|First Appearance||Age of Mythology|
|Cost||400 Gold |
|Age Available||Heroic Age|
|Base Hit Points||2600|
|Use||Defends area and trains soldiers|
Overview Editcivilizations in Age of Mythology, the Egyptians are able to build powerful defensive structures in the Heroic Age. It functions in a similar manner to the Greek Fortress, Norse Hill Fort, and Atlantean Palace. Unlike the others, however, they do not train siege weapons, because the Egyptians having another building for that. It fires arrows at enemies that get too close, and has a large amount of Hit Points, making it a good defensive building. While they are formidable at defense, they are not invincible. Siege weapons either outrange them, or suffer little damage from its attacks. Human soldiers if in a large enough group will destroy them, though will likely suffer losses in the process.
- Migdol is the Hebrew word for building.