|Upgraded To||Elite War Wagon|
|Cost to Upgrade||1000 Wood |
Because of their high pierce armor, they are an ideal anti-archery unit.They should be used in high numbers alongside Halberdiers/Pikemen to protect them from cavalry and camels, which they are weak against. They are effective in high numbers because it would take a prolonged amount of time for the enemy to defeat all of the wagons.
Elite War WagonEdit
The Korean kingdom of Koryo was often under attack from all sides — by China, by barbarian civilizations to the north like the Mongols, and by sea raiders. To survive, they needed a strong military. We have hints from scant records that the Koryo were innovative warriors, perhaps being the first to use rockets in combat and carriages of some type. Trains of these wagons could be arranged into temporary fortifications in open areas, providing a mobile, yet substantial, defensive position against mounted enemies. So became the war wagon, a classic chariot with scythed blades and mobile forts from which archers could fire with some protection.
The War Wagon was a medieval weapon inspired by the Korean Hwacha, which was first produced in 1407 by the order of King Sejong the Great during the early Joseon Dynasty.