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Description: With rich coastal waters and plentiful resources, the Indochinese peninsula promises many opportunities for expansion and conflict. A central river provides naval access inland, and numerous religious sites dot the landscape.
Indochina was included as an extra map which shipped with the expansion pack Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties as well as Borneo, Ceylon, Deccan, Himalayas/Himalayas Upper, Mongolia, Honshu, Siberia, Silk Road and Yellow River.
Historically, Indochina was initially a French Colony known as 'French Indochina'. Under French rule, Indochina compromised further territory which are now modern day Laos and Cambodia. After the loss of the Indochina War in 1954, Indochina became Vietnam.
The Map Edit
Players initially start opposite each other, surrounded by the dense jungles of the peninsula and a single river which connects to the coastal waters. Although there are numerous Jesuit Missions and Sufi Temples dotted across the map, there is no available trade route.