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“When defending, heals nearby defenders. Once a day you may collect a bonus trade good.”

The Angkor Wat is one of four wonders unlocked in the Gunpowder Age.

General Information[edit | edit source]

  • This Wonder is available during the Gunpowder Age.
  • When near the Wonder, defending troops and generals will be healed by a flat amount and increase as you proceed through your ages. The previous percent-based heal was far stronger than intended for generals.
  • Once destroyed, the defenders will no longer benefit from the healing.
  • It can be a great partner for other defensive wonders, much like Versailles. This is because it can benefit your defending army (Note: Angkor Wat cannot go together with Versailles, since they are both wonders from the gunpowder age and therefore only one of them may be build at a time).
  • In addition to a healing effect, you can obtain a free trade good, which comes in a sets from 3-6 (depending on age). This is basically outclassed by the free mercenary army provided by Taj Mahal (as it can be valued around 5-10 trade goods); however, with the set of free trade goods, you can do whatever you want with them be it purchase a blessing or a mercenary army.
  • It can be more effective with a plethora of researches at the Library. Partisans, Hounds, Fortification, Nationalism, Leadership, Banking, etc.

Statistics[edit | edit source]

Age Trade Goods per day Heal AOE Heal Amount Battle Pulse
Gunpowder Age +3 12 424 2s
Enlightenment Age +4 560
Industrial Age +5 672
Global Age +6 773
Atomic Age +7 1,010

Note: values in parenthesis "()" shows bonuses after Heritage Research.

  • Range: 12 squares from building edge

For building's other statistics see Wonders.

Historical Description[edit | edit source]

Built during the reign of Suryavarman II in the 12th century in Cambodia, Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument in the world. Originally a temple (or temple complex) dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, over time it was converted into a Buddhist religious site. Constructed largely of sandstone and laterite (natural brick), the structures are covered with beautiful bas-reliefs depicting important historical and religious scenes as well as hundreds upon hundreds of images of beautiful minor and major deities. A work of extraordinary beauty, the structure has the power to awe and inspire the pilgrim today.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • As of the "World Wars Update", the healing has changed from a percentage to a flat number; however, this increases as you go through the Ages. This new number will heal defending soldiers better, as generals received too much healing.
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