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This article is about the Batlle of New Orleans civilization. For other uses, see United States (disambiguation).

The United States is a civilization exclusive to the Battle of New Orleans scenario, part of the Historical Battles in Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition. It is a different civilization to the other versions of the civilization.

They can train Regulars (Musketeer counterpart) and Volunteers (Skirmisher counterpart) at the Barracks, and Grenadiers, Falconets, Culverins, Mortars, and Rockets at the Artillery Foundry.

They are lead by General Jackson.

In-game dialogue[]

American units speak American English.

Female Settler
  • Select 1 I'm ready
  • Select 2 Yes?
  • Select 3 What can I do
  • Move 1 I'll do it
  • Move 2 I'm going now
  • Move 3 Right
  • Attack 1 Attack!
  • Attack 2 I'll attack!
  • Attack 3 Right!
Heavy Cannon, Minuteman, Mortar, Regular, Volunteer, Rocket and male Settler

These units use dialogue files of Black Family Estate, which are, in turn, recycled Major Cooper's dialogue files with the pitch raised slightly.

  • Select 1 I'm ready
  • Select 2 Yes?
  • Select 3 What is your command?
  • Move 1 I'll do it
  • Move 2 I'm going now
  • Move 3 Right
  • Attack 1 Attack!
  • Attack 2 To battle!
Culverin, Dragoon, Falconet, Grenadier

These units use recycled George Armstrong Custer's dialogue files with the pitch raised slightly.

  • Select 1 I'm ready
  • Select 2 Yes?
  • Move 1 I'll do it
  • Move 2 I'm going now
  • Move 3 Right
  • Attack 1 Attack!
  • Attack 2 To battle!
Hussar

Uses dialogue files of George Armstrong Custer.

  • Select 1 I'm ready
  • Select 2 Yes
  • Select 3 What is your command?
  • Move 1 I'll do it
  • Move 2 I'm going now
  • Move 3 Right
  • Attack 1 Attack!
  • Attack 2 To battle!

Trivia[]

  • The United States flag is the 15-star, 15-stripe Star Spangled Banner Flag. This version of the flag was adopted by the United States in 1795 to symbolize the admission of Vermont and Kentucky to the union, and during the War of 1812 its presence over Fort McHenry inspired the poem that would later become the United States' national anthem.
  • With update 23511 and the introduction of the United States, the Volunteers were renamed to Revolutionary Sharpshooters, but preserve their original name in the Battle of New Orleans scenario.
  • At the launch of the Definitive Edition, General Jackson was named American General.
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