WOW! I love it!
Fits my playstyle perfectly!!!! :D
The vampires are completely OP. After a few kills they turn into immortal killing machines who can easily replenish their HP by pillaging :O
use mounted units (except for eurekas or to get UI era score)
keep conquered cities
care for diplomatic...
That was never in question... :shifty:
Ahh but those are not translations, but equivalents. Still, very good and interesting point.
I'm not really surprised that you're surprised. It is very common to translate country/civs names. Not so much with given names; actually, it is...
Which is also a thing aI disagree with, as I said. It is sad that you defend this dumbing down of the language, as it is not easy enough already....
*english speaking* scholars you mean. There lies the handicap ;)
And you're entitled to yours. I care about her original name, not what language handicapped people try to call her.
In any case, it was easy...
Well, you brought up how the name "sounds".
And I agree with that those things don't matter in the end. The bottom line "Lady Six Sky" is not her...
I disagree completely. Both in the analogy (really nowhere near that long, and Leoner of aquitaine is longer) and the pronounciation... the same...
Ohhh I wish that had been the case for Spanish.
"Señora Seis Cielo" (the literal translation of Lady Six Sky) is just too stupid.
Why not keep...
Same in Chile
it is 42 usd here ¬¬
OMG it is the price of RF + GS :eek::eek::eek:
HEy!! never thought about that. Heh
Mostly there are big parades in every major city, with all the navy people marching in prussian style. It is...
It is awesome that here is also a holiday, Glories of the Navy ^_^
so Wac-Chanil-Ajau is called Lady "Six Sky" in Civilization??? Why??? WHYYY?!?!?
I'm near (if not over) the 3000 threshold now...
Inca: great sinergies with the terrain
Egypt: love Wonders!!!
Rome: a classic! cool UA AND UU
Mapuche: nice theme and history of resistance...
I'm from Chile.
My country is officially 209 years old, but if you count from the first Spanish settlements, it would be around 500 years old
Separate names with a comma.