- Two by Two. The Chilean train most things by pairs, be them infantry, cavalry or even villagers, while the cost reduction in this is negligible, it means you’ll get armies ready in a lesser time than other civs.
- Connectivity. The Chileans are able to bring Rotos from everywhere, meaning they can be delivered at Trading posts, for an even faster villager production.
- Slow build up. As said, the cost reduction for training your
units in pairs is almost null, so you may have troubles getting your units in a hurry.
- Weak Villagers. The Rotos, while technically two villagers together, have way less hit points than the sum of their parts, making them excellent targets for raiding, given that they are significantly costly.
- Whipping. Although it increases gather rates, it greatly reduces the defensive abilities of the slaves.
Unique units and buildings Edit
The Chilean are one of the best civilizations at countering cavalry, while they also have two buildings to take care of their crate system
- Rotos: Unique villagers Works like two.
- Batallon Civico: A powerful Heavy infantry unit that can beat pretty much every unit when in Chupilca del Diablo mode. Weak against Heavy infantry.
- Frontier Cavalry: Ranged cavalry with a bonus against Cavalry and Natives.
- Salitrera: Ultimate buildings. Delivers crates for free.
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