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Trading luxury resources how much gold?

Discussion in 'Civilization NiGHTS' started by apocalypse105, Oct 30, 2011.

  1. apocalypse105

    apocalypse105 Chieftain

    May 17, 2011
    So basicly in current civ 5 withouth mods the AI will play you 240 gold for a luxury resource if he is friendly (or often neutral)

    How much does the AI give you if he is friendly or neutral for a luxury resource because it now gives more happiness? Whats the maximum you can get?

    Olso is it possible to trade a luxury resource for a other luxury resource with A AI if its neutral because he doesn't want to accept that. Do you have to friendly to do that? Or does the AI in general doesn't accept it?
  2. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Staff Member Moderator

    Jun 16, 2010
    It should be, if Marcus hasn't changed the formula, 60 :c5gold: Gold per 1 :c5happy: Happiness provided. It typically remains the same throughout, although if they are hostile towards you it is worth less. As for the second question, it should be possible, but it all depends on the ammounts. If you are trading a luxury which you have 7 copies of for one which they only have 1 copy of they will demand much more.

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