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Coaching House
Coaching House 旅店
City/Castle City levels Castle levels
Building class city taverns
Convert to LEVEL
Building level LEVEL 3 coaching_house
Material wooden
Capability happiness_bonus bonus 4
Faction capability
Construction 5
Cost 6400
Requires condition
Building Description
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Coaching House 旅店 Though the commoners drink enough collectively to make most taverns profitable, wealthy merchants and nobles will typically only choose to stay at a reputable Coaching House if the option exists. Owners of such establishments pride themselves on being able to service both ends of the financial spectrum, in a place where prince and pauper will sometimes meet.
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Recruit units
No. Card Name Start quantity Replenishment rate Max quantity Experience Requires condition
1
24
1 0.4 3 0 and hidden_resource north_africa
2
48
1 0.2 1 1 and hidden_resource nordic
3
48
Free Company Longbowmen 1 0.3 2 0 and hidden_resource longbow
Mercenary Longbowmen armoured with light mail. Able to lay defensive stakes.
4
19
1 0.3 2 1 and hidden_resource nordic
Recruit agents
No. Card Name Description Requires condition
1 Spy Spies are the eyes and ears of your faction, capable of being sent to observe foreign settlements or armies - hopefully undetected. Aside from sending intelligence on structures and inhabitants, once working inside a settlement, spies begin to stir unrest among the populace with propaganda. They may also succeed in disabling defences in a siege, which can prove utterly decisive.
2 Assassin An assassin is the ideal man to call upon when a foreign target is either too well defended by armed forces for a frontal assault, or if you wish to strike without it being obvious that it was you that gave the order. Not only can assassins take out live targets, they can also bring down a building marked for sabotage, and can even specialise in this field of destruction.
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