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- Barbarossa's March: Constantinople's north docks are protected by Sea Walls and Gates. (Only in the Definitive Edition)
- The Walls of Constantinople: The Docks of Constantinople are protected by Sea Walls and Gates.
- The Fall of Rome: There are Sea Walls and Gates protecting the Docks of Aquileia.
- The Breath of the Dragon: Orsova is defended by a Sea Gate with 400 health. (Only in the Definitive Edition)
- Like the Sea Wall, the Sea Gate the Sea Gate was absent in The Conquerors's scenario editor, limiting its appearances in the game (without modding) to the Attila the Hun campaigns. Unlike the Sea Wall, however, the Sea Gate is also not present in The Forgotten's scenario editor and only appears as a scenario editor object in the Definitive Edition.
- With The Forgotten, the game's data files reveal that the Sea Gate had its attributes altered and was converted into the Palisade Gate.
- Before the Definitive Edition, the Sea Gate's appearance was an amalgamation of Palisade Walls stacked on top of each other (for the sides) and a regular Gate's texture (for the middle). the Definitive Edition's Sea Gate is similarly cobbled together: Its graphics are are composed of a Chain with a Sea Wall on each of its sides.
|Unconstructable buildings in Age of Empires II|
|The Age of Kings|
|Bridge · Cathedral · Dome of the Rock · Great Pyramid · Mosque · Pavilion · Pyramid · The Accursed Tower · Sea Gate · Sea Tower · Sea Wall · The Tower of Flies · Trade Workshop · Yurt|
|Amphitheatre · Aqueduct · Arch of Constantine · City Wall · Colosseum · Fire Tower · Fortified Palisade Wall · Fortress · Gol Gumbaz · Poenari Castle · Quimper Cathedral · Temple of Heaven · Wooden Bridge|
|The African Kingdoms|
|Barricade · Fence · Granary · Hut · Palace · Fortified Tower · Storage · Tent|
|Rise of the Rajas|
|Army Tent · Sanchi Stupa|
|The Last Khans (Definitive Edition)|
|Aachen Cathedral · Chain · City Gate · Dormition Cathedral · Rock Church · Sankore Madrasah · Shrine · Tower of London|
|Lords of the West|
|Dawn of the Dukes|
|Dynasties of India|
|Minaret of Jam|