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Alphabet Pottery Granary Warrior Code Archer 2.1.1 Bowman(Ba) 2.2.1 Mathematics Catapult 0.0.1/4.1.1 Writing *establish embassies *right of passage,alliances Polytheism Philosophy Code of Laws Courthouse The Republic *new government Ancient Times Engineering *plant forest *roads cross rivers Printing Press Democracy *new government Chemistry Physics Middle Ages Nethog’s Civ 3 Tech Tree Rev 1.00 Oct 29, 2002 firstname.lastname@example.org Nationalism Rifleman 4.6.1(U) *mobilize for war *draft units *protection pact,embargos Medicine Communism Police Station *new government The Corporation Electricity *irrigate w/o fresh water Steel Atomic Theory Radio Industrial Ages Smart Weapons *precision bombing Modern Times Refining Oil (Tundra,Desert) Combustion Transport 1.4.5-8(U) Destroyer 12.8.5/6.1.2 Replaceable Parts Infantry 6.10.1(U) Artillery 0.0.1/12.2.2(U) Rubber (Forest,Jungle) *doubles speed of workers Advanced Flight Paratrooper 6.8.1 * Helicopter 0.2/0.6.0-1 Mass Production Carrier 1.8.4-4 Submarine 8.4.3 Battleship 18.12.5/8.2.2 Amphibious Warfare Marines 8.6.1 * Nuclear Power Nuclear Plant Synthetic Fibers Modern Armor 24.16.3 * (U) SS Exterior Casing SS Stasis Chamber SS Storage/Supply Stealth Stealth Bomber 0.0/8.8.3 Stealth Fighter 0.0/4.6.2 Superconductor SS Fuel Cells SS Life Support Satellites ICBM SS Thrusters The Laser SS Party Lounge (U) = possible upgrade of older units to this unit CivAbilStarting TechsUU AmE,I PotteryMasonryF15 AzM,RW.CodeC. BurialJag War IrE,RPotteryC. BurialMtd War ChM,IW. CodeMasonryRider JaM,RWheelC. BurialSamurai InC,RAlphabetC. BurialWar Eleph GeM,SW. CodeB. WorkingPanzer RuE,SPotteryB. WorkingCossack FrC,IAlphabetMasonryMusketeer BrC,EAlphabetPotteryMan-O-War RoM,CW. CodeAlphabetLegionary EgR,IC. BurialMasonryWar Chariot GrC,SAlphabetB. WorkingHoplite BaS,RB. WorkingC. BurialBowman PeS,IB. WorkingMasonryImmortals ZuM,EW. CodePotteryImpi The Wheel Chariot 1.1.2 War Chariot(Eg) 2.1.2 Horses (Grass.,Plain,Hills) Horseback Riding Horseman 2.1.2(U) Mounted Warrior(Ir) 3.1.2 Gunpowder Musketman 2.4.1(U) Musketeer(Fr) 3.4.1 Saltpeter (Hills,Mount.,Desert) Motorized Transport Tank 16.8.2 * Panzer(Ge) 16.8.3 * Rocketry Jet Fighter 8.4/2.6.1(U) Cruise Missile 0.0.1/16.2.3 F-15(Am) 8.4/4.6.2 SAM Missile Battery(M) Aluminum (Hills,Tundra) Iron Working Swordsman 3.2.1(U) Legionary(Ro) 3.3.1 Immortal(Pe) 4.2.1 Iron (Hills,Mountain) Chivalry Knight 4.3.2(U) Rider(Ch) 4.3.3 War Elephant(In) 4.3.2 Samurai(Ja) 4.4.2 Magnetism Galleon 1.2.4-4(U) Privateer 2.1.3 Frigate 2.2.4/2.1.2 Man-O-War(Br) 3.2.4/3.1.2 *Lighthouse is obsolete *trade over ocean squares Metallurgy Cannon 0.0.1/8.1.1(U) Coastal Fortress(M) *Great Wall obsolete Bronze Working Spearman 1.2.1 Impi(Zu) 1.2.2 Hoplite(Gr) 1.3.1 Colossus(E,R) 3x Masonry Palace City Walls(M) Pyramids(I,R) 1x 4x Literature Library(S) The Great Library(S) 3x 6x Map Making Galley 1.1.3-2 Harbor(M,C) The Lighthouse(E,C) *trade maps 2x No Technology Requirements Settler 0.0.1 Worker 0.0.1 Warrior 1.1.1 Jaguar Warrior(Az) 1.1.2 Scout(Am,Zu,Ir,Ru,Br) 0.0.2(U) Barracks(M) Wealth Gold=# Shields/8 Heroic Epic (Vict. Army) Forbidden Palace (8 Cities) The Pentagon (3 Armies) 1x 2x 4x Feudalism Pikeman 1.3.1(U) Sun Tzu’s Art of War(M) 2x Education University(S) *Great Library obsolete 4x Banking Bank(C) Wall Street(5 Banks) 2x Astronomy Caravel 1.2.3-3(U) Copernicus’ Observatory(E) *trade over sea squares 4x Economics Smith’s Trading Co.(C) *effect of wealth doubled: Gold=#shields/4 3x Navigation Explorer 0.0.2 (U) Magellan’s Voyage(E,C) *trade over ocean squares 3x Theory of Gravity Newton’s University(S) 6x Invention Longbowman 4.1.1(U) Leonardo’s Workshop(M) 2x Fission Nuclear Sub 8.4.4-1 Manhattan Project(M,I) United Nations(C) Uranium (Mountain,Forest) 2x 4x Integrated Defense Strategic Missile Defense (5 SAM Missile Batteries) 1x Espionage Intelligence Agency 1x Steam Power Ironclad 4.4.4/4.1.2 Coal (Hills,Mount.,Jun.) Iron Works( + ) *build railroad *Hanging Gardens obsolete 4x 2x Scientific Method Theory of Evolution(S) 3x Ceremonial Burial Temple(R) 2x 1x Mysticism The Oracle(R) 4x Temples =2x Monarchy Hanging Gardens(I) *new government 4x In City 3x Other 1x Construction Aqueduct Colosseum The Great Wall(M,I) *build fortresses 2x Monotheism Cathedral(R) 3x Lux12345678 12469121620 Currency Marketplace(C) Free Artistry Shakes. Theatre 8x Theology Sistine Chapel(R) *Oracle obsolete 6x Cathedrals =6x Music Theory J.S. Bach’s Cathedral(R) 6x All Cities 2x Space Flight Tactical Nuke Apollo Program SS Cockpit SS Docking Bay SS Engine 2x Electronics Hydro Plant Hoover Dam(I) 2x Industrialization Coal Plant Factory Universal Suffrage(M) 4x 2x Sanitation Hospital Battlefield Medicine(5 Hospitals) 1x Military Tradition Cavalry 6.3.3 * (U) Cossack(Ru) 6.4.3 * Military Academy (Vict. Army) 1x Computers Mech Infantry 12.18.2 * (U) Research Lab(S) SETI Program(E) 3x 2x 1x Miniaturization Offshore Platform 2x Robotics AEGIS Cruiser 12.10.5 * /4.2.2 Radar Artillery 0.0.1 * /16.2.2(U) Manufacturing Plant 2x Flight Fighter 4.2/2.4.1 Bomber 0.2/8.6.3 Airport(M,C) *Colossus obsolete 1x Genetics Cure for Cancer(S) Longevity(S) 3x All Cities 1x Ecology Mass Transit Solar Plant X Recycling Recycling Plant X
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