Two questions

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  1. Senet

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    Hey again all
    I have two questions concerning the game.
    I've found old sites explaining these things, but not sure if they are up to date.
    Anyway, here they are:
    1 - Concerning milestones, do all civs benefit from other civs milestones, or do you have to chose one per tier? (for example: Tier 1 Egyptian, Tier 2 Greek, Tier 3 Babylonian, Tier 4 Egyptian ...)

    2 - How many workshops can you have overall? Is it 8 (like in the original game) or has it changed?

    Thanks for replies.
     
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  3. Ardeshir

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    Hi Senet,
    Each civ's own milestones only benefit them. However, you can select one milestone from each civ on a given civ. For example, If I'm playing Greeks, I get the benefit of all selected Greek milestones, and select an additional one each of the Babylonian/Norse/Egyptian/Persian/Celt milestones from the milestones I have already chosen on each of those civs.
    You can still have 8 workshops, and 2 advanced workshops as per the original game.
     
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    I definatly think of all my civs when selecting a milestone. Even if one may benefit the selected civ more than the other, if the other would be used by all my civs more, I choose the better overall option.
     
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  5. Senet

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    Thanks very much for your replies! Much appreciated!

    So, if I understand correctly: if I play egyptians: I benefit from all the Egyptian milestone bonuses
    + 1 milestone bonus from the greeks
    + 1 milestone bonus from the babylonians
    +1 milestone bonus from persia ... and so on.
    Am I right?
     
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    All the milestone bonuses for that civ that you choose, plus one of each of the chosen milestones from each other civ yes.
     
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    Roger that!
    That can become extremely powerful, even if they are small bonuses.
    Thanks once more (now I have a real motivation for developping my other empires haha)
     
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    Being able to do the same repeatable quests on a different faction is really useful to most folks for grinding EP/Gold at endgame. Most PvPers swap civs every game until they've played the first 6 games on a given 12 hour period, and likewise with PvE'ers farming a legendary quest they're comfortable with two or three times in a repeat period, rather than trying others they don't like. Having good economic bonuses from the other civs is a must have in higher level Crete and Legendary Questing!
     
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