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Ducal Stable

Ducal stable (Civ5)
Introduced in Brave New World
Building of the Classical era


The unique building of the Polish civilization
(replaces Stable)

Cost 75 20xProduction5
Maintenance 0 20xGold5
Technology

Horseback riding (Civ5) Horseback riding

Specialists

None

Effect
  • +15% 20xProduction5 Production and +15 XP for mounted units.
  • +1 20xProduction5 Production and +1 20xGold5 Gold per Pasture.
  • City must have a Pasture nearby

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Game InfoEdit

Unique building of the Polish civilization. Replaces the Stable.

  • Common traits:
    • +15% 20xProduction5 Production when building Mounted Units in this City.
  • Special traits:
    • Each Pasture worked by this City produces +1 20xProduction5 Production and +1 20xGold5 Gold.
    • +15 XP for Mounted Units produced in this City.
    • No maintenance cost

StrategyEdit

The Ducal Stable is a great replacement for the Stable. It has no maintenance cost and, in addition to the regular abilities of the Stable, it adds 20xGold5 Gold potential on Pasture improvements and gives +15 XP for mounted units trained in this city. To make the best use of these bonuses, you must make sure you settle your cities near as many resources that can be upgraded with Pastures as you can (similar to the Huns).

Historical InfoEdit

Casimir III, upon his ascension to the throne in 1333 AD, was forced to placate the restless Polish nobility by granting them extensive concessions, including the right to maintain stables the equivalent of those of the crown. Until the end of the Napoleonic Wars, these ducal stables were a source of both prestige and power, housing from fifty to several hundred horses in addition to the grooms, with rooms for tack, saddles and trappings. Some, like the ducal stable at Szczecin, were practical and functional; others were ostentatious, with pillars and statuary, as exemplified by the stable at Kraków. Regardless of size and ornamentation, the ducal stables supplied the mounts for Poland's famed cavalry formations.

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