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Metallurgy

Metallurgy (Civ5)

Technology of the Renaissance era

Cost 1150 20xScience5
Required techs Gunpowder (Civ5) Gunpowder
Leads to Rifling (Civ5) Rifling
Military science (Civ5) Military science
Units enabled Lancer (Civ5) Lancer
Sipahi (Civ5) Sipahi
Hakkapeliitta (Civ5) Hakkapeliitta
Winged hussar (Civ5) Winged hussar
Buildings enabled Arsenal (Civ5) Arsenal
Red Fort (Civ5) Red Fort
Notes

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Metallurgy (Civ5)

Technology of the Renaissance era

Cost 1096 20xScience5
Required techs Gunpowder (Civ5) Gunpowder
Leads to Rifling (Civ5) Rifling
Military science (Civ5) Military science
Units enabled Lancer (Civ5) Lancer
Sipahi (Civ5) Sipahi
Hakkapeliitta (Civ5) Hakkapeliitta
Buildings enabled Arsenal (Civ5) Arsenal
Kremlin (Civ5) Kremlin
Notes

None

Metallurgy (Civ5)

Technology of the Renaissance era

Cost 900 20xScience5
Required techs Gunpowder (Civ5) Gunpowder
Leads to Rifling (Civ5) Rifling
Units enabled Lancer (Civ5) Lancer
Buildings enabled None
Notes

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"There never was a good knife made of bad steel."
–Benjamin Franklin

Game InfoEdit

Metallurgy, the next step in the development of metal working, delivers a new level of sophistication to Renaissance weaponry and prepares its entrance into the Modern age. It also unlocks a variety of new units.

Lancers are a harder-hitting version of Knights. They have several more points of Combat Strength and receive a bonus against mounted units. However, they have a penalty during defense, making them brittle if they aren't defended.

Sipahi are unique Ottoman Lancers that are even faster than regular Lancers. They can pillage in enemy territory without breaking stride, making them the single best sabotage unit in the game.

Hakkapeliitta are unique Swedish Lancers that can interact with Great Generals and have a 15% combat bonus.

Winged Hussars are unique Polish Lancers that can have extra strength, and two promotions (Formation I and Shock I). It can force defending enemy troops to withdraw.

Historical InfoEdit

Metallurgy is the science of metals and metallic alloys. In Civilization V the "metallurgy" technology covers the advancements in this field since the 19th century AD. In the 19th and 20th centuries, great strides have been made in all facets of metallurgy, from extraction, to the creation of new alloys, to the production of cheap, high-quality metals.

Metal remains at the heart of modern civilization. Much of the world is built of steel, and what isn't is made of aluminum or titanium. Our communications networks are made of metal, and so are our vehicles, weapons, satellites and spacecraft. Without modern metallurgy 90% of the Earth's population would starve within a year.

TriviaEdit

Despite being a Renaissance technology, between Gunpowder and Rifling, this technology's icon shows an armored knight wearing a helmet of the 12th-13th century, protections outdated since centuries if not the idea of armor itself.

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