Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall - Dawn of Civilization' started by Leoreth, Sep 11, 2014.
Who historically was a USSR vassal in 1922?
No. The other USSR members besides the RSFSR were part of the same state which was constitutionally a federated union.
Looks like the first korean UHV is broken : I built a stupa inHanseong , and an academy in Chang'an, but the UHV never set to accomplished, despite the two checks were both green. I even waited until 1200, to see if it acted like a "in" condition, but I had the "you failed" message. Thanks for watching it and Frohe Weihnachten !
Okay, there was a typo in the code for this goal, fix is committed.
Joyeux Noel à vous aussi!
(Do you use tu or vous on the internet?)
Well, when Portugal is Spanish vassal it is "Autonomous community of Portugal". It represents a union in which both of them are one state. Moreover, "soviet X" seems worse.
It would depend on the context. On this forum I'd use tu I think. (sorry for jumping in)
No, thanks, good to know!
Well, Vous is the formal way of addressing someone, tu is used more if you personally know someone, or the informal way. With the internet though i guess it's up to discretition since we all know each other by screenname.
It would be Noël, by the way.
What about the German Internet? What do you usually use? Although it's almost the only forum I'm regularly visiting, I feel uncomfortable when using the informal one.
It's also heavily dependent on the age of the person you're talking to, if you're in your twenties and you know you're going to spend some time chatting with someone (which would be the case on this forum, even though not everyone is in their twenties) the tu is the rule. On other forums where you can find all ranges of age (like the french Diplomacy website where it seems that the vous is the rule) the situation is different.
Yeah, internet forums are kind of weird in this regard, because the interaction is usually rather informal but you're still often practically strangers.
I know, didn't bother to look up how to get the diacritics onto the e.
It's similar actually, in most forum communities I've been in informal "du" is used, but I have seen formal "Sie" in things like comment sections for online newspapers.
I hate to cut in on this Français discussion, but is anyone else having this weird effect where instead of attacking the barbarians just migrate in massive stacks to the nearest barbarian city?
In my roman game I didn't take Bordeaux and the barbarians took it. And now there's a massive stack of at least 15-20 barbarians just sitting there. Even stranger, new barbarians are completely ignoring Paris (owned by me) and are just crossing my borders to reach Bordeaux. It's actually really scary, I fear I'll have a stack of 30-40 Franks right next to me after the French flip that massive stack.
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That'll be ok, AI will delete those units on their own. They won't fight you.
BTW, if Rome controls France and is still alive on France spawn, France auto-declares war. Should this be a thing or should it be a peaceful flip?
Yes, I think that barbarian aggresiveness has been nulified for some reasons. In latest SVN they behave like the "aggresive barbarians' button is unset.
I've seen Mounted Braves and mohawks sitting around in stacks as well. Eventually they just get flipped to America/Canada. When it's one unit on their own they tend to attack, but when two spawn they seem to sit around and stack.
The barbs don't seem as prone to suicide attacking a city anymore, they appear to be more into pillaging the land. Not sure if this is intentional or not. Actually, barb stacking is making me think of the camp idea we discussed in the past.
Does not reproduce for me, I can reach turn 319 without a crash.
Something random I came across -
The Quest of Greed (the one to obtain a resource) fails if the civilization collapses when you take the city needed. Not sure if this is intended, I know it's part of the core game so there will be oddities.
Philip II of Spain will appear even if you discover the new world in 700 AD. I suggest you add a date as well as the new world discovery to his appearance code.
What level of hax did you use to do that?
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