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Barracks


Barracks
Household Description

Various types of soldiers living in barracks, led and trained by commanders, form the backbone of the Egyptian army.

Soldiers get basic weapons from weapons workshops. All soldiers except charioteers can fight when armed with their basic weapon. Charioteers need chariots. Once they're properly equipped with basic weapons, soldiers can train at a training ground. There are no degrees of training - soldiers are either trained, or they are not. City guards do not train.

In addition to their basic weapons, all troops can wield a sword called a khopesh for close fighting. They can also wear armor. A soldier with a khopesh is more deadly than one carrying only his basic weapon, and one wearing armor is less likely to die in combat. Egypt's enemies have been known to flee at the mere sight of a trained, armored Egyptian soldier swinging a khopesh and riding in a chariot.

Family Members


Spearman and Archer
Spearman and Archer


Charioteer
Charioteer


City Guard
City Guard


Works at:
Military engagements
Training grounds
Works at:
Military engagements
Training grounds
Works at:
Guard posts

Also visits:
Bakery
Common wares shops
Weapons workshop
Armor workshop
Khopesh smithy
Also visits:
Bakery
Common wares shops
Chariot factory
Armor workshop
Khopesh smithy
Also visits:
Bakery
Common wares shops
Weapons workshop
Armor workshop
Khopesh smithy

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