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    The Cumans are classified as a cavalry civilization. Their cavalry is strong, having fully upgraded Hussars, Paladins, and Steppe Lancers, as well as the Steppe Husbandry unique technology, which makes the Scout Cavalry line and Steppe Lancer train 50% faster; furthermore, their cavalry move 5%/10%/15% faster in the Feudal/Castle/Imperial Age. Curiously enough, they are the only camel civilization that doesn't have access to the Heavy Camel Rider. Their Cavalry Archers are among the best in the game, with fast-firing Kipchaks and Steppe Husbandry allowing the Cavalry Archer line to be created 100% faster; however, their lack of Bracer makes them weaker in the Imperial Age. Foot archers, on the other hand, are rather weak, due to the lack of Bracer, Arbalester and Hand Cannoneer. Their infantry is ordinary - all of the upgrades for infantry are available, but they don't have access to any civilization-specific technology for infantry. Their siege units have an advantage in the form o...

    Unique units

    1. Kipchak: Multi-shot cavalry archer.

    Unique technologies

    1. Steppe Husbandry: Scout Cavalry line, Steppe Lancers and Cavalry Archers are trained 50%faster. 2. Cuman Mercenaries: Team members can create 10 free Elite Kipchaks in the Castle.

    Civilization bonuses

    1. Can build an additional Town Center in the Feudal Age. 2. Siege Workshop and Battering Ram available in the Feudal Age, Capped Ram upgrade available in the Castle Age. 3. Cavalry moves 5%/10%/15% faster in the Feudal/Castle/Imperial Age.

    Definitive Edition

    1. Initially can research Husbandry. With update 34055, it was removed from their technology tree. 2. Initially can research Redemption. With update 36202, no longer have access to the Redemption technology. 3. Initially, cavalry moves 10% faster starting in the Feudal Age. With Update 34055, the bonus was staggered to 5%/10%/15% in the Feudal/Castle/Imperial Age. 4. Initially Kipchaks have 1.8 ROF. With Update 34055, they now have 2.2 ROF. 5. Initially (Elite) Kipchaks have 50 (55) HP. With...

    Cuman units speak Crimean Tatar, a Kipchak Turkic language spoken by their namesake in Crimea, today disputed between Russia and Ukraine. Historically, the Cumans spoke their namesake Kipchak language which was recorded in the Codex Cumanicusand become extinct in 1770, leaving Crimean Tatar as one of its closest surviving relatives. Even though Crimean Tatar is closely related to Siberian Tatar and Volga Tatar (spoken by the Tatars), they belong to different subgroups: Crimean Tatar (along with the extinct Cuman) to the Kipchak-Cuman group, Siberian Tatar to the Kipchak-Nogai group, and Volga Tatar to the Kipchak-Bulgar group. That being said, all three of them are nonetheless distantly related to the Oghuz language spoken by the Turks. 1. Evät?(Эвәт) – Yes? 2. Saläm(Саләм) – Hello 3. Buyrıgıñız?(Буйрыгыңыз?) – Your order? 4. Anukmän– (Анукмән) I'm ready 5. Maratbäy(Маратбәй) 6. Barurmän(Барурмән) – I (shall) arrive 7. Anladum(Анладум) – I understood 8. Bir ançaydermän(Бир анчайдерм...

    When playing a random map game against the computer, the player may encounter any of the following Cuman AI characters: 1. Aepa: A Cuman khan; died around 1120. 2. Alp Tarkhan: A Khazar general who was active in the early 8th century on the war against the Arabs. 3. Altunopa: One of the many clans who made up the Cuman-Kipchak confederation. Their name means "Gold Clan". 4. Boniak the Mangy: A Cuman chieftain in the late 11th and early 12th century who allied with the Byzantines against the nomadic Pechenegs and later made war against the 'Rus and Hungary. 5. Bulan Khagan: A Khazar king who led the Khazars to convert into Judaism sometime between the 8th and 9th century. 6. Danylo Kobiakovych: A Cuman khan in the 1220s. 7. Ildeya Khan:​​​​​​ A Pecheneg prince; lived around 975. 8. Konchak Otrakovich: A Cuman khan, who was involved in wars and raids with the Russians and united the western and eastern Cuman-Kipchak tribes. 9. Kotyan Khan: The main character of the Cumans' campaign. H...

    The Cumans are the only civilization who can build an extra Town Center, Siege Workshops and Battering Rams from the Feudal Age. Also, they are the only civilization with access to Camel Riders who...
    The Cumans, along with the Goths, are the only civilizations who cannot build Stone Walls. Also, they, along with the Malians, are the only civilizations that have access to Siege Onagers, but lack...
    The Cumans' civilization icon is based on masks worn by Cuman-Kipchak warriors.
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