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This article is about the building in Age of Empires III. For similar buildings in other games of the series, see Mill.
Mill
Mill Icon
Economic
First AppearanceAge of Empires III
Cost400 WoodResources wood
Age AvailableAges discovery Discovery Age
Base Hit Points2500
UseProvides infinite source of Food through through Settler/Villager harvesting
CivilizationsEuropeans
XP created80
XP killed160
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The Mill in Age of Empires III is an economic building that provides a steady source of Food, but not at a rate per Settler/Villager higher than hunting without direct upgrades, Home City cards, or native settlement improvements.

Up to 10 Settlers can work on a Mill at once, though due to collisions between units it is best to only use 7 per structure. Mills placed too closely together (side by side with no space between them) may cause some Villagers to "migrate" to the adjacent Mill; this bug occurs with Plantations and Rice Paddies as well.

Mills replace the role of Farms in earlier games in the series. However, Farms are reintroduced in The WarChiefs, acting as the Native American version of a combined Mill and Livestock Pen.

Upgrades Edit

Icon Name Cost Effect Building Age
Seed Drill Seed Drill 150 WoodResources wood 150 CoinIcon coin Settlers gather food from Mills 15% faster. Mill Icon Ages colonial
Artificial Fertilizer Artificial Fertilizer 335 WoodResources wood 335 CoinIcon coin


Requires Seed Drill

Settlers gather food from Mills 30% faster. Mill Icon Ages fortress

Other improvements Edit

Card name Card description Age Level
Improved Buildings Increases hit points 1 10
Advanced Mill Increases hit points and decreases cost 1 0

Germans Edit

Card name Card description Age Level
Improved Buildings Increases hit points 1 10
Advanced Mill Increases hit points and decreases cost 1 0
Germantown Farmers Enables Settler Wagons to be trained from Mills. 3 25

History Edit

"A mill is used to break grains down into smaller pieces making cooking and baking easier. They were historically powered by wind, water, or livestock. Grain is ground between stones, known as millstones, until it is fine enough to be used for whatever purpose is needed. Flour for bread was made in this manner."

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