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This article is about the building in Age of Empires II. For the building in other games of the series, see Wonder.

Building a Wonder of the World demonstrates the superiority of your civilization. Constructing a Wonder that stands for a certain period of time is one way to win the game.
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The Wonder is a special building in Age of Empires II that becomes available upon reaching the Imperial Age. In specific game modes, the Wonder grants victory if built and defended for long enough. Wonders take considerably longer time to build compared to other buildings and cannot be converted.

Each civilization builds a Wonder of historical relevance and unique appearance.

Tactics and placement[]

Wonder icon

Wonders serve as a victory condition, but only in game modes that allow for that kind of victory. When a player starts to build a Wonder, every other player receives a notification that reveals the location of the Wonder.

The length of time it takes for a Wonder victory (which is the same as a Relic victory) varies on the size of the map.

Map size Miniature Tiny Small Medium Normal Large Huge Giant Massive Enormous Colossal Incredible Monstrous Ludicrous
Duration (years) 100 200 300 350 400 450 500
Duration (in-game time) 8:20 16:40 25:00 29:10 33:20 37:30 41:40
Duration (normal speed) 4:54 9:48 14:42 17:09 19:36 22:04 24:31
Note: all underlined map sizes are only available since update 107882 with the launch parameter "MORE_MAP_SIZES".

Wonders should be built in a well-defended area, so it is better to first build up a strong fortification composed of Castles, walls, and towers. The player must be prepared to be the focus of all enemy attacks and prepare to defend the Wonder, and a large army to defend against incoming attacks. Since the Wonder takes incredibly long to be built, it is advised to build it with as many Villagers as possible. Due to this, building a Wonder against an object, a building or map edge will slow down its maximum build rate. In team games, the support of allies while defending is highly valuable.

It is possible, though costly, to build more than one Wonder, so that if one falls, other Wonders can stand for the time required to win the game. Every Wonder has its own countdown, though only the lowest one for each player will be displayed. Although extremely unlikely, if multiple players finished their Wonder at the same time (to the frame), the player in the highest slot (regardless of color) wins once the countdown ends.

A Monument can be found in the Scenario Editor and some campaigns. Its appearance varies for each civilization and has the same icon and design as a given civilization's Wonder. It has 9999 hit points, making it one of the bulkiest buildings in the game, although this is moot as Monuments cannot be damaged.

List of Wonders[]

AoE2-DLCicon-0 The Age of Kings[]

Britons AoE2 Britons

The Aachen Cathedral and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Aachen Cathedral (before the Definitive Edition), became its own building: Aachen Cathedral

Campaign appearances:


The Chichester Cathedral and its real-life counterpart

Wonder: Chichester Cathedral (since the Definitive Edition)

Campaign appearances:

Byzantines AoE2 Byzantines

The Hagia Sofia and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Hagia Sophia

Campaign appearances:

Celts AoE2 Celts

The Rock of Cashel and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Rock of Cashel

Campaign appearances:

Chinese AoE2 Chinese

The Temple of Heaven and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests in the Temple of Heaven complex

Campaign appearances:

Franks AoE2 Franks

The in-game Cathedral and the real-world St. Vitus Cathedral

Wonder: Either Chartres Cathedral or St. Vitus Cathedral[note 1]

Campaign appearances:

Goths AoE2 Goths

The Mausoleum of Theodoric and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Mausoleum of Theodoric

Campaign appearances:

Japanese AoE2 Japanese

The Tōdai-ji Temple and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Great Buddha Hall (daibutsuden) at the Tōdai-ji temple complex

Campaign appearances:

Mongols AoE2 Mongols

The Great Tent of Genghis Khan and a medieval depiction of the tent

Wonder: Great Tent of Genghis Khan

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Persians AoE2 Persians

The Taq Kasra Palace and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Taq Kasra Palace (Arch of Ctesiphon)

Campaign appearances:

Saracens AoE2 Saracens

The Great Mosque of Samara and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Great Mosque of Samarra

Campaign appearances:

Teutons AoE2 Teutons

The Maria Laach Abbey and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Maria Laach Abbey

Campaign appearances:

Turks AoE2 Turks

The Selimiye Mosque and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Selimiye Mosque

Campaign appearances:

Vikings AoE2 Vikings

The Borgund Stave Church and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Borgund Stave Church

Campaign appearances:

AoE2-DLCicon-1 The Conquerors[]

Aztecs AoE2 Aztecs

The Great Pyramid of Tenochtitlan and a render of its real life counterpart

Wonder: Great Pyramid of Tenochtitlan

Campaign appearances:

Huns AoE2 Huns

The Arch of Constantine and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Arch of Constantine

Koreans AoE2 Koreans

The Hwangnyong Temple and a miniature reconstruction of the temple

Wonder: Hwangnyong Temple

Campaign appearances:

Mayans AoE2 Mayans

The Temple of the Great Jaguar and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Temple of the Great Jaguar (Tikal Temple I)

Campaign appearances:

Spanish AoE2 Spanish

The Torre del Oro and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Torre del Oro

Campaign appearances:

AoE2-DLCicon-2 The Forgotten[]

Incas AoE2 Incas

The Temple of the Sun and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Temple of the Sun at Machu Picchu

Campaign appearances:

Indians AoE2 Indians

The Gol Gumbaz and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Gol Gumbaz (before Rise of the Rajas), became its own building: Gol Gumbaz

Campaign appearances:

Aoe2de wonder Dravidians comparison

The Brihadisvara Temple and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Brihadisvara Temple (since Rise of the Rajas), inherited by the Dravidians

Campaign appearances:

Italians AoE2 Italians

The Genoa Cathedral and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Genoa Cathedral

Campaign appearances:

Magyars AoE2 Magyars

The Corvin Castle and its real-life counterpart

Wonder: Corvin Castle

Campaign appearances:

Slavs AoE2 Slavs

The Kizhi Pogost and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Kizhi Pogost

AoE2-DLCicon-3 The African Kingdoms[]

Berbers AoE2 Berbers

The Hassan Tower and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Hassan Tower

Campaign appearances:

Ethiopians AoE2 Ethiopians

The Biete Amanuel and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Biete Amanuel

Campaign appearances:

Malians AoE2 Malians

The Great Mosque of Djenné and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Great Mosque of Djenné

Campaign appearances:

Portuguese AoE2 Portuguese

The Belém Tower and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Belém Tower

Campaign appearances:

AoE2-DLCicon-4 Rise of the Rajas[]

Burmese AoE2 Burmese

The Shwezigon Pagoda and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Shwezigon Pagoda

Campaign appearances:

Khmer AoE2 Khmer

The Angkor Wat and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Bakan (central shrine/Third Gallery) of the Angkor Wat temple complex

Campaign appearances:

Malay AoE2 Malay

The Kalasan Temple and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Kalasan Temple

Campaign appearances:

Vietnamese AoE2 Vietnamese

The Bút Tháp Temple and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Bút Tháp Temple

Campaign appearances:

AoE2-DLCicon-5 The Last Khans[]

Bulgarians AoE2 Bulgarians
Round church wonder

The Round Church and a miniature reconstruction of the church

Wonder: Round Church

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Cumans AoE2 Cumans
Sarkel fortress wonder

The Sarkel Fortress and an artistic depiction of the fortress

Wonder: Sarkel Fortress

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Lithuanians AoE2 Lithuanians
Trakai castle wonder

The Trakai Island Castle's Ducal Palace and its real-life counterpart

Wonder: Ducal Palace of Trakai Island Castle

Campaign appearances:

Tatars AoE2 Tatars
Ulugh beg wonder

The Ulugh Beg Observatory and a miniature reconstruction of the observatory

Wonder: Ulugh Beg Observatory

Campaign appearances:

AoE2Icon-LordsWest Lords of the West[]

Burgundians AoE2 Burgundians
Burgundian wonder vs real life

The Brussels Town Hall and its real-life counterpart

Wonder: Brussels Town Hall

Sicilians AoE2 Sicilians
Sicilian wonder vs real life

The Monreale Cathedral and its real-life counterpart

Wonder: Monreale Cathedral

Campaign appearances:

Dawn of the Dukes icon Dawn of the Dukes[]

Bohemians AoE2 Bohemians
PowderTower Wonder

The Powder Tower and its real-life counterpart

Wonder: Powder Tower

Poles AoE2 Poles
WawelCathedral Wonder

The Wawel Cathedral and its real-life counterpart

Wonder: Wawel Cathedral

Campaign appearances:

AoE2Icon-DynastiesIndia Dynasties of India[]

Bengalis AoE2 Bengalis
Aoe2de wonder Bengalis comparison

The Somapura Mahavihara and its real-life counterpart

Wonder: Somapura Mahavihara

Campaign appearances:

Dravidians AoE2 Dravidians
Aoe2de wonder Dravidians comparison

The Brihadisvara Temple and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Brihadisvara Temple, inherited from the Indians

Campaign appearances:

Gurjaras AoE2 Gurjaras
Aoe2de wonder Gurjaras comparison

The Somnath Temple and its real-life counterpart

Wonder: Somnath Temple

Campaign appearances:

Hindustanis AoE2 Hindustanis
Aoe2de wonder Hindustanis comparison

The Humayun's Tomb and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Humayun's Tomb

Campaign appearances:

AoE2Icon-ReturnRome Return of Rome[]

Romans AoE2 Romans

The Colosseum and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Colosseum

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AoE2Icon-MountainRoyals The Mountain Royals[]

Armenians AoE2 Armenians
AoE2DE Wonder Armenians comparison

The Etchmiadzin Cathedral and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Etchmiadzin Cathedral

Georgians AoE2 Georgians
AoE2DE Wonder Georgians comparison

The Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and its real life counterpart

Wonder: Svetitskhoveli Cathedral

Further statistics[]

Hit points Masonry aoe2de Masonry (+10%)
ArchitectureDE Architecture (+10%)
Armor Masonry aoe2de Masonry (+1/+1, +3 building armor)
ArchitectureDE Architecture (+1/+1, +3 building armor)
Line of Sight TownWatchDE Town Watch (+4)
TownPatrolDE Town Patrol (+4)
Build speed TreadmillCraneDE Treadmill Crane (+20%)
Other UniqueTechImperialDE Atheism (adds 100 years to Wonder victories for all players, Huns only)
Civilization bonuses
Hit points Byzantines AoE2 Byzantines (+40%)
Damage resistance Georgians AoE2 Georgians (-20% {-40% instead of -25%} when fighting from higher elevation)
Resource cost Incas AoE2 Incas (-15% stone)
Malians AoE2 Malians (-15% wood)
Build speed Romans AoE2 Romans (+5%)
Spanish AoE2 Spanish (+20%)
Other Romans AoE2 Romans (+5% repair speed)
Team bonuses
Other Georgians AoE2 Georgians (-25% repair cost)

Supplementary bonuses[]


AoE2-DLCicon-0 The Age of Kings
  • Wonders are always revealed on the map, regardless of victory condition.
  • Britons AoE2 Britons: The Wonder is the Aachen Cathedral.
AoE2-DLCicon-1 The Conquerors
  • Wonders are only revealed on the map on Standard Victory conditions.
  • Wonders are indicated on the minimap as a white spot.
AoE2-DLCicon-2 The Forgotten
  • Incas AoE2 Incas and Italians AoE2 Italians: The Wonder is partially edited from other buildings in the game.
  • Indians AoE2 Indians: The Wonder is the Gol Gumbaz.
  • Magyars AoE2 Magyars: The Wonder is a modified, smaller version of the Hunyad Castle.
AoE2-DLCicon-4 Rise of the Rajas
AoEIIDE icon Definitive Edition
  • Britons AoE2 Britons: The Wonder is the Chichester Cathedral. The Aachen Cathedral remains available in the Scenario Editor.
  • Incas AoE2 Incas and Italians AoE2 Italians: The Wonder has a unique model made from scratch, but it is still based on the same real-life buildings.
  • Magyars AoE2 Magyars: The Wonder is a full version of the Hunyad Castle.
AoE2Icon-DynastiesIndia Dynasties of India
  • Upon the split of Indians, Dravidians inherit their Wonder.
  • Wonders get a new armor class 0.


  • The Wonder is one of two constructable building that does not have Armor class: Standard building, along with the Fish Trap.
  • The Wonder is the only standard item in the game to cost three different resources. Scenario triggers can be used to make buildings which cost three resources, as happens with the buildable Quimper Cathedral in Unholy Marriage, which also costs Wood, Gold and Stone.
  • A few Wonders are repurposed as other buildings in the Scenario Editor: The Arch of Constantine in Rome, edited from the Hunnic Wonder; the Gol Gumbaz and Aachen Cathedral, previously used as the Indian and Briton Wonder, the Mosque, identical in appearance to the Turkish Wonder, the Cathedral, which is a larger version of the former Briton Wonder (and actually was created first during development), the Temple of Heaven, which is a larger and more decorated version of the Chinese Wonder, the Monument, which is a building used in King of the Hill and uses the same designs as the Wonder, The Amphitheatre, which had its model used as the Roman Wonder; and in the HD Edition, the Palace, which is identical to the Wonder except in the case of the Malians, Ethiopians, and Portuguese, where it resembles previous Wonder models that were later discarded or reworked.
  • Most Wonders that don't appear in any scenario and aren't part of any objectives, have at least one scenario where they can be built at the player's discretion. This includes the Hunnic, Berber, Burgundian, Bohemian and Armenian Wonders. The only Wonder that has no way to appear in the campaigns is the Slavic Wonder, as it doesn't appear as part of any scenario, and the only two scenarios where the player plays as the Slavs in the Vlad Dracula campaign don't allow for construction of a Wonder.
  • The icon depicts the Turkish Wonder.
  • The Wonder description from the manual references the old Briton Wonder (Charlemagne's Palace was destroyed, but a part of it remains as part of the Aachen Cathedral), the Frankish Wonder (connecting it to the Chartres Cathedral, despite certain elements resembling the St. Vitus Cathedral) and the Byzantine Wonder.
AoE2-DLCicon-0 The Age of Kings
  • The original Briton Wonder is located in Aachen, in modern Germany. It was constructed by Charlemagne and was used as the place of coronation for over thirty German Kings and Holy Roman Emperors. As such, it has little, if any, connections to any nations that could be considered Britonnic.
  • The Frankish Wonder's appearance is anachronistic. St. Vitus Cathedral's Western portal featured in game was finished in the late 1920's. This building is located in Prague - Czech Republic. It is also worth noting that St. Vitus's Cathedral is actually a Bohemian cathedral, ordered by Wenceslaus the 1st after he had acquired a holy relic, Saint Vitus' arm, from Emperor Henry I, Emperor of Francia.
  • The Turkish Wonder was influenced by the Byzantine Wonder.
AoE2-DLCicon-1 The Conquerors
  • The Hun Wonder was actually built by the Romans, though it might be a testament of the Huns being one of the barbarian tribes who pushed the Western Roman Empire into decline, as shown by the Huns' loot filling it. The looted state of the Wonder, however, is contradictory to history, as the Huns never reached the city where the Arch is located, which is Rome itself.
    • This is true of the Hunnic empire of Attila, at least. Some Huns would follow Belisarius on his campaign into Italy, which included the conquest of the city of Rome.
  • The Spanish Wonder is usually credited to the Berber Almohad Caliphate, though its in-game appearance includes elements built after its Castilian takeover.
AoE2-DLCicon-2 The Forgotten
  • The Italian Wonder was originally created for the Age of Chivalry: Hegemony mod, where it serves as the Genoese "Monument", the Wonder equivalent in the mod. Other structures that originate from the mod include the Fortress and Quimper Cathedral.
    • The top of the Spanish Wonder is reused for the Italian Wonder.
  • The base of the Celt Wonder was slightly altered and reused as a base for the Mediterranean style Castles.
  • The Slav Wonder is anachronistic, as the Kizhi Pogost was not built until the 17th century (outside Age of Empires II's timeframe). A more accurate choice would've been the Moscow Kremlin when it was a limestone citadel, the Dormition Cathedral, or the Ferapontov Monastery.
    • Notably, the Russian Mod that preceded The Forgotten and served as basis for the Slavic civilization used a model of St. Basil's Cathedral (near the Kremlin, and often mistaken for it by Westerners), which had been taken from the game Cossacks, and would be a more appropriate choice since St. Basil's was built in 1555-1561 (barely within Age of Empires II's timeframe) to commemorate the Russian conquest of the Tatar Khanates of Kazan and Astrakhan. It is possible that Kizhi Pogost was chosen as the new Wonder because it resembles St. Basil's, but also looks different enough to avoid accusations of plagiarism.
  • Similarly, the first Indian mod actually used the Gol Gumbaz's contemporary but much more famous Taj Mahal (1632) as the Indian Wonder.
AoE2-DLCicon-3 The African Kingdoms
  • The Berber Wonder is actually an incomplete building, being the minaret of an unfinished mosque and has only half of its intended height. The Hassan Tower has two finished "twin" minarets in Seville, Spain (Giralda) and Marrakesh, Morocco (Kutubiyya Mosque). Since Giralda was reformed extensively in later centuries, Kutubiyya is the only resembling what a finished Hassan Tower would have looked like.
  • The design of the Malian Wonder is anachronistic by necessity. It is based on the current appearance of the Great Mosque of Djenne, but the mosque was rebuilt in the early 20th century. The original mosque would likely have looked different, but no records exist that describe its appearance, so it remains unknown. The architect of the original mosque was from Egypt, so it is possible that it would have been similar to medieval Egyptian mosques in appearance.
  • The Ethiopian Wonder in the real world is a monolithic underground rock-cut church, so ideally it should be built by digging the soil, cutting and sculpting an underground rock and digging a passage from above to the church's front door.
  • The Portuguese Wonder appears in the Portuguese Home City in Age of Empires III.
AoE2-DLCicon-4 Rise of the Rajas
  • Gol Gumbaz is the first Wonder to be replaced by another Wonder. Aside from being a better fit for the time period, Brihadisvara Temple also fit in better with the newly developed Indians-specific architecture set.
AoEIIDE icon Definitive Edition
  • The Cuman Wonder was actually built by the Khazars, an unrelated Turkic people, with assistance from the Byzantines, but taken by the Kipchaks from the Kievan Rus' in the 12th century. Although the Wonder having a ruined appearance in-game is likely a reference to this, the list of Cuman AI players also includes some Khazar Khans.
  • The presence of the Tower of London and the Dormition Cathedral in the Editor could be due to them being considered for new Briton and Slavic Wonder. The former was ultimately replaced with Chichester Cathedral, whereas the latter remained unchanged.
AoE2Icon-LordsWest Lords of the West
  • One wing of the Brussels Town Hall was constructed prior to the Burgundian acquisition of Brabant. The other wing was constructed during Burgundian rule, with Charles the Bold laying the first stone.
Dawn of the Dukes icon Dawn of the Dukes
  • While the Frankish Wonder makes an appearance in the Bohemian campaign as the St Vitus Cathedral within Prague, it remains the Frankish Wonder. This keeps it in line with the Age of Empires II manual, which references the Chartres Cathedral.
  • The name Powder Tower would be anachronistic, as it originates in the 17th century due to the storage of gunpowder inside of the gate.
  • The Wavel Cathedral is an amalgamate of structures covering several centuries of additions by different Polish rulers, including two reconstructions.
AoE2Icon-DynastiesIndia Dynasties of India
  • Due to having similar statistics to a Wonder, it is possible that the Minaret of Jam was considered for a Hindustani Wonder at some point in development, prior to Humayun's Tomb being selected. The Minaret of Jam (constructed in 1190) would have been a better choice since the latter is anachronistic, being constructed in 1558, and is required to be constructed in the Babur campaign (which is funny since a father is constructing his son's tomb). It is possible that the developers wanted Hindustanis to have an Indian touch, so they selected the building located in India, rather than in Afghanistan.
  • The Somnath Temple could be considered anachronistic in two different ways, being either a structure from before or after the Age of Empires II time period. This is due to it being constructed potentially very early in the first millennium, or due to several reconstructions it has gone through during its existence, with the latest one being in the twentieth century.
AoE2Icon-ReturnRome Return of Rome
  • The Roman Wonder is anachronistic due to being built prior to the Age of Empires II time period, being built in the first century. It would see use into the Middle Ages, however, even being repurposed as a Castle and having a Chapel built inside of it.
    • Less anachronistic choices for the Roman Wonder include Old St. Peter's Basilica (built during the 4th century AD) and the Arch of Constantine (also built during the 4th century; however, a ruined version is already used by the Huns).
  • The Colosseum is the first Wonder to have previously been a different building, in the form of the Amphitheatre Scenario Editor-only building. It is also the second Wonder from the original Age of Empires to be featured as a Wonder in Age of Empires II, after the Chinese Wonder, although unlike the Temple of Heaven, it also reuses the same model as its Age of Empires counterpart.


One distinguishing cultural characteristic of the great Middle Age civilizations was architecture. Buildings in Japan, Scandinavia, Britain, Constantinople, and Arabia looked quite different and employed different construction techniques. In many cases, particularly noteworthy buildings stand as icons for the building civilization, marking it for all time as a culture that achieved greatness, if only temporarily. Examples of such Middle Age cultural icons are the Cathedral at Chartres, Charlemagne's Palace, and the Hagia Sophia at Constantinople.
Age of Empires II manual




Civilization icons are placed at the real world locations of their Wonders. The Mongol icon is at Avarga, the capital of the empire during Genghis Khan's rule.

The Frank Wonder is pinned at the location of Chartres Cathedral in France rather than St. Vitus Cathedral in Czech Republic.


  1. It is most likely the latter, since at some point in the beta, what is now the Frankish Wonder belonged to the Teutons. St. Vitus Cathedral is in Prague, which until the addition of the Bohemians was covered under the Teutons.
Buildings in Age of Empires II
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EconomicTowncenter aoe2DE Town Center · Dock aoe2de Dock · Fish trap aoe2DE Fish Trap · Mill aoe2de Mill · FarmDE Farm · Market aoe2DE Market · Lumber camp aoe2de Lumber Camp · Mining camp aoe2de Mining Camp · Feitoria aoe2DE Feitoria · Folwark Folwark · Ao2de caravanserai icon Caravanserai · AoE2 MuleCart Mule Cart
ResearchBlacksmith aoe2de Blacksmith · University AoE2 DE University
ReligiousAoE2 FortifiedChurch Fortified Church · MonasteryAoe2DE Monastery
MiscellaneousHouse aoe2DE House · Wonder aoe2DE Wonder
Military buildings
ProductionBarracks aoe2DE Barracks · Archery range aoe2DE Archery Range · Stable aoe2DE Stable · Siege workshop aoe2DE Siege Workshop · Dock aoe2de Dock
Fortified productionCastle aoe2DE Castle · Harbor aoe2de Harbor · Krepost icon updated Krepost · Aoe2-icon-donjon Donjon
TowerTowncenter aoe2DE Town Center · AoE2 FortifiedChurch Fortified Church · Outpost aoe2de Outpost · Watch Tower icon AoE2DE Watch Tower · Guard Tower icon AoE2DE Guard Tower · Keep icon AoE2DE Keep · Bombard tower aoe2DE Bombard Tower
WallPalisade wall aoe2de Palisade Wall · Palisade gate aoe2DE Palisade Gate · Stone wall aoe2de Stone Wall · Gate aoe2de Gate · Fortified wall aoe2de Fortified Wall · Gate aoe2de Fortified Gate
Scenario Editor buildings
AoE2-DLCicon-0 The Age of KingsBridge · MonasteryAoe2DE Cathedral · Wonder aoe2DE Dome of the Rock · Pyramid aoe2DE Great Pyramid · MonasteryAoe2DE Mosque · Pavilion big icon AoE2DE Pavilion · Pyramid aoe2DE Pyramid · Accursed tower aoe2DE The Accursed Tower · Accursed tower aoe2DE The Tower of Flies · Market aoe2DE Trade Workshop · Yurt thatch big aoe2DE Yurt
AoE2-DLCicon-1 The ConquerorsWonder aoe2DE Monument · SeaGateDE Sea Gate · Watch Tower icon AoE2DE Sea Tower · Sea Wall icon AoE2DE Sea Wall
AoE2-DLCicon-2 The ForgottenAmphitheatre aoe2DE Amphitheatre · Aqueduct aoe2DE Aqueduct · Wonder aoe2DE Arch of Constantine · Fortified wall aoe2de City Wall · Amphitheatre aoe2DE Colosseum · Keep icon AoE2DE Fire Tower · Palisade wall aoe2de Fortified Palisade Wall · Castle aoe2DE Fortress · Castle aoe2DE Poenari Castle · Wonder aoe2DE Quimper Cathedral · MonasteryAoe2DE Temple of Heaven · Wooden Bridge
AoE2-DLCicon-3 The African KingdomsBarricade aoe2DE Barricade · Fence aoe2DE Fence · Accursed tower aoe2DE Fortified Tower · 2de granary new icon Granary · Hut small aoe2DE Hut · Wondericon Palace (removed) · Aoe2de storage icon new Storage · Tent small aoe2DE Tent
AoE2-DLCicon-4 Rise of the RajasTent army small aoe2DE Army Tent · Wonder aoe2DE Gol Gumbaz · Wonder aoe2DE Sanchi Stupa
AoE2-DLCicon-5 The Last KhansWonder aoe2DE Aachen Cathedral · Chain aoe2DE Chain · Gate aoe2de City Gate · Wonder aoe2DE Dormition Cathedral · Wonder aoe2DE Rock Church · Wonder aoe2DE Sankore Madrasah · MonasteryAoe2DE Shrine · Wonder aoe2DE Tower of London
Dawn of the Dukes icon Dawn of the DukesAoe2de pagan shrine icon Pagan Shrine
AoE2Icon-DynastiesIndia Dynasties of IndiaWonder aoe2DE Minaret of Jam