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Domrey
Description
Khmer unique Medieval era siege unit. Can move and shoot in the same turn and exerts zone of control.
Historical Context
If there aren't enough horses for your cavalry, why not use the mighty elephant to crush and terrify your enemies?

The Khmer joined a long tradition of employing war elephants in their military campaigns. Research suggests that the Indians first used elephants in their military campaigns around 1,100 BCE, tuning what was at that point a farming helper animal and turning its 12,000 pounds of might into sound and terror for their opponents on the battlefield (at least until the invention of gunpowder evened the odds).

The mount of kings, military leaders would ride elephants into the battlefield, using their lines to stampede through enemy forces.

Khmer riders would use the precision of double crossbows to supplement the raw power of their elephants. However this domrey variant adds a bit more sheer force with a mounted ballista to impale the bold soldier not wise enough to run away.
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ICON_UNIT_KHMER_DOMREY

Traits

Unique To
Upgrades To
Promotion Class: Siege

Requirements

Technology
Production Cost
Base Cost: 220 Production
Purchase Cost
Base Cost: 880 Gold
Maintenance Cost
Base Cost: 3 Gold
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ICON_UNIT_KHMER_DOMREY
Description
Khmer unique Medieval era siege unit. Can move and shoot in the same turn and exerts zone of control.
Historical Context
If there aren't enough horses for your cavalry, why not use the mighty elephant to crush and terrify your enemies?

The Khmer joined a long tradition of employing war elephants in their military campaigns. Research suggests that the Indians first used elephants in their military campaigns around 1,100 BCE, tuning what was at that point a farming helper animal and turning its 12,000 pounds of might into sound and terror for their opponents on the battlefield (at least until the invention of gunpowder evened the odds).

The mount of kings, military leaders would ride elephants into the battlefield, using their lines to stampede through enemy forces.

Khmer riders would use the precision of double crossbows to supplement the raw power of their elephants. However this domrey variant adds a bit more sheer force with a mounted ballista to impale the bold soldier not wise enough to run away.

Traits

Unique To
Upgrades To
Promotion Class: Siege

Requirements

Technology
Production Cost
Base Cost: 220 Production
Purchase Cost
Base Cost: 880 Gold
Maintenance Cost
Base Cost: 3 Gold
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