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Which unique units or unique infrastructures would you like to see?

Discussion in 'Civ - Ideas & Suggestions' started by TahamiTsunami, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. Havendish

    Havendish Chieftain

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    PERSIA
    Aswaran (Sawaran) for Persia instead of calling them Cataphract (that's for Byzantium). Heavy Cavalry less powerful than Cataphract on impact(attack) although still very potent, but also carrying bows for ranged attack (before engaging in melee)

    ASSYRIA
    famous for their Chariots, so perhaps a boost or UU there

    POLAND
    Ulan Cavalry. Brought in by their second great leader leader: Jozef Pilsudski who is largely responsible for Poland's rebirth after WWI. Excellent modern cavalry, carried rifles, lances and sabers (and even field cannons)

    RUSSIA
    T34 tank - superior to generic tanks
    MIG fighter/bomber (several models to choose from)
    KATYUSHA moblie rocket launcher
    STRELTSY - musketmen replacement, slightly more damage than musketman when firing-modified musket, also armed with Berdiches-heavy axes on long shafts which held the musket in line when firing and also a very useful weapon when it switched to melee fighting (would combine gunpowder and melee ability)
     
  2. Boris Gudenuf

    Boris Gudenuf Warlord

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    But they adopted the Heavy Chariot from the Mitanni, so perhaps what they were really famous for: Siege Engines/Siege Towers when everyone else is still messing about with simple Battering Rams?

     
  3. Phrozen

    Phrozen Chieftain

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    USA:
    Pioneer. Settler able to defend and/or bonus movement. Use conestoga wagon as symbol.
    Airborne. Paradrop ability and bonus to fortification. Use 101 Airborne screaming eagle patch as symbol.

    England:
    Longbowman. Replaces crossbow. Longer to produce but bonus damage to cavalry. Use bodkin arrowhead as symbol.
    Billmen. Replaces pikeman. Cheaper to produce. Gets combat bonus against damaged units. Use bill hook as symbol.
    SAS. Unique spec ops. Comes earlier. Use SAS badge as symbol.

    Spain:
    Jinete. Medieval light cavalry with a 1 hex ranged attack. Chance to retreat when attacked. Use dart as symbol.
     
  4. conorbebe

    conorbebe Chieftain

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    Siege Engine: Replaces the Battering Ram. Stacked Melee units do full damage to city walls. Stacked Ranged units have +1 Range and ignore Walls.
     

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