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posted 08-18-07 01:20 AM EDT (US)         
Civilization Statistics

Civilizations that can be allied with:
+10% Unit Hitpoints
Let's you train:
Shipments:Support Units
-15% Building Costs
Let's you train:
Provides a resource gathering bonus.
Provides you with a coin trickle.
Ships you a bank.
Lai Yuen
Hitpoints:800 Resists:50% Ranged Resistance
Attack:Ranged Attack:50 Area:1 Range:20 0.5X Artillery
Broadside Attack:60 Area:1 Range:20 2X Ships

Civilization Overview
•Fast Fortress Civilization
•Villagers cost Wood instead of Food
•Cannont hunt cows.Instead they can put their cows at the Sacred Field(Replaces Livestock pen) to gain experience from them.
•Does not have settler cards.Instead , gets a free settler with almost ever shipment.
The Indian Campaign takes place at time of the Sepoy Rebellion.The hero, Nanib, begins the campaign in the employ of the British East India Company, but rapidly becomes disillusioned with its cruel ways and joins the rebels.
Taj Mahal

Provides "Cease Fire" ability that can forbid attacking for a while.
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Agra Fort
Powerful Fortress.Weaker version of the European fort.

Karni Mata
Provides a gather bonus to all nearby villagers.

Tower of Victory
Provide "Inspiration" Ability.Temporarily increases the attack, hit points, and speed of all military units.

Charminar Gate
Allows the training of special higher-ranking "mansabdar" versions of normal units. Mansabdars have twice the hit points of normal units and provide an attack and hit-point boost to nearby units of the same type.
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Attack:Anti Ship Attack:100 Range:40 3.5X(Something,i didn't understand what it was in the video)
Ranged Attck:30 Range:24 0.3xVillagers/Settlers 1.5XCavalry 0.5X(Same thing that was for the Anti Ship Attack)5X Light Infantry
Mahout Lancer
Powerul splash Damage.
Hitpoints:1100 30% Ranged Resistance
Attack:Siege Attack:123 Range:6
Gaurdian Attack:34
Hand Attack:34 Area:3 2XInfantry 0.5X(new picture) 0.5X(new picture)

Howdah Elephant
Elephant filled with archers.

Flail Elephant
Melee attack that is powerful against units and buildings.

Seige Elephant

Cost:300 Wood , 400 Coin 7 Population
Build XP:70
Kill XP:70
Has a cannon mounted on top.Elephant artillery.Good against artillery and buildings.
Hitpoints:700 30% Ranged Resistance
Bombard Attack:40 Area:1 Range:28 0.5X(new picture)10X Buildings 8X Ships 0.5X Cavalry 2.5X Artillery



Double-Sword wielding unit,Falls somewhere between a rodelero and a pikeman.

Functions as a powerful musketeer that is not aspowerful as the janissary.

Variant of the skirmisher.

Civilization Overview
Japan's major strengths include its extremely powerful military units (such as samurai), but these units are also expensive, so you'll need a good economy. One interesting Japanese power is that most home-city cards can be sent twice. An even more dramatic difference from other nations is that in reflection of restrictions on hunting and eating meat other than fish--restrictions which remained in place for hundreds of years in Japan--the Japanese are not allowed to acquire food from hunting or herding.

Japan is an excellent civ for multiplayer games. Japan has a fairly robust start that can be used to rush the enemy with the help of your daimyo or to economic boom to the later ages with your shrines. A daimyo is practically essential for a rush since the ability to train troops and send shipments to a mobile unit is priceless. Besides that, the daimyo is a pretty good fighter and provides an attack bonus to nearby troops. Economically, the Japanese have one of the best economies in the game.In team games, Japan's allies will be very pleased by the informers power

The Japanese campaign focuses on the establishment of the Tokugawa Shogunate in the early 17th century.The Japanese campaign takes place in the late 16th century and deals with the establishment of the Tokugawa Shogunate. You'll control Shogun Tokugawa and his most loyal retainers as they seek to bring an end to the Warring States period and unify Japan.
Home City
One of the first things you'll notice about the Japanese home city is that most of the cards can be shipped twice--a special Japanese advantage. It's also important to ship a daimyo card, especially when you're on the offensive. Like other Asian civs, Japan does not have the "3 settlers" card that's usually so popular as a first shipment, so you'll have to decide whether to ship the "2 villagers" card (with the option to ship it twice) or try a different opening strategy.
Heavenly Kami
Increases shrine line of sight and hit points, reduces their cost, and increases the amount of resources that they generate.
Toshogu Shrine
Shipment:500 Trade
Power:Is a large shrine.and increases shrine income.

Giant Buddha

Shipment:5 Naginata Riders
Power:Informers-Reveals enemies for a short time.
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Golden Pavilion
Shipment:8 Yumi
Power:Choose a bonus to military units.contains advanced arsenal techs.

The Shogunate
Shipment:1 Daimyo and 600 XP
Power:Military units train faster and cost less.

Torri Gates
Hitpoints: 5000
Shipment:6 Samurai
Power:1.5X Experience points earned.
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Shrines serve both as housing and as resource generators. Use your monks to build them around the map, being sure to put them nearby animals that can be hunted. Shrines also attract wild animals (for example, deer) and herd animals: Each animal that gathers at a shrine adds to the resources generated by the shrine.
You have to ship him, or get him from a wonder, but he's like a walking barracks able to train troops right in the field-and even better he can receive home city shipments directly. Imagine shipping Samurai right into the middle of battle. The Daimyo also "buffs" nearby troops.

Hatamoto Samurai
Available from the consulate,even more powerful than ronin mercenaries.

Hitpoints:230 Resists 30% Hand Resistance
Attack:Sige Attack:67 Range:6
Guardian Attack:25 1.8XCavalry
Hand Attack:25 Area:1 1.8X Cavalry 0.5X(new picture)
Naginata Rider
Hitpoints: 300 Resists: 30% Ranged Resistance
Attack:Seige Attack:22 Range:6
Guardian attack:28 1.5X Infantry 0.7X(new picture)
Hand attack:25 1.5X Infantry 0.7X(new picture)
Flaming Arrow
Hitpoints:175 Resists:75% Ranged Resistance
Attack:75 Area:2 Range:30 2X Infantry 2X buildings 5X Ship

Civilization Information
When thinking about playing the Chinese in a strategy game, it is certainly intuitive to think, "There should be a lot of Chinese people!"--and indeed, several of China's powers fall along this line. First of all, China's maximum population cap is higher than that of other civs.Also, although the Chinese have some specialized and very powerful, unique artillery units, their mainline infantry and cavalry units tend to emphasize the "lots and lots of somewhat weaker units" theme.The Chinese, inventors of gunpowder, also have early access to some quite unique artillery units.Economically, the Chinese are very strong.

China has some interesting possibilities in multiplayer. Its banner armies allow it to field larger armies than most other factions. It doesn't hurt that China has a larger population cap than other factions either.Chinese players will want to go on the offensive, as they tend to do better using their numbers advantage than sitting back and trying to counter what their opponent is sending.That's not to say there aren't other options for the Chinese player. In the colonial age, it's common for the Chinese player to boom with his cards that spawn units at his village and town center. Another strategy involves Confucius' Gift. It makes all technologies research instantly and all home-city shipments arrive very quickly. Combine Confucius with cards that ship gigantic amounts of units, and a fast industrial age becomes very tempting.

The Chinese campaign is the first in the sequence of three campaigns and covers the hypothetical possibility of a Ming treasure fleet reaching the New World in the early 15th century, before the time of Columbus. The "home city" for this part of the campaign is your massive treasure fleet, and in some scenarios you may have one or more treasure ships waiting off the coast, gradually offloading crates of resources during the scenario.
Home City
The traditional cards that ship "2 settlers," "3 settlers," and so on have been replaced with migration cards.the First Opium War, the Taiping Rebellion, and the Boxer Rebellion.Some of these events are referenced in the form of cards.There are also cards that allow your villages to shoot back at enemy troops, and even to muster irregulars (the Asian equivalent of militia). There's a card to give you an additional Shaolin master, a very powerful monk unit.

Also, some of the "classic" European cards have slightly different themes for the Asian nations--for example, where a European civ would have "advanced trading post," China can send "trade empire," which doesn't let the trading posts shoot back but sends a free trading-post wagon. Chinese also have some interesting cards that ship gigantic armies from their home city. These cards cost quite a lot of resources to send, but they can often swing the tide of a battle.

Migration Cards(there are more then one.but I don't know what they are so i'm just describing in general)
These cause each of your villages and town centers to produce a free villager, so the more time you spend preparing before shipping a migration card, the more benefit you will get.Similarly, they have cards that will spawn a goat or a water buffalo at each village and town center. In the industrial age, they get a card that combines both those concepts, spawning a villager and a fattened goat at every village and town center.

Combination Armies
Cost a food premium but provide massive numbers of units.

Confucius' Gift
It makes all technologies research instantly and all home-city shipments arrive very quickly.

Ever Victorious Army
Is an industrial-age card that sends a large amount of iron flail heavy cavalry and flying crow artillery for a cost of 2,000 food
For their wonders, the Chinese have some tough choices to make.
Porcelain Tower
Generates the player's choice of food, wood, coin, or a small trickle of all resources, including experience and export points.

Confucian Academy
Auto-Spawns the flying crow.

Summer Palace
Autospawns the player's choice of banner armies.

Temple of Heaven
It has a spell that will heal all of the player's units on the map, and also gives the Chinese monk the ability to heal other units out of combat.

White Pagoda
It increases the attack and hit points of the Chinese monk and his disciples, as well as increases the amount of disciples he can train.
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War Academy
Instead of separate barracks and stable buildings, the Chinese have a war academy that produces both infantry and cavalry.

Villages are a combination of a house and a livestock pen. Additionally, villages can garrison villagers, providing defense against raids.
Banner Armies
The most important feature of the Chinese military is the banner army.These allow the Chinese to mobilize large numbers of units quickly.Units are always produced in a banner army, which combines two different types of units. For example, the Old Han Army produces Chu Ko Nu archers and Qiang pikemen, whereas other armies combine cavalry with infantry or contain two different types of cavalry (some armies even include artillery). These armies can be both a strength, because the units are produced a bit more efficiently than most other civs, and a weakness, because you must build in large batches and can't get "just pikemen" when that's what you most need, though these effects are mitigated by the many different combinations of units available.
Old Han Army
Cost:255 Food , 180 Wood, 6 Population
Build & KILL XP:44
3 Chu Ko Nu Archers
3 Quang Pikemen
Chu Ko Nu
Hitpoints:90 Resists:20 Ranged Resistance
Attack:Ranged Attack:5 for individal arrows(fires multiple arrows in one attack) Range:16 1.5X Ranged Cavalry 2X(new picture)
Seige Attack:3 Range:6
Hand Attack:6 1.5X Ranged Cavalry 2X(new picture)
Crangdao Swordsman
Hitpoints:120 Resists:20 Melee Resistance
Attack:Seige Attack:25 Range:6
Guardian Attack:14
Hand Attack:14 2X Cavalry 1.5X Light Infantry
Hitpoints:125 Resists:30% Ranged Resistance
Attack:Seige Attack:5 Range:6
Ranged Attack:8 Range:12 0.5X Settlers 3X Cavalry
Flying Crow
Can be obtained rather early if the correct wonder is built.
Hitpoints:270 Resists:75% Ranged Resistance
Bombard Attack:220 Area:4 Range:23 2X Ships 2X Buildings 0.5X Cavalry

Built:Castle,Age 2
Hitpoints:300 Resists:50% Ranged Resistance
Flame Attack:5 Area:1 3X Infantry 4X Ships 5X Ships 4X Artillery

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The resource database helped a lot!
Edit : More info from Chinese video
Edit2 : Mistakes and Bonuses
Edit3 : Pictures

[This message has been edited by Ultra_Janissary (edited 08-19-2007 @ 04:11 AM).]

Cancer of the Head
(id: say1988)
posted 08-18-07 07:18 AM EDT (US)     1 / 20       
•Villagers cost food instead of wood
It is the other way around.
posted 08-18-07 09:05 AM EDT (US)     2 / 20       
Great work, thanks for your time and effort.

Previously known as MoNo Ager
posted 08-18-07 09:40 AM EDT (US)     3 / 20       
You didn't even touch on the navy though, even though we know very little about the navies of all three. Thanks though, good work!

Ferdinand Gwonch
posted 08-18-07 09:42 AM EDT (US)     4 / 20       
"picture of a house" = buildings
"picture of a boat/ship" = ships
"picture of a shoe/boot" = "light" infantry (aztec replacement for cavalry)

posted 08-18-07 10:54 AM EDT (US)     5 / 20       
@say1988 Oh what a silly mistake lol.Thanks!
@George_uk Thanks!
@AFF92 That's because we got no information on the navy.Anyway , thanks.
@Ferdinand Gwonch Thanks , Updated!

[This message has been edited by Ultra_Janissary (edited 08-18-2007 @ 11:01 AM).]

Ferdinand Gwonch
posted 08-18-07 11:20 AM EDT (US)     6 / 20       
Chu Ko Nu
Hitpoints:90 Resists:20 Ranged Resistance
Attack:Ranged Attack:5 Range:16 1.5X Ranged Cavalry 2X(new picture)
Seige Attack:3 Range:6
Ranged Attack:6 Range:16 1.5X Ranged Cavalry 2X(new picture)
which of them is its ranged attack? 5 or 6?

posted 08-18-07 11:48 AM EDT (US)     7 / 20       
oh!sorry it's the first one the other one is the hand attack

P.S i'll post pictures too when I get more time.(the pictures you get when you click them)

[This message has been edited by Ultra_Janissary (edited 08-18-2007 @ 11:54 AM).]

Ferdinand Gwonch
posted 08-18-07 01:05 PM EDT (US)     8 / 20       

and you could post something like this:
Attack:Ranged Attack:5(multiple arrows per shot) Range:16 1.5X Ranged Cavalry 2X(new picture)
and even Chu Ko Nu fires multiple arrows, the damage per arrow is very ridiculous.. even a toy dart does more damage, the chu ko nu arrow isn't worth of an arrow for battles


[This message has been edited by Ferdinand Gwonch (edited 08-18-2007 @ 01:10 PM).]

posted 08-18-07 01:51 PM EDT (US)     9 / 20       
Actually, we do know the names of some ships. The large Japanese "house boat" ship was clicked on during the first gameplay video, and I know that a smaller craft is clicked on during a screenshot on gamespot.

I'll watch the videos and try to post the stats from that stuff. From what I've seen, the Chinese and Japanese both have large and capable navies.

posted 08-18-07 11:36 PM EDT (US)     10 / 20       
true , true.but that first gameplay video was too blurry for me to understand anything.Also , i didn't see the screenshots.ok i'll do it.

Edit : Ok in the Gameplay Video it was , like i said , too blurry for me to understand numbers.But i managed to find the screenshot and the ship you told me was a mercenary ship because the player who had it was using spanish.So i added a new categegory "Mercenaries" under "General" and put it there.

[This message has been edited by Ultra_Janissary (edited 08-19-2007 @ 00:21 AM).]

posted 08-19-07 01:38 AM EDT (US)     11 / 20       
The Flying Crow doesn't dish out splash damage? That is odd.

posted 08-19-07 01:47 AM EDT (US)     12 / 20       
it does.As you can see here , it has 4 Area damage.
Bombard Attack:220 Area:4 Range:23 2X Ships 2X buildings 0.5X Cavalry
Edit : I Updated the main post with pictures
Edit 2 : Now tell me , can you read the picture below? because that's the stats for the ship in the gameplay video.

Edit 3 :How come if i try to post large images like the one below it turns into a link?
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[This message has been edited by Ultra_Janissary (edited 08-19-2007 @ 04:15 AM).]

posted 08-19-07 03:03 PM EDT (US)     13 / 20       
I don't want to seem negative, but I think the picture you put under the "Howdah Elephant" is actually a picture of the "Mahout Lancer." You can see them fight during the India civilization video.

After watching the Japanese video and pausing, I found something very interesting. The guy clicks on a building called a Monastary which lets you train outlaws and mercanaries (equivilant to saloon). However, there are a few technologies that can be researched in it as well.


[This message has been edited by AFF92 (edited 08-19-2007 @ 03:04 PM).]

posted 08-19-07 04:41 PM EDT (US)     14 / 20       
Edit 3 :How come if i try to post large images like the one below it turns into a link?
Only images with a size under ???x??? px and a size under about 50 kb are allowed.

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posted 08-19-07 07:08 PM EDT (US)     15 / 20       
Hmm, I imagine (from the pic of the flamethrower) that the old "barrel on wheels" turns into a sweet dragon figure if you upgrade your flamethrower? Looks cool to me!

posted 08-20-07 04:11 AM EDT (US)     16 / 20       

The monastery!

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(id: Mediolanus)
posted 08-20-07 05:13 AM EDT (US)     17 / 20       
I would have never guessed that my Pistoleros would be Zen buddhists, let alone pious enough to make a pilgrimage to Japan!
posted 08-20-07 10:36 AM EDT (US)     18 / 20       
You do know that its changdao, not crangdao or ciangdao, right? Look them up on google if you don't believe me.

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posted 08-20-07 02:17 PM EDT (US)     19 / 20       
I am curious as to what those technologies are in the monastary.

posted 08-20-07 09:32 PM EDT (US)     20 / 20       
changdao is a swordsman and Monastary is kind of Saloon also where u train Mercenries not just technoglogy
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