I believe in my civ career, I have seen maybe like... 10 lakes.
A notable historical event. Could be a nice problem for civs to try to solve. As a bonus,...
Okay, let's see if spoilers work:
I see we have no biologists here.
Sid Meier's Cephalization: Anterior Design Simulator
An upfront, head-on look at the senses.
Please, hold the applause.
What could be more tense then players and AI loading friendly city states up with nukes? The second one goes off, MAD and game over. Doesn't that...
Also wondering this.
Since Hong Kong is confirmed as a city state, it's life as a colony got it's start due to the opium wars and it was ruled by the British for like...
Opium is a dangerous drug though, not sure if portraying it as a trade item would affect the rating.
Opium has a long history in trade.
The maintainence of roads goes to whoever's territory it's on.
1. Get Open Borders with some AI
2. Cover the AI's territory completely with roads
3. See how they enjoy their -20 GPT
Yup, this is much more...
Ally with loads of city states, gift city states nukes. MAD solved.
As a long time foreign trade route advocate, I approve of this.
Requirements: Must have Ocean tiles on at 2 opposite sides
Unlocks at a tech right before great war era
Allows movement through the tile...
[CITY STATE]'s scientists have recently made a breakthrough in a new technology they call [TECHNOLOGY NO ONE HAS RESEARCHED,...
Basically like a cheaper fort- becomes available with some WWI tech. You could build lines of them to form a defensive line on your city. Could be...
Is foreign trade routes. Imagine the gold you could bring in by connecting the world through trade. Exchange of ideas and objects, spreading...
I paid $60 dollars for Civ at launch, and at sales it's gone down to $10.
WHERE IS MY $50 SID I'M GOING TO TELL MY MOM
I wouldn't mind if they did it to each other, it would be entertaining watching them in constant war.
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