It was a little joke there. "Victoria" and "Boudicca" are essentially the same name.
It's quite refreshing to see the figurehead of Britain at its greatest, even if her reign was characterised (like the other Hanoverians...
It seems the graphic style is an of Civ 3's stylised unit design to the terrain as well. I quite liked Civ 3, so as far as I'm concerned, why not?
This just happened in RT as well! I feel like the only way to actually do the quest is to start the trade one turn and destroy the station the next.
I was wondering why culture expands borders for land cities. It's possible that ocean cities, which will be more centralised, have both more...
For some weird reason, I got the 20% extra income from Shackleton for completing the trading quest despite never actually trading with Palatine....
Somehow, I don't think this should be possible.
Borg Collective (organic+technological? win-win!)
Cardassian Union (they look close enough)...
Korea's description says that there is a tech boost every time a scientific building or wonder is built in the capital. However, which wonders are...
What about Liechtenstein? Andorra, too, perhaps? Luxembourg is nice this time of year. :)
In response to Fierro's 30th April post,
which religion mod are you using?
I guess, but isn't Supremacy's :assimilate: victory crippling to the military?
Why does it seem that everyone hates Purity? I don't understand! Are their units inherently inferior? Are the techs for Purity useless? I need to...
Well, remember Rule of Acquisition #45:
Expand or die.
I'd do this:
If an Emancipation Gate is built, then the other civs can build a gate to reinforce Earth, but must declare war to do so.
Addressing the tech problem:
What's your alternative? Should the civ with the highest energy be given bonuses on top of its capacity to rush...
Well, remember #45: "Expand or die."
My favourite is Supremacy, but only because it is essentially the Borg.
1: Cybernetic augmentation
2: Metallic aesthetics
3: The victory...
This is why I love Korea.
Spain is just... Pixelly. Really pixelly.
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