Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Stealth Bomber and Giant Death Robot. Nuclear Fission unlocks Giant Death Robot and Stealth unlocks Stealth Bomber. The other units mentioned are unlocked by the second-to-last level of the Tech tree (costing 7700 science).
Janissary and Sipahi. Janissary replaces Musketman and Sipahi replaces Lancer. Immortal is Persian, Camel Archer is Arabian, Keshik is Mongolian and Naresuan's Elephant is Siam.
Great War infantry. Great War infantry is an upgrade from Rifleman unlocked by Replaceable Parts in the modern era. Ballistics unlocks Machine Gun, Combined Arms unlocks Anti-Tank Gun, and Plastics unlocks Infantry. In the basic game there is no Great War Infantry, and Replaceable Parts unlocks infantry instead.
Aluminum. Aluminum is what you need to build Modern Armor, unlike the tank which only needs oil. Aluminum is quite an essential resource later in the game, when most important units require it.
Gatling gun. Gatling gun is an industrial era upgrade from crossbowman which is a Medieval unit. Rifleman replaces musketman, artillery replace cannon while longbowman is an English unique unit.
Korea. Turtle Ship is a Korean special naval unit, replacing the caravel. It is tougher, but slower and cannot enter ocean tiles.
Catapult. Ballista is a Roman unique unit replacing the catapult, while the cannon is a renaissance unit and crossbowman is not a siege weapon at all. Catapult is unlocked by Mathematics in the classical era.
United Nations. United Nations is unlocked by Globalization, and it may be your key to victory.
Hubble Space Telescope and CN Tower is unlocked by the second-to-last technologies (Satellites and Telecommunications). All these belong to the information era (last era), while Great Firewall belongs to the atomic era and is unlocked by Computers.
National Epic. National Epic gives you 25% great person generation in the city it is built.
Heroic Epic requires Barracks, Hermitage requires Opera House and Grand Temple requires Temple.
Cristo Redentor. Cristo Redentor is located in Rio de Janeiro, built in 1931.
Neuschwanstein gives you many smaller bonuses, and is located near Füssen in Germany. Statue of Liberty gives you +1 production from specialists.
Pentagon reduces the cost of upgrading military units by 33%.
Paris. The Louvre, Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame are located in Paris.
Statue of Liberty and United Nations are located in New York.
The Great Library and The Great Lighthouse were located in Alexandria.
Sistine Chapel is the only one located in Rome, as well as Circus Maximus which is a National Wonder.
The Oracle and Sydney Opera House. The Oracle gives you a free social policy, as well as Sydney Opera House which also gives you 50% culture in the city it was built. No other Wonders give social policies.
The Porcelain Tower. The Porcelain Tower of Nanjing was constructed in the 15th century. The Forbidden Palace is located in Bejing, and Terracotta Army in the Shaanxi province. Himeji Castle is in Japan.
The Porcelain Tower gives you a great scientist and increase the science earned by research agreements by 50%.
Oxford University. Oxford University and The Great Library give you a free technology, but The Great Library is not a National Wonder. National College gives 50% technology in the city it was built and National Intelligence Agency gives you an additional spy.
Stonehenge. The Pyramids and Stonehenge are the earliest wonders here, but Stonehenge is the only one producing faith. The Hanging Gardens produce food and The Great Lighthouse boosts naval units. Grand Temple also produce a lot of faith, but its a National Wonder, and you have to be skilled managing to build it earlier than Stonehenge.