In Civ 5 one could unlock with religion based policy tree, piety, a reformation belief.
@Eagle Pursuit Add to them Aypierre (French, not really playing), DrWolfsherz (German), Chiches (Spanish).
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@bite has it stated as synthetic technocracy in his update overview.
new governments: digital democracy (1M, 1E, 2D, 5 W), corporate libartarianism (2M, 1E, 1D, 5 W)
policy slots in brackets
With G&S we would get 9 new buildings. If the 3 types of power plants count we already know all 9 of them, but they are not specifically "new". So...
I was just going to post this... On the other hand we don't have any district types containing 4 buildings yet either...
Where does the +3 :c5science: for the cothon come from?
I just realized that but stil some science bonus after all.
The cothon has science bonus and a large one!
The cothon district actually is the major bonus to them. Look at the science and gold yields per citizen specialist! Going tall makes sense...
If you are on a war path and want conquered cities to be loyal, you change capital to a city on the same continent. But I agree it wouldn't be...
It could mean the Huns could come back in a possible 3rd exp. being a OCC civ with bonuses to pillaging.
I agree that supply lines would be too much for civ.
Well they have appearently enough nitre mines to produce 22 nitre maybe? That would increase the nitre resources from 28 to 30 while consuming 20...
You are right about that. It could have been applied by scaling the resource income and resource costs by a factor 5 or 10 and for healing 1...
Do we know whether damaged units will consume strategic resources when they heal?
That would be a nice feature, if it was implemented. Because I...
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