Age Of Mythology Units
Transport Ship---For transporting units and seige weapons
Anubite---In Age of Mythology, the Anubite is a foot soldier. He uses his leaping ability to leap over armies or close the distance between itself and an attacker. The Anubite is a melee unit, and fights with two curved daggers.
Apep--- An alligator like unit with no front arms only hind legs
? Avenger---A combination of a bird and a man, which spins, hitting nearby units (special attack), 2 swords in each hand.
Egyptian Hero---The Egyptian Deity, ?Osiris?. Osiris was the ruler of the Land of the Dead. He was also known as the God of Fertility and Vegetation.
Mummies---In Age of Mythology, the Mummy is a melee soldier. There are no apparent weapons, and the mummy is known to move at a sluggish pace - but don't be fooled ,but they will probably pack a decent punch.
? Phoenix---A flying bird acts as a scout.
Scorpion---Guarded the organs of the dead and breathed fire.
Sphinx---There are a few types of Sphinxes their role in AoM is unknown
Archer(s)---The primary ranged unit(one looks armored, one doesn't)
Camel Rider---In previous Age games, the camel rider is the Egyptian's counter cavalry unit. They attack from close range with a long sword ?scimitar?
Egyptian Chariot---Kind of like a mounted spearman but is on a chariot.
Egyptian Catapult---As in previous Age games, the Catapults are rock-hurling siege engines used to raze enemy buildings, fortifications or scare the crap out of the groups of archers.
Egyptian Cavalry---A weak looking guy on a horse with a sword(probably in the early ages)
Trade Cart---The marketing system in AoM is similar in principle to that of Age of Kings. Trade carts are used to transport goods back and forth between two allied markets.
Pikeman----Probably the same propose as previous games
Slinger---This unit is almost identical to the swordsman, except it fights with a ranged sling attack.
Swordsman---Egyptians base infantry unit, the swordsman.
Egyptian Villager---And here is the Egyptian builder, farmer, miner hunter, gatherer, etc.
Centaurs---Centaurs are creatures with the body of a horse, but the head and torso of a man. In Age of Mythology, they'll probably have the speed of a horse, combined with the agility and attack of infantry units.
? Chimera--- In Age of Mythology, the Chimera will probably breath fire as well as benefit from a fast, or double attack because of it's two heads.
Cyclops---They were strong, stubborn and had a single distinctive eye on their foreheads. He has a big wooden club.
Talos---Talos, a Bronze Giant. He was also known to emit fire.
Medusa---Medusa's gaze had the power of turning even the most fierce of warrior into stone, but was outwitted by Perseus who used a reflective shield against her.
Minotaur---In Age of Mythology, Minotaur is a heavy foot soldier. He fights with a large axe and head butts the target unit to finish it off.
Pegasus---Pegasus is a Greek scout and probably does the same as the Norse's/Egyptian's scout.
Infantry---A heavily armored infantry unit (probably like the 2 handed swordsmen in Age of Kings).
?Men-at-Arm?---A unit with only a shield and sword, looks defenceless
?Light Infantry?---A lightly armored unit like the men-at-arms in Age of Kings?
?Heavy Infantry?---A heavily armored unit like a champion in Age of Kings
Cavalry---This is the
mounted version of the Greek Heavy Infantry.
Chariot Archer---Kind of makes you rembember the ones in Age of Empires: Rise of Rome
Greek Warship---Greek warship with no sails up, so it must be stopping.
Mounted Spearman---It would be a spearman on a horse. This mounted unit doesn't have much armor, but is compensated by the speed and hit points of the horse.
Scorpian---Probably the same as the scorpians' in Age of Kings and Balistas' in Age of Empires.
Infantry---This lightly armored foot soldier is probably a unit like the long swordsmen from Age of Kings.
Greek Villager---And here is the Greek builder, farmer, miner hunter, ?worshiper?
Fire Giant---The Fire Giants in Age of Mythology are large, imposing figures. Permanently surrounded by a shroud of fire, they leave flaming marks in their wake.
? Frost Giant---In Age of Mythology, the Frost Giants cause no direct damage. However, their ability to freeze units for a short period of time can render a whole army useless in seconds.
A Norse Rock Giant?---??
Hero---The Norse get heroes by upgrading standard units after a certain number of kills.
Archer---Basic Norse ranged unit.
Group of Norse polemen/pikeman---Basic infantry unit with long pointy poles.
Cavalry---The basic Cavalry unit for Norse.
Cavalry---Light nor little armour
Cavalry---With a big long pole.
? The Raven---Acts as a Norse scout.
Could be a Transport---For transporting units and seige weapons
Age of Mythology is a product by Ensemble Studios, Microsoft