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CaesarIA is inspired by an old-school economic strategy game, Caesar III which is a masterpiece among the games of this genre in our opinion. There are different economic strategy games and they can be broken down to subtypes but from our viewpoint Caesar encompasses planning, constructing, diplomacy and military campaigns.

Economy and Trade

Miniature model of an economy leaves the ruler no room for mistakes, under his leadership there are extractive industry (mines, sawmills, outcrop mines and farms) and production (factories, armories, wineries and brandy kitchens). And if some resource is scarce or not available, then trade with the neighbors..

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Walkthrough - Ancient Ys Vanished: The Final Chapter (Ys II) ... with Caesaria inside. The next house to the left is Brody's House, so converse with Brody, Marina, and Beth inside. Again, head left to the next place, and chat with the twins, Kris and Ceres, as well as their mother, Sheila. Finally, the last house to visit it just to the upper ...

Caesaria - Astal's House Brody - Brody's House Marina - Brody's House Beth - Brody's House Sheila - Bohtz's House Kris - Bohtz's House Celes - Bohtz's House Gila - Gila's House Leggs - Go to the Ruins of Moondoria. Go all the way East then North to find him. Note: He will give you a Short Sword if you don't have any weapons. This is worth an ...

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Walkthrough - Ancient Ys Vanished: The Final Chapter (Ys II) Once you have chosen a game mode, there are four difficulty levels to choose from: Easy, Normal, Hard, and Nightmare. Pick your poison, then start!

An armored monster dwelling around floor 1 of the Tower of Darm. Wields two swords, but wears inferior armor, making it vulnerable to even the weakest of attacks. Encountered in Darm Tower.

Ys II Walkthrough Unlike Ys I, Nightmare difficulty isn't quite so unfair in Ys II, so if you're feeling bold enough, feel free to select it, even if it is your first time through the game. It is still somewhat difficult, but this game lets you use magic at a certain point, which makes combat somewhat trivial at times.


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Things is getting tough for the governor(me) of this new roman city as I build a settlement of 650 people and make sure there is plenty of food to go around. So lets be awesome and rock this ...

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By "..less than two minutes" I meant less than seven. An attempt at a quick strategy guide for Caesar2. I forgot to mention: * Never send Caesar tributes. Instead be sure and have whatever supply ...




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Game Data

Council: Hof HaCarmel

Founded: 30 BCE (Herodian city), 1101 (Crusader castle), 1884 (Bosniak Ottoman village), 1952 (Israeli town)

Population (2015): 4,853

Game Background

Caesarea, Keysariya or Qesarya, often simplified to Keisarya, and Qaysaria, is a town in north-central Israel, which inherits its name and much of its territory from the ancient city of Caesarea Maritima. Located midway between Tel Aviv and Haifa on the coastal plain near the city of Hadera, it falls under the jurisdiction of Hof HaCarmel Regional Council. With a population of 5,343, it is the only Israeli locality managed by a private organization, the Caesarea Development Corporation, and also one of the most populous localities not recognized as a local council. The ancient city of Caesarea Maritima was built by Herod the Great about 25–13 BCE as a major port. It served as an administrative center of the province of Judaea in the Roman Empire, and later as the capital of the Byzantine province of Palaestina Prima. During the Muslim conquest in the 7th century, it was the last city of the Holy Land to fall to the Arabs.