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Greek States Faction Bonus:
Classical Heritage: +2 to cultural conversion
Fierce Independence: +10% melee defence for all units when fighting in own or allied territory.
Hellenstic Culture: Shares culture with Factions: Macedon, Seleucid, Athens, Sparta, Epirus, and Pontus. Shares culture with Sub-Factions: Pergamon, Ardiai.
Molossians: Claiming descent from the mythical Molossus, the Molossians settled in Epirus following the sacking of Troy.
Hellenic Mistrust: Major diplomatic penalty with all Hellenic factions (cultural aversion)
Guardians of Dodona: Public order bonus (maximum of +4) from presence of Hellenic culture
Village Confederation: +10% wealth from minor settlements
Other Families: The Synedrion is a small governing and advisory council of the most eminent Greek nobles, picked by the king himself. Sometimes its membership is expanded by admitting city representatives as well.
In-game Encyclopedia DescriptionEdit
The Greek-speaking Kingdom of Epirus is ruled by the Molossian Aeacidae dynasty who claim descent from Achilles and Deidamea. They are certainly warlike enough to be the sons of Achilles! The Epirots are now fortunate in their choice of rivals: they can rescue Magna Graecia from the Roman yoke, or look to take on Macedon and the rest of Greece.
Logistics: Unlocks recruiting Champions.
- Management: Lowers recruitment cost, upkeep costs, and increases military replenishment rate.
- Tactics: Improves military morale, attack, defense, movement, missile attack. Increases campaign movement range.
- Siege: Improves sieging tactics, lowers attrition, and lowers siege unit costs.
Land Reclamation: Increases wealth from agriculture and reduces construction costs.
- Economy: Increases wealth from agriculture, commerce, and tariffs. Increases food produced.
- Construction: Lowers construction time, cost. Increases wealth from industry. Reduces construction costs.
- Philosophy: Increases tax rates, public order, cultural conversion. Improves agent actions. Lowers corruption.