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The ''Barbarian traditions'' encompass the fighting styles of the peoples of Hispania, Gaul, Britannia, and Germania, among others. They mostly relied on large formations of lightly armored infantry equipped with spears or swords, supported by nimble chariot formations or light cavalry, and made extensive use of ambush tactics, especially in forests.
 
The ''Barbarian traditions'' encompass the fighting styles of the peoples of Hispania, Gaul, Britannia, and Germania, among others. They mostly relied on large formations of lightly armored infantry equipped with spears or swords, supported by nimble chariot formations or light cavalry, and made extensive use of ambush tactics, especially in forests.
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== Paths ==
 
== Paths ==
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|The use of chariots in warfare stems back many thousands of years, and holds strong affiliations with nobility and class; chariot inhumations speak to the honor that can be won through battle. Chariots themselves were commonly used as mobile platforms with two to three occupants, from which javelins or other thrown weapons were used to break the ranks of their opponents.
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Revision as of 20:07, 26 April 2019

The Barbarian traditions encompass the fighting styles of the peoples of Hispania, Gaul, Britannia, and Germania, among others. They mostly relied on large formations of lightly armored infantry equipped with spears or swords, supported by nimble chariot formations or light cavalry, and made extensive use of ambush tactics, especially in forests.

Availability and focus

Availability

The Barbarian traditions are available for countries with the following culture groups:

  • Baltic
  • Celt-Iberian
  • Gallic
  • Gaelic
  • Germanic
  • Iberian
  • Pre-Indo-European
  • Pretani
Focuses

The traditions focus on strengthening the below unit types and possibly unlock some new abilities:

  • Enables Unit chariots.png Chariots
  • Strong Unit light infantry.png Light infantry
  • Good Unit archers.png Archers
  • Possible ability unlock: Raid City
  • Possible ability unlock: Raise Levies

Paths

Starting bonus
Chariot Culture icon
Chariot Culture

  • Allows Unit chariots.png Chariot units
The use of chariots in warfare stems back many thousands of years, and holds strong affiliations with nobility and class; chariot inhumations speak to the honor that can be won through battle. Chariots themselves were commonly used as mobile platforms with two to three occupants, from which javelins or other thrown weapons were used to break the ranks of their opponents.
Britannic path
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  • Scythed Chariots
  • +15% Chariots Offensive
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  • Coming of Age
  • +15% Light Infantry Defensive

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  • Living off the Land
  • −15% Land Unit Attrition

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  • Word of Mouth
  • +25% Manpower Recovery
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  • Chariot Mastery
  • +15% Chariots Morale
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  • Selective Breeding
  • −25% Light Cavalry Cost
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  • Take up Arms
  • +15% Archers Morale
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  • Bonus: Trained Cavalry
  • +15% Chariots Discipline
  • +15% Light Cavalry Discipline
Germanic path
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  • Strike and Withdraw
  • +15% Light Infantry Morale
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  • Natural Resources
  • −25% Chariots Cost
  • −25% Light Cavalry Cost
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  • Ambush
  • +25% Combat Bonus for Light Infantry in Forest

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  • The Glory of the Hunt
  • Allows ‘Raiding’
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  • Shield Wall
  • +15% Heavy Infantry Defensive
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  • The Young Must Serve
  • −25% Light Infantry Cost
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  • Hail of Stones
  • +15% Archers Defensive
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  • Bonus: Adaptability
  • +15% Light Infantry Discipline

Gallic path
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  • Strike From Afar
  • +15% Archers Offensive
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  • Confederations
  • +15% Global Manpower

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  • The Plains Fight With us
  • +15% Light Infantry Combat Bonus
  • +15% Chariots Combat Bonus on Plains
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  • In Defence of our Home
  • Allows ‘Levies’
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  • A People on the Move
  • +25% Quicker Unit Recruitment
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  • Strong Arm
  • +15% Heavy Infantry Offensive
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  • Scale the Walls!
  • +15% Siege Ability
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  • Bonus: Blow the Trumpet, in the New Moon!
  • +10% Land Morale

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