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Bushido Principles is a technology in Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties that can be researched at the Consulate by the Japanese if they choose Japanese Isolationism once the Colonial Age is reached. Once researched, it increases the number of units that the player can train at one time to ten.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
Bushido Principles provides Japanese players with the potential to rapidly muster enormous armies. It should be noted that being a research, its effects are permanent, and thus, choosing a European ally later in the game does not negate its effects.
|Consulate shipments and technologies|
|British Allies||2 Surgeons · 4 Spies · 5 Petards · British Brigade|
|Dutch Allies||Church Wagon · Bank Wagon · Arsenal Wagon · Dutch Brigade|
|French Allies||Food Crates · Wood Crates · Coin Crates · French Brigade|
|Germans Allies||Food Trickle · Wood Trickle · Coin Trickle · German Brigade|
|Japanese Isolation||Military Rickshaw · Bushido Principles · Clan Offerings · Meiji Restoration|
|Ottomans Allies||Levy · 4 Settlers · 2 Great Bombards · Ottoman Brigade|
|Portuguese Allies||Fishing Fleet · Exploration Fleet · Expeditionary Fleet · Portuguese Brigade|
|Russians Allies||Blockhouse Wagon · Fort Wagon · Factory Wagon · Russian Brigade|
|Spanish Allies||Merchant Marine · Nanban Trade · Bullionism · Spanish Brigade|