Originally, Chincha Rafts had a 31 ranged attack damage and a ranged and siege Area of Effect of 2. With update 3552, they have a 29 ranged attack damage and a ranged and siege Area of Effect of 1.
Originally, Chincha Rafts had 550 hit points, 28 ranged attack range and 32 siege attack range. With update 9476, they have 575 hit points, 25 range, both ranged and siege, and gain +2 LOS and range upon reaching the Fortress Age and the Industrial Age.
Chincha Rafts get +8 train limit upon reaching the Fortress Age and the Industrial Age.
The African Royals
With update 61213, Chincha Rafts get +6 train limit upon reaching the Fortress Age and the Industrial Age.
The vast Inca Empire relied on a variety of means for supporting its economy and feeding its inhabitants. The vast Pacific coastline and the various lakes of the Andean region played host to productive fishing communities and bustling trade networks. Most prominent among the fishermen and naval merchants in the region were the Chincha, who were incorporated into the Inca Empire around the late 15th century. The Chincha plied the waters with large rafts that they constructed from balsa logs and fitted with sails. Capable of carrying large crews, these rafts were both productive economically and formidable in battle. Spanish explorers, upon first encountering the Chincha rafts, praised them for their sturdy and utilitarian nature.