|Battering Ram (Greek)|
|Greek Siege Unit|
|Age Available||Silver Age|
|Train Time||22 s.|
|Armor vs. infantry||0.30 (0)|
|Armor vs. ranged||0.85|
|Armor vs. cavalry||0.30 (0)|
|Bonus vs. buildings||5.0 (6.0)|
- A sturdy war machine, the Battering Ram smashes into walls and buildings with incredible force.
- Bronze Age
- Silver Age
- Golden Age
The Battering Ram was an ancient siege engine built to break open masonry walls and break wooden gates. In early models it was simply a large log carried by multiple men and swung at gates using momentum to open said gates. Later, they would be rolled with wheels, suspended with rope, and have a arrow resistant canopy. Eventually the Battering Ram became obsolete due to the introduction of gunpowder.
- Battering Rams were also used to break hard rocks in mines and quarries.
- per pop the Greek Ram has one of the highest DPS against buildings. They are also cheaper.