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Class 兵種 Cavalry Recruitable regions 招募地區 Europe
Men 兵員數 60 Required technology 招募需求科技
Guns 火炮數 Turns to build 招募回合 1
Firepower 火力 Unit limit 數量限制 0
Range 射程 0 Abilities 兵種能力
  • Can hide in woodland
Technology abilities 科技增強能力
  • Diamond formation
  • Wedge formation
Accuracy 準確度 0
Reloading Skill 裝彈技巧 0
Ammo. 彈藥數 0
Melee Attack 格鬥 9
Charge Bonus 衝鋒 11
Defence 防禦 5
Morale 士氣 5
Recruit. Cost 招募費用 900
Upkeep Cost 維持費用 270
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Yeomanry These light horsemen are often little more than mounted militia, but with a greater social standing. Cavalry always see themselves as better than footsoldiers, but in this case, it may be true. It is, after all, not cheap to purchase and maintain a decent horse, and this means that men with financial standing make up the majority of recruits.

They are, however, not as disciplined as regular cavalry, simply because they do not have the time or available resources to learn the craft of war as thoroughly. They are, however, extremely useful in policing the rougher, lower orders and keeping the existing social structure intact.

Historically, there are many examples of yeomanry or gendarmes turning on their own citizenry with surprising and horrific violence. They were widely used against the anti-factory Luddites in northern England and, most infamously, were responsible for the Peterloo Massacre in 1819, when the Manchester and Salford Yeomanry charged a mostly peaceful, but excited crowd, and cut down many unarmed protestors.

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1 Governor's Residence government_minor 1 0
As a province grows, the central government appoints its own governor with greater powers, rather than relying on the services of a member of the local, minor gentry.
2 Military Governor's Encampment government_minor 2 0
Moving an army into an encampment well away from civilians is a useful thing to do. Soldiers no longer have easy access to the “demon drink” for a start!
3 Governor's Mansion government_minor 2 0
In an absolute monarchy, the monarch’s person is the wellspring of all authority. Lackeys – no matter how mighty – serve at the monarch’s pleasure and need take no account of the locals!
4 Military Governor's Barracks government_minor 3 0
Barracks provide more than simple housing blocks for regular military forces. The buildings also serve to remind the local people who is in charge.
5 Governor's Palace government_minor 3 0
This magnificent palace is a pale reflection of the monarch’s glory, power and wealth, not those of the governor’s person.
6 Royal Palace government_minor 4 0
The residence of a sovereign should inspire awe and dread in equal measure, overwhelming lesser men by its magnificence.
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