This looks too flat in general IMO.
I feel like in Burma, the central valleys should be separated from Chittagong and the western coast by a...
For Saint-Petersburg I think you have to build a monument there first, whip if necessary.
I support this. I think this has been a clear natural boundary throughout the centuries, and would separate the more Latin/Italian-dominated...
I have to second this. I haven't had this much fun with Civ since when I first discovered Rhyes and Fall all those years ago.
Suggestion: represent Salalah (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salalah) somehow in the game. I feel like that tile should not simply be a desert...
Please consider adding the Jurchen/Manchu as a civ before 1.17. They would fit in so nicely in the ecosystem of this mod.
Man, this looks so promising. Point 3 and 4 seems like such good solutions
I don't think that's incorrect use of before. The way I understood it is that there's chance it could be released today, but not a guarantee.
I've been holding off on the git version, exactly because I'm waiting for this release, and don't want to be burned out when it comes. Also I like...
Jurchen/Manchu would make a lot of sense.
That fixed it, and I learned a new notepad++ feature :). Thanks!
Getting the following error when trying to launch the 600 AD scenario. I downloaded the development version as a zip.
Combat seems to be bugged in the latest git version, all units behave as siege units when attacking, they are unable to kill units and cannot...
I think camels should give more commerce than production. Also it would be neat if they would give +1 trade route when worked by a city.
It's literally mentioned in the first post.
Should spawn in Western Australia in 1840 :)
Perhaps there should be an appearing grassland tile in the Yangtze delta to represent the coastline expanding, the coastline has expanded quite a...
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