This can be a tricky question. Typically, you can use villagers to open gates because they can walk through them. However, there are some exceptions to this rule; one example is that if the gate is on the top of a hill, then it will not open for anyone. In these cases, you can use another strategy: send your troops over the wall and have them break down the door!
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This can be a difficult question to answer, as it can depend on the game. For example, in Clash of Clans villagers can open gates but for other games they can’t. Generally speaking though, peasants can’t do anything that requires them to use tools or weapons and so are not able-bodied enough to activate a gate by themselves even if they can see it from where they’re standing. Peasants also won’t have any interest in coming near an activated gate either because these areas are typically dangerous with enemies lurking about waiting for their chance to kill unsuspecting adventurers like you!
The only way around this is by using your own troops who will actually go through the trouble of opening gates for you since villagers just don’t seem to have the same can-do attitudes that your warriors and archers do.
TIP: This can be remedied by building a barracks near each gate as this will not only give you access to more troops, but it also means they can survive long enough without being killed in battle so that they can open up gates for other soldiers who are waiting on their turn.
It’s worth noting too, though, that many of these buildings cost elixir or gold which is wasted if an enemy destroys them before any use can be made out of them!
Speaking from experience I’ve found training barbarians at my Barracks saves me time because while it takes longer than just sending one troop through the process themselves; once Barbarians have been trained they can be deployed straightaway, and even if the Barracks is destroyed while you’re away from your base then at least that Barbarian will still be available for deployment.
The answer to the question can villagers open gates is no, they can’t. The only other units that can do it are priestesses and some military units with siege weapons like catapults or battering rams. But if you have a garrison of your own troops inside your town then any enemy unit will be repelled before it gets too close.”
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How To Open Gates In Age Of Empires III! Learn All About Gate Opening – And That Villagers Can
No, villagers can’t open gates. The only way to open a gate is with a villager (or an iron golem). Villagers can also close them again!
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The answer is that no, they can’t. However, you can use an iron golem or if you have enough resources available for it create a village next to your base which will make things much easier when trying to defend against enemy
Is there a way to open gates without villagers?
A few can be opened by using an axe or sword, but that doesn’t work on every type of gate. The door can also be broken down with enough time and effort. Otherwise the only option for opening them is to have sufficiently skilled workers in your village who can do it more easily than this otherwise would take.
The key point here is to make sure you’re thinking about how people are going to find out if they can use any sort of tool against these gates when deciding what kind of defense systems you’ll need! This can change depending on whether players will attack from the front-side or back side – which should influence where doors go as well since all