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The Power of the Horde Edit
- Receive free Ranged Cavalry whenever you complete a new Stable or Auto Plant: 1 at start, 2 with Military 2 (Mercenaries) researched, 3 with Military 3 (Standing Army) researched. Free units are not given if this would exceed the Population Limit.
- Mounted units are created 10% cheaper and 20% faster.
- Receive +1 Food for each 1% of world landmass controlled, times half the number of nations. E.g., 25% of the world landmass with 4 nations would result in an extra +50 Food.
- Attrition to your units is reduced by 50%.
- Receive Smelter technologies Forage, Supply and Logistics for free.
Notes: You will get a Ranged Cavalry unit from a completed Stable even before having developed Military 2 (Mercenaries), which is usually required to train the first Ranged Cavalry unit. The cost discount for mounted units only affect the base cost (not the ramping cost). However, that discount also applies to Tanks and Armored Cars, so it applies to all Stables/Auto Plant units, not just mounted units.
Unique Units Edit
The Horde and Golden Horde have an attack recharge of 25 frames instead of 30 for the standard units they replace, thus dealing more damage over time. Their projectiles are much slower, however (100 instead of 350). The Mongol unique Ranged Cavalry have a 60% damage bonus against Light Infantry, and a 45% damage bonus against Gunpowder Infantry.
Mongol Unique Ranged Cavalry, Classical Age - fast, ranged cavalry who can fire even while moving; they are particularly effective against enemy Light Infantry.
Mongol Unique Ranged Cavalry, Medieval Age - fast, ranged cavalry who can fire even while moving; they are particularly effective against enemy Light Infantry.
Mongol Unique Ranged Cavalry, Gunpowder Age - fast, gunpowder-armed cavalry who can fire even while moving; effective against enemy Light Infantry and Musket Infantry.
Mongol Unique Ranged Cavalry, Enlightenment Age - fast, gunpowder-armed cavalry who can fire even while moving; effective against enemy Musket Infantry.
- Most of the Mongol cities are in fact Persian cities, taken or detroyed in the Mongol wake.