Apadana (6) (9-3)
Big Ben (31)
Casa de Contratación (29)
Estádio do Maracanã (9) (8+1)
Forbidden City (32)
This would be sooooo cool!
A leader with her own bonus, that could be switched between France and England.
Some civilizations have two leaders to...
America (Hard Times Come Again No More) - 20
Arabia (Üsküdara) - 22
China (Jasmine Flower) - 18
Cree (The Drums of Poundmaker) - 24
'Cause the Mapuche dominated the world.
Or Korea (although KPop might do it sometime in the near future)
Gran Colombia existed for a mere 10 years! TEN!
I hope to never see this in game. Colombia or...
And I would go even far. I would buy DLC featuring ANY population as a CIV: Inuits, Gipsies, Guaranis, Padaung, etc
A Unique Luxury: Whisky!
Tears and grinding of teeth when they spawn near me. Laugh and joy when they are at the other side of the globe.
The Zulus are one of those CIV I...
Venice was my favorite CIV... hehe
I cant be the only one who liked the way Venice played!
If any of the DEVS are reading this, I would like you to know:
Great job with Tamar and Georgia! It is a very interesting CIV with a very...
The Aztecs, maybe? They are technically in North America, you know, but one can make some concessions.
I miss these days.
People keep staring at the meme, blind about how rich and interesting the history of Georgia and Tamar really are.
I am so happy...
... and baffled, since I had no idea the inclusion of Georgia would make me grin like this.
Mystery female leader?
Tamar of Georgia!
The mountain on the botton left corner of the Announcement Poster seems to be Sri Pada
Big Ben = 22
Colosseum = 16 (19-3) Good, but not that good.
Forbidden City = 21 (20+1) My fav wonder.
Great Pyramids = 25
Oh, come on guys... Few civilizations would stand the "4000BC Test". Not even "everybody favorite" Persia would survive the test.
I would love to...
I miss the old Tamar days...
I completely agree. Why is so hard for some people to understand this, though?
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