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Instant War

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BINGFA
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Version: Age of Kings
This MOD changes the Fortress Map (the wall and gates remain)in Random, Regicide and Death Match. At game start you already have a standing army. You also start with 20 peons & 10 farms. You have a Stable and Archery Range & Barracks. You also have multiple houses (varies)to help support your population. You also have boosted resources. If you want instant action coupled with random placement then this is for you.

A version to change all map styles soon to follow...

Enjoy and Best Gaming
BINGFA
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Cataphract_40 What the hell is a peon?
GaVdEaTh HEY ALL A PEON IS A VILLAGER TYPE THING FROM WARCRAFT 2 SO I DONT KNOW WFT HE WAS TALKIN' BOUT!
BINGFA
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PEON=Villager.

I guess those who have been in the Genre for a while would have known that. It is much quicker to write and better than Vill.

If you played Instant War you may have noticed it had 20 villagers at the start. 2+2=5.
BINGFA
File Author
To end the diversion hopefully...

From Webster and Encarta:

Main Entry: pe·on
Pronunciation: 'pE-"än, -&n also pA-'On for 2, British also 'pyün for 1
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural peons or pe·o·nes /pA-'O-nEz/
Etymology: Portuguese peão & French pion, from Medieval Latin pedon-, pedo foot soldier -- more at PAWN
Date: 1609
1 : any of various workers in India, Sri Lanka, or Malaysia: as a : INFANTRYMAN b : ORDERLY
2 [Spanish peón, from Latin pedon-, pedo] : a member of the landless laboring class in Spanish America
3 plural peons a : a person held in compulsory servitude to a master for the working out of an indebtedness b : DRUDGE, MENIAL


pe·on (plural pe·ons) noun

1. laborer: in Latin America and the southern United States, a farm laborer, especially in former times, who was forced to work for a creditor until a debt was paid off
2. drudge: somebody who does boring menial work
3. low-paid worker: formerly, in India and Sri Lanka, a low-paid office worker, soldier, or public servant

[Early 17th century. Via Spanish peón and Portuguese peão "foot soldier," from the medieval Latin stem pedon- , from Latin pes "foot."]


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