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[. . . ] Contents Chapter 1: Gameplay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Chapter 2: Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Chapter 3: Technologies . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Chapter 4: Civilizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Chapter 1 Gameplay New features Age of Empires Expansion includes these new features: · · · · · · · · · · · Four new civilizations: Carthaginian, Macedonian, Palmyran, and Roman. Five new units: Armored Elephant, Camel Rider, Fire Galley, Scythe Chariot, and Slinger. Four new technologies: Logistics, Martyrdom, Medicine, and Tower Shield. Double-clicking a unit selects all units of that type on the game screen. [. . . ] When the Carthaginians attacked Numidia, a Roman ally, the Romans responded by attacking Carthage once more. This time the city was destroyed utterly and its power broken forever. A symbolic furrow was plowed through the city and sown with salt to show that the city would not be allowed to revive. 10 Age of Empires Expansion Macedonian civilization (323 BC to 146 BC) The Macedonians were a Greek people that populated the south central Balkan Peninsula. In 338 BC, King Philip II of Macedonia conquered the Greek citystates. Philip's son, Alexander the Great, conquered nearly every civilization from Egypt to India, building a huge empire in which culture and art flourished. After Alexander's death in 323 BC, his empire went through many years of turmoil as his senior generals and family members vied for control. By 301 BC, Alexander's mother, wife, son, and half brother had all been murdered. Following the battle of Ipsus that year in Asia Minor, the empire was divided into four kingdoms--Macedonia, Thrace, Egypt, and Persia. Although Egypt and Persia both initially claimed Syria, Persia annexed it by 281 BC. In 277 BC, Antigonos Gonatas (a descendent of Antigonos, one of Alexander's generals) became king of the Greek Kingdom of Macedonia and established the ruling Antigonid dynasty, which reigned until its conquest by the Romans. Together with Syria and Egypt, Macedonia became one of the three great kingdoms of the Hellenistic world. Macedonia's attempt to expand its territories met opposition from Pyrrhus and the confederation of the city-states of central and southern Greece. (Athens bribed its way out of the confederation and became a neutral state, but never regained its past prominence. ) During the 3rd century BC, Pyrrhus came to the aid of the Greek colonies in southern Italy and Sicily that were fighting the Romans in Italy. The early victories by Pyrrhus were so costly and had so little effect (thus the expression, "Pyrrhic victories") that the Greeks were forced to withdraw by 275 BC. During the Second Punic War the Greeks actively aided Hannibal against the Romans. In this same period, the Greeks fought the Romans, who had invaded Illyria (northeast Adriatic coast from modern north Albania to Croatia) to put an end to piracy in the Adriatic. By 202 BC, the kingdom of Macedonia was struggling to maintain control of the city-states of the Greek Peninsula, which were joining together in rebellion. A small Roman army came to their aid and, by 196 BC, defeated the Macedonian army. Macedonia's power revived and the Romans invaded again in 172 BC, defeated the kingdom of Macedonia at the battle of Pydna in 168 BC, and removed the Antigonids from power. The Romans attempted to leave the other Greek city-states on their own, but the kingdom of Macedonia took up arms again. The Romans invaded in 149 BC and made the kingdom of Macedonia a Roman province. Roman patience with the other Greek city-states was exhausted by unrest in Corinth in 147 BC, so they besieged and sacked that city in 146 BC. [. . . ] Catapult Trireme and Juggernaught +65% fire rate. Tool Age Scout Ship Bronze Age Merchant Ship Iron Age Catapult Trireme Trireme Heavy Transport Fire Galley Guard Tower Fortification Ballista Tower (requires Ballistics) Juggernaught (requires Engineering) Dock Fishing Boat War Galley Light Transport Fishing Ship Watch Tower Small Wall Sentry Tower Medium Wall Priest Astrology Fanaticism Jihad Medicine Afterlife Monotheism Martyrdom Granary Farm Domestication Temple Mysticism Polytheism Plow Market House Gold Mining Wheel Stone Mining Artisanship Woodworking Town Center Logistics Architecture Writing Nobility Irrigation Coinage Craftsmanship Siegecraft Town Center Government Center Ballistics Alchemy Engineering Aristocracy Villager Scale Armor Chain Mail Iron Shield Metallurgy Wonder Tower Shield Storage Pit Leather Armor Bronze Shield Toolworking Metalworking Hoplite Scout Academy Cavalry Chariot (requires Wheel) Phalanx Centurion (requires Aristocracy) Cataphract (requires Metallurgy) Armored Elephant (requires Iron Shield) Scythe Chariot (requires Nobility) Legion (requires Fanaticism) Stable Heavy Cavalry War Elephant Clubman Camel Rider Broad Swordsman Barracks Axeman Slinger Short Swordsman Long Swordsman Stone Thrower Bowman Archery Range Siege Workshop Improved Bowman Chariot Archer (requires Wheel) Composite Bowman Catapult Ballista Horse Archer Elephant Archer Heavy Catapult (requires Siegecraft) Helepolis (req's Craftsmanship) Heavy Horse Archer (requires Chain Mail) 28 Age of Empires Expansion Roman Stone Age Trade Boat Y Y Y Buildings cost 15% less, except towers, walls and Wonders. Swordsmen attack 33% faster. Tool Age Scout Ship Bronze Age Merchant Ship Iron Age Catapult Trireme Trireme Heavy Transport Fire Galley Guard Tower Fortification Ballista Tower (requires Ballistics) Juggernaught (requires Engineering) Dock Fishing Boat War Galley Light Transport Fishing Ship Watch Tower Small Wall Sentry Tower Medium Wall Priest Astrology Fanaticism Jihad Medicine Afterlife Monotheism Martyrdom Granary Farm Domestication Temple Mysticism Polytheism Plow Market House Gold Mining Wheel Stone Mining Artisanship Woodworking Town Center Logistics Architecture Writing Nobility Irrigation Coinage Craftsmanship Siegecraft Town Center Government Center Ballistics Alchemy Engineering Aristocracy Villager Scale Armor Chain Mail Iron Shield Metallurgy Wonder Tower Shield Storage Pit Leather Armor Bronze Shield Toolworking Metalworking Hoplite Scout Academy Cavalry Chariot (requires Wheel) Phalanx Centurion (requires Aristocracy) Cataphract (requires Metallurgy) Armored Elephant (requires Iron Shield) Scythe Chariot (requires Nobility) Legion (requires Fanaticism) Stable Heavy Cavalry War Elephant Clubman Camel Rider Broad Swordsman Barracks Axeman Slinger Short Swordsman Long Swordsman Stone Thrower Bowman Archery Range Siege Workshop Improved Bowman Chariot Archer (requires Wheel) Composite Bowman Catapult Ballista Horse Archer Elephant Archer Heavy Catapult (requires Siegecraft) Helepolis (req's Craftsmanship) Heavy Horse Archer (requires Chain Mail) Appendix 29 Shang Stone Age Trade Boat Y Y Villagers cost 30% less. Wall hit points doubled. Tool Age Scout Ship Bronze Age Merchant Ship Iron Age Catapult Trireme Trireme Heavy Transport Fire Galley Guard Tower Fortification Ballista Tower (requires Ballistics) Juggernaught (requires Engineering) Dock Fishing Boat War Galley Light Transport Fishing Ship Watch Tower Small Wall Sentry Tower Medium Wall Priest Astrology Fanaticism Jihad Medicine Afterlife Monotheism Martyrdom Granary Farm Domestication Temple Mysticism Polytheism Plow Market House Gold Mining Wheel Stone Mining Artisanship Woodworking Town Center Logistics Architecture Writing Nobility Irrigation Coinage Craftsmanship Siegecraft Town Center Government Center Ballistics Alchemy Engineering Aristocracy Villager Scale Armor Chain Mail Iron Shield Metallurgy Wonder Tower Shield Storage Pit Leather Armor Bronze Shield Toolworking Metalworking Hoplite Scout Academy Cavalry Chariot (requires Wheel) Phalanx Centurion (requires Aristocracy) Cataphract (requires Metallurgy) Armored Elephant (requires Iron Shield) Scythe Chariot (requires Nobility) Legion (requires Fanaticism) Stable Heavy Cavalry War Elephant Clubman Camel Rider Broad Swordsman Barracks Axeman Slinger Short Swordsman Long Swordsman Stone Thrower Bowman Archery Range Siege Workshop Improved Bowman Chariot Archer (requires Wheel) Composite Bowman Catapult Ballista Horse Archer Elephant Archer Heavy Catapult (requires Siegecraft) Helepolis (req's Craftsmanship) Heavy Horse Archer (requires Chain Mail) 30 Age of Empires Expansion Sumerian Stone Age Trade Boat Y Y Y Villagers +15 hit points. Farm production doubled. Tool Age Scout Ship Bronze Age Merchant Ship Iron Age Catapult Trireme Trireme Heavy Transport Fire Galley Guard Tower Fortification Ballista Tower (requires Ballistics) Juggernaught (requires Engineering) Dock Fishing Boat War Galley Light Transport Fishing Ship Watch Tower Small Wall Sentry Tower Medium Wall Priest Astrology Fanaticism Jihad Medicine Afterlife Monotheism Martyrdom Granary Farm Domestication Temple Mysticism Polytheism Plow Market House Gold Mining Wheel Stone Mining Artisanship Woodworking Town Center Logistics Architecture Writing Nobility Irrigation Coinage Craftsmanship Siegecraft Town Center Government Center Ballistics Alchemy Engineering Aristocracy Villager Scale Armor Chain Mail Iron Shield Metallurgy Wonder Tower Shield Storage Pit Leather Armor Bronze Shield Toolworking Metalworking Hoplite Scout Academy Cavalry Chariot (requires Wheel) Phalanx Centurion (requires Aristocracy) Cataphract (requires Metallurgy) Armored Elephant (requires Iron Shield) Scythe Chariot (requires Nobility) Legion (requires Fanaticism) Stable Heavy Cavalry War Elephant Clubman Camel Rider Broad Swordsman Barracks Axeman Slinger Short Swordsman Long Swordsman Stone Thrower Bowman Archery Range Siege Workshop Improved Bowman Chariot Archer (requires Wheel) Composite Bowman Catapult Ballista Horse Archer Elephant Archer Heavy Catapult (requires Siegecraft) Helepolis (req's Craftsmanship) Heavy Horse Archer (requires Chain Mail) Appendix 31 Yamato Stone Age Trade Boat Y Y Y Horse archers, Scout, Cavalry, Heavy Cavalry, Cataphract cost 25% less. 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