Egyptian Buildings


Altar
Altar

Cost: 150 Wood

Information: The Egyptian Pharaoh is a divine being, and to celebrate that fact, Pharaohs regularly constructed buildings that hail their close relationship with the gods. The Altar, the Shrine, and the Temple are progressively more grand and influential. Each has a direct impact on the morale of the Egyptian people.

Archery Range
Archery Range

Cost: 200 Wood

Information: Run by wizened and battle-scarred teachers, raw recruits enter the Archery Range and are turned into Archers. The truly elite are trained as Chariot Archers.

Barracks
Barracks

Cost: 325 Wood

Information: The backbone of the Egyptian army is trained within these walls. Recruits may be trained as Sword Infantry, Spear Infantry, or Ladder Teams. Those with an especially close relationship with the gods will be trained as Healers.

Dock
Dock

Cost: 400 Wood

Information: Dank, dark, and populated with unsavory workers, the Dock is the Egyptians' gateway to the Nile and beyond. All ships are constructed here, including Galleys, Biremes, and Triremes.

Gate
Gate

Information: Gates can be constructed in wall sections in order to allow your units to pass through a section of wall.

Glory Statue
Glory Statue

Cost: 175 Wood175 Gold

Information: Seeking to forever etch themselves in the annals of history, Pharaohs constantly constructed statues honoring themselves. By building these marvelous statues, Glory is earned that can be spent leveling up your Hero.

Government Centre
Government Centre

Information: If your territory is heavily protected, the Government Center will provide an economic boon to your war efforts. It has all of the benefits of the Town Center, however it collects increased taxes from all workers.

Outpost
Outpost

Information: Every battlefield is populated with key, strategic locations that must be secured if you are to achieve victory. Controlling those Outposts is key to leading your people to victory, especially since each one under your control gives you a recruitment bonus of one free military unit.

Stable
Stable

Cost: 275 Wood

Information: Those who are the master of both the camel and the spear are trained as Cavalry within the Stable. Those who have proven themselves in battle are honored by the Pharaoh, who places them in charge of the War Elephants.

Tent Settlement
Tent Settlement

Cost: 250 Wood

Information: The most humble of Egyptian settlements, the Tent Settlement acts as a drop off point for resources. Once adequate resources have been collected, it can be upgraded to a Town Center.

Tower
Tower

Cost: 200 Wood200 Gold

Information: An essential defensive structure, Towers are your first line of defense against invading forces.

Town Centre
Town Centre

Information: The next stage in growing your empire, the Town Center trains Slaves, is a drop off point for resources, and also collects taxes from nearby workers. It can upgraded to Government Center or Town Defense.

Town Defense
Town Defense

Information: For operations near enemy lines, the Town Defense is a must. It's the economic center of your territory--it's the drop off point for resources, recruits Slaves, and collects taxes. However, should an enemy force attack, soldiers will automatically stream out and offer a stout defense.

Wall
Wall

Cost: 30 Wood

Information: Walls are fortified structures that protect your territory. Units can be placed on walls for defensive purposes. Walls are not unassailable though; enemy players can utilize ladder teams and infantry units to scale any wall complex.