Warriors\' YurtsA warrior does not need more than a weapon and a roof over his head.
Far from being simple, ignorant barbarians, the various steppe tribes had a great cultural wealth. Living in an area stretching from the Caspian Sea to the northern shores of the Black Sea; the Greeks called them \'Scythians\' and the Persians \'Saka\', while a western group became known as the Sarmatians. Wearing trousers marked them as barbarians as far as the Greeks were concerned, before their tall, pointed caps and swarthy appearances were even considered. Looks apart, they were, however, exceptional horsemen, highly-skilled with composite-recurve bows and deadly hand-to-hand fighters. Grave goods suggest that Scythian women were as warlike as their men, and probably fought alongside them in battle. This may well be the origin of the Greek myths of Amazon warrior women.
Building NameWarriors\' Yurts
Building ChainMilitary Recruitment
Flexibility of the Horde
EffectsArmy recruitment capacity: +1 (force_to_force_own)
Provides Garrison Army
No Garrison Units
|Recruitable Units Lv. 0|
|No.||Unit||Sol.||Costom Cost||Recru. Cost||Unkeep Cost||Ship HP.||Ship Spd.||Msl. Dmg.||Rng.||Sht. /min||Amo.||Mle. Atk.||Mle. Dmg.||Chg.||Mle. Def.||Arm.||HP.||Mor.|
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (att_nom_steppe_bows)
Best deployed at range, they will suffer heavy losses if kept in melee.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (att_nom_steppe_mounted_brigands)
Steppe Mounted Brigands
These mounted raiders are happy to serve any master with a big enough purse.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (att_nom_steppe_tribespeople)
Hard lives lived on the steppes makes for hard, tribal warriors.