Beautiful and intelligent, this woman of the people isn't as easy to get along with as you may think (though she willingly agrees to a trade agreement with any player). She will focus more on development than her medium competitors. (+150 difficulty).
You can gain reputation if you collect low taxes (Happy or Euphoric, though this seems random), trade with her (she likes carpets), fulfill quests for Lord Northburgh, Al Zahir, and if you make your settlement more impressive. You'll lose reputation if you don't fulfill essential needs.
Traits: Merchant, Humanitarian
Building Speed: Fast
Civilization Level limited to player (does not include Nomads and Envoys): No
Trade Emphasis: High
Military Difficulty: Medium
Espionage Purpose: Mostly Espionage Defense, Scouting
Demands Tribute: Yes
Tribute Range: Symbolic
Diplomacy Difficulty: Medium
Favorite Enemy: Baronessa Constanza Zanchi
Favorite Ally: Marie d'Artois, Sir Gavin Langton, Willem van der Mark, Giovanni di Mercante
Favorite Goods: Carpets, Grapes, Ropes
Helena's in-game color is Pink
- ↑ Prima Official Dawn of Discovery Guide. Helena Hates people who don't full satisfy their people. She will do any thing to help her people. (tip) the easiest way to defeat her is by settling her island right at the start of the game. This prevents her from Creating a Very large powerful empire. But be careful not to take to much land of her or she will leave the game ruining the chance to destroy her. When you declare war on her if you have not settled one of her island or landed on one. She will Send troops to your main island. that is the one with the most amount of Occidental people on it. To stop this before it happens. land your troops and deploy them before you declare war. (this does not work as well with Hard players) p. 35-36.