(Above) The Picture is a map of the land that persians ruled.
Welcome to the civ5 website of Dr. Hartley’s global studies class, where you can learn how the social policy of “order” relates historically the Persian Empire. The Persians were a strong and mighty empire. They were known for their wealth, army and light cavalry, and the building of a great nation. In general, "Order" stays mostly true and accurate throughout the policy relating to Persia in the 400-500 A.D. time period.
The social policy “Order” focuses mainly on militaristic strategies and warfare, production and construction, and science. Relating this to the Persian Empire fits well. Their military strategies are known throughout history. They fought well, with huge numbers, an advanced light cavalry and the infamous 10,000 Immortals who were the kings personal guard. They were expanding their empire during King Cyrus and Xerxes reign mainly, as they were at war often. A bonus, the United Front policy is given when you are at war with a common foe, which grants units twice as often. An extra 25% attack bonus (under policy “Nationalism”) is also given when fighting on friendly territory, however the Persians never fought wars on their soil, instead they would often be the attackers.
A Country so Vast...
The Fall of Persia was sad and unfortunate. One ruler could not keep them together. But during there rain, they where one of the best to stand! In general the Persians were very happy. They had an incredibly wealthy community, and their rulers let the people thrive. The policy offers increase in happiness which fits very well. The policy of “Order” compares pretty historically accurate, with only a few differences. The Order branch becomes available during the Industrial era, and increases Happiness by 1 per City.
Adopting Order will increase Happiness by 1 per City.
Adopting all Policies in the Order tree will grant +1 Food, Production, Science, Gold, and Culture per city.
One step at a time
The Persian Empire was very wealthy. When using the social policy, it makes sense to have bonuses on gold and wealth, but there are not any really focusing on how wealth can improve the civilization. When and if you are striving to achieve victory by the cultural aspect, than the policy “Commerce” would fit better.
The Industrial era was big in Persia. They had many architectural advances and built many buildings. The Order policy does specify on this topic well. Panned Economy grants 25% increase on factory output, (as well as science) maintenance cost is reduced by 15% in Socialism, and Communism gives +2 to +10 production when constructing buildings, per city.
The science aspect of Persia is only mentioned briefly in the Planned Economy policy. The Persians had many scientific break-throughs in including biology, Qantas, astrology and medicine. It is a shame the policies don’t reflect of the science more.
Persia Battle Strategies (Imovie)
Intro to Persia
Victory be yours!
If you are looking for the best way to win with persia, the a Economical victory would likely be the best for you.
Persia is well known for its Economy. Due to this they get Increased Happiness per City And also get twice as many units when they choose United Front as there social policy. Below There is strategy's that you can use to Achieve some of they's Bonuses. Overal, in history and in the game. The way to go is to Economic victory! Of course if that does not suit you, The Persians *Cough* Crush the spartans any day*Cough* Had a very amazing fleet. There navy was one of the finest, and best.
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