Elephants are huntable animals and sources of Food in Age of Empires, Age of Mythology and Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties.

Age of EmpiresEdit

Name Elephant
Amount of Food 300
Hit Points 45
number of hunters

Elephants are a large Food source, although they are hard to take down. At least 5 Villagers should be used when attacking elephants, as they will charge and attack when hunted. Any less than 5 villagers and you are likely to lose at least one. They contain a large amount of food and to have access to a herd is useful when you need a quick food boost, although fishing will give an equal amount of food, faster, but with no (or less) danger. Elephants do not attack if they are not targeted by villagers.

Age of MythologyEdit

Name Elephant
Amount of Food 750
Hit Points 360
number of hunters
Like in the other games, the Elephant is a huntable source of Food. Elephants will fight back if hunted and can easily kill villagers, it is advisable for players to hunt Elephants with a group of civilian units.

The Elephant in Age of Mythology has more Hit Points than any other huntable animal, twice as much as number two, the rhinoceros. They also have 50% more Food that can be gathered, so they are usually worth the risk.

Age of Empires IIIEdit

File:WildElephant icon.png
Name Wild Elephant
Amount of Food 1000
Hit Points 50
number of hunters

The Elephant is also a large Food source in Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties. Like the elephants in Age of Empires and Age of Mythology, Wild Elephants are huntable animals. Unlike in Age of Mythology and Age of Empires, elephants in Age of Empires III do not attack when speared and are harmless. They can be found on some Asian Maps (including Indochina and Ceylon).

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