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Discussion in 'Civ4 - Hall of Fame Discussion' started by boogaboo, Sep 25, 2008.

  1. boogaboo

    boogaboo Josef Popper 4ever

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    State property adds food to watermills and workshops, so you need a food corporation in place to switch.
    State property also gives 10% more hammers to all cities, but production-wise it is still a shadow of Mining Co, hence the thought of switch later on..
     
  2. iggymnrr

    iggymnrr Chieftain

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    One thing my strategies generally followed is that spaceship parts can be chopped out. Lumber hammers pile up in a city while building wealth/research. It is relatively easy to finish the Apollo program one turn and build the ship the following turn. All that remains is to push the launch button on the subsequent turn. That's a 3-turn schedule. 16 parts each done in a single turn, simultaneously.
     
  3. boogaboo

    boogaboo Josef Popper 4ever

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    There is usually no need to rush them all in one turn, as you still have research to do.
    It also depends on the situation - On duel this doesn't look like a good strategy.. I do it only on the ecology space part. (and 4-5 forests for genetics).
     
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    iggymnrr Chieftain

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    Duel would be impractical. But using 16 cities to synchronize parts works well with researching. Even slow building space parts cities can be put to research with 1 turn left on a part. Research and production sych at the end to 1 turn chop the last part. Really there is no need to worry much. Things just work out.
     
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    iggymnrr Chieftain

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    So you must be thinking of using the National Park with state property/corporations then?
     
  6. boogaboo

    boogaboo Josef Popper 4ever

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    I always use national park and national epic, no matter which game.
    I call that city "national" ;)
     
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    So you must be bee-lining and that allows for a very early state property too. And both corps are some distance away still.
     
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    boogaboo Josef Popper 4ever

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    yep. I bee-line state property. and then I think it's great, and then at the end it's not so great..
     
  9. boogaboo

    boogaboo Josef Popper 4ever

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    Finally found a game on (Terra, Rocky, Flat), and failed to get an engineer :(
    I'm not sure I'll continue to use Rocky (looking for more mining resources for Mining Co), but I verified Flat flattens all my my distance costs :)

    One question bugs me and it should be on the MapFinder thread, but I hate to rattle that thread :
    When looking for a start, must I go to main menu to load a new save, or can I just load it from within a game?
     
  10. Anysense

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    Loading a game from another one is not advisable because it occasionally causes CTD. Although on a Duel size map this is extremely unlikely, I'd rather make it a habit to go to main menu first.
     
  11. boogaboo

    boogaboo Josef Popper 4ever

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    Never experienced CTD with Civ4 :)
    As long as it is ok for the HoF, it's a few clicks less.. ;)
     
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