, making them very effective against infantry and archers. War Elephants are the biggest example in the game with even the Teutonic Knight being a wimp compared to it in terms of health, resisting high damage and damaging units adjacent to whatever they're attacking. Outside of units they're specially weak to, there's no cost effective way of beating them. They appear as antagonists in many campaigns, but there is only a single mission in the Battles of the Forgotten where they are playable. While the extra HP for their Town Center was meant to discourage any early game rushing, some crafty competitive players used the Town Center work rate and the extra HP of their Town Centers to preform a "Persian douche" strategy.

Under the right conditions, this can be very devastating to your opponent. War Elephants are very easily converted by Monks. And then used against the Persian player! Saracens A civ with a wide tech tree, weaker bonuses, and some bonuses towards water. Mameluke ranged camel dealing melee damage. Madrasah Monks return 33 gold when killed. Great Mosque of Samarra. The Saracens and Japanese are the only civs to get every technology from the Archery Range. Their archers both foot and mounted even deal more damage to buildings.

The Saracens seem to fall under the Elitist Faction, the Ranger Faction and the Technical Faction as their strongest and most important units tend to be gold-intensive, appear late-game and ranged. In the 6th and final Barbarossa scenario, Saladin makes good use of this fact with an army of exclusively ranged units with only a couple of Heavy Camels to start the scenario. This is quite excruciating because the player uses the Teutons who are the slow and methodical civilization. Their Transport Ships can carry 2X more units. Despite being labelled as the Camel civilization they have a wide tech tree thus capable of a wide range of playstyles, like the Byzantines.

Unlike the Byzantines however they also have full blacksmith techs, giving them even more options on the offensive side. Mamelukes wear black turbans that cover their face completely. The Saracen Horse Archers specifically do more damage to buildings, and the are the only civilization to get every technology to upgrade them along with the Turks. Their Mameluke Unique Unit is sort of like this, playing like a short-ranged Horse Archer except he's a guy on a camel that throws swords and does melee damage instead of ranged damage. Due to lacking long-term economic bonuses they are very difficult to start with, but once they reach Imperial Age the Saracens can kill anything at sight with their strong camels and various advanced ranged units.

This is obvious in the second Saladin scenario, where the player starts in Feudal Age with little resources, restricted to the Castle Age and many soon-to-be Imperial Age foes trying to kill the player. Our Elves Are Better: Interestingly they have a lot of the usual traits of elves in strategy games. Besides their Ranger Faction tendencies, the Saladin campaign depicts the Saracens as originally peaceful and civilized who become warlike due to events around them. They are men who used to "enter battle as gentlemen" who "discuss mathematics and astronomy" and "seek to dignify their civilization" but the Crusades made them warlike. Their cities such as Cairo and Baghdad are described by the Norman narrator with awe.

Their Wonder is even impressive enough to make do as a Mage Tower. In real life, the Arabs had advanced technology compared to the Europeans but they were as warlike as everybody else in the Middle Ages although perhaps it is true that they weren't quite as divided as the Western Europeans, given that their warring states tended to be rather larger and more coherent, while in Western Europe local lords would gladly fight each other over an orchard if they had an excuse. Later narrations in the campaign mention that they became far more bloodthirsty and violent from all their battles. Their unique unit's Weapon of Choice.

Muslim leaders had to get around the soft ban on Muslims fighting each other; slave mooks known as Mamelukes were the answer. Slaves usually came from Turkic sources, which meant the Mamelukes were probably a precursor to the Jannisaries. Eventually the Mamelukes took control from their owners and founded their own empires in India, Egypt, and Central Asia. In fact the first nation to call itself "Turkey" was the Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt. Throwing Your Sword Always Works: Mamelukes throw their scimitars at enemies, they usually hit, and pretty hard at that. Of course, the Mameluke has an endless supply of scimitars to throw at people. Turks Gunpowder civilization supported by Light Cavalry.

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