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Wars of Liberty
WoL 1
DeveloperWars Of Liberty Team
FoundedJune 20, 2006
ReleasedSeptember 9th, 2011
Version1.0.10a
StatusActive
Websitehttp://aoe3wol.com
PlatformPC, Mac, Linux
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Wars of Liberty is a non-commercial and fan-based modification for Ensemble Studios' last RTS game before its demise, Age of Empires III. This mod features a great deal of reworked new gameplay elements and a huge amount of new civilizations. The game is focused on the world history during the long 19th century (1789–1914).

Gameplay Edit

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Argentinian buildings

These civilizations are very different from each other, most receive a new AI personality, new technologies, new cards, and the new ones receive their own Home City. All of the new civilizations and most of the existing ones have many new unique units, in addition to several new standard units. All these new units have had care put into them to make them as distinctive, realistic and interesting as possible. A new feature, called Immigrants is available for the South American Countries instead of mercenaries, where the player can essentially play as those Immigrants.

  • Over 40 new civilizations have been announced, with 24 added in the current version: the Argentinians, Paraguayans, Tupi, Brazilians, Colombians, Americans, Canadians, Mexicans, Egyptians, Ethiopians, Zulu, Australians, Bulgarians, Greeks, Romanians, Serbians, Habsburgs, Chileans, Incas, Mapuche, Peruvians, Italians, Maltese, and Haitians.
  • Over forty new random maps have been included. The WotTA-only ones can be found in the main list; the others, by clicking on "Custom Maps" at the skirmish screen. Total of 100 total random maps by the time the Delta version is released.
  • Nine new Native Settlements can appear on the new maps: Bandeirante, Republiqueta, Quilombola, Guarani, Guaicuru, Aymara, Pirate, Order of Christ and Sertanejo. 21 additional African native settlements will be added, known as "African Commodities".
  • 40 new huntables appear on the new maps when the Delta version is released.
  • Age up to a new age: The Great War age. This will enable World War I-themed units such as zeppelins, airplanes, dreadnoughts, tanks, and several new techs.
  • Six brand new cultures: Africans, Balkans, Latin Americans, Anglos, Middle Easterners, and Polynesians.
  • Church completely redesigned. When playing as any civilization, a religion can be adopted, enabling the redesigned priest and multiple religion-specific techs. There are ten different religions to choose.
  • Revolutionaries redesigned with new bonuses, new politicians, and new units.
  • Spies completely redesigned in a new Espionage system. Now available to all civilizations.
  • UI redesigned in 1440p Ultra HD resolution, compared to the original UI was only designed in 1024x768.

Beta civilizations Edit

Civilization Personality Main Bonuses Unique units

Argentines

Bartolome Mitre
  • They have a mounted Explorer.
  • Their Villagers are Gauchos, a mounted Villager with more HP and attack.
  • Their herdables animals spawn others after some time.
  • All coin crates replaced by silver crates, which grant 10% more coin than usual.
  • Start with 2 cows, get extra cows with every age up.
  • All cavalry units get 0.375 faster with every age up, meaning that at Imperial Age they're 1.5 faster than usual cavalry, and they can become even faster with cards and techs.
  • They can carry infantry around quickly with the Transport Wagon.
  • Instead of livestock pens, they have pastures that double as mills.
  • Their unique building is the pasture, a livestock pen that can train zebus, a better type of cow

Mounted Explorer

Gaucho

Montonera

Lassador

Horse Grenadier

Transport Wagon

Pasture

Estancia

Zebu

Paraguayans

Solano Lopez
  • Their villagers are villeros that work as soldiers, but gather slower and can only build basic buildings.
  • They have a female Explorer, that slows down other explorers.
  • They have small factories called Works for each resource, which means they don't need villagers.
  • Master Engineer gathers wood, and is the only unit who can build military buildings and Works.
  • Their barracks spawn Primero de Linea, and their stables spawn Aca-Caraya
  • Their unique building is the iron works, that spawns Cohetes and has powerful unique techs.

Koygua

Master Engineer

Primero de Línea

Aca Yboty

Criollo Cannon

Cohete

Tupi

Cunhambebe
  • They cant gather Coin, because they don't know it; they can only use Wood and Food.
  • They don't have horses.
  • They have 3 different Villagers: Paje that dance in the Fire Pit, Gatherers, that gather Food from Berry Bushes and farms, and Hunters, that recollect Wood. The male Settlers can fish in the shore.
  • Buildings have less hitpoints but are cheaper and build faster.

Paje

Uybassy Archer

Ybira Jara

Maratekoaras

Blowgunner

Pombero

Thunder Gun

Brazilians

Dom Pedro II
  • Starts with a Bandeirante, a weak but immortal Explorer, and a Jesuit Priest, who can attack units, heal and build Churches, Trading Posts and Town Centers.
  • Bandeirantes can be sent from homecity.
  • They have African Slaves as Villagers, that are stronger that Settlers.
  • When they age up they get an agricultural wagon that can become a Mill or Plantation.
  • Their unique building is the Fazenda, a better plantation
  • They get an extra immigrant and religion.
  • They can quickly purchase a group of slaves from the Town Center for an increasing amount of coin.
  • They can whip their slaves, making them better at gathering but weaker in combat.
  • Instead of hunting techs, they have plantation techs at the market.

Bandeirante

Jesuit Priest

African Slave

Voluntario da Patria

Cassador Montado

Guarda de Honra

Fazenda

Colombians

Simon Bolivar
  • They have Simon Bolivar as the Explorer.
  • They have tents instead of houses.
  • Colombians don't gather food; it's produced depending on how big your army is. The bigger the army, the bigger the economy.
  • Buildings spawn guerrillas when destroyed. Guerilla units are weak soldiers that can spawn from irregular places to surprise the enemy.
  • Livestock animals don't get killed; instead, they produce by simply gathering at livestock.
  • Most cards spawn Guerillas.

Simón Bolivar

Paisano

Llanero

Independentista

Guerrilla

Gamma civilizations Edit

Civilization Personality Main Bonuses Unique units

Canadians

Sir John Alexander Macdonald
  • They age up with wood instead of food.
  • Each building spawns a maple tree.
  • Congress is replaced by Parliament. They can choose between New British and New French factions at the Parliament.
  • In Delta version the rifleman will be able to counter cavalry and hold its ground against heavy gunpowder ranged infantry instead of being a skirmisher.
  • Instead of Houses they have Log Cabins that trickle Wood
New England:

Foot Guard

Fencible

Mountie

Black Watch

New France: Troupe de la Marine

Metis Rebel

Mississauga Horse

Voltigeur de Québec

United States

Abraham Lincoln
  • They have extra market techs at the American unique building, the General Store.
  • They have 6 "Great Companies" to choose from at the General Store: Texaco, Colt's Patent Firearms, John Deer, Tiffany, General Electric, and Ford.
  • They are the only Anglo civ to have to the hospital, unlocked by selecting Clara Barton as a politician.
  • They can choose between the Confederate and Union factions at the Congress.

Confederates:

Zouave

Texas Ranger

Sharpshooter

Cavalry Corps

Union :

Continental Marine

Mounted Rifle

Gatling Gun

Nurse

Buffalo Soldier

Mexicans

Benito Juarez
  • They have the Presidio, a small fort that trains villagers.
  • Each of their techs gives Pistoleros.
  • The Mexican villager is the "Chinaco". When it dies it gives back a portion of its cost, and leaves a grave where it died for some seconds.
  • The only Latin American civilization to have saloons

Bounty Hunter

Chinaco

Soldadera

Insurgente

Presidio

Delta civilizations Edit

Civilization Personality Main Bonuses Unique units

Egyptians

Muhammad Ali Pasha
  • Buildings are mobile, and cost food and wood.
  • Their royal unit is the Mameluke.
  • Their military techs at the Library make each Caravan spawn Felahin
  • Their economic techs at the Library make Ali Pasha empower Villagers
  • Their civil techs at Library spawn several different types of Caravans.

Muhammad Ali Pasha

Fellah

Naffatun

Mehariste

Mamluk

Ethiopians

Emperor Menelik II
  • Town Centers automatically spawn Porters.
  • They have the strongest buildings and defenses.
  • Their explorer is Emperor Menelik II, who can summon a lion roar to stun enemies.
  • Their economic techs at the Library spawn food crates.
  • Their civil techs at the Library give more population per house.
  • Their military techs at library provide military bonuses.
  • Their royal unit is the Selfenga, which has more hitpoints when near a base.

Menelik II

Neftenya

Tigray Lancer

Oromo Horseman

Selfenga

Sebastopol

Zulu

Shaka Zulu
  • They cannot train units. Instead, their Town Center spawns Youths that mature into their units.
  • Their military techs at the Library bring free impis and increase infantry speed.
  • Infantry run faster and have special tactics.
  • Their civil techs at the Library spawn African Builders (similar to Iroquois Travois).
  • Their economic techs at the Library bring free cows, make villagers walk faster, and increase Youth build limit.
  • Their royal unit is the Ishikulu, a powerful spearman.
  • They have Matriarchs that spawn Youths.
  • Their hero is Shaka, who can hit enemies with a shield.

Shaka

Youth

Matriarch

Umpakati

Impi

Double Ram

Izikhulu

Australia

Henry Parkes
  • Trains Convict Laborers alongside a sheep.
  • Unit cost depends on their population.
  • Choose between Natives and Colonists at the parliament.

Convict Laborer

Natives:

Headhunter

Tupara Gunman

Aboriginal Tracker

Native Policeman

Colonists:

Bushranger

Rum Corpsman

Pom-Pom

Waler Horse

Bulgarians

Ferdinand I
  • They can use Voivods for power up their units.
  • They can use Shipments without need of be available.

Strong Peasant

Opalchenets Pobornik

Spasitel

Infantry Voivod

Cavalry Voivod

Greeks

Theodoros Kolokotronis
  • They have Olive Plantations.
  • They have the Fish Trap, a naval food gathering building
  • The only Balkan civilization to age up at the dock
  • Very strong home city cards linked to politicians that have a half blue, half light green border

Klepht

Chorofylax

Sailor

Pyropolikon

Romanians

Alexander John Cuza
  • They train villagers from vardos, Romanian wagons
  • The Domnitor, their explorer, moves slowly but can kill any unit, even other explorers, in one hit.
  • They start with two ravens that scout the map by themselves.
  • Animals can be put to work in the Circus.
  • They can scare the enemy using their Forest of the Dead, a unique ability.

Domnitor

Roma Slave

Dorobant

Vanator

Calarashi

Corpse Catapult

Serbs

Peter I
  • When one of their units dies, it incites allies to attack faster. Enemies suffer attrition damage when invading a Serbian town.
  • They can set fire to their own buildings, preventing enemies from getting XP, and damaging nearby units.

Chetnik

Konjanik

Sokol

Habsburgs

Maria Theresa
  • All units are mercenaries.
  • They age up by marrying a foreign princess and absorbing their nation's bonus.
  • They send Mercenaries from different parts of Europe.
  • Their Villagers are Settler Wagons and female villagers that can detect spies.

Tross

Pavisier

Pandur

Grenzer

Landsknecht

Magyar Hussar

Reiter

Magyar Grenadier

Fougasse

Saker

Demicannon

Doppelsoldner

Winged Hussar

Chileans

Manuel Montt
  • Villagers are Rotos that train in pairs and work twice as fast.
  • Military units are trained in pairs.
  • Trade route bonus from the many railroads of Chile.
  • Can build a Salitrera to autoproduce Crates.
  • Rotos spawn when Trading Posts are built.

Húsar de la Muerte

Roto

Batallon Civico

Frontier Cavalry

Salitrera

Inca

Tupac Amaru II
  • Buildings cost coin.
  • Villagers generate coin when gathering other resources.
  • Use Temples for tasking Tambos to train units.
  • Units are stronger when nearby buildings.
  • Their buildings give gold when destroyed.
  • Their Chasquis explore, gather treasures and build Trading Posts.
  • The Sapa Inca has special habilities and increases the HP of nearby units.
  • Can build monuments in enemy bases.
  • Tambos send one free military unit when the unit is upgraded.
  • They can send a powerful Inca calvary (Manco Horseman) through the Home City and the Big Button and they upgrade themselves every age up.

Sapa Inca

Chasqui

Huaminca

Auca Runa

Bolas Warrior

Pishtako

Inca Mortar

Manco Horseman

Mapuche

Calfucura
  • Everything the Mapuche do will bring more experience than normal.
  • Villagers trickle extra XP with every activity they realize.
  • The Mapuche have their tribal council directly on the battlefield, meaning that they can perfectly send various shipments at once.

Trangolaf

Waikilaf

Tralkatufe

Kaweltulinko

Huampelen

Winitufe

Malon

Artillery Piece

Mawidanche

Peruvians

General Ramón Castilla
  • Villagers are Cholos and they can garrison in any building.
  • All buildings are enabled one age earlier.
  • Dead units increase nearby allied unit speed and give LOS.
  • Can build a Guanera, which is a water plantation that autoproduces Coin and Experience.
  • They start with a Rabona who can accompany and heal the Explorer.
  • Rabonas are trained at the Town Center and they can heal and build military buildings.
  • They can train decoys of all unique military units.
  • They have HC cards that can boost the units stats for a while.
  • They can have both a male explorer (Prócer) and a female explorer (Mariscala) and upgrade them, plus a ship explorer (Huáscar).

Prócer

Mariscala

Cholo

Rabona

Brenero

Legion Peruana

Morochuco

Grieve Cannon

Decoy

Guanera

Italians

Victor Emmanuel II
  • They have "Merchant", villager than only recolect resources.
  • They have "Architect", villager than build Wagons and recolect wood.
  • They use Wagons for build their buildings.
  • They use "Camorrista", a unique spy for Italians
  • They can exchange faith for gold in their "Basilica", a unique Italian church.

Merchant

Architect

Bersagliere

Alpino

Camorrista

Basilica

Maltese

Emmanuel de Rohan–Polduc
  • Their walls automatically upgrade on age-up.
  • They can instantly build 4 Outposts around the TC once very 20 minutes.
  • Their units fulfill roles corresponding to AoE2's units.

Footman

Ranseur

Arbalester

Longbowman

Knight

Cranequier

Warhammer

Demolisher

Trebuchet

Hoop Thrower

Haitians

Faustin I

The further away military units are from the Town Center, the stronger they are. Each age, they have access to a revolutionary politician that is more expensive than other politicians, but researches extremely quickly and brings powerful military advantages.

Royalist

Sevite

Picket

Caco

Affranchi

Delta edits to the original Civilizations
  • The British Longbowman is replaced by the Green Jacket, an accurate ranged unit.
  • For the British, the Musketeer is replaced by the Redcoat, self-explanatory
  • The British now get a musketeer for each military building built
  • The British get the Highlander and the Scots Grey
  • British ships have a higher build limit.
  • The French get the Foreign Legion
  • The French have more royal guard units
  • The Russians get special techs in winter maps
  • The Russians get the Ryadovoy, a rifleman that replace the Strelet.
  • The Ottomans now gather coin by attacking enemies
  • Ottoman hussar replaced by Akinci, a hand cavalry with sword and shield
  • Ottomans get Nizam I Cedid, which is good against cavalry and infantry.
  • The Japanese are modernized and get Meiji era units:
  • The Yumi archer is replace by the Kihei, a Meiji era skirmisher
  • The Ashigaru is replaced by the Shaguma, a Musketeer wearing long red wig
  • The Naginata Rider is replaced by the Gunto Rider, a mounted swordsman
  • The Flaming Arrow is replaced by the Kanouhou, a European canon
  • The Atakabune now uses the Tekousen model
  • The Tekousen replaced by the Joukisen, a steam ship.
  • The Bacamartier gets a new texture
  • The Ukrainian immigrant military unit gets a new texture

Cultures Edit

Europeans

  • Hospital, a new building unique to the Europeans that train surgeons, heal nearby units, research technologies and in delta will cast diseases at enemies
  • Along with the Latin Americans, they are the only culture to have Royal Guard upgrades
  • Shared units are: Pikeman, Ranger, Line Infantry, Skirmisher, Hussar, Falconet, Culverin, Heavy Cannon, Mortar, Horse Artillery, Frigate, Caravel, Galley, Fishing Boat, and Villager

Spanish

Portuguese

French

Germans

British

Russians

Dutch

Ottoman

Italians

Habsburgs

Danish

Belgians

Maltese

Swedish

Latin

American

  • Spy replaced by Coronel; cannot hide, but has various other abilities. They are trained at the new building: Town Hall.
  • Saloon replaced by Immigrants; which provides powerful units and techs. Costs Home City shipments and also has an ultimate tech.
  • Lack Halberdiers and Crossbowmen.
  • Shared units are: Pikeman, Carabinero, Musketeer, Skirmisher, Bacamartier, Hussar, Dragoon, Aspide, Bomb Cart, Gonada, Pedrero, Pasavolante and Corvette.
  • Each age-up politician has a different cost and age-up time.
  • Only one politician to advance to Imperial Age.
  • No capitol

Argentinians

Paraguayans

Colombians

Brazilians

Chileans

Mexicans

Peruvians

Haitians

South American Native
  • Instead of churches they have monuments, which can summon nature powers. There are 2 shared powers and 3 unique ones, and each new age unlock one power.
  • Forts replaced by Pucaras.
  • Share an artillery unit called Bocafuegos

Tupi

Mapuche

Inca

African
  • Age-up automatically when certain techs are researched at the Library. The Library techs are divided into military, civil and economic.
  • Home city buildings are replaced by ambassadors. Each African civ has 4 foreign ambassadors and one national leader, and with the exception of the national leader, each ambassador sends different types of unit shipment. Ambassador cards provide a small bonus that differs for each ambassador. They can also send consulate units, but they cost export.
  • Start with a hero unit. Heroes can be killed but respawn after a few minutes.
  • Shared units are: Askari, Bowmen, Firebrand, Mountain Gun, Revolving Gun, Escort, African Villager, Assegai, and Camel Rider.
  • They have three military buildings: The Garrison (trains cheap units), the Cantonement (trains moderately priced units) and the Palace ( trains expensive units)
  • Instead of farms, they have Lots, which work like farms in AOK
  • Each nation has a royal unit that costs export

Egyptians

Ethiopians

Zulus

Anglophones
  • They have a unique building called the Congress, allowing: choosing between two different factions, gaining access to faction battalions, and voting on issues for effects.
  • Can choose between two different factions at the Congress.
  • Unlock unique units based upon faction and the politicians in each faction.
  • Each politician possesses a unique tech.
  • They have two types of towers: Lookouts, that provide line of sight, and Shelters, that have to be garrisoned by infantry to fire.
  • They start with a variable number of Fur Traders (which double as hunters) and Shepherd Dogs. The dogs are immortal pets who can gather treasures and mark territory

Canadians

Americans

Australians

Balkans
  • They age up through big button techs on the Mill, Stable, Artillery Foundry, Barracks and Livestock Pen. They can also build military buildings from the Discovery Age.
  • Shared units are Hajduk (archaic musketeers), Maceman, Seimen, Mule Artillery (slow, cheap light cannons), Schneider Gun, Boyar, (cavalry archers) Stradiot (melee cavalry), Marauder (torch wielding melee cavalry) and Schwarloze (machine gunner)
  • Their homecities have a palace view.
  • They have Star Forts, which have more HP than forts but less attack.
  • Instead of Mills they have different kinds of crops. To build crops you must first build a base and then plant the crops over it. Each crop has a different cost, duration, and build time. Villagers can only gather from a planted crop once the player enables the gather ability (enabled with a button) for each individual crop, which will also stop the increase of food available from that planted crop.

Bulgarians

Serbians

Romanians

Greeks

Middle East (Coming Soon)

  • Instead of having a Town Center, they have the Citadel. This is the only defensive structure for the Middle Eastern civilizations other than the Arabians
  • Age up through Cultural Aspects at the Royal Court. Instead of giving resources or units, the options impact your Leader, adds a bonus to your civilizations or adds a protocol for the Royal Court. There is a level system for the Cultural Aspects.
  • Instead of spies they are able to train Hashashins at the Hookah Lounge
  • Their villager unit is the Servant
  • Their minuteman unit are Lashkars
  • The unique explorer/hero unit for Middle Eastern civs are Leaders. Each civ has their own unique version of the Leader.
  • Leaders can't gather treasures, this job is done by the Nomad

Afghans

Persians

Arabians

Uzbeks

Southeast Asians (Coming soon) Not revealed.

Acehnese

Siamese

Vietnamites

Standalone Civilizations (Coming soon) Not revealed. Polynesians

Immigrants Edit

  • Italians: Best plantation gatherers, can train Redshirts and Tatterdemalions.
  • Germans: Best builders can train Brummers, Chevaulegers and Krupp Cannons.
  • Ukrainians: Can train Scarlet Sails, Serduks and Oprishoks.
  • Confederates: Best miners, can train Filibusters.
  • Irish: Best fighters, can train Patricio, Fenian and Wild Goose.
  • Polish: Best hunters, can train Auxiliars and Infernal Picadores.
  • Scandinavians: Best fishermen, can train Immigrant Fishing Boat and Ski Trooper
  • Southeast Asians: Largest numbers, can train Patangpuluhan and Tonkinese Riflemen. They are available to the Mexicans.
  • Lebanese: They can train Maronite Riflemen.

Religions Edit

  • Catholicism: Makes priests the best, but costs the most faith. Its healer is the Priest. It allows building a second temple. Its temple is called the Abbey. This religion is available to Mexico, France, Portugal and Spain.
  • Anglicanism: Unknown bonus. Its healer is the Deacon. The name of its temple is unknown. This religion is available to Britain, Canada and Australia.
  • Lutheranism: Unknown bonus. Its healer is the preacher. The name of its temple is unknown. This religion is available to Germany and the United States.
  • Baptism: A religion dominant in much of the new world; its techs don't cost faith and are cheap. Its healer is the Reverend. Reverends can be trained from houses with the home parish tech, and the name of its temple is the Parish. This religion is available to the United States and Mexico.
  • Orthodox: This religion is available to Russia and Greece.
  • Candomblé: An African religion that is unique to Brazil. Its healer is the Babalorixa, and its temple is called the Casa Branca.
  • Shamanism: A native religion. Its healer is the shaman and its temple is simply called the Temple.
  • Secularism: An emphasis on the scientific method rather than organized religion. The laws of physics give artillery increased range, the theory of evolution allows genetic breeding, making crops grow faster, and the healer can heal faster than any religious healer. Its healer is the Physician, and its temple is simply called the Temple.
  • Islam: Can call a jihad where units become much stronger but all units then will cost faith.(priest name: imam)
  • Judaism: Its healer is a Rabbi, and its temple is called the Synagogue. This religion is available to Portugal, Germany and Greece.
  • Calvinism: Its healer is a Huguenot, and its temple is called the Meeting house. This religion is available to Britain.
  • Hinduism: (priest name: Acharya)
  • Buddhism: (priest name: Bhikkhu)
  • Shintoism: (priest name: Kannushi)
  • Taoism: (priest name: Daoshi)
  • Animism:
  • Heliolatry:
  • Sunni Islam
  • Shia Islam
  • Zoroastrianism

Gamma random maps Edit

Araucana .Gran Chacau .Gallopagos .Seratano . Marajo. Dunas. Coin foxes added to Alaska . Acre map and Marajo map have rubber trees that you can collect the sap for coin. Marajo map has sunny and rain cycles and has more wild herdables than any other map. Many non-WotTA custom maps .More Coming soon . (Note that this may not be entirely correct, as the method used to obtain this information is looking at the creation date at the top of the map script and guessing what version the creation date puts it in.)

Delta random maps Edit

  • Gallapagos - Redone with new turtle model

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  • New desert map with sand dunes shown in screen shots on the Facebook page, presumably African
  • Congo - the map goes dark again after you are outside of LOS of the area as shown in screen shots on the Facebook page
  • Dallol (Northern Ethiopia, volcanic desert)
  • Agreste (Northeastern Brazil)
  • River Nile (water trade route)
  • Gran Chacau redone with less vivid tree leave colors.
  • Iceland
  • Iberian Peninusla
  • British Isles
  • Verdon gorge (France)
  • Atlas Mountains (redone?)
  • Alps
  • Tuscany (place holder?)
  • Balkans
  • Black Forest
  • Scandinavia
  • Black Sea
  • Eastern European Plains
  • Llanos (Columbia)
  • Atacama (redone with a dry salt lake)
  • Panama
  • Cerrado
  • Andes
  • A lake map in Africa (Rift Valley?)
  • Lake Retba (pink lake water)
  • Cape (of Africa)
  • Madagascar
  • Abyssinia (placeholder? Changed to Horn of Africa?)
  • Sahara
  • Lower Sahara (placeholder?)
  • Barbary Coast
  • Savannah
  • Great Zimbabwe
  • Azores (placeholder)
  • [unnamed Ivory Coast area] (placeholder)
  • Himalayas
  • Steppes
  • Tianzi Mountains
  • Aegean Islands (placeholder?)
  • Valley of Kings (placeholder?)
  • Oasis (placeholder?)
  • Guinea Coast (placeholder?)
  • Sinai (placeholder?)
  • Arabia (placeholder?)
  • Red beach [China] (placeholder?, a red colored marsh)
  • Australia (whole continent).

African commodities Edit

On African maps, the native villages each specialize in a product you trade with them.

There are 21 commodities in total. 8 of them revealed so far.

  • Palm Oil Merchants.
  • Silk Merchants.
  • Vanilla Merchants.
  • Slave Merchants.
  • Coffee Merchants.
  • Black oil Merchants.
  • Rubber Merchants.
  • Lost Treasures Merchants.

New native/mercenary units Edit

  • African: Ruga Ruga, Poacher and Dahomey Amazon.
  • Latin American: Colorado, Lanceiro Negro, Zuavo Baiano, Jamaican Black Shot.

Staff Edit

Active Edit

  • Team leader: Takatmo Yereoc
  • Former team leader: Tahattus
  • Coding: Takatmo Yereoc, Daniel Pereira, Hoop Thrower, DayoftheNinja, Musketeer925, Christos, Tzommar, Septafolia
  • Art: Fenriz, Persian_Fusilier, Forsant, Alex Julio
  • Research: Hoop Thrower, Christos, Alex Julio, Septafolia
  • Design: Jutlander, Hoop Thrower, Christos, Alex Julio, Tzommar, Septafolia
  • Balance: Jutlander, Hoop Thrower
  • AI: AlistairJah, Musketeer925
  • Random map scripting: Will
  • Social media: DayoftheNinja, Hoop Thrower, Fenriz

Team members Edit

  • Tahattus: former team leader, and was then put in a reduced role while he was in residency in medical school, he handles social media. Also learning random map scripting and 3D modeling now that he has graduated medical school.
  • Hoop Thrower: former co-team leader, now team leader, all coding, and civ concept design including research.
  • Christos: textures and civ concept design including research.
  • Alex Julio: textures and civ concept design including research.
  • Musketeer925: random map scripting, AI scripting, trigger scripting, and advanced tech coding.
  • arcalion: 3D modeling, not an active member any more.
  • DayOfTheNinja: random map scripting, textures, advanced tech codingand civ concept design including research, a ghost member who rarely appears.
  • Sufjanfan: random map scripting, not an active member any more.

Assistance from other mods Edit

  • Peugout407 (Knights and Barbarians mod): textures.
  • AoE_Fan (Knights and Barbarians mod): random map scripting.
  • Alexastor (Napoleonic Era mod): 3D modeling.

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