"The Luxidoor love expensive things, jewels, rare spices and exclusive ornaments. That is also why they are the most expensive tribe in Polytopia!
The Luxidoor citizens lead very comfortable lives, draped in the finest purple silk. But will they survive outside the walls of their beloved capital?"
The Luxidoor tribe is the seventh of the 12 regular tribes in the game. Luxidoor starts with a level 3 city and a city wall instead of a starting technology.
- Tribe description
Luxidoor has ++fruit and -game.
- Fruit: Lôni fruit (mangoes)
- Land: Green fields with dark black soil
- Forests: Trees made of small cubes that look similar to pine trees
- Animals: Phantrix (elephant)
- Mountains: Pointed, green mountains with snow caps
- Cities: Red with gold ornamentation, green emeralds, and palm trees
- Helmet: White turban with a green emerald
- Color: Purple
- 2019 Tribe Day: “The price shows the quality,” the shrewd Luxidoorian Emperor states a price increase for their tribe on December 2nd. "It's insultingly low, and we're worth so much more!"
- 2020 Tribe Moon: Carts full of gold, jewels, fabrics, and incense flow out of the temple of Exigeluss, the God of Wealth, blessing even the poorest of Luxidoor with a life of extravagance. Of course, nothing is free, and the Emperor wonders what Exigeluss will ask for in return...
- Web Shop: Luxidoorians always enjoy their sparkling Diamond Tea in these lavish jars. The finest porcelain of the Luxidoor mountains adds to their irresistible beauty. If you are ever invited to a Luxidoor Tea Ceremony, be sure to not decline, as it may not be well received.
- Web Shop: The Phantrix is a huge animal that has a special place in any Luxidoorian’s heart as the backbone of their grand empire. They are seen as a valuable friend, a useful pack animal, and the base of a hearty stew. This garment commemorates the invaluable contributions of the majestic Phantrix to the wealth and prosperity of the Luxidoor tribe.
- Instagram: The luxidoor tribe are real pimps. Flexing only the finest jewelry they would rather die than be seen with anything less than exclusive silk garments.
- Steam: These wealthy snobs prefer a life of decadence from the safety of their mighty capital! A people of business, the Luxidoorian streets are lined with markets and a multitude of shopkeepers trying to peddle their wares to anyone with the cash.
- The Luxidoor start with a level 3 capital, not level 2 unlike other T0 tribes (such as Bardur). The level 3 capital produces 4 stars per turn and has a city wall for protection. The high-level capital also lets the Luxidoor to have more units in the first few turns, allowing Luxidoor to outnumber nearby enemies in the early-game. This makes Luxidoor extremely versatile, and for this reason they are considered one of the strongest tribes in the game.
- The Luxidoor cannot get an Explorer in their capital.
- Luxidoor's increased unit cap at game start additionally allows them to train more units early on, and thus expand quicker. It also allows them to easily subdue nearby foes, as having three or four warriors instead of two early on can make the difference between besieging and not besieging an enemy's capital.
- The Luxidoor resemble Sikh culture.
- In the ambience playing throughout Luxidoor lands, elephants trumpeting and what seem to be some birds chirping (or possibly grasshoppers stridulating) are heard.
- The Luxidoor will occasionally appear as an enemy tribe in-game even if they are not owned by the player. This is considered to be an Easter Egg.
- The only two tribes that do not have any starting technology are Luxidoor and Aquarion.
- Luxidoor "inherited" their trees from Kickoo. Before the release of Luxidoor, Kickoo had the trees that Luxidoor now has.
|Regular Tribes: Xin-Xi, Imperius, Bardur, Oumaji, Kickoo, Hoodrick, Luxidoor, Vengir, Zebasi, Ai-Mo, Quetzali, Yădakk|
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