That'd be my play, too.
That appears to be a link to Nobles' Club XC: Napoleon of France. :)
Correct link is http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=472785
This is also what I did (though I expect you will do it rather more efficiently).
after video 2
I grew up in the UK until I was 12, then moved to Australia, so my accent is somewhat blended I guess. Probably more Australian than anything...
Well, I'm going to try early war on Monarch. Phalanx + Cats. Fingers crossed it goes well :)
I just finished recording video #4, and it ends at 400 BC, so you shouldn't see any spoilers if you watch once you're at 1AD :)
Playing Monarch/Normal. No huts or events.
I'll be uploading the results to youtube as I go, in 12-15 minute installments. First video is...
I've finished the game and will be releasing all the videos over the next couple of days.
1945 AD Conquest win. Which is kinda late for me to...
I'm uploading videos of my game to youtube (link in sig). Noble/Normal, no huts or events. I'm a Monarch-Emperor player when I focus, so the...
The best defensive counter to any kind of siege unit is siege units. They're immune to collateral damage, but are included as potential targets...
Ah. Fair enough.
I just looked at the map in worldbuilder, and I think the allegations of "cooking" are somewhat ... overstated.
Hence my comment about including a spoiler. :)
There's a long tradition of "tampering" with maps in forum series: LHC basically requires it, and the Nobles' Club - probably the "grand daddy" of...
I have finally got around to posting my game on youtube.
Part one is here.
Edit to add: game videos will go up over the next couple of days. I...
Trying to comment on all your play from 400 BC to 1900 AD is a bit of a tall order, I think.
You won, which is what matters, right? :)
As far as cottages go, they can be a very powerful improvement, but only if you've got the population to...
At it's base, the reason is always "Because I saw something that made me think the new tech was a better idea".
If you have some specific cases...
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