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Civ4 Tile Culture Over Coast by madwheel posted Oct 4, 2019 at 3:07 PM
In my image, the city Ayodhya is not adding tile culture to tiles between the purple and black lines, even though the city is clearly a 500 lvl city (so it definitely would be if it were all land). I assume it must only be...
My empire looses it's borders depending on where I am...observing from.
Now you see them (nth of Mt Kilimanjaro).
Now you mostly don't (nth of Mt Kilimanjaro).
Now you see them (sth of Mt Kilimanjaro).
Now you mostly don't (sth of Mt Kilimanjaro).
I've turned off all mods...
I had not given open borders to Spain. We were not at war. His archaeologist just waltzed in and dug up my site. grrrr
Oh, and when I declared war on him for it (he already hated me before that, and I hadn't been at war with anyone else), all the other AIs said I was a warmonger. grrrr.
Culture has become more and more important in Civilization and Civilization VI now has its own Civics-Tree.
So i think it makes sense to introduce new points, which are only for the border expansion:
> Border expansion points
Cultural and military buildings would provide these point.
Sorry for the name, but I don't know what's causing it.
I was playing as Brazil and was at war with Kongo.
We had a peace treaty and thus my units withing Kongo's borders were moved outside the borders.
However, some were moved within the borders of another civ, England.
We have had an open...
Searched forums and the in-game documentation.
I'm having difficulty figuring out:
- How can you tell when a city is going to expand? (i.e. like in Civ5, the accumulation of culture toward border expansion is clearly illustrated.)
- Is there a way to identify which tile the city is going to...
Another posting of the cultural borders problem I experienced last night. Note the mouseover information about the tile. Showing 93% HRE influence even though there is no longer a HRE city to the NW. Mouseovers of Pacal's territory further to the NW also show HRE cultural influence.