What Causes Some Civilizations to be Without Theocracy?

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    #4343

    This is an ideal illustration of a technology that simplifies the management of devices.

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    #4344

    > Isn’t this a perfect example of a tech that only makes units easier to control?

    It’s actually an extremely strong tech.
    You can have a bunch of Monks focus a single important unit, such as a Bombard Cannon, for a fast conversion, and they won’t all lose their Monk juice.

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    #4345

    why do some civs lack Herbal Medicine and Fervor? both these are near-universal techs, only missing from 4 civs each

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    #4346

    It’s more of a necessity than an assistance. Theocracy is such an important upgrading that going imp monks doesn’t make sense without it most of the time.

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    #4347

    I’m surprised nobody has brought up anything related to historical inspiration, or it being another way to diversify the civs and make them a bit more distinct.

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    #4348

    What is the point of theocracy? Just git gut and micro lol.

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    #4349

    i would put it in the same group as ballistics (every civ should have it)

    aoe2 player base by definition shares a very high demographic of sedentary/conservative players, so these kind of recommendations will hardly go down well, until either devs implement it, or someone with a big name recommends it. regardless of how logical it is

    sorry for you

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    #4350

    it’s not unusable without the tech, but a major disadvantage, which is the entire point.

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