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Imperium IV - Imperial Battles is the fourth title in the Imperium series, sequel to Celtic Kings: Rage of War (known in Italy and Spain as Imperium I - The Gallic War), Celtic Kings: The Punic Wars (known in Italy as Imperium II - The Punic wars or in Spain as Imperium - Conquest of Hispania) and Imperium III: Great Battles of Rome.

The game is suggested to be developed by Haemimont Games and published by FX Interactive. It gives the player playing access to 14 playable factions.

Main menu

  • Tutorial
  • Campaigns (returned from the second chapter)
  • Great Battles
  • Conquest
  • Strategic battle (implementation from GBR Tactics)
  • Imperivm Tournament
  • Editor

Major Improvements

  • New factions: Athens, Sparta, Macedon, Persia, India and China.
  • Old factions age going to be slightly modified, but will remain the same in general.
    • All Carthaginian units (except generals and elephants), +500 HP;
    • All basic archers, +5 attack and +5 defense;
    • Archer Woman, Triple Hit;
  • New units for all factions (except Germania);
  • New order at the Temple of Osiris: Testament of the Gods; it costs 2000 gold, requires Offering to Osiris, and when active, all heroes of level 12 or above gain a Golden Ankh (+500 health and +8 defense);
  • Soundtrack from historic thematic movies and games (Alexander, Gladiator, Europa Universalis, Rome Total War, Sparta etc.) may be included, recreating the specific atmosphere of the period.
  • Major factions will no longer have "generic" heroes. Minor ones are to keep them, but they will also have at least one historical personality.
  • Campaigns will most likely start with Philip's invasion in Thrace and Hellas and will end with Marcus Aurelius' Vindobonna campaign (approximately 350BC - 180AD) for maximum historical accuracy. There may be some additional battles before and after the selected period.
  • New formations and special abilities - pilum throw for most Roman infantry, syntagma (phalanx) for all phalangites, testudo for legionary infantry. Also cuneal formation (normal and reverse) is featured.

Factions

The factions confirmed in the game are 14.

  • Republican Rome
  • Imperial Rome
  • Gaul
  • Carthage
  • Hispania
  • Egypt
  • Britain
  • Germany
  • Athens
  • Sparta
  • Macedon
  • Persia
  • India
  • China

Factions synopsis

Republican Rome

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General 1000 gold 40 16
Legionary 100 gold 200 16 12 Immunity
Archer 80 gold 150 20 0 Special Defence
Velite 200 gold 18 8 Expert Attack Istruction
Gladiator
Princep 300 gold 16 16 Vitality Special Attack
Equites 200 gold 20 12 Rage Special Defence
Tribun 200 gold 18 8 Expert Attack Istruction
Priest 120 gold 0 10 Healing
War Chariot 400 gold 500 30 12 Freedom Ferocity Triple Hit

Imperial Rome

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General 1300 30 16
Legionary 100 gold 200 16 12 Immunity
Archer 80 gold 150 20 0 Special Defence
Gladiator 300 30 10 Expert Attack Istruction
Velite 200 18 8 Expert Attack Istruction
Princep 300 gold 16 16 Vitality Special Attack
Equites 200 20 12 Fogue
Pretorian 600 40 12 Rianimation Reflex Damage
Priest 120 0 10 Healing
Liberatus 440 40 12 Freedom Rigeneration Istruction

Egypt

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General 800 gold
Warrior 80 gold
Archer 60 gold
Axe Thrower
Axe warrior
Nile Guardian
Anubis Warrior Deadly hit
Horus Warrior Ostination
Priest 0 0
Osiris Chariot 400 gold Poison shot

Gaul

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General 1000 50 12
Warrior 200 12 6 Perforation Istruction
Archer 140 6 0 Special Attack
Doubleaxeman 220 40 8 Expert Attack Ferocity
Spearman 200 20 12 Immunity
Cavalry 300 26 8 Charge
Longswordsman
Woman Warrior 30 16 240 Deadly Hit Revenge
Druid 120 0 2 Healing Mimetism
Fand Warrior 1200 80 14 Freedom Triumph

Carthage

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General 1000 50 12
Numidian Warrior Revenge
Berber archer
Libyan Javelinman Perforation
Mauritan Warrior Containment Rage
Mace Warrior Ostination
Tuareg Rigeneration Lynxeye
Noble Thriumph
Sciaman 120 0 8 Curse
War Elephant Freedom Expanding Damage

Iberia

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General
Militian
Archer
Spearman
Cavalry
Slinger
Bull warrior
Elite Guard
Priestess
Spy Warrior

Germany

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General
Warrior
Archer Woman
Huntress
Mace Warrior
Teutonic Cavalry
Teuronic Archer
Priestess
Valchiria

Britain

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General
Warband Warrior
Warband Archer
Spearman
Javelin Warrior
Caledonian Warrior
Highlander
Druid
War Chariot
Norman Chief

Athens

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General
Warrior
Sliger
Peltast
Archer
Hoplite
Cavalry
City Guard
Priest
Chariot of Zeus Freedom

Macedon

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General
Warrior
Slinger
Archer
Hoplite
Pezhetairos
Thracian mercenary
Companion Cavalry
Priest
Chariot of Zeus Freedom

Sparta

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General
Warrior
Slinger
Peltast
Archer
Hoplite
Cavalry
Spartiate
Priest
Chariot of Zeus 1000 Freedom

Persia

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General
Khara Warrior
Sparabara Archer
Axe Warrior
Median cavalry archer Expert Shot Istruction
Iranian cavalry
Immortal
Cataphract
Median mage
Scythed chariot 1000 Freedom Expanded Damage Rigeneration

India

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General
Warrior
Longbowman
Bamboo spearman

Warrior maiden

Yoddha warrior
Tiger warrior
Brahmin
War Chariot Freedom
War Elephant Freedom

China

Name Cost Health Attack Defence Special 1 Special 2 Special 3
General
Warrior
Archer
Spearman
Cavalry
Shaolin Monk
Crossbowman
Monk
War Chariot

Campaigns

The Campaign mode covers the period from Philip's ascension (359BC) till Marcus Aurelius' death in Vindobonna (180AD). It also includes the campaigns from Imperium I and II.

  1. Rage of Kings campaign
  2. The throne of Dacia
  3. The Eagle and the Dragon
  4. Alexander the Great
  5. A Prince on a mountain
  6. The Persian Wars

Great Battles

  1. Hannibal at gates of Rome (216 BC)
  2. Boarding on Africa (202 BC)
  3. Viriatus dominates Hispania (146 BC)
  4. The siege of Numantia (134 BC)
  5. Egypt to arms (58 BC)
  6. The battle of Gergovia (52 BC)
  7. The siege on Alesia (52 BC)
  8. Augustus on the Nile (31 BC)
  9. Arminius, a rebel general (9 AD)
  10. Boudica's rebellion (60 AD)
  11. The conquest of Britannia (77 AD)
  12. Marcus Aurelius on Germania (167 BC)
  13. The Red Cliffs (208 AD)

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