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While Age of Empires II does not include a built-in cheat system, there are still ways to add cheats to the game as a way to spice it up a little. Downloading and using a trainer is one of the ways you can add cheats to the game.
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When the Master of the Templar is killed in The Siege of Jerusalem, he says, "If you strike me down, I will grow more powerful than you can possibly imagine"—likely a reference to the character Obi-Wan Kenobi's line in the 1977 film, Star Wars: Episode IV: Star Wars.
Furious the Monkey Boy was named after an Ensemble Studios employee's then-unborn son and used his ultrasonograph picture as a unit icon before the Definitive Edition.
In the Scenario Editor, there is a ruin based on the Greek Age of Empires Iron Age Barracks. They have first featured in The Scourge of God scenario in the Attila the Hun campaign.
When navigating a map and choosing units or buildings, hotkeys help you save time. On a PC, using hotkeys (by default, H for the TC) to quickly accomplish the same goal saves time compared to clicking somewhere on your minimap and selecting your TC to create a villager.
You can choose livestock, villagers, the TC, or military units quickly by pressing one of the Xbox's four D-Pad buttons. To select all units in a category, hold down the same button instead of tapping it. As a result, you can easily command a particular type of unit with a few taps.
You'll frequently find online advice to keep your town center busy. By default, your starting structure is your town center. To progress to the next age in the game, you create new villager characters at the Town Center.
Create as many villagers as you can during the Dark Age. Take some food to the town center right away to create more if you run out. Upgrade to Loom if you are still unable to produce more villagers to make them more difficult to eliminate. Create more Villagers. The key is to keep your Town Center active at all times. It should always be working on something.
If you have allies on your team, build lots of trade carts and marketplaces to benefit from the passive gold income. Create markets as far apart as you can, and make sure to fortify trade routes against raids by appointing military units to watch over your market carts.
A "trash unit" in Age of Empires 2 is any military unit that can be constructed without spending Gold. The three most important ones are Spearmen, Skirmishers, and Scouts, and they all have worthwhile advantages.
Spearmen can effectively combat cavalry. Archers are well-protected from skirmishers. Scouts can explore the map and have an advantage in the battle against Monks, who can turn your units against them. Trash units can be effective even if they are inexpensive. If you choose only expensive unique units, you won't get very far.
In the Dark Age, wasting food is one of the most expensive things you can do. It's important to efficiently harvest the meat from the herdable animals you'll start the game with because they can be easily killed. Your villagers will walk to the closest location that will accept the meat once they have collected enough from an animal. To begin, this is your town center.
However, walking requires time, and during that time, the animal's carcass spoils, reducing the amount of food you can get from it.
To solve this issue, slaughter your animals right beneath the Town Center, making it easier for your villagers to deliver the meat by just standing up. Put several villagers on a single animal so that they can all share in collecting the meat at the same time.
Farms are one way to obtain food, but it takes wood to construct them. To avoid wasting wood, place farms at the end of the chain. After your herdable animals, go on a hunt for some boars. As soon as you begin shooting arrows at them, they will run after you, so you can lead one of them back to your town center with one villager and then have your other villager attack it to kill it beneath your town center. Go after other nearby animals; you can hunt after them. After you've pursued them, seek out the berries.
If it is possible to construct a mill close to the animals and the berries, do so. Once you are in the berry phase, you can begin constructing farms.