Flood of the Nile is an Egyptian myth technology in Age of Mythology that is available to worshipers of Isis that can be researched at a Granary. Once researched, it provides a steady trickle of 0.75 food per second (45 per minute).
Resource trickle comparison[edit | edit source]
There are quite a few means of auto-generating resources in Age of Mythology. The following list shows all the means there are to illustrate the value of Flood of the Nile.
|Flood of the Nile||Egyptians||Food||45|
|Vaults of Erebus||Greeks||Gold||45|
|Ring of the Nibelung||all||Gold||18|
|Ship of Fingernails||all||Food||24|
|Ankh of Ra||all||Favor||2.4|
1.2 (in combat)
- The rate can be increased by 10% by researching Horns of Consecration.
- Gardens can be tasked to generate any resource, but they only generate one at a time.
- The Plenty Vault generates all three resources simultaneously.
History[edit | edit source]
|“||The Black Land [Kemet], another name for Lower Egypt, refers to the deposits of rich, black soil that the regular flooding of the Nile left behind. This rich, black soil was excellent for farming and, coupled with irrigation and inventions like the shaduf, allowed ancient Egyptians to survive and prosper in an otherwise harsh environment. The Egyptians’ whole way of life depended upon these floods. The Nile today no longer floods as it once did. A series of dams and hydro-electric plants, like the one at Aswan, control its flooding and generate electrical energy. Such damming is a subject of great controversy in Northern Africa for many social and environmental reasons.||”|
|Egyptian mythological technologies|