For other uses of the term, see Poland.Poland is an emergent faction in Napoleon: Total War.
The region of Poland houses a four-slot city, a lumber camp, an intellectual center, and an industrial center. This, coupled with its unusually robust unit roster, can make Poland quite powerful if it survives for long enough.
When playing in the singleplayer European Campaign as France, the player is given a mission to capture Poland after capturing Brandenburg. Unusually for such a large region, Poland generates very little resistance to foreign occupation when captured by France.
Poland's roster is spartan but versatile, fielding one type each of line infantry, light infantry, grenadiers, militia, heavy cavalry, light cavalry, and lancers; it is one of only a handful of minor nations that can train lancers. It has the standard artillery and ship roster. The only unit it really lacks are elite infantry, or indeed any inspiring units other than General's Staff.
- Game files lists Poland as "Poland-Lithuania", a callback to its predecessor from Empire: Total War.
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|Unused Factions||Milan • Trent • Savoy|