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Players can watch their towns literally evolve and grow, as their buildings take on new appearances after reaching level milestones. In Golden Age, different character classes offer varying building options for defense, offense, and resource output.
Golden Age classes include these town-building benefits:
- Rhine Commerce Guild –  Players receive four extra buildings which increase the castle’s output of grain, stone, lumber and iron. Sell or trade extra resources to other kingdoms.
- Ibero Alliance –  Boost castle defense with a bonus facility that offers technology training for traps, pits, ballistae and more, all unique to the Ibero Alliance.
- Knights Templar – Members of the Knights Templar class can build a castle Arena to recruit extra soldiers for their powerful armies.
Golden Age also features an innovative side-scrolling RPG-style town, detailed real-time maps and war simulators, and a host of quests and upgrade systems.
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