Bring on Carthage!
I thought the same thing... a colonnade is so traditional. Something based on Trajan forum and his column would be much more epic.
Or maybe they...
Agreed, they really missed the mark with him.
Oh Jupiter no, Trajan looks terrible. Even his sword looks anorexic!
So, they are really going to save Rome for last? It makes sense considering it's the most popular civ after America, but it's mean!
For much less the Bastille was stormed.
Yes, as I said, they wanted to legitimize their rule and invoke the Glory of Rome. But that's a totally different case from the Byzantine Empire....
If you want to see it that way, Civ's Rome represents the Principate, but not the Western Empire. First, there was never a political unity called...
Palmyra - Zenobia
The Eastern Roman Empire existed for some 1000 years after the Fall of the West and it changed a lot in that period. So, if you compare...
Legion should be the strongest unit in the classical world, plus have engineering skills.
Rome! It. Will. Happen.
You forgot: major building projects, infrastructure development, military engineering, rightful giver of justice, and I'm probably forgetting stuff.
I'm extremely disappointed with the artstyle. It looks like a mobile game and I expected much more.
However, I'm really liking the gameplay...
I believe the inclusion of Brazil should be viewed in a proper cotext.
What is Civ looking for when choosing the civilizations that will be in...
Military Engineering is certainly an excellent area for Rome's ability or even Trajan's.
The funny thing is that you probably couldn't have baths without aqueducts.
That's a very unprecise comparison.
By historians (and generally after the Arab conquest), not by them. And Christianity was very much a Roman...
That would actually be a downgrade of roman roads.
The Pantheon aka the most technologically impressive building of the ancient world.
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