Age of empires 2 britons

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Myles Osborne (Author of Africans and Britons in the Age of Empires, 1660-1980)

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Britons Overview AoE2

The Wonder of the Britons, the Aachen Cathedral The Western European architecture set the Britons This article is about the civilization in Age of Empires II.
Myles Osborne


The Britons are an archer civilization with a simple-yet-effective unique unit , the Longbowman , and bonuses aiding their offensive and defensive capabilities. These make them an easy-to-use, borderline jack-of-all-trades civilization. Their archers gain bonus range in the Castle and Imperial Age and are trained faster. In addition their unique technology increases their range even more and grants towers additional attack. Their unique unit, the Longbowman , has the longest range of any archer.

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They focus on foot archers. The Britons' unique unit is the Longbowman , from their historical use of the English Longbow in their campaigns. Longbowmen are archers with higher range than every other archer in the game, even outranging Castles and towers in later stages of the game. Their Castle Age unique technology Yeomen refers to the fact that the Britons heavily relied on archery, thus giving their foot archers even more range, as well as increasing their tower damage. The Britons were known for their small villages scattered across England, as well as their tactics of encroaching on enemies with strongholds, and thus get cheaper Town Centers. Known as skilled shepherds and heavily involved in the wool trade, British shepherds work faster. For a time in England, all sports but archery were banned on Sundays, thus the Britons also have faster Archery Ranges.

2 thoughts on “Myles Osborne (Author of Africans and Britons in the Age of Empires, 1660-1980)

  1. Britain started the Industrial Revolution, a momentous movement which paved the way for the world's modernization.

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