- Manor Houses. Instead of normal houses they’ve got Manor Houses, that spawn villagers when created. You can also set them to receive shipments.
- Free Military. In addition, each barrack will also spawn a Redcoat when built.
- Largest Navy. The British have a naturally larger build limit for ships than other civs.
- Industrial Revolution. The British receive a factory an age earlier.
- Expansion. The British needs to expand all the time to keep themselves in the game, and this might be a problem in small maps.
Unique units and buildings Edit
The British have several unique units, most of which are really strong. In Wars of Liberty, they no longer train longbowmen.
- Highlander: A powerful heavy infantry unit with great melee attack against Cavalry and a good siege damage.
- Redcoat: A slow-moving musketeer unit that gets stronger when massed.
- Green Jacket: A Light Infantry unit with a good range.
- Scots Grey: Cavalry unit that excels at taking down artillery.
- Rocket: An artillery unit that gets created at the Factory.
- Manor House: Unique house that comes with a settler. Can be set to receive shipments.
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