Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall - Dawn of Civilization' started by Leoreth, Sep 11, 2014.
Yeah, all terrain type specific bonuses require no feature on the tile.
Because it said so in the corporation advisor?
Can you upload the save?
Later when I get back home in the evening. You can WB a 1700 AD scenario easily though.
Check the city of La Habana.
Thanks, I'm not at home at the moment but I will look into it during the next couple of days.
I just WB tested reformation, and met this recurring bug that Catholicism supposedly should leave reformed cities but actually stayed.
Addtionally the reformation should scale with game speed but currently does not.
It's normal for Catholicism to remain in large cities. I'm pretty sure this is documented.
I guess then there shouldn't be messages saying "Catholicism has disappeared from Paris", which is visible in the screenshot.
Oh, I missed that. In that case I need another save from before the Reformation.
I WB'ed myself Academia and founded Protestantism in Paris. Click End Turn and embrace reformation and you can see the text bug.
Playing as Canada on the most recent git version, I have Montréal connected to Vancouver all the way by railroad, but the game is not recognizing it.
One tile between Winnipeg and Moose Factory is not covered with your culture.
The same mistake is often made when one tries the Russian UHV.
Ah, I didn't realize my culture had to cover it. Thanks.
Some more things I've noticed:
Augustus rarely, if ever, gets to take over Rome. DynamicCivs.py requires less than five cities (which is never satisfied when the time for Augustus to take over comes) and switching out of Republic (Julius Caesar's favorite civic).
The Hanging Gardens doesn't require flood plains, considering that its bonus only applies to such terrain. I've seen Greece build it somewhere in its core area, so it needs to be restricted to cities with at least one flood plain tile in its workable radius.
Somewhere in Central India (map coordinates are at 90,35, to be exact), a rice resource is supposed to be replaced with tea in 1700 AD. However, this isn't reflected in the 1700 AD scenario, and I doubt that the corresponding part in Resources.py works (if it does, there'd be no need for a function to remove a pre-existing resource like what's being done to Egypt's copper to give way for iron). I suspect that it belongs elsewhere since the accompanying comment (which has existed for as long as I can remember) says that it's intended to spawn in West Bengal (AKA India's eastern coast).
In the 1700 AD scenario, isn't the copper in Egypt supposed to be replaced with iron?
I got "+1 You liberated our cities" when barbarians captured Samarkand from Mongols, I took it and gave it back in a peace treaty. Feels undeserved, save attached (it's the git where rebalanced tech costs appeared).
Mongol war declarations are a bit funny. This time I make contact as Russia, they declare war but give peace dialogue, then immediately afterwards war dialogue. More a cosmetic issue really. Similar to how war declaration messages sometimes show "France has declared war on !" when you presumably don't have contact with the target. Or when civs declare war on themselves in capitulation/defensive pact madness loop.
The "declare war on !" text happens mostly to respawned civs as far as I can tell. Mexico, Austria and Iran are some examples.
Amsterdam starts with bank but not market?
I know I have reported this and you think it's working fine, but since you're releasing 1.15 I want to report it again:
Vassalage does not reduce unit upkeep in anyway so it's not working.
The text for Persian UHV 1 should be adjusted to 7% to be in accordance with the actual requirement.
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