Civ overview Edit
- Powerful walls. Your walls automatically upgrade on age-up.
- Emergency defense. The explorer can instantly build 4 outpost around the TC. Once very 20 minutes.
- Tough structures. Maltese buildings have stronger defenses.
- Old-Fashioned Army. Malta follows a different logic with their unit roster: Age of Empires II's logic! Malta's units fulfill roles corresponding to AoE2's units.
- Lack of potential. The Maltese are outdated and focus
only on defending themselves, meaning that they don’t really have a way to do anything else effectively.
Unique units and buildings Edit
The Maltese have a very unique roster as it is mostly medieval.
- Longbowman: Archer line unit. Good against Heavy Infantry.
- Cranequier: Ranged unit that counters Light Infantry.
- Footman: Fast melee fighter, good against special units and siege units. Great line of sight.
- Ranseur: A lancer, good against cavalry only.
- Warhammer: All-around melee fighter. Tough and good against buildings.
- Hoop Thrower: A grenadier-like unit.
- Knight: All-around melee Cavalry.
- Longswordsman: Moves slow, but deals great damage.
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