Exactly the way I took it. As well as Japan.
Really, Kamahameha? Really?
It is always a little unnerving when it happens.
Well, the Abbasids had the whole peninsula, and a large part of the crescent and levant, as well as parts of turkey, persia, and north africa,...
Well... We have Gandhi, so...
It did, however, invent Shakala, a non-extant person.
Side question: Would Akkad fall in as one of Babylon's cities, and if it did, who would replace it?
I really am not all that familiar with Oceania, I'm afraid. Salamasina does sound like a worthy leader, from what I've read.
Oceania is a hard...
So, to summarize for NFP:
Rule 1 is followed by the Maya, Ethiopia, Byzantium, and Babylon.
Rule 2 is followed by Gran Colombia, Gaul, Vietnam,...
Problem: from what I can tell, they didn't have a name for individual varieties of their boats, they just kind of existed.
So... After completion, I sadly didn't get a 30% bonus for defensive buildings.
Mahavihara UI for Anuradhapura seems likely.
Celsus or Mari?
I played a continents map (albeit in V) with a grand total of one river on my starting continent. Wish they showed up more, along with lakes and...
Alternately, it could be an administrative district, with buildings that are often found in cities but don't make much sense for the city center.
Catherine leads Germany and Russia?
Or is it the rate of change of population?
Zenobia could be based off of Dido, and Dihya on Gorgo.
This is brilliant. A way to help mitigate effects is what the disaster system needs.
One could make it so they had land, but would pillage you unless you paid for them to work with you militarily.
I had it on warlord, but I was an incredibly fresh player with little to no military.
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