Birthright: A New World
Some examples of domain assets:
Bridge: Allows armies and trade routes to cross major rivers. Can be constructed of wood or stone. Some rivers are too large to bridge.
Ferry: Allows armies and trade routes to cross major rivers, although more slowly than a bridge.
Fortification: Provinces or individual holdings can be fortified. Province fortifications prevent enemy troops from occupying or passing through the province. Fortified holdings cannot be destroyed.
Highway: A network of paved roads with inns, post stations and other supporting structures. Allows land-based trade routes and faster movement for armies and couriers.
Palace: A lavish structure for the regent and court. Adds to the realm’s effective court level.
Seaport: Allows sea-based trade routes.
Shipyard: Allows construction of ships.
Wondrous structure: A large, prestigious building project, such as great cathedrals, magnificent statues, extensive libraries, etc.