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Thread: The differences between the Aedui and the Aruernoi?

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    Default The differences between the Aedui and the Aruernoi?

    Is there any game play difference between the Aedui and the Aruernoi, except for slightly different starting positions? I tried to find any in the guide and the starting game, but I couldn't, except for a few different names for the same things.

    Do any of them have access to things that the others don't, for example?

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    Default Re: The differences between the Aedui and the Aruernoi?

    IIRC one has access to the Gesaethe(sp?) - the drug crazed warriors. The other has a different unit. There may be other differences that only play out in a long game but it is a loooong time since I played either.

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    Default Re: The differences between the Aedui and the Aruernoi?

    Quote Originally Posted by Porphyrogenita View Post
    IIRC one has access to the Gesaethe(sp?) - the drug crazed warriors. The other has a different unit. There may be other differences that only play out in a long game but it is a loooong time since I played either.
    There are some differences in units. For instance, the late Aruernoi are able to recruit the Woklitis Rigon, or Arverni Royal Guard, and the Aedui don't have access to that.

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    Default Re: The differences between the Aedui and the Aruernoi?

    Do the Aedui have access to something the Auernoi don't, or do the Auernoi simply have an edge there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypze View Post
    Do the Aedui have access to something the Auernoi don't, or do the Auernoi simply have an edge there?
    The Aedui by contrast have access to the Isarnokilioi, they're not nobles but fill the role of profesional heavy cavalry units drawn from the storied Bituriges.
    To fight and conquer in all our battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting.
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