Warrior Priest in game
|First Appearance||The WarChiefs|
|Age Available||Colonial Age|
|Base Hit Points||360|
|Resists||10% vs. Ranged|
Warrior Priests heal close-by units at a rate of 10 HP per second. They can also be assigned to dance around the Fire Pit where they count as two villagers each. The player is given one Warrior Priest at the start of the game, and it is possible to create up to ten Warrior Priests in the Fire Pit by dancing the Holy Dance. The Warrior Priest also has a melee attack, increasing each age, however its damage output is mediocre in earlier ages but it's attack can extend to 45 in the Imperial Age.
One useful tactic with the Warrior Priest is that using a Fire Pit, they can spawn themselves, so if the three Warrior Priests card is sent in Colonial Age, and the Holy Dance is used, they can spawn themselves until there are ten, which has the effect of twenty villagers on the Fire Pit without slowing gathering at all. Using this advantage the Aztecs can either make their units' attack much higher, get shipments faster, or spawn units incredibly fast with the Fertility Dance.
They are considered infantry, therefore the training time can be reduced by improvements that make infantry train faster.
Home City shipments Edit
- TEAM 2 Warrior Priests
- 3 Warrior Priests
- Fencing School
The most densely populated region of the New World in 1492 was Mesoamerica, the region where North and Central America meet. Among the people living there were the Aztecs (also known as Mexica or Technocha); they built a complex civilisation centered around their great city of Tenochtitlan (modern Mexico City). This was one of the largest cities in the world with an estimated population of 200,000.
In Aztec society, membership in the calpulli established each individual's religious and secular schooling, as well as how they would be trained in warfare. The men of a calpulli served together in battle and on the numerous public works projects. Their soldiers wielded weapons of wood and stone, and they often sought prisoners to be sacrificed in religious ceremonies.
The male children of the upper class attended a special school called a calmecac. It was there they learned the secrets of the Aztec priesthood and how to perform religious ceremonies and responsebilities - in essence, grooming them for leadership, since in Aztec society government and religion were virtually indistinguishable.
|Age of Empires III Civilian Units|
|Common European Units||Settler · Factory Wagon · Fort Wagon · Covered Wagon · Hot Air Balloon · Fishing Boat · Priest · Surgeon|
|Dutch||Envoy · Bank Wagon|
|French||Coureur des Bois|
|Native American Units|
|Common Native American Units||Native Villager · Fishing Boat · Medicine Man · Travois · Native Scout|
|Common Asian Units||Asian Villager · Fishing Boat · Rickshaw · Mongol Scout|