We have to admit it. Many of us have learned more with Age of Empires Campaigns than with the weekly hours of history taught at school and at the institute. Although it must be said that some of the facts learned in the books did not coincide with the saga in the hands of Microsoft game studios, or we remember it a little differently after a few years …
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The villagers of the time were made from meat, fish and berries.
Civilizations swam in gold, what was really rare was stone.
In the event of an attack, simply hide a villager to rebuild the entire empire.
10 elephants fit perfectly in a boat, 11 archers do not.
A simple soldier with a sword is able to destroy a castle.
The Earth was flat and square.
To put out a burning building, you need at least one villager with a hammer.
The villagers were the most committed to the cause, if the enemy attacked them, they continued their work.
A sheep is the best possible scout for discovering new areas and revealing the enemy’s position.
No matter how fat he is, the king is always the one who runs the most. Even more than a horse.
An army of priests is more powerful than a stable.
The wolf is the meanest animal on earth. It will haunt you even if you change the era.
Doors are stronger than walls when building walls.
In the Middle Ages, there were already luxury cars.
If you couldn’t build a catapult while still having resources, all you had to do was sacrifice a villager.
Forests were more difficult to penetrate than walls.
It is impossible to build farms symmetrically around a colony.
Siege weapons can open doors.
Faith moves mountains. And he also converts the catapults to Christianity. Wololo!