“Allows you to summon the Terra Cotta Army once a day. Increases the health of nearby Castles and Barracks.”

The Terra Cotta Army is one of four wonders unlocked in the Classical Age.

General Information[edit | edit source]

  • Once a day you can summon an army of 20 units — 10 archers and 10 soldiers — of your current Blacksmith level. The 10 archers and soldiers produced by the wonder will produce the unique nation version of said troops. So if your nation is Roman it will produce Roman unique soldiers, or if you're British it will produce British unique archers.
  • Health of the nearby Barracks and Castle are increased by 20%. When paired with the Chapter 3 technology of Citadels from the Library and this wonder it will increase the health of your Castle by 30%.

Statistics[edit | edit source]

For building's statistics see Wonders.

Historical Description[edit | edit source]

The Terra Cotta Army is a collection of some 8,750 life-size statues of warriors, chariots and horses that were buried with Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China, to protect him in the afterlife. Qin died in 210 BCE, and was interred in a tomb near Mount Li, a mile away from the figures. The army was manufactured in workshops nearby. Constructed of clay, the figures' arms, legs, torsos and heads were separately created in molds and then fired and assembled. The figures were painted terracotta. Hence the name terracotta army and equipped with real weapons, but over time the paint has faded and the weapons had been stolen or rotted.

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