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  1. Eagle warrior - Wikipedia

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    A warrior's legs would be covered with leather strips, an archaic version of greaves or shin guards. As headgear, eagle warriors wore the heads of eagles, including an open beak, and used eagle feathers as adornments. The Eagle warrior's successes in battle were rewarded with access and permission to wear luxurious jewelry and materials.

  2. Eagle Warrior - The Age of Empires Series Wiki - Age of ...

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    Eagle Warriors move quickly, have a long Line of Sight, conversion resistance, and an attack bonus against Monks. They also have an attack bonus against siege weaponsand a small anti-cavalry bonus, however, almost every other infantry unit deals bonus damage against Eagle Warriors. Essentially, they help compensate for the Aztecs', Mayans', and Incas' lack of cavalry. All of the three Native American civilizations have a distinctive buff for Eagle Warriors that comes from one of their unique technologies. Because of this, each of the three civilizations can use Eagle Warriors in a different way once they reach the Imperial Age. The Aztec unique technology Garland Wars provides +4 attack, making them better raiders, striking down an enemy Villagers with just three hits. They are a good counter to archers, cavalry, and Monks. Due to their weakness against other infantry, they are usually paired with the Aztec' infantry destroyer, the Jaguar Warrior. In The Forgotten, the Incan unique...

    A team containing Berbers: With Kasbah researched, researching Conscriptionis 25% faster.
    A team containing Goths: Eagle Warriors are created and upgraded 20% faster. Researching Tracking, Squires, and Arsonis 20% faster.
    A team containing Teutons: Eagle Warriors are more resistant to conversion.
    A team containing Lithuanians: Researching Heresy and Faithis 20% faster.

    The Conquerors

    1. The Eagle Warrior is the starting scouting unit for the Native American civilizations. 2. Aztecs: Garland Warsintroduced. 3. Mayans: El Doradointroduced. 4. Eagle Warriors have 4 attack before the Castle Age is reached, then 7. 5. Eagle Warriors have 50 HP. 6. Eagle Warriors have 2 pierce armor. 7. Eagle Warriors take 35 seconds to train. 8. Eagle Warriors move at a speed of 1.1. 9. Eagle Warriors have an attack bonus of +2 upon reaching the Castle Age.

    The Forgotten

    1. The Eagle Warrior receives a predecessor, the Eagle Scout, and hence loses its status as starting scouting unit. 2. Eagle Warriors now have 7 base attack. 3. Eagle Warriors now have 55 HP. 4. Eagle Warriors now have 3 pierce armor. 5. Eagle Warriors now train in 32 seconds. 6. The upgrade to the Eagle Warrior costs 300F/200G. 7. Eagle Warriors now have an attack bonus of +3 against cavalry and now also +1 against camel units and ships. 8. Eagle Warriors reskinned. 9. Incas: Couriersgives E...

    The African Kingdoms

    1. The upgrade to the Eagle Warrior now costs 200F/200G. 2. Eagle Warrior speed changed from 1.1 to 1.2. 3. Incas: Couriersnow gives +1/+2 armor instead of +10% movement speed.

    The three Eagle units are the only infantry units to cost more gold than foodand, in terms of gold, are the most expensive infantry units in the game. In terms of food, however, they are by far the...
    Eagle Scouts deal bonus damage against the cheat unit Saboteurbecause it is in the same unit class as ships.
    In a current bug, the Eagle Warrior is unavailable in the original game data set in 'Age of Empires II (2013)' (previously Age of Empires II HD). It is replaced with the Eagle Scout from the expans...
    The historical Eagle Warriors were unique to Aztec civilization and ranked equal to the Jaguar Warriors, both known collectively as cuāuhocēlōtl, from cuāuh- "eagle" and ocēlō-"jaguar". Their ingam...
  3. Talk:Eagle warrior - Wikipedia

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    Not wiki style. This seems like something out of a Children's textbook. it is not in an unbiased and clear style. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.186.196.216 01:11, 17 March 2010 (UTC) "Of all of the Aztec warriors, they were the most feared." There appears to be no backup for this claim.

  4. Eagle warriors or eagle knights (Classical Nahuatl: cuāuhtli [ˈkʷaːwtɬi] (singular) or cuāuhmeh [ˈkʷaːwmeʔ] (plural)) were a special class of infantry soldier in the Aztec army, one of the two leading military special forces orders in Aztec society. They were a type of Aztec warrior called a cuāuhocēlōtl [kʷaːwoˈseːloːt͡ɬ]. The word cuāuhocēlōtl derives from the eagle ...

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  6. Eagle warrior | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    All Aztec boys, both free commoners and nobility, learned about weaponry and warfare as part of their basic education. Until the age of fourteen, the education of children was in the hands of their parents, but was supervised by the authorities of their Calpulli. Periodically they attended their local temples, which tested their progress. However, only the best students could progress to become eagle warriors as they are considered as one of the nobility in Aztec Society. The empire was split in pieces: kings (thought to be gods), nobles, generals, priests, peasants, and finally slaves. Pre-Columbian Aztec society was a highly complex and stratified society that developed among the Aztecs of central Mexico in the centuries prior to the Spanish conquest of Mexico, and which was built on the cultural foundations of the larger region of Mesoamerica. Politically, the society was based around the independent city-state, called an altepetl, composed of smaller divisions (calpulli), which...

    At the age of 17, young Aztec men became warriors and entered formal military training. The recruits were expected to be brave and noble. Those who were of noble lineage also received training in religion, politics, or history by the priests. To achieve adult status, a boy had to capture his first prisoner. Aztec warriors could move up in ranking by capturing enemies. After having done 20 or more great deeds (capturing enemies), they were eligible to become either a jaguar or eagle Aztec warrior knight.

    The warriors used a number of weapons, including an atlatl, bows, spears and daggers. The Aztec blades were made by setting obsidian within wood. The stone was sharper than steel but quickly lost its edge. Firestones were flung at enemies using slings made of wool. Most Aztec weapons were intended to stun and capture opponents rather than to kill them. The uniform of Eagle warriors signified both courage on the battlefield and physical strength. The Aztecs wore a lightweight close-fitting breastplate which suited the Mesoamerican climate. Their shields were round, brightly coloured and decorated with feathers. A warrior's legs would be covered with leather strips, an archaic version of greaves. As headgear, Eagle warriors wore the heads of eagles, including an open beak, and used eagle feathers as adornments. Their slings were likely made from maguey fiber either a type of ixtle from one of the agave type maguey plants such as henequen (Agave fourcroydes).

    ↑ 1.0 1.1 Nahuatl Dictionary. (1997). Wired Humanities Project. University of Oregon. Retrieved September 5, 2012, from link
    ↑ 2.0 2.1 Sánchez-Murillo, R. (2012). La palabra universal. Ricardo Sánchez-Murillo. Retrieved September 5, 2012, from link.
    Eagle Warrior: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guerrero_%C3%A1guila
    Jaguar Warrior: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guerrero_jaguar
    Guecha Warrior: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guerrero_Guecha
  7. Eagle Warriors - Warhammer 40K Wiki - Space Marines, Chaos ...

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    The Eagle Warriors is believed to be a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Ultramarines. The Eagle Warriors is a fleet-based Chapter with no permanent homeworld on which to build its fortress-monastery. Founded during an especially anarchic period in the Imperium's history, the Eagle Warriors cite Roboute Guilliman as their Primarch and fight an endless Imperial Crusade to defend the star ...

  8. Elite Eagle Warrior - The Age of Empires Series Wiki - Age of ...

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    • Tactics
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    Elite Eagle Warriors move quickly, have a long Line of Sight, conversion resistance, and an attack bonus against Monks. They also have an attack bonus against siege weaponsand a small anti-cavalry bonus, however, almost every other infantry unit deals bonus damage against Eagle Warriors. Essentially, they help compensate for the Aztecs', Mayans', and Incas' lack of cavalry. All of the three Native American civilizations have a distinctive buff for Eagle Warriors that comes from one of their unique technologies. Because of this, each of the three civilizations can use Elite Eagle Warriors in a different way. The Aztec Garland Wars technology provides +4 attack, making them better raiders, striking down an enemy Villagers with just three hits. They are a good counter to archers, cavalry, and Monks. Due to their weakness against other infantry, they are sometimes paired with the Aztec' infantry destroyer, the Jaguar Warrior, or Arbalesters if Crossbowmen were used in the Castle Age. In...

    A team containing Berbers: With Kasbah researched, researching Conscription, El Dorado, Garland Wars, and Couriersis 25% faster.
    A team containing Goths: Elite Eagle Warriors are created 20% faster. Researching Tracking, Squires, and Arsonis 20% faster.
    A team containing Teutons: Elite Eagle Warriors are more resistant to conversion.
    A team containing Lithuanians: Researching Heresy and Faithis 20% faster.

    The Forgotten

    1. Elite Eagle Warriors reskinned. 2. Elite Eagle Warriors have +2 attack against camel units. 3. Incas: Couriersgives Elite Eagle Warriors +10% movement speed.

    The African Kingdoms

    1. Incas: Couriersnow gives +1/+2 armor instead of +10% movement speed.

    Rise of the Rajas

    1. With patch 5.7, Elite Eagle Warriors now have +3 attack against camel units.

    The three Eagle units are the only infantry units to cost more gold than foodand, in terms of gold, are the most expensive infantry units in the game. In terms of food, however, they are by far the...
    Eagle Scouts deal bonus damage against the cheat unit Saboteurbecause it is in the same unit class as ships.
    Incan Elite Eagle Warriors are tied with fully-upgraded Rattan Archers and Huskarlsfor the most pierce armor of any foot soldier in the game (10 pierce armor). They all effectively counter archer u...
    With 1.3 (1.43 with Squires), Elite Eagle Warriors are the fastest moving infantry in the game.
  9. Taylan | Raven - CBBC TV series Wiki | Fandom

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    Taylan (Angus Taylor) is an Eagle warrior from Raven: The Secret Temple who helped his team get the most stones, but was eliminated at the Snake Charmer after selecting the wrong basket. Year of Birth: Quest Team: Eagles Nickname: The Flash Home: San Francisco, California, USA Abilities: Super speed, can travel through time After last year's exit in the citadel, Taylan was struck by lightning ...

  10. Ator - Wikipedia

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    The first film in the series is 1982's Ator l'invincibile, translated into English as Ator the Invincible. It was released in America as Ator, The Fighting Eagle. As the film opens Ator asks his father for permission to marry his sister. Ator's father tells Ator that he is adopted and so he can marry his sister if he likes.

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