Wars make the biggest difference with longer speeds. You can't replace units as fast.
When I made my OP I didn't realize that RRs or units caused enough emissions to matter more than power plants.
Looks liked climate change is...
My beef isn't with the effects, but that it happens too fast. One stage also progresses too fast to the next level.
You can also 'weaponize'...
Global warming happens too fast, too soon. It just doesn't pay to build factories and power them will coal. But you can't stop the AI from doing...
I started a Mali game. I had to use an arid world and restart about 6 times to get ANY desert.
After my grandson saw barbarians pillage a holy site, he called them 'juice bags.' My daughter was cut off in traffic and called the driver...
When my daughter was little, she would sit in my lap when I played Civ 1/2. Now my 4 year old grandson likes to sit in my lap when I play Civ 6....
Seriously? Then make sure every civ you play collapses at their appropriate time.
If Carthage had defeated Rome
A victory by Carthage over Rome in the Second Punic War would have changed the history of three continents.
And where exactly did I mention the Inca?
I would say I'm not a big fan of the Cree either, but that would be 'extremely negative.'
I gave my opinion. If you don't like that, then so be it.
I am not 'ignorant.' I know about them, I have actually studied Latin American history, which took a bit longer than 'five minutes.'
I prefer civilizations that have more of a global impact. While the Mapuche were able to defeat Spain, they were virtually annihilated by Chile.
I agree; I'm really disappointed. Anyone can apparently be a 'civilization.' Who's next, the Hussites?
'Highland' infantry is pre-Victorian, from the 1715 and 1745 risings. Prestonpans, Falkirk, Culloden...
I rarely finish games anymore. Once I know that I will either win or lose, I start a new game. Since there is no HOF, why bother finishing?
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