History Characters / AgeOfEmpiresII

26th May '16 6:55:23 PM DarkPaladinX
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* ConfusionFu: The Chinese has a very versatile tech tree and can easily adopt to any situations. Knight and Cavalry Archer rushes are even viable tactics despite lacking important lategame techs for their respective units (The Chinese lack Parthian Tactics and Paladin upgrades).
23rd May '16 12:09:28 AM BadassAgamemnon
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* BadassNormal[=/=]MadeOfIron: Villagers benefit from blacksmith technologies.

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* BadassNormal[=/=]MadeOfIron: BadassBystander[=/=]MadeOfIron: Villagers benefit from blacksmith technologies.
22nd May '16 11:57:50 PM BadassAgamemnon
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* BadassNormal: Their unique technology, Supremacy, [[TookALevelInBadass elevates villagers' combat stats]] up to the level of most frontline units.

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* BadassNormal: BadassBystander: Their unique technology, Supremacy, [[TookALevelInBadass elevates villagers' combat stats]] up to the level of most frontline units.
22nd May '16 11:48:47 PM BadassAgamemnon
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* AdaptationalBadass: Both playable versions of Joan are capable of combat, even though their historical counterpart was reputed to have never killed a person.


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* HistoricalBadassUpgrade: Both playable versions of Joan are capable of combat, even though their historical counterpart was reputed to have never killed a person.
11th May '16 2:49:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* HolyRomanEmpire: The political state that the Teutons are based off of.
* TheKnightsHospitallers: Used to represent the Hospitallers during any scenario involving the Hospitallers. Most historical Hospitallers were French, however.
* TheKnightsTemplar: Also used to represent the Knights Templar who were also mostly French.
9th May '16 8:10:35 PM DarkPaladinX
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* JackOfAllTrades: The Cataphract is not only good against infantry and resists its supposed-to be counters, but also excels at doing things the generic cavalry usually do; raiding and decimating archers and siege.

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* JackOfAllTrades: The Cataphract is not only good against infantry and resists its supposed-to be counters, but also excels at doing things the generic cavalry usually do; raiding and decimating archers and siege.siege (although the Cataphracts have lower than normal pierce armor when compared to a Paladin due to their anti-cavalry resistance to offset their anti-infantry strength).
8th May '16 11:47:47 AM Discar
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* OutsideContextVillain: To the Aztecs. The Tlaxcalans have a few skirmishes with him but soon become allies.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: To the Aztecs. The Tlaxcalans have a few skirmishes with him but soon become allies.
8th May '16 11:47:34 AM Discar
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* OutsideContextVillain: Christians and Muslims have been fighting each other in Spain for centuries. The Almoravids then arrive with the intention to shallow everything for themselves.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: Christians and Muslims have been fighting each other in Spain for centuries. The Almoravids then arrive with the intention to shallow swallow everything for themselves.
30th Apr '16 2:43:17 PM MayIncon
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* TheThemeParkVersion: The Conquistador unit is a summation of what advantages the conquistadors had over the American natives (i.e. gunpowder, horses and steel armor), rather than what an actual conquistador would have used in battle all at once. The rifles of the time were too big and slow to charge and fire to use them from horseback, though heavily armored cavalry made use of short-ranged pistols around that time.

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* TheThemeParkVersion: The Conquistador unit is a summation of what advantages the conquistadors had over the American natives (i.e. gunpowder, horses and steel armor), armor; which incidentally are the strengths of the Spanish tech tree), rather than what an actual conquistador would have used in battle all at once. The rifles of the time were too big and slow to charge and fire to use them from horseback, though heavily armored cavalry made use of short-ranged pistols around that time.
6th Apr '16 8:14:42 PM DarkPaladinX
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* A common newcomer tactic (especially in Black Forest) for newer players is to create a large army of Longbowmen and wither down any enemies that come near you. More experienced players would counter this by building Siege Rams garrisoned with infantry units and slowly move towards the player's base, ignoring the Longbowmen, and destroying any buildings and walls the players as built. This apparently leads the player to actually diversify their army composition and not just create Longbowmen.

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* ** A common newcomer tactic (especially in Black Forest) for newer players is to create a large army of Longbowmen and wither down any enemies that come near you. More experienced players would counter this by building Siege Rams garrisoned with infantry units and slowly move towards the player's base, ignoring the Longbowmen, and destroying any buildings and walls the players as built. This apparently leads the player to actually diversify their army composition and not just create Longbowmen.
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