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An autocracy is a form of government different from collective dictatorship for a number of reasons: its motivations for seizing power, the institutions through which it organizes its rule and the ways in which it leaves power. Often viewing itself as saving the nation from the corrupt or myopic civilian politicians, an autocracy justifies its position as "neutral" arbitration on the basis of its membership within a militaristic elite.

When autocracy is established, the society is prepared for much more immediate action than in a deliberative system. But the best benefits appear exactly in the political sphere: the leadership is dedicated to constantly advancing its ambitions and consolidating power, thus transforming your empire into an intimidating presence amongst other rulers!

Class QualitiesEdit

Governmental Wonder: Ancestral Statue

Legacy Bonus: Can purchase Great Generals with Faith upon discovering Diplomatic Missions

Table: The Autocrat
Level Warrior Code Professional Army Special
1st 2 Free Warriors, Gain 6 Culture and Gold from killing enemies
2nd 4 Free Warriors, Gain 12 Culture and Gold from killing enemies +2 Culture, +4 Gold from Military buildings
3rd 6 Free Warriors, Gain 18 Culture and Gold from killing enemies
4th 8 Free Warriors, Gain 24 Culture and Gold from killing enemies +4 Culture, +8 Gold from Military buildings Folk Military I (+2 Food, +4 Faith, +2 Happiness in Garrisoned cities. +2 Happiness from Courthouses)
5th 10 Free Warriors, Gain 30 Culture and Gold from killing enemies Free Military (+10 Food, +20 Gold from Granary/Hunting Lodge)
6th 12 Free Warriors, Gain 36 Culture and Gold from killing enemies +6 Culture, +12 Gold from Military buildings
7th 14 Free Warriors, Gain 42 Culture and Gold from killing enemies
8th 16 Free Warriors, Gain 48 Culture and Gold from killing enemies +8 Culture, +16 Gold from Military buildings Folk Military II (+4 Food, +8 Faith, +4 Happiness in Garrisoned cities. +4 Happiness from Courthouses)
9th 18 Free Warriors, Gain 54 Culture and Gold from killing enemies
10th 20 Free Warriors, Gain 60 Culture and Gold from killing enemies +10 Culture, +20 Gold from Military buildings Improved Free Military (+20 Food, +40 Gold from Granary/Hunting Lodge), Discipline (Land Units +50% Strength. +250% Combat XP)
11th 22 Free Warriors, Gain 66 Culture and Gold from killing enemies
12th 24 Free Warriors, Gain 72 Culture and Gold from killing enemies +12 Culture, +24 Gold from Military buildings Folk Military III (+6 Food, +12 Faith, +6 Happiness in Garrisoned cities. +6 Happiness from Courthouses)
13th 26 Free Warriors, Gain 78 Culture and Gold from killing enemies
14th 28 Free Warriors, Gain 84 Culture and Gold from killing enemies +14 Culture, +28 Gold from Military buildings
15th 30 Free Warriors, Gain 90 Culture and Gold from killing enemies Superior Free Military (+30 Food, +60 Gold from Granary/Hunting Lodge)
16th 32 Free Warriors, Gain 96 Culture and Gold from killing enemies +16 Culture, +32 Gold from Military buildings Folk Military IV (+8 Food, +16 Faith, +8 Happiness in Garrisoned cities. +8 Happiness from Courthouses)
17th 34 Free Warriors, Gain 102 Culture and Gold from killing enemies
18th 36 Free Warriors, Gain 108 Culture and Gold from killing enemies +18 Culture, +36 Gold from Military buildings
19th 38 Free Warriors, Gain 114 Culture and Gold from killing enemies
20th 40 Free Warriors, Gain 120 Culture and Gold from killing enemies +20 Culture, +40 Gold from Military buildings Folk Military V (+10 Food, +20 Faith, +10 Happiness in Garrisoned cities. +10 Happiness from Courthouses), Legendary Free Military (+40 Food, +80 Gold from Granary/Hunting Lodge), Improved Discipline (Land Units +100% Strength. +500% Combat XP), Champion Society (Gain 60 Science from killing enemies)


Governors: 2 Military (1 must be War Minister), 1 Foreign

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