A dangerous outlaw on horseback armed with a rifle.
—In-game description

The Jagunco is a revolutionary outlaw that is available to Brazil once the "Jaguncos" Home City Card is sent, and can be trained at Stable, Fort, Galleon/Fluyt, and Saloon.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Jaguncos behave similarly to other revolutionary Comancheros, able to build Livestock Pens, gather herdables and train Cows, but their stats are more similar to Rifle Riders

As all revolutionary "Comancheros", Jaguncos feature a unique hat, and also a rifle instead of a revolver

Further statistics[edit | edit source]

Unit strengths and weaknesses
Strong vs. Heavy infantry, Heavy cavalry, artillery
Weak vs. Heavy infantry, ranged infantry, light cavalry
Hit points Comanche Horse Breeding.png Comanche Horse Breeding (+10%)
Cree Tanning.png Cree Tanning (+5%)
Navajo Weaving.png Navajo Weaving (+5%)
Folk Heroes.png Folk Heroes (+20%)
Attack Ranged Cavalry Caracole.png Ranged Cavalry Caracole (+10%)
Smokeless Powder.png Smokeless Powder (+30% siege attack)
Folk Heroes.png Folk Heroes (+20%)
Range Ranged Cavalry Caracole.png Ranged Cavalry Caracole (+2)
Sight Town Watch.png Town Watch (+2)
Ranged Cavalry Caracole.png Ranged Cavalry Caracole (+2)
Speed Comanche Mustangs.png Comanche Mustangs (+10%)
Apache Endurance.png Apache Endurance (+5%)
Creation speed Mass Cavalry.png Mass Cavalry (-35%)
Cheyenne Horse Trading.png Cheyenne Horse Trading (-25%)
Inca Chaquis Messengers.png Incan Chasquis Messengers (-25%)
Folk Heroes.png Folk Heroes (-50%)
Train cost Mapuche Ad-mapu.png Mapuche Ad-mapu (-10% coin cost)

Home City Cards[edit | edit source]

In-game dialogue[edit | edit source]

Main article: Portuguese (Age of Empires III)#In-game dialogue

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Jagunco shares the Outlaw Rider portrait, even though the in-game human model uses the Outlaw Rifleman skin (with small variations on the coat and hat) and the horse model uses the Outlaw Rider one.
  • The in-game name is written incorrectly. The correct form is written with a cedilla (Jagunço) and not with a C.

History[edit | edit source]

Also know as cangaceiro, the Jagunço was in northeastern Brazil, a fugitive criminal or any violent man who lent himself to the paramilitary work of protection and security to any influential individual (eg, farmer, politician) and as a consequence, was hidden from the law enforcement by said influential individual.

They're also the equivalent to the North American plantation overseer, as the Jagunços watched over the slaves in brazilian plantations, being responsible for the safety of the farm, farmer, his family and the slaves. They also served as a search and capture force when slaves fled.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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