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A bow-armed force capable of long range, almost-silent, attacks.
Units List 兵種單位
Native Artillery (native_american_artillery) Fixed Artillery Native Artillery gives the firepower needed to put formal, set-piece battles against Europeans on an equal footing.
Sakers (9_lber_land_cannon_(saker)) Fixed Artillery A saker is an old-fashioned style of light cannon, deployed in a fixed position.
Native American Lancers (native_american_mounted_lancers) Lancer Cavalry These mounted men carry long lances capable of causing significant damage to enemy.
Mounted Tribal Gunners (native_american_mounted_musketeers) Missile Cavalry These warriors are experienced in the use of European firearms.
Chief's Bodyguard (native_american_generals_bodyguard) General These riders are entrusted with the life of their chief, and are highly skilled and dedicated to their task.
Medicine Men (native_american_medicine_men) Elite Infantry Medicine men commune with the spirit world, bringing the spirits’ wisdom and strength to the aid of their fellow warriors.
Warrior Society (native_american_elite) Elite Infantry These are the strongest, bravest and most ferocious men of the tribe, proficient in all forms of combat.
Musketmen (native_american_musketeers) Irregulars These warriors are experienced in the use of European firearms.
Native Musketeers (episodic_2_natam_musketeers) Irregulars These warriors are experienced in the use of European firearms.
Native American Warriors (native_american_warriors) Melee Infantry A band of fearless warriors armed in traditional fashion for close, personal combat.
Native American Tribesmen (native_american_tribesmen) Militia Tribesmen are a melee unit, relying primarily on force of numbers over skill.
Bowmen (native_american_archers) Skirmishers A bow-armed force capable of long range, almost-silent, attacks.
Dhow (Trade Ship) (dhow) Dhow A dhow is a traditional Arab sailing vessel, rigged with a lateen sail. Although an ancient design, it is an efficient and handy craft, particularly for coastal work – and pirates!