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"Inca infantry armed with a flexible spear. Good against cavalry."
In-game description

The Incan Huaminca is a heavy infantry native warrior in Age of Empires III that can be trained at a Trading Post built on an Inca settlement.

Overview Edit

Huamincas are similar to Pikemen and Holcan Spearmen, serving as anti-light infantry and anti-cavalry infantry with considerable siege damage. However, it has higher melee damage, more resistance, and slightly slower siege rate of fire (4 vs 3 for most) in comparison.

As with most infantry, they are weak against artillery.

Upgrades Edit

Age Upgrade Cost Effect
Ages fortress
Native Warrior Societies Incan Warrior Societies 300 wood,
200 coin
Upgrades Incan Huamincas and Bolas Warriors to Elite (+25% hit points and attack)
Ages industrial
Champion Natives Champion Inca 500 wood,
400 coin
Upgrades Incan Huamincas and Bolas Warriors to Champion (+40% hit points and attack); requires Inca Warrior Societies
Ages imperial
Legendary natives Legendary Native Warriors
Exalted natives Exalted Natives
1,500 food,
1,500 wood
Upgrades native warriors to Legendary/Exalted (+50% hit points and attack)
The Legendary Native Warriors improvement is available in the Capitol for European civilizations and in the Town Center for Native American and Asian (as Exalted Natives) civilizations.

Further statistics Edit

Unit strengths and weaknesses
Strong vs. Cavalry, light infantry, buildings
Weak vs. Skirmishers, archers, artillery
Improvements
Hit points Infantry Breastplate Infantry Breastplate (+10%)
Thin Red Line Thin Red Line (+20%, British only)
Corselet Corselet (+25%, Spanish only)
Grand Encampment Grand Encampment (+25%, United States only)
Attack Mapuche Tactics Mapuche Tactics (+50% siege attack)
Speed Military Drummers Military Drummers (+10%)
Tillys Discipline Tilly's Discipline (+20%, Germans only)
Inca Road-building Incan Road-building (+20%)
Sight Town Watch Town Watch (+2)
Creation speed Standing Army Standing Army (-25%)
Inca Chaquis Messengers Incan Chasquis Messengers (-25%)
Penalties Thin Red Line Thin Red Line (-25% speed, British only)
Coffee Trade Coffee Trade (-10% speed, Dutch only)
Tillys Discipline Tilly's Discipline (+10% cost, Germans only)
Corselet Corselet (-15% speed, Spanish only)
Grand Encampment Grand Encampment (-25% speed, United States only)

Home City Cards Edit

History Edit

"The standing army of the Inca was formed primarily by nobles, but the emperor could raise an army of able-bodied men from the general populace at will. Military discipline was strictly enforced when they troops were on the march and at the range of their various projectile weapons. Once they had loosed their missiles they closed in hand-to-hand fighting. The Inca used a wide variety of weapons: wooden sword-shaped clubs, star-headed maces, slings, spears, a sophisticated halberd, and bolas. They wore cotton armor that breathed well, allowed for free movement, and dissipated the force of blows. Incan spears were sharpened lengths of wood, hardened in fire. Their halberd had a bronze-bladed axe head opposite a hook and crowned by a stabbing point allowing the huaminca a variety of arms and tactics."

Gallery Edit

See also Edit

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