- Constructed on:
- Jungle (no need to remove it)
The Brazilwood Camp is the best way to use jungles in the game. A jungle naturally has an output of 2 Food, with an added 2 Science after building a University in a nearby city. When you add the +2 Gold and Culture of Brazil's unique improvement, jungle tiles become some of the most diversely useful terrain in the game. So, under no circumstances should you cut down your jungles. Build up your tech to unlock the improvement, then watch your economy and culture soar thanks to the brazilwood!
Brazilwood is a tropical hardwood whose bark produces a bright crimson and deep purple extract used in dyes. Its wood is dense, and is prized for crafting stringed instruments (especially the bows) and cabinetry. The harvesting of brazilwood did not cease until 1875, by which time synthetic dyes dominated the textile industry and other hardwoods had been found to be better for musical instruments.
|Civilization V Improvements |
|Standard||Camp • Farm • Fishing Boats • Fort • Lumber Mill • Mine • Offshore Platform • Oil Well • Pasture • Plantation • Quarry • Railroads • Roads • Trading Post|
|Unique||Brazilwood Camp • Chateau • Feitoria • Kasbah • Moai1 • Polder • Terrace Farm1|
|Great People||Academy • Citadel • Customs House • Holy Site • Landmark • Manufactory|
|Scenario specific||Hadrian's Wall • Motte and Bailey • Pontoon Bridge • Tipi • Wajo|
|1 Requires a DLC|