Overview Edit

Bonuses Edit

  • Catholicism. They already start the game with a religion chosen, Catholic. Also, they build a Basillica instead of a Temple.
  • Cosa Nostra. the Italians have a much stronger form of Espionage, the Mafia.
  • God protects us all. With their Statues, they can protect an area from being attacked by Natural Disasters. Also, enemies cannot build close to them and they even reveal spies.
  • Architects and Merchants. Italians have two types of villagers. The merchant collects resources but can't build and the Architect can construct Architectural Wagons that build specialized buildings.

Weaknesses Edit

  • Weak army. The strength of the Italian lies on their subterfuge and underhanded tactics, having a subpar regular army, which is even worse on close combat.

Unique units and buildings Edit

The Italians favor long range warfare and have many civilian unique unit and buildings.

  • Merchant: One of their unique villagers. It collects resources.
  • Architect: Their constructing villager. It can't collect resources.
  • Alpino: A skirmisher with greater range but less hp and damage.
  • Bersagliere: A musketeer with greater range, but less hp and damage.
  • Mafioso: Unique spy, trickles coin at a 0.4/s rate.
  • Basilica: Powerful version of the temple. Allows you to get coin in exchange of faith and vice-versa.
  • Marble Statue: A building that prevents enemies from building close to it, reveals spies and protects you from god powers.
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