This mod adds the Inca as a selectable culture in the Medieval Era. No other selectable cultures are replaced, though the Inca Independent People are replaced by the Cherokee. Otherwise the mod does not change anything outside of this specific culture.
The Inca are also part of my South America Culture Pack and my Culture Super Pack.
The Inca have their own Legacy Trait, Emblematic Quarter, and Emblematic Unit. Info below:
Legacy Trait: Mit'a: +5 Food on mountains; +4 Food on Cities per Unemployed Population in City; +5% Industry on Cities per Unemployed Population in City
Emblematic District: Terrace Farm: +5 Food; +3 Industry; +5 Food per adjacent mountain; +2 Food per adjacent Farmers Quarter; +1 Farmer Slot; Counts as Farmers Quarter; No Stability penalty; Must be built on a mountain, but does not need to be built adjacent to another district
Emblematic Unit: Mountain Slingers: Replaces Crossbowmen, with 32 Combat Strength (instead of 31 for the Crossbowmen) and 5 Movement (instead of 4 for the Crossbowmen); Receives +3 Combat Strength when fighting from higher or fortified terrain; Unlocks at War Summons (like the Crossbowmen)
If you encounter bugs, please let me know! You can find me on Reddit, Steam, and Discord under the name uncle2fire.
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This mod is compatible with my other added culture mods EXCEPT FOR the South America Pack and the Culture Super Pack. This mod has not been tested with any mods made by other creators.
Who are the Inca?
Arising in the Andes of modern central Peru, the Inca spread north and south along the mountains to build the largest pre-Columbian empire in the Americas. Their power was largely based on the control and production of plentiful food in difficult conditions, which they achieved through the use of complementary crops and terrace farms throughout the mountains. With control of food and an efficient corvee system in which taxes were paid in labor for the central state, the Inca were able to expand and complete large-scale infrastructure projects in relatively short timeframes.