|Aztec War Chief|
Aztec War Chief in game
|First Appearance||The WarChiefs|
|Age Available||Discovery Age|
|Base Hit Points||500|
|Resists||10% vs. Ranged|
|Melee Multipliers||x0.25 vs. Settler|
x3.0 vs. Treasure Guardian
|R.O.F.||1.5 / 3.0 (Siege)|
The Aztec War Chief has a lot of hitpoints and no range attack. He is vulnerable to ranged attacks while approaching because he is a melee unit. His bonus as a War Chief is a experience multiplier to nearby units. Like all Explorers, Monks and War Chiefs, he automatically heals slowly when injured.
As any War Chief he can use a special ability to transform a Treasure Guardian into an ally every two minutes as opposed to fighting them, though when the War Chief starts conversion, the selected guardian will attack him. Also as the other two War Chiefs, he has a good Line of Sight to uncover stealth units, look for and take treasures, as well as building Trading Posts and Town Centers.
If he falls in combat, dancers at the Fire Pit can Dance to make the War Chief heal faster, and return to the Fire Pit without a ransom.
- This Unit Auto-Upgrades with the Age technologies.
- Colonial (+70% HP & +50% Damage)
- Fortress (+100% HP & +150% Damage)
- Industrial (+100% HP & +200% Damage)
- Imperial (+275% HP & +300% Damage)
- Swashbuckler Attack can be unlocked with the Chief Council Age Up Depending on the Age the attack varies and the HP bonus is different.
- Founder Increases the Bounty Aura Exp. multiplier to 300%
HC Shipments Edit
- High Priest of Ixtlilton: Adds +50% Damage & HP to base stats of the war chief and he can train Jaguars.
- Smoking Mirror: Grants Aztec War Chief speed 35% and hand attack damage area +2 so that it can hit multiple units at once.
When Hernan Cortes and his Spanish Conquerors arrived to Tenochtitlan, they found Montezuma, who thought of them as Gods because their horses and metal armor. It didn't take long for the Spanish to realize that the Aztecs could be easily exploited.
The Aztec Huey Tlatoani, their maximum leader, was often seen with big feathers in his head as part of the tradition. They were also tightly related to the Clergy and the highest valued Warriors.
In Other Languages Edit
Spanish: Jefe Guerrero Azteca