I'm not sure how much is consumed as food. A lot of it is used to make various alcohols. Or ethanol.
But FAO stat has it at 1.8 billion.
And theres the granary.
I think its actually 1680 for sugar. Its definitely an order of magnitude higher than the grains
Potato. The fifth most important crop by a large margin but significantly behind the other four.(sugar,corn,wheat,rice)
An interesting use for it...
C I guess. Reasoning. I usually dont play with sound
I feel in this case its a typo
so basically, its by principle achievements, that makes sense.
so no american presidents, for example?
what about someone who had great achievements as something other than president and then also served...
there's a bit of crossover between who could be a great statesman and who could be a leaderhead. any of the current leaders would not be on the...
it would just take so much to rebalance everything
but i do think its interesting. id like to see it as a non rfc mod first to see how it works.,
Typical behavior that I've seen is move their stack onto the hill he of Babylon. Pillage that one tile and then never move
National parks in deserts, plains, caves, even all water.
Maybe your park is Carlsbad caverns, or great sand dunes, arches, badlands,
I thought I was giving a crazy example. I
Imo 1700 should best represent how the world looked like in 1700. Polynesia and Mongolia and were not...
Well then why dont we have size 1 Mongolian cities in the 1700 scenario
Disagree. There were also navajo , Sioux, etc in 1700. But they aren't on the map.
In 600 or 1700 there no Polynesian cities of size 1.
Oh. I dont have the game installed or my discs. Otherwise I'd be playing as Polynesia right now. Instead of attempting to live vicariously. Really...
I'd like to see screenshots of the rest of your empire.
Sure. But the game isnt an economy simulator. Modeling real effects of inflation are beyond the scope.
I hope so, actually. I dont have my discs on me here, so wouldn't be able to install anyways.
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