What is this timing push and how does it work?
So the Netherlands and Egypt are still terrible? What other weak civs did they not bother to boost?
No mention of some of the most boring, weak civs like Egypt. Not a good sign.
Do we have the patch notes?
How do we know this? Someone just asked on the livestream and they had no idea.
We need to ask the Livestream which city-state is replacing Lisbon (unless we know that already)
This is a very well-designed civ but I really hope the April patch boosts the trade-related bonuses of some of the other civs because they are all...
What's the best recent longform guide for a cultural victory? Most of the ones I've found are several patches or even expansions behind.
So as a production civ this totally blows Germany out of the water, right?
So I've been out of the loop, what do we know for sure about the next DLC and what are our feasible guesses?
The leaderscreens could all be cartoons drawn by 6 year olds for all I care
What is this leak people keep referring to?
Wow I'm surprised, it's 4 minutes past 10 and no one has asked where the first look is yet
Oh I didn't catch this, that certainly does help quite a bit.
If they were weaker but unique I wouldn't mind. But they seem just like Korea and still weaker which is disappointing.
Yup exactly how I feel, observatories are much weaker Seowons.
Is it just me or is this civ kind of terrible? Pretty weak uniques and 3/4 of them have penalties.
You mean China as well as Mongolia? Seems pretty bizarre for him to lead Korea
I'm always surprised that people remember this stuff.
Being able to liberate cities is a bit situational but I'd be happy with something like a fairly massive boost for liberating a capital, would be...
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