Famine is because your cities are starving, nothing to do with technology level. Technology level increases only the standard needs.
Is distress intended to be an always looming threat to city happiness?
Every other need, there are lots of buildings and wonders to solve it, and...
It was pushed before, but current VP git commit does not include the changes to source code, that's why I'm asking to clarify. So, changes are...
Does 4.20-1 include multiplayer fixes from ilteroi?
Are multiplayer fixes from ilteroi included? I don't see the changes they made in this commit...
Is Communitas intended to have extra Oil/Coal resources compared to, say, Terra?
On Terra, player is lucky to have 10 coal total, while on...
I ban Spain.
Played with barbarians after long break today, and good news, they work, bad news, they are not really significant to any balance.
Same as the other folder, in Assets/DLC of your civilization install
4 players, bug is fixed in "shiny" branch by @ilteroi, modpack with compiled dll is available in modpack thread.
No, VP only
Playing beta 3.28, barbarians on, got one resync so far in ~100 turns. Didn't get to full scale wars yet tho.
3.28 w/o extra mods, with multiplayer & misc fixes from @ilteroi
In early game yes, either it or Roman Forum, a bit later chanceries produce 1 paper each
New Communitas map appears to spawn way too much resources even on Sparse settings. Iron/Horses is encountered often in packs of 6, while on Terra...
In 5-20.3 it was weak, but now we upgraded to 9.15 and it got a few buffs, one player is trying it out, looks decent.
Which version, latest one?
Well, the barbarians cause resyncfest in version of mod that even works properly with multiplayer, so I'd argue that no-barbarians is default in...
Why, you can also fight neighbors/CS. Authority gives a hefty production bonus and is often taken.
What's special about the way we play, except no barbarians?
Unique units/combat stuff are not that significant since you can team up with...
Usually 4. Not enough if you ask me, lots of way to snowball, like keeping winning CS' culture contests.
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