"Trains and upgrades artillery."—In-game description
The Artillery Foundry is a military building in Age of Empires III that becomes available once the Fortress Age (Colonial Age for British, Dutch, Ottomans, and Russians) is reached. It trains and upgrades artillery and siege infantry.
The Iroquois have the Siege Workshop, which functions identically to the Artillery Foundry, while the Aztecs and Sioux do not have artillery and siege units. Asian civilizations have the Castle, which combines the functions of an Artillery Foundry and an Outpost.
|Abus Gun||50 food,|
|Organ Gun||100 wood,|
|Horse Artillery*||100 wood,|
|Gatling Gun*||100 wood,|
- Units with an asterisk (*) are added in The WarChiefs.
Further statistics Edit
|Building strengths and weaknesses|
|Hit points||Flying Buttress (+20%)|
|Sight||Gas Lighting (+4)|
|Construction cost|| Cree Textile Craftsmanship (-25% wood)|
Tupi Forest Burning (-20% wood)
|Penalties|| Code Napoleon (+50% cost, French only)|
Customized Merc Weapons (+30% cost, John Black's Mercenaries only)
Home City Cards Edit
|Click for a list of Home City Cards related to the Artillery Foundry|
"The manufacture of artillery is a laborious process involving furnaces and cranes to move the heavy barrels through several stages of construction."
|Buildings in Age of Empires III|
|Age of Empires III|
|Economic||Town Center · Trading Post · Market · Mill · Livestock Pen · Church · Plantation · Factory · Capitol|
|Military||Outpost · Dock · Barracks · Stable · Artillery Foundry · Arsenal · Fort · Saloon*|
|Other||Field Hospital · Native Embassy*|
|Aztecs||Fire Pit · Farm · War Hut · Nobles' Hut|
|Iroquois||Longhouse · Fire Pit · Farm · War Hut · Corral · Siege Workshop|
|Sioux||Teepee · Fire Pit · Farm · War Hut · Corral|
|The Asian Dynasties|
|Chinese||Village · Rice Paddy · Consulate · Castle · Monastery · War Academy · Wonders|
|Indians||Sacred Field · Rice Paddy · Consulate · Castle · Monastery · Caravanserai · Wonders|
|Japanese||Shrine · Rice Paddy · Consulate · Castle · Monastery · Dojo · Wonders|
|* introduced in The Warchiefs|