|God Power||Underworld Passage|
|Technology 1||Sun Ray|
|Technology 3||Temple of Healing|
Worshipping Apollo provides for effective military support. The Manticore, while weak in direct combat, is effective at raining down spikes on the enemy and softening them up. In addition ranged units gain extra attack, allowing them support armies more effectively and all units and buildings gain extra line of sight, allowing for a small but useful advantage in both defense and offense. Temple of Healing is one of Apollo's most useful attributes as it provides the only consistent source of healing for the Greeks.
God Power Edit
- Underworld Passage: This god power creates two portals at any locations on the map. Units entering one portal will be instantly transported to the other. The portals can be destroyed by enemy units.If any one of the portal gets destroyed then the other one also becomes useless.
- Sun Ray: Archers, Centaurs and Manticores gain +10% attack
- Oracle: All units and buildings gain +6 line of sight
- Temple of Healing: Causes temples to heal a single friendly unit at a time, but at a very rapid rate. Units heal faster when they are idle.
Myth Unit Edit
- Manticore: The Manticore is a ranged unit that is particularly effective against other ranged units. The Manticore's attack is a spray of darts from its tail, which do splash damage to enemy units. Exceptionally good against group of enemy soldiers.
The god of music, archery (only as sport), medicine, colonization, herds, and divination, he represents many of the better qualities of humankind, including order, intelligence, rationalization, and an appreciation for the finer things. He could cause or cure the plague. He established the oracle at Delphi and perhaps the city of Troy. He is often perceived as the perfect male. Apollo and his twin sister Artemis were fathered by Zeus and born of the Titan Leto, necessarily incurring the wrath of Zeus' wife Hera, who did all she could to prevenet the twins from being born. Apollo was well known for his love affairs with beautiful mortals of both sexes, including among them Calliope, Coronis and Daphne. Apollo's Oracle at Delphi was well known throughout the Mediterranean. Apollo is closely associated with the sun, or at least with Helios, the Greek sun god.