Campaign appearance[edit | edit source]
Jail Walls are included as segments of normal Walls (mostly of the Egyptian variant), in order to represent prisons that are highly relevant to the plot of the campaign.
For example, in Isis, Hear My Plea and Let's Go, Arkantos and most of the heroes' group (except for Amanra) are ambushed by Kemsyt just outside the city of Abydos. As soon as they are captured, they are sent to a prison to a distant island. Eventually, Amanra, with Isis' assistance manages to reach them before Gargarensis executes Arkantos with his trident.
History[edit | edit source]
This wall is designed to keep those locked behind it inside. The bars give visibility in and out, but are made of iron fixed in stone. The doors in this wall are closed with heavy locks, though the walls and locks are not completely invulnerable and may be destroyed by determined attacks.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
|Campaign-exclusive buildings and units in Age of Mythology|
|Age of Mythology|
|Boulder Wall · Cataphract · Charon Ferry · Dwarven Forge · Excavation · Folstag Flag Bearer · Giant Gate Ram · Guardian · Hades Gate · Iron Fence · Jail Wall · Living Poseidon Statue · Naval Shipyard · Osiris Piece Box · Osiris Pyramid · Pirate Ship · Prisoner · Shade · Shipwreck · Shrine · Statue of Lightning · Sword Bearers · Stone Fence · Tamarisk Tree · Taproot · Temple of the Gods · Tent · Thor's Hammer Haft · Thor's Hammer Head · Trojan Horse · Wall of Atlantis · Wall of Troy · Well of Urd · Wooden Fence|
|Automaton Statue · Gaia Pool · Overgrown Temple · Statue of Melagius · Temple of Kronos · Tower of Odin · Summoning Tree|
|Tale of the Dragon|
|Dam · Griffon|