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'The Battering Ram serves one purpose: Break down walls. Press a few of the local farmers to carry the thing. They don't need training. It's just a big log. You bash it. If the guys on the wall kill the guys with the ram, there are plenty of farmers ready to take their place.'

--How to Kill Things Cheaply, by Groktok the Warlord


Battering Ram
  

Unit: Battering Ram No Medal TextOrigin: Machines
Tier II: 65 Health Text 28 Movement Text 12 Defense Text 10 Resistance Text Cost: 50 Gold Text Upkeep: 8 Gold Text/Turns Text
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:
  • Iron Medal Text +1 Physical Text Melee +4 Health Text
  • Bronze Medal Text +1 Physical Text Melee +4 Health Text +1 Defense Text
  • Silver Medal Text +1 Physical Text Melee +4 Health Text +1 Resistance Text
  • Gold Medal Text +1 Physical Text Melee +8 Health Text +1 Defense Text, Sprint Sprint

Cannon
  

Unit: Cannon No Medal TextOrigin: Dreadnought Requires: Blast Furnace
Tier III: 60 Health Text 28 Movement Text 11 Defense Text 10 Resistance Text Cost: 130 Gold Text 20 Mana Text Upkeep: 16 Gold Text/Turns Text
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:

Flame Tank
  

Unit: Flame Tank No Medal TextOrigin: Dreadnought Requires: Blast Furnace
Tier III: 60 Health Text 28 Movement Text 12 Defense Text 10 Resistance Text Cost: 140 Gold Text 30 Mana Text Upkeep: 16 Gold Text/Turns Text
This unit can not be build in Frostling cities. Frostlings can build a Frost Tank instead.
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:

Flame Tank
  

Unit: Frost Tank No Medal TextOrigin: Dreadnought Requires: Blast Furnace
Tier III: 60 Health Text 28 Movement Text 12 Defense Text 10 Resistance Text Cost: 150 Gold Text 30 Mana Text Upkeep: 16 Gold Text/Turns Text
This unit can only be build in Frostling cities. Other races can build a Flame Tank instead.
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:

'We tried first to sneak past them, but the pirates had quick frigate warships and sharp eyes. A volley of great arrows streaked through the sky, launched from on-deck ballistae. We'd never make it safely to port. Our transport vessel had no chance against that fleet, so the captain turned to open seas. As suspected, once we got into rough weather, we became more trouble than we were worth. We lost the brigands in the high rolling seas, and I lost the contents of my stomach.'

--Revisiting Aldor, by Ham the Wanderer
Frigate Warship
  

Unit: Frigate Warship No Medal TextOrigin: Machines Requires: Basic Seafaring Basic Seafaring
Tier II: 70 Health Text 32 Embarked Text 13 Defense Text 10 Resistance Text Cost: 80 Gold Text Upkeep: 8 Gold Text/Turns Text
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:

'The trade routes are safe. I verified it myself. We ran continuous patrols to protect all our trade ships. Our galleons are amply present, well-armed, and capable of ramming any of the smaller vessels into splinters. They are sufficient to protect our non-military vessels. We were never challenged. My only conclusion is that reports that the colonies cannot repel pirates and therefore they cannot pay the required tribute are not credible.'

--Report of Tribute, Spice Colonies, by Clarisse Casale, Tax Collector
Galleon Warship
  

Unit: Galleon Warship No Medal TextOrigin: Machines Requires: Advanced Seafaring Advanced Seafaring
Tier III: 80 Health Text 36 Embarked Text 14 Defense Text 11 Resistance Text Cost: 120 Gold Text Upkeep: 16 Gold Text/Turns Text
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:

Golem
  

Unit: Golem No Medal TextOrigin: Dreadnought Requires: Dreadnought's Foundry
Tier II: 60 Health Text 28 Movement Text 14 Defense Text 9 Resistance Text Cost: 80 Gold Text 20 Mana Text Upkeep: 8 Gold Text/Turns Text
This unit cannot be built in Halfling cities. Instead they produce the Party Robot Prototype
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.


Experience Ranks:

Golem
  

Unit: Party Robot Prototype No Medal TextOrigin: Dreadnought Requires: Dreadnought's Foundry
Tier II: 55 Health Text 28 Movement Text 13 Defense Text 9 Resistance Text Cost: 80 Gold Text 20 Mana Text Upkeep: 8 Gold Text/Turns Text
This unit can be built in Halfling cities instead of the Golem
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:

Ironclad Warship
  

Unit: Ironclad Warship No Medal TextOrigin: Dreadnought Requires: Harbor
Tier IV: 90 Health Text 40 Embarked Text 15 Defense Text 12 Resistance Text Cost: 150 Gold Text 30 Mana Text Upkeep: 32 Gold Text/Turns Text
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:
  • Iron Medal Text +1 Physical Text Ranged +8 Health Text
  • Bronze Medal Text +1 Fire Text Ranged +8 Health Text +1 Defense Text
  • Silver Medal Text +1 Physical Text Ranged +8 Health Text +1 Resistance Text
  • Gold Medal Text +1 Fire Text Ranged +16 Health Text +1 Defense Text

Juggernaut
  

Unit: Juggernaut No Medal TextOrigin: Dreadnought Requires: Industrial Plant
Tier IV: 110 Health Text 28 Movement Text 15 Defense Text 11 Resistance Text Cost: 320 Gold Text 80 Mana Text Upkeep: 32 Gold Text/Turns Text
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:

Shrine of Smiting
  

Unit: Shrine of Smiting No Medal TextOrigin: Theocrat Requires: Holy of Holies
Tier IV: 100 Health Text 28 Floating Text 14 Defense Text 12 Resistance Text Cost: 260 Gold Text 60 Mana Text Upkeep: 32 Gold Text/Turns Text
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:
  • Iron Medal Text +1 Physical Text Melee +8 Health Text
  • Bronze Medal Text +1 Spirit Text Ranged +8 Health Text +1 Defense Text
  • Silver Medal Text +1 Physical Text Melee +8 Health Text +1 Resistance Text
  • Gold Medal Text +1 Spirit Text Ranged +16 Health Text +1 Defense Text, Static Shield Static Shield

Spy Drone
  

Unit: Spy Drone No Medal TextOrigin: Dreadnought
Tier I: 25 Health Text 28 Floating Text 8 Defense Text 8 Resistance Text Cost: 40 Gold Text Upkeep: 4 Gold Text/Turns Text
Can be summoned with Summon Spy Drone Summon Spy Drone(30 Casting Points Text 9 Mana Text/Turns Text)
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:
  • Iron Medal Text +1 Physical Text Melee +2 Health Text
  • Bronze Medal Text +1 Physical Text Melee +2 Health Text +1 Defense Text
  • Silver Medal Text +1 Physical Text Melee +2 Health Text +1 Resistance Text
  • Gold Medal Text +1 Physical Text Melee +4 Health Text +1 Defense Text, True Sight True Sight

'Our armies camped around the city of Orkastrol. Orc razorbows stood ready behind high stone walls. Arrows slew anything close to the city gates, but I came prepared. We rolled the trebuchets into position and gathered a supply of boulders from the surrounding countryside. After the first volley, though their walls still stood, the enemy's cavalry desperately charged our war machines. Trebuchets are weak in melee, but my pikeman formed a wall to protect them as they launched volley after volley. When the walls were down, the trebuchets launched boulders into the the enemy troops.'

--Killing the Enemy, by Lady Loki
Trebuchet
  

Unit: Trebuchet No Medal TextOrigin: Machines Requires: Siege Workshop
Tier III: 60 Health Text 28 Movement Text 10 Defense Text 10 Resistance Text Cost: 150 Gold Text Upkeep: 16 Gold Text/Turns Text
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:

LaborersEdit

'Surrounded by the troops I managed to regroup, I directed the builder foreman and his slaves to build fortifications for the remainder of my forces. Builders are not fighters. He directed a massive crane on a wheeled platform, outfitted with gears, pulleys and winches. In a matter of days, with the correct balance of bribes and death threats, they constructed a watch tower and beside it a fortress at the mouth of a steep ravine. As the enemy furrowed into the narrow channel we spied them coming. From our walls, we rained arrows on the attackers. Most commanders despise the slow pace of a builder, but my army was fortunate to have them. And unlike those other warlords, I lived to tell the tale.'

--Killing the Enemy, by Lady Loki
Builder
  
Unit: Builder No Medal TextOrigin: Machines Requires: Builders' Hall
Tier I: 60 Health Text 28 Movement Text 8 Defense Text 8 Resistance Text Cost: 60 Gold Text Upkeep: 4 Gold Text/Turns Text
Abilities:
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
  • The most in-elegant way to force a line break.
Experience Ranks:
  • Iron Medal Text +2 Health Text
  • Bronze Medal Text +2 Health Text +1 Defense Text
  • Silver Medal Text +2 Health Text +1 Resistance Text
  • Gold Medal Text +4 Health Text +1 Defense Text
  • Builders gain Repair Machine Repair Machine when build in a city with a Masters' Guild.

'Sellodunk City was overcrowded and my wife nagged me about getting a nicer place, but life in the city was all I knew. Then one day, Lord Vellaxis sent out a call for volunteers to join a settler caravan, and with the wife's nagging, I was eager to try something new. On our way, we formed a trail that would form a trade route to Sellodunk. We had to move quickly, because none of us settlers knew how to defend ourselves from anything more than a lone wolf. When we found a clear plateau we founded Vellaxis Town, and that's how we settled here.'

--Family History, by Paulo Deen.