Age of Empires II EditJaguars are large cat-like predators, and are found in tropical maps set in the Americas, like Cenotes and Yucatán. Like the Wolf, it has 25 HP, 3 attack, and holds no food, but attacks Villagers (and even some other units) on sight.
A single Jaguar can kill a Villager if it lands the first hit, but will die to anything stronger, even a Villager with the Loom upgrade.
|Animals in Age of Empires II|
|Friendly huntables||Deer · Ostrich · Zebra|
|Aggressive huntables||Wild Boar · Javelina · Elephant · Rhinoceros|
|Wild animals||Wolf · Jaguar · Bear · Lion · Crocodile · Tiger · Komodo Dragon|
|Marine creatures||Shore Fish · Snapper · Tuna · Perch · Salmon · Marlin · Dorado · Dolphin · Box Turtles|
|Herdables||Sheep · Turkey · Cow · Llama · Goat · Water Buffalo|
|Other||Horse · Hawk · Macaw · Stork · Wild Horse · Camel · Iron Boar|
Age of Empires III Edit
"Scientific Name: Panthera onca
Approx. Size: Up to 7 ft. long, 200 lb.
Diet: Deer, cattle, peccary, capybara, monkeys, fish
Jaguars are often confused with leopards, another tawny, spotted cat. A distinguishing feature of the jaguar is that their spots have small black dots or irregular shapes within the rosette patterns. Jaguars are also stockier and have larger heads than leopards. Both jaguars and leopards have melanistic, or black, variants. Without spots, black jaguars can be differentiated from black leopards primarily by their stocky build. Both big cats, whether jaguars or leopards, black or spotted, are commonly, if mistakenly, called panthers.
Historically, jaguars ranged from the southern parts of North America down to the southern most tip of South America, but their ranges now are in central and northern South America. Jaguars enjoy a rare, unchallenged perch at the top of the wild food chain. In their South American habitat, they have no predators and few real competitors, apart from humans."
Janey the Pet Jaguar Edit
Pet Jaguars (known as Janey the Pet Jaguar) are available to all civilizations from treasures, and have a bonus attack against treasure guardians (but like all Pets, they do almost no damage to villagers).
The Aztecs can both send Pet Jaguars from the Home City, and train them from their War Chief (provided that the card "High Priest of Ixtlilton" has been sent). The Home City Card "Great Temple of Tezcatlipoca" makes Pet Jaguars better in combat, giving them +35% Hit Points and +35% damage.