I was thinking Hungary
All the details about the governor are in the video
So, assuming no changes are made to Scotland's abilities for Gathering Storm, it seems to me that by the early midgame Sweden very easily...
Just have it like Civ 5 where as soon as one civ meets all the others everyone is introduced to everyone else in the world Congress and it's never...
Loving all the people who voted for civs we haven't seen first looks for for... some reason....
Are they going to be more specific about the bonuses or...?
Seems like a great idea and one that would be easy to balance if it's too strong/weak. Just add or take away bonuses as necessary with patches.
I suspect they might receive more governor titles to compensate for this
The geographic area and relative time period (technically apart by several centuries but both still ancient era in this game) are both covered by...
Oh I meant more that some of the uniques almost have to be similar to each other with so many civs in the game.
This is definitely true but I never thought I'd see a dev admit this. It's the real downside to having so many uniques per civ.
Highly doubt this will ever happen as AI improvements are generally only marketable to and noticed by serious fans and players
Okay I'll admit I don't know much about Hungarian history but I don't think Matthias is anywhere near one of their more famous leaders, am I wrong?
Noongar is definitely a strange potential addition but I honestly don't think any civ is impossible given some of the ones we've gotten in the...
20 year old electrical engineering major, made this account when I was 13 and I've been playing starting with Civ IV BTS when I was 10. Haven't...
Those are pretty bad exploits, yeah. I feel like they could be easily fixed in a patch though.
Want to expand on what this mechanic abuse is?
Doesn't the era score cutoff for a Golden Age go up with each city?
How late in the game was this? I think maybe cities started in later eras start with more citizens
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