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Resource trading / finding garrisoned units

Discussion in 'Civ4 - General Discussions' started by Harry Haller, Nov 5, 2005.

  1. Harry Haller

    Harry Haller Chieftain

    Oct 24, 2005
    Two questions:

    1. When you have the opportunity to trade resources with another civ, you will see a list of resources available for trade, and a number. For example:

    Silk 1
    Gold 1
    Furs 2

    Does the number refer to excess production of the resource, after your own use is taken into account? Or is it your total production of the resource? For example, if you see "Iron 1" and you offer a trade for iron, are you trading away your only iron, or excess iron?

    2. Is there some way to review the units that you have garrisoned in the different cities? I Civ 3 (and in SMAC for that matter) you could see a list of all of your cities that showed the units stacked in each one. In Civ 3, you could also see your armies and great leaders. I can't find anything similar here.
  2. DeathsHead

    DeathsHead Chieftain

    Oct 15, 2005
    1. I cant say for sure, Im not a big trader type.

    2. mousing over a city shows you what units are in there, it appears on the left side of your screen.
  3. warpstorm

    warpstorm Yumbo? Yumbo!

    Dec 19, 2001
    Snack Food Capital of the World
    It is total production. If you trade one that has a 1 beside it you no longer have it.

    There is also the military advisor screen that can be used to find units.

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