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5 civics buttons

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Graphics Modpacks' started by ApisCanis, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. ApisCanis

    ApisCanis Chieftain

    Dec 26, 2010
    I made these 5 buttons to depict:

    1. Scripture
    2. Magna Carta
    3. Communist Manifesto
    4. Hammurabi's Code
    5. Constitution

    I'm using them in my mod as a Civilization unique (each civ can only build one) national wonder which allows early access to one category of civics.

    Scripture (available at Writing) allows all religious civics.
    Magna Carta (available at Monarchy) allows all labor civics.
    Communist Manifesto (available at Philosophy) allows all economy civics.
    Hammurabi's Code (available at Code of Laws) allows all legal civics.
    Constitution (available at Code of Laws) allows all government civics.

    I'd like to hear people's opinion about balance issues with this mod. Also, I'm just using a basic book and pedestal for in-game display. If anyone has any better graphics, please let me know.


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  2. seasnake

    seasnake Conquistador

    Apr 21, 2006
    California, United States
    Hmm, very good idea! Will change Angkor Wat or the Pyramids so they have different abilities, or is your plan to just be you could build the wonders and then unlock another set of civics?
  3. ApisCanis

    ApisCanis Chieftain

    Dec 26, 2010
    Yea, I was going to change the Pyramids to something else. Any input on which wonders are available to which civs?

    I'd like to place them accurately/historically. But, also need to keep gameplay balanced. Here is how I currently have them assigned:

    Constitution: (Gov't civics)
    -Holy Roman Empire

    Hammurabi's Code: (Legal civics)

    Magna Carta: (Labor civics)

    Manifesto: (Economy civics)

    Scripture: (Religion civics)
    -Native Americans

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