The name of the game is Reyna's Forestry Management.
I agree but at some point refining stops paying the bills.
I guess my objection is in creating a new system. Policy cards and/or governors could do anything that a new ideology mechanic could do.
Granted I don't play MP but you can really maximize the Owls of Minerva as well. In my game right now I have 10 cities, but 10 trade routes;...
I see one more wrap up mini-expansion after this pass is completed.
There's a lot to chew on for a first timer. I'd suggest starting as Rome. They have good abilities but they're also pretty straightforward.
I totally agree with you that the content is shallower than it would be with a full on expansion.
I'm not talking about the content so much as...
Yeah, I've always felt like ideology-supporters are kind of trying to shoehorn a thing from Civ 5 into a different game. The policy cards, etc....
I'm not betting on Hawai'i in any update, but I'll put them as front-runners to appear in Civ 7.
They probably had a disaster go through.
That's about exactly where I am with it, but you said it much better than I did. The monthly releases keep up interest and allow for...
I guess I'm not as picky as to what leaders are in, compared to the actual civs.
I like XP more in terms of the content, though I have to admit that these small releases are keeping me active playing in a more steady fashion....
But if Morocco's out how am I going to rock the Casbah?
I was out hiking today and my mind started thinking about Civ and the forums here (yes, apparently I need to "get out more" heh). I still don't...
Maybe you can gift/sell your units to people for much fame and glory
so . . . people just liked it better that way?
Why'd they change it? I can't say.
Cordoba/ Al Andalus has sort of been a dark horse candidate for some for quite some time now. Probably no room to fit it in though.
No it's clearly referencing the Moroccan Grand Prix
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