What about the palace, though?
what would happen if you waited to found your first city until after taking their capital?
As many do in civ4. But generally only in regards to settling. Which clearly was not what was happening here.
Stonehenge and Eiffel tower would be great in classical or renaissance times, I think, but they're not great in the eras they're in. Does anyone...
Shwedagon can be useful... for FR purposes
I, while I never play to an actual victory, basically play a level until I am able to in multiple games be the greatest in all aspects.
Haters and Lovers, both parties stop.
I don't want Lief Erikson to lay siege upon this great, ancient thread.
Perhaps it was a bit overboard to include both city health and happiness- I wouldn't object to them being combined.
Of course, I refer to this. The transports would make it less production-worthy. And, I don't know why I didn't actually say this, but meant if...
Bug gives you no information that you couldn't find on your own, it just makes finding it a ridiculous amount easier. So the scholars say. So, no,...
The ICBM could also be the proper choice for low production reasons.
Lol on the ruins thing.
Don't ruins provide +25% defense?
I can't cite one, but I would think it wouldn't be tough to get a GG earlier.
Ooh a NE, GT high-food coastal capital with caste & beareucracy.
Unique Historical Victory, in the mod Rhye's and fall of civilization.
Well, Egypt and Persia were around long before their hellenization, and... I would've never even though of the Mongols.
With only a single...
Yet a lot of the population of Hiroshima survived, and rebuilt.
or you could play the actual civilization boardgame
which I have personally made a version of...
Yeah, that uMunggowoy or whatever annoys the crap out of me.
I like it for the reason described by Kjotliek
In RFC Babylon represents all of Mesopotamia, or at least Mesopotamia is under their jurisdiction.
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