|“||Military building that trains Inca elite infantry and reduces the population cost of garrisoned units.||”|
The Kallanka is a military building in Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition that is unique to the Incas. It trains Bolas Warriors, Huaracas, and Macemen, and can be garrisoned by military units, who will use 1 less population while being garrisoned.
The Kallanka not only functions as a building to train basic military units, but it also has three additional uses.
Firstly, it may be used as a sort of Outpost to look out for any coming enemy units, keeping troops inside to wait for enemies to strike. When they do attack, or if the enemy units are weaker, the player may bring out the garrisoned units to wipe them out. Secondly, the player can also use the Kallanka to launch raids into weaker enemy settlements in hit-and-run attacks; and thirdly, the player can use the Kallanka to keep reserve units (preferrably infantry, since any unit garrisoned inside will only open up 1 population slot) to replace any current ones.
With update 20322, the Kallanka can support 10 population like a House; with a build limit of 4, the Kallankas can support 40 population, a little boost to the Kancha House's maximum of 156 (166 plus the starting Town Center).
|Bolas Warrior||35 food,
|Viracocha Worship||750 wood,
|Ships 2 Builder Travois|
As Kallankas are unique to the Incas, only technologies that they have access to are shown in the following tables:
|Building strengths and weaknesses|
|Hit points||Flying Buttress (+20%)|
|Construction cost|| Cree Textile Craftsmanship (-25% wood)|
Tupi Forest Burning (-20% wood)
Home City Cards
As Kallankas are unique to the Incas, only their cards and other civilizations' TEAM cards are shown in the following tables:
|Click for a list of Home City Cards related to the Kallanka|
Green: TEAM Shipment that is sent to each player in a team
- Originally, Kallankas have a build limit of 3 and give 30 XP when built, 60 XP when destroyed. With update 9476, they have a build limit of 4 and give 60 XP when built, 120 XP when destroyed.
- With update 20322, the Kallanka supports 10 population, similar to a House.
|“||The Inca Empire dominated the Andean region not just through remarkable administration and military logistics, but also with a series of extensive strongholds, often situated on mountains or other strategically important locations. Combinations of stone walls, ramparts, and earthworks formed defensible positions from which the Inca could control the surrounding territory.|
Strongholds such as Saqsahuaman, Macchu Picchu, and Ollantaytambo played a critical role in the deadly conflict between the Spanish and the Inca, frustrating attempts by the former to conquer Inca land and the latter to retake it. Despite superior Spanish technology, the firm earthworks and stone ramparts provided a surprisingly staunch resistance against assaults, while defenders used the surrounding terrain to great effect in hampering hostile advances.
|Buildings in Age of Empires III|
|Age of Empires III|
|Arsenal · Artillery Foundry · Barracks · Capitol · Church · Dock · Estate (Plantation) · Factory · Field Hospital · Fort · House · Livestock Pen · Market · Mill · Outpost · Stable · Town Center · Trading Post · Wall|
|Community Plaza (Fire Pit) · Corral · Farm · Native Embassy · Saloon · War Hut|
|Haudenosaunee||Longhouse · Siege Workshop|
|The Asian Dynasties|
|Consulate · Castle · Monastery · Rice Paddy · Wonders|
|Chinese||Village · War Academy|
|Indians||Caravanserai · Sacred Field|
|Japanese||Dojo · Shrine|
|Tavern · Tribal Marketplace|
|Incas||Kallanka · Kancha House · Stronghold · Tambo|
|United States||Meeting House · Saloon · State Capitol|
|The African Royals|
|Field · Granary · Hut · Livestock Market · Palace · Port · War Camp · Watch Tower|