Asian Religious Alliance Design: Gelugpa

Gelug, one of the sects of Tibetan Buddhism, was founded in the early 15th century. In 1578, the Gelug Sect allied with Altan Khan of Mongolia, making Tibetan Buddhism widely spread in Mongolia. They successively allied with Altan Khan, Güshi Khan of Khoshut Khanate, and Dzungar Khanate, and had considerable influence. After the establishment of the Qing Dynasty, they actively allied with the Qing Dynasty, becoming the ally of the Qing Dynasty ruling Tibet and Mongolia, and gradually occupied the leading position of Tibetan Buddhism.

Army:Himalayan Mountaineer:A type of light archer or musket infantry that opposes light infantry units, similar to marauder mercenaries; Alternatively, they may appear as melee assault infantry (considering the fact that Asian indigenous peoples have more melee assault infantry, I tend to lean towards the previous idea,Based on the prototypes of hunters, guides, and nomads walking in the Tibetan mountains of Qinghai in the Tibetan region)

Indigenous Technology
Lama: an important figure of the Tibetan Buddhism monastery. This technology provides researchers with a Lama hero unit to the battlefield. Lamas are like Mexican priests, and are good at large-scale treatment. They can use skills similar to the Indian battle hero Nanip to improve nearby unit attributes

Tradition of Tantrism: Tibetan Buddhism advocates Tantrism, which provides more experience points. It provides experience points trickle according to the amount of food, wood and gold that researchers have. The more resources players have, the more experience points trickle

Plateau Marching: There are many plateau areas in Tibet, where professional training is required for combat. Tibetans are skilled at surviving on the plateau, and the Qing Dynasty hired a large number of Tibetan herdsmen to assist their army in marching on the Qinghai Tibet Plateau. This increases the movement speed of light infantry and ranged light cavalry.