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This article is about the unit in Age of Empires III. For the unit in Age of Empires II HD: The African Kingdoms, see Organ Gun (Age of Empires II).
Organ Gun
Organ Gun Icon
First appearanceAge of Empires III
Artillery
Cost100 woodResources wood
300 coinIcon coin
AgeAges fortress Fortress Age
Base hit points150
Pop. use4
Speed4 (Limber)
1.6 (Bombard)
Line of Sight30
Resists75% vs. Ranged
Siege damage33
Siege multipliersx0.5 vs. Artillery
x0.5 vs. Cavalry
x0.75 vs. Buildings
x0.5 vs. Ship
x0.5 vs. Light infantry
x0.5 vs. Arrow Knight
Siege range26
Siege Area of Effect2
Rate of Fire4.0 (6 shots)
Train time45 seconds
XP created40
XP killed40
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The Organ Gun is an artillery unit unique to the Portuguese in Age of Empires III.

Overview Edit

The Organ Gun is the Portuguese's version of the Falconet. Unlike the Falconet, the Organ Gun hits multiple times at an enemy target to mimic the Falconet's damage.

While it's slightly cheaper than the Falconet and only costs 4 population, the Organ Gun has less health and damage penalty modifiers against many targets. The Falconet has damage boosting modifiers. Organ Guns are still useful in clearing out clumps of units, as Falconets can occasionally leave a few units behind because of their single cannon fire compared to a burst from an Organ Gun.

UpgradesEdit

Other upgrades can be done in Arsenal or from shipments.

RabauldsEdit

Rabauld is the first upgrade for the Organ Gun. It is available for 250 food and 250 wood once Industrial Age is reached.

Hit Points: +25% (187)
Siege Damage: +25% (41)

Imperial Field GunsEdit

Imperial Field Gun is the second upgrade for the Organ Gun. It is available for 1500 wood and 1500 coin once Imperial Age is reached.

Hit Points: +50% (262)
Siege Damage: +50% (57)

Shipments Edit

This is a list of shipments that benefit Organ Guns in any way.

HistoryEdit

"Also called a ribauldequin, this Renaissance-era gun's multiple iron barrels line up side by side. These small caliber (for artillery) projectiles were meant to be fired at the same time, creating a wave of fearsome iron that could tear ranks of enemy foot and cavalry soldiers apart."

Gallery Edit