In one of my games, Egypt collapsed in the classical era and then came back from the dead later, when we were in the industrial era. :P
My military strategy depends heavily on airships, so I use forts as airbases a lot.
Thanks for the mod, Rhye. :)
I defeated them; hard as hell, though. I also had to fight off the hordes of camel archers in N. Africa... but yeah, Great Wall works wonders, at...
It's like New New York in Futurama. :P
And more importantly, of Greece. :)
I was just playing a game where I had pretty reasonable expansion. Nevertheless, my economy drove me down into a collapse. I had two golden ages...
QMeister, if you have time, please share your thoughts on economic stability. How did you manage this?
The phrase means, 'we fought to the last man', at least according to Machiavelli, Discorsi, lib. ii.
OK, now I have a question regarding economic stability. This means the economy needs to keep growing - does that mean tax revenue or does it mean...
Panopticon, I'm sure it would. :)
What if I conquer an enemy city that's within my settler map? Do I need to raze it and found a new one to avoid the negative modifiers that come...
Yeah, this is a pretty good idea. Especially since founding cities wrecks your expansion stability. :P
Yeah, research is significantly slower, stability is a little easier to manage, though I think that could just as well be due to the settler maps...
AP, the quote you used proves my point.
Favorite Civic: universal health care. :P
Too bad she is no longer Empress of India! :)
Very interesting. I would say that Syracuse should be dark red rather than purple, ditto for N. Egypt, which was heavy Hellenized. I've seen...
'Phalanx' is a plural unit, Luke.
'Legion', not 'Legionary', is all I have to say. :)
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