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Greek traditions

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See also: Military traditions

The Greek traditions cover the tactics of the peoples of the hellenistic empires and the eastern Mediterranean Sea.

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Availability and focusEdit

Availability

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

Focuses

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

  •   Phalanx
  • Unit focus:
    • Strong   Heavy infantry
    • Good   Cavalry
  • Possible ability unlocks:
    •   Cavalry Skirmish
    • Military Colonies
    • Slave Raid
  • Possible unit unlocks:
    •   Octere
    •   Mega-Polyreme

PathsEdit

Starting bonus
 
Modernized Phalanx

  • Allows   Phalanx
Whilst partially responsible for the success of Alexander against the hosts of Darius the Third, the phalanx originally evolved out of the need for a highly defensive, armored formation, used by Greek city-states making war upon one another.
Seleucid path
  • Agema
  •   -15% Heavy cavalry maintenance cost
  • Arms for Hire
  •   +5% Morale of armies
  •   -15% Recruit mercenary cost
  • Phoenician Sailors
  • +5% Ship damage done
  • Companion Cavalry
  •   Enable "Cavalry Skirmish" tactic
  • Kataphraktoi
  •   +10% Heavy cavalry offense
  • Thyreophoroi
  •   +10% Light infantry morale
  • The Hipparchos
  •   +10% Heavy cavalry morale
  •   +10% Light cavalry morale
  • Bonus: Deep Coffers
  •   −15% Mercenary army maintenance
  •   +10% Heavy cavalry discipline
Greek states path
  • The Sarissa
  •   +10% Heavy infantry morale
  • Veterans of the Great Campaign
  • +10 Cohort starting experience
  • −0.50% Experience decay
  • Tarentine Advance
  •   +10% Light cavalry defense
  • Military Colonies
  •   Enable "Military colonies" ability
  • The Nobility Ride
  •   +10% Light cavalry offense
  • City State Fortifications
  •   +15% Fort defense
  • Centuries of War
  •   −10% Heavy infantry maintenance cost
  • Bonus: The Silver Shields
  •   +10% Heavy infantry offense
Antigonid path
  • Proud Shipwrights
  •   Allows "Octere" units
  •   −15% Ship building cost
  • Mine's Bigger Than Yours
  •   Allows "Mega-Polyreme" units
  • Peltasts
  •   +10% Light infantry offense
  • The Victor's Spoils
  •   Enable "Slave Raid" ability
  •   +10% Enslavement efficiency
  • Siegecraft
  •   +10% Siege ability
  • Specialist Infantry
  •   +10% Archers discipline
  • Mastery of the Mountains
  •   +15% Archers hills combat bonus
  •   +15% Heavy infantry hills combat bonus
  •   +15% Light infantry hills combat bonus
  • Bonus: Combined Arms
  •   +10% Light infantry offense
  •   +10% Light infantry defense

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