Elizabeth is confident and makes taunts. She has a rather fiery personality.
Elizabeth as an Ally Edit
- Beginning of game - "I am proud to be your ally in this struggle."
- Requesting food - "My people are hungry. Do you have any extra food?"
- Offers player food - "Here is some food, eat it in good health."
- Offers player wood - "Here is some wood, compliments of the British Empire."
- Offers player coin - "Here is some coin, spend it wisely."
- Received food - "This food is great! It really hits the spot."
- Received wood - "Now I can build what I need."
- Receives coin - "Thank you ever so much for the coin."
- Declined Player resource request - "Sorry. I'm too poor to do that." or "I feel bad about this, but I don't have enough resources to obey you."
- Player collects multiple treasures - "You have scooped up so many treasures. What a fine fellow!" or "You seem to be a very efficient partner."
- Player collects treasure near her Town Center-"It is very rude to take/collect treasures so close to your ally's town. I expect better behavior from you."
- Player builds a trading post (trade route) - "We are the first to claim a trade route."
- Agreed attack - "As you wish."
- Decline Attack - "If I had a few more men, they would rush to your aid." or "I have no army, so I cannot comply." or "I would comply immediately, if only I had enough troops." or "I have not trained an army yet." or "Sorry, I don't have any troops."
- Constructing a fort - "I am constructing a military base here." or "I want a base here. Soon it will teem with soldiers."
- Initiating attack - "I plan to assault the main enemy base. Can you help?" or "I am about to bring the war to our foe. Follow my lead."
- Attacking enemy trading post - "I shall destroy the enemy trading post here."
- Agreeing to a strategy- "By your command." or "I hasten to obey."
- Major battle between several players - "Look at the size of this fight. EVERYONE wants to get in the action."
Elizabeth as an Enemy Edit
- Beginning of a game on lower difficulty - "Even at this new, lower, difficulty rating, I trust I will be able to put up a good fight for you.
- Increased difficulty -
- Beginning of a game - "These are dark times. I regret the necessity of annihilating you."
- Player claims the first treasure - "Don't you realize that these paltry treasures don't count in the long run?"
- Player collects multiple treasures - "You are good at exploring the wilderness, but other skills will be needed once the fighting begins in earnest."
- Player builds Trade Post (natives) - "You certainly seem to be quick to get those natives. Afraid I'd get there first?"
- Player builds Trade Post (trade route) - "You already needed a trading post? Mismanaged something early on, did you?"
- Destroys a player's trade post (natives) - "You didn't need those particular natives, did you?"
- Destroys a player's trade post (trade route) - "Great Britain feels that it is necessary to inform you that your trading post is no more." [laughs]
- Destroying a trade post (natives) in her control - "What did those hapless natives ever do to you?"
- Destroying a trade post (trade route) in her control -
- Player advances faster in Age then Elizabeth - "Now that you have advanced so far in Age, your uniforms must seem fine indeed. But I doubt your fighting quality has improved."
- Small force enters territory - "You'd better pick up your toys and scurry home." or "I see your force maneuvering in the wilderness. Perhaps it's worth my while to destroy it." or "What a tiny army! Is this a trick of some kind?"
- Large force enters territory - "I doubt you dare attack me with an army that size."
- Major battle - "You can save your men's lives by giving up now."
- Player destroys Town Center - "I wish you'd stop trespassing on my property. Look, now you've broken it."
- Wins battle - "It seems I have the upper edge on you. How nice."
- Losing a battle - "What a disaster...! You are a tough opponent." or "Ouch. Perhaps you can go easier next time?" or "Can we discuss a temporary cease fire? Perhaps your soldiers could use a break from their labors."
- Surrendering - "There is nothing I can do that can save my town now. I am doomed. There is nothing left but surrender left to me. Will you accept it?" or "Perhaps I can at least obtain some dignity out of this debacle. Kind sir, will you accept my surrender?"
Army and Town Structure Edit
Elizabeth's army composition may vary.
However, the majority of her armies usually comprise of mass Longbowmen (although they are always kept on Veteran because her deck never contains Yeomen). They may be accompanied by small groups of Hussars or Falconets. Occasionally, she may just mass upgraded grenadiers.
If the Warchiefs expansion is installed, Elizabeth will usually send heavy infantry from the Saloon if it is possible.
If Elizabeth manages to secure a native alliance, she will also add groups of native soldiers into her army. She seems to favor them the most, as she usually tends to upgrade them often.
Elizabeth will favor a heavily defended town building policy, usually massing her structures to create chokepoints for attacking forces, and building several outposts lining her settlement.
"Elizabeth I was born in 1533, and was the last ruler of the famed Tudor dynasty. For much of her childhood she lived in exile from her ill-tempered father Henry VIII, who had her mother executed on false charges of witchcraft and treason. Henry VIII went on to marry and kill many other wives until his last wife, Catherine Parr, convinced him to reconcile with his daughters.
Elizabeth's reign was marked by great achievements in writing, navigation, and philosophy by individuals such as William Shakespeare and Francis Bacon. Elizabeth herself was a talented poet and a tremendous patron of the arts.
During her reign, there was much religious unrest in Britain; her leadership was key in avoiding civil war. Despite the threat of a Spanish invasion, Britain remained secure during Elizabeth's reign. Unlike her notorious father, Elizabeth never married and had no children; she died in 1603.
In Age of Empires III: Elizabeth is aristocratic and aloof. You will find her to be a reliable ally who understands the importance of a strong economy. Under her direction, the English navy was second to none. Elizabeth has a deep distrust of the French, but has a fondness for the Dutch."