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'A Mapuche settlement.'

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A Mapuche clubman.

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The Mapuche are a minor civilization in Age of Empires III.

OverviewEdit

The Mapuche are available as allies on the Araucania map only. Once a trading post is built at their camp, a player can recruit Mapuche ironwood clubmen and research available upgrades.

UnitsEdit

The Mapuche ironwood clubman is similar to a pikeman type unit, while less useful than the typical pikeman versus cavalry they are better at destroying buildings due to their higher hit points. They can be potent building destroyers if the Mapuche tactics upgrade is purchased.

UpgradesEdit

Mapuche upgrades focus on increasing an allies gold reserves and anti-building attacks.

Mapuche Ad-mapu (Discovery Age): Reduces unit coin costs by 10%.
Cost:250 Wood , 250 Coin

Mapuche Tactics (Discovery Age): Inreases the anti-building attack of all infantry by 50%.
Cost: 200 Food , 200 Wood

Mapuche Treaty of Quillan (Discovery Age): Ships a crate of 100 Coin for every two minutes of game time, up to half an hour.
Cost: 225 Food , 225 Wood

Mapuche Warrior Societies (Fortress Age): Mapuche attack and HP raised by 25%.
Cost: 200 Wood , 150 Coin

Mapuche Champions (Industrial Age): Mapuche attack and hitpoints raised by 40%.
Cost: 400 Wood , 300 Coin

UsefulnessEdit

  • Mapuche Ad-mapu has been patched, reducing coin costs by 10% instead of 20%.
  • Mapuche tactics is strong for any civilization, however it is incredibly powerful for the Japanese, boosting their basic samurai anti-building attack to 100 (125 with Onin War) and the ashigaru musketeers to 31 (39 with Onin War).
  • All native tribes can only be upgraded to Legendary/Exalted status at the town center or capitol, they can be upgraded to Elite/Disciplined or Champion/Honored for free through some home city shipments.
  • Civilizations can remove the upgrade gold costs, or cut the upgrade costs in half depending on their home city cards.

In-game dialogueEdit

They speak Mapudungun, an isolated language which means it is unrelated to any language.

kumen
chem? "what?"
makmo
yaafun (attack)

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