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By paying homage to the English and becoming an '''English Vassal''', the Welsh gain access to better armour and architectural knowledge. Welsh knights are therefore more resistant in battle and, inspired by the English, fight better. Furthermore, the Welsh have learned to construct stone walls.
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By paying homage to the English and making the [[Policy Decision|policy decision ]]to become an '''English Vassal''', the Welsh gain access to better armour and architectural knowledge. Welsh knights are therefore stronger and more durable in battle and, inspired by the English, fight better. Furthermore, the Welsh have learned to construct stone walls.
 
==Technology Statistics==
 
==Technology Statistics==
   
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Researched at: [[Town Hall]]
 
Researched at: [[Town Hall]]
 
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==Historical Background==
 
==Historical Background==
In the mid-13th century one man managed to make himself ruler of most of Wales. In 1255 Llewellyn became king of Gwynedd. The Welsh kingdoms of Powys, Deheubarth and Glamorgan recognized Llewellyn as their lord. In 1267 King Henry III of England made the Treaty of Montgomery with Llewellyn. According to the treaty Llewellyn was made Prince of Wales. However he agreed to become the English king's vassal.
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In the mid-13th century one man managed to make himself ruler of most of Wales. In 1255 Llewellyn became king of Gwynedd. The Welsh kingdoms of Powys, Deheubarth and Glamorgan recognized Llewellyn as their lord. In 1267 King Henry III of England made the Treaty of Montgomery with Llewellyn. According to the treaty, Llewellyn was made Prince of Wales; however, he agreed to become the English king's vassal.
   
In 1272 Edward I became king of England. He was determined to rule all of Great Britain. Since Llewellyn was his vassal Edward summoned him to do homage.
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In 1272 Edward I became King of England. He was determined to rule all of Great Britain. Since Llewellyn was his vassal Edward summoned him to do homage.
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Latest revision as of 23:18, 2 March 2011

By paying homage to the English and making the policy decision to become an English Vassal, the Welsh gain access to better armour and architectural knowledge. Welsh knights are therefore stronger and more durable in battle and, inspired by the English, fight better. Furthermore, the Welsh have learned to construct stone walls.

Technology Statistics[edit | edit source]

Available to: Wales

Researched at: Town Hall

Century: 14th

Cost: 50 Food , 100 Florins

Effect: Knights +40 hit points, +1 attack; enables Stone Walls

Historical Background[edit | edit source]

In the mid-13th century one man managed to make himself ruler of most of Wales. In 1255 Llewellyn became king of Gwynedd. The Welsh kingdoms of Powys, Deheubarth and Glamorgan recognized Llewellyn as their lord. In 1267 King Henry III of England made the Treaty of Montgomery with Llewellyn. According to the treaty, Llewellyn was made Prince of Wales; however, he agreed to become the English king's vassal.

In 1272 Edward I became King of England. He was determined to rule all of Great Britain. Since Llewellyn was his vassal Edward summoned him to do homage.

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