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Krepost

Krepost (Civ5)

Building of the Ancient era


The unique building of the Russian civilization
(replaces Barracks)

Cost 75 20xProduction5
Maintenance 1 20xGold5
Technology

Bronze working (Civ5) Bronze working

Specialists

None

Effect
  • +15 experience for all units built in this city
  • Reduces 20xCulture5 Culture and 20xGold5 Gold costs of buying new tiles by 25%

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Game InfoEdit

Unique building of the Russian civilization. Replaces the Barracks.

  • Common traits:
    • +15 XP for all military units produced in this city.
    • +2 20xHappiness5 Happiness with Militarism Autocracy tenet
  • Special traits:
    • 20xCulture5 Culture and 20xGold5 Gold costs of acquiring new tiles reduced by 25% in this city.

StrategyEdit

In addition to training your units, the Krepost increases the city's rate of cultural border growth by 33 percent, allowing fast territorial expansion for the Russian player early on. It's quite worthwhile to construct these useful buildings in all Russian cities, but especially in cities on the civilization's frontiers.

Historical InfoEdit

"Krepost" is the Russian word for "fortress." For much of its history Russia was an expansionist state, pushing its borders further east across the vast steppes, into Siberia and beyond. When entering a new terrain, the Russians often would construct a "krepost" to protect their troops and to house governmental and religious buildings. Depending upon the local situation and availability of materials, a krepost could be a temporary wooden fort or a more permanent and imposing stone defensive work. In many ways the krepost is similar in form and function to the ubiquitous forts that the Romans built in their newly conquered lands.

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