- -5% agent recruitment costs
- -3% recruitment costs for all army units
- -3% upkeep costs for all armies
Propaganda can be a powerful tool. It can incite the masses to revolt against their leaders, turn a foe into an ally or vilify an entire nation. The Romans, for example, were masters of propaganda and this was especially true of their records regarding Carthage. Once they had successfully wiped Carthage from the map forever they began a campaign to damn their vanquished enemy. Many modern historians believe that the practice of child sacrifice was nowhere near as prolific as writers of the time insisted, others believing that it never happened at all and was simply a piece of Roman propaganda.