|Base cost||120 Wealth, 60 Timber|
|Ramping cost||40 Wealth|
|Construction time||66.6 seconds|
|Line of sight||10|
|Available to||All factions|
This stately building represents the residential neighbourhoods of the upper crust in society. Given the bonds between military prowess and the aristocracy, it also goes without saying that the most powerful warriors have their abode here, ready to do your bidding.
Functioning more like a mess hall for military staff than a mansion for the elite, a Syssiton is an upgrade of the Noble Residence for the Chremonidean League. The Syssiton is notable for being buildable in Small Cities, just like a Peasant Dwelling, so you can easily erect these in newly established Settlements without any fuss, thus making your frontier towns more secure by being able to summon elite units at moment's notice, rather than having to first upgrade the town in order to have the manpower necessary. An added bonus is that unlike the Noble Residence or the Peasant Dwelling, the Syssiton does not defect to the enemy the moment its host city falls.
A Broch is a unique building for the British Celts, and is essentially a mini-fort that is costlier (base cost 130 Metal, 60 Timber ;and ramp of 40), but provides +2 Wonder Points and is substantially tougher, stronger, and has a limited ranged attack.
|Basic Units||Level 1 Reforms||Level 2 Reforms|
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