Idea: a giant truck hauling a crane down an outback highway with kangaroos in the background.
Maybe Commercial Maori/Hawaii?
Amphitheatron?? :crazyeye: Uggh I would prefer the term "Agora"
So, China has three cultures (Zhou, Ming, Chinese) and India too (Harappans, Maurya, Mughal) and Greece (Mycenaeans, Greece, Byzantine) and Italy...
Not confirmed but probably
9- Sweden?? Maybe it will be in...
I think that Italy will be in the last era, with Ethiopia, in a WWII themed era.
As a spanish, I love the design. The choice of building is strange but I'm ok with that. Almost all the large Spanish cities have Gothic...
How do we know that there is an african culture in the early modern era?
Only 5 cultures left and we have clues about Spanish, Inca, Poland,...
I believed that the moroccans would be there because Morocco shared history with France during the 19th century.
But I suppose they can always be...
I'm sad because I would like Morocco in the industrial Era instead Iran, but anyway it's a uncommon election.
Did you see that? Cultures from the industrial Era.
"Moors" also has a pejorative meaning and I have read it many times in this forum to refer to the medieval Muslim presence in Spain ... Umayyad is...
As a spanish living in Córdoba I am very proud to have the Umayyads in the game. The scientific feature is a good choice. Córdoba gave the Islamic...
Well, I like the choice. Just as the ancient era focused on the Middle East, the medieval age has more representation of castle Europe. A very...
I wish that for civ VII there were fewer civilizations BUT each had a unique civic tree (similar to civ V) based on their history.
So India could...
Japanese and Koreans instead of Tokugawa and Joseon could mean they won't appear in other eras :(
I prefer Civ IV for the Rhyes and Fall mod. Bring me back RFC for Civ VI and I will love Civ VI.
Oh and get rid of the governors, or change...
What if instead of Portugal, we get the Lusitanians under Viriato?
They occupied the same geographical place (the west of the Iberian peninsula)...
I mean, just a representation of the naval power and the sea dogs of the elizabethan period.
The English may appear in the Early Modern Era as "Pirates" or "buccaneers", in a DLC.
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