Sentry patrol the home city.
A fully loaded rickshaw. There are two types, and the player can choose one of them.
One is that it moves around the city. The other is that it is parked beside the Customs House without the man and horse since the owner is going to look for a horse to pull it.
Similar to French Noblewomen and European Nice Lady. Beautiful young noblewomen in traditional Manchu costume. Her dress is more gorgeous and has differences from the current female pedestrians.
The high-level officials of Qing Dynasty ready to travel around the city to collect taxes.
A male villager wearing a bamboo hat is in a hurry to deliver the goods on his carry pole.
Similar to European Royal Coach. This sedan chair and its porters wait upon the royalty/bride beside the house.
There are a royal one (golden) and a bridal one (red), and the player can choose one of them.
Similar to the European Reverend. Traveling and preaching in the city.
There can be two types and the player can choose one of them.
Young Shinto shrine maiden. She is walking with a broom, perhaps going to sweep the ground.
Similar to the French Hunchback. A shinobi is sneaky on buildings…
Westerners who visit the Far East with merchant ships.
During Isolation in the game, they will not appear.
Similar to United States Bald Eagle. Soaring in the sky of Delhi.
White Tiger / Lion
In the cage next to the Merchants’ Guild, there is an untamed beast waiting for the monks to take care of. The player can choose either white tiger or lion the beast is.
On the tower of the Fortress an European cannon bought from the British is defending the capital of the Empire.
A Gurkha who is running fast through the street seems to be running away from something.
Require “Running Gurkha”. The rhinos are chasing that Gurkha angrily. Oh, perhaps he need a bamboo.
Haudenosaunee and Lakota
I’m not sufficiently familiar with Native American culture, so not sure which is good advice. But I think it should be possible to give the Tribal Leader, Wise Woman, Messenger and Warrior some new outfits.
Tribal Leader’s best friend.
High-quality fur, can be exchanged for something good with Europeans.
Bags, Wooden Boxes and Clay Pots
Used to store food and daily necessities.
Weapons given by Europeans in exchange for furs.
Sun-drenched Lighting (Haudenosaunee)
A beautiful sunny day in Caughnawaga.
Starry Night (Lakota)
Night fall on the Great Plains, and stars shine on the Great Council.
Some Peruvian dogs frolic in the marketplace.
The priestess come out of the Palace and preached to the people.
A flock of turkeys is raised by the Marketplace, waiting for consumers to buy them.
A group of outlanders with bows visit our great Tenochtitlan. They say they are Mayans.
A brightly colored New World parrot soaring in the sky.
Similar to Chinese Imperial Official and Plumed Archers above that implies the AoE2 and 4, the Macaw here is also an Easter egg that implies the design of AOE2’s Central America map.
Same as the Aztec Macaw.
Even though the empire is gone, it is still in this sky.
She comes to Washington D.C. for business. If the player chooses the statue of Nathaniel Black, Amelia will stop in front of the statue and reminisce for a while.
He comes in person to persuade Capitol to give more budget. If he meets Amelia, they’ll stop and chat for a while.
Academy Guards (ALL)
Similar to United States Academy Guards. The War Academy of each European civs also need them.
Iron Horse (British)
A steam locomotive on the railroad, like the one in St. Louis in the campaign.
Well dressed he is on his way to the bullring.
On sides of the street, there is thick snow and snowmen made by children.
Don’t send him to the colonies! He still has a mission in the homeland.
The others have Reverend, and the Ottomans should have Imam too.
Japanese Emissary (Portuguese)
Based on Tenshō embassy. Coming to Europe with the help of the Jesuits, he is observing this exotic country. If the player is using Portuguese to fight against Japanese, he will not appear.
A merchant leads his camel full of goods from afar.
Woman carrying a pot of water on her head.
Some Neftenya (Ethiopians) or Maigadi (Hausa) stand guard on the top floor of the Palace.
A Sebastopol Mortar is placed on the top floor of the Palace.
A fishing canoe is docked on the shore next to the Waterplace.
Thick-billed Raven (Ethiopians) and Hooded Vulture (Hausa)
Birds soaring in the sky. The former one is a corvid from the Horn of Africa and the biggest one in the world. The latter one is a kind of vulture native to sub-Saharan Africa, typically unafraid of humans and frequently gathers around habitation.