Honour the Brave
- +5% morale for all units
- +25% income from looting settlements
Regardless of their rank or social standing, Caesar made a habit of honouring the bravery of his soldiers. Many names and deeds are recorded in his Commentaries on the Gallic Wars. From the centurion Publius Sextius Baculus, who even though severely wounded reformed his cohort against the Nervii at a pivotal point in battle, to the eagle bearer who strengthened the flagging resolve of his fellows, leading them onto the unknown shores of Britannia, and of course Caesar’s favoured 10th Legion.