Discussion in 'Community Patch Project' started by Gazebo, Oct 18, 2010.
What's your modlist? This is probably a mod conflict, by the sound of it.
In the 12/10 version the AI couldn't use its Great Diplomats, so they would sit around the map and grow in number over time. If that's the version you're on that might be the issue.
I read this topic more carefully and removed CvGameCore_Expansion2.dll from the CSD folder, Gazebo already wrote that this can cause a problem with the Great diplomat. I think when the new game is a problem with the diplomat will disappear.
My connection procedure that I use now:
1) City-State Diplomacy Mod (CSD) for Brave New World (v 25) - without DLL
2) Civ IV Diplomatic Features (v 10) - without DLL
3) DLL - Various Mod Components (v 68) - include combined DLL
4) Diplomacy - City States (v 4) - connects modification
5) Diplomacy - CivIV Features (v 1) - connects modification
*If the problem appears again, I'll write in this thread further.
Gazebo, I did the translation of the CSD, v. 25 on the Russian language. If you want, I can send you translation files.
Any chance to get a separate mod for pioneers and colonists without dll?
I mean, I want to have the chance to use them without having compatibility problems with other mods.
No, they rely on the DLL to function.
So... no chance then to use your mod with WHoward's Various Mod Components and Civ IV Diplomatic Features (v 10) but keeping your Mod´s Pioneer and Colonists because all of them modify DLL, right?
If you want that you should use the Community Patch.
Thanks Gazebo, I will try that !!!
One more question... when exactly the Pioneer and the Colonist enters in the Game? It has to do with any Tech or just change or Era?
They are technically features that were removed from CSD and added to the Community Balance Patch.
I'm not sure they will appear in your game with just the Community Patch anyway. (Although CP makes Whoward's DLL redundant since it incorporates its elements, so you can still use that). They unlock with techs in the Community Balance Patch. If you don't want to use CBP but want colonists and pioneers, I'd say your best bet would be this mod.
Huh. Who made that? I don't recall anyone asking for the code. Not that I'd say no- I just like to know what's going where.
I don't know the guy, but you can see he gives credit to CPP in the description (on that steam webpage):
Yep, I just assumed it was a forum user (not everyone has the same username here and on steam). Not a big deal- all CP/CPP code is free to use and abuse.
Edit: but I do expect regular animal sacrifice.
I think I've read that Funak was willing to sacrifice his newborn to you at some point and I'm pretty sure many people here feel similarly
There is either a bug with the 'CS revolution against ally' quest, or I strongly dislike it's implementation.
I had this quest pop up with my longest and most consistent CS ally (in the middle of a 2 front war with my only surviving trade route being to this CS, of course). As difficult as it was, I spared a couple units to destroy 'barbarian' rebels throughout the entire 20 turns. As you can see, I amassed quite an amount of influence from all those barb kills:
Yet, the very next turn, I not only lost my ally but went all the way down to -60 influence:
If they were going to revolt against me no matter what, what was the point of having the 20 turn wait with barbarians spawning, with a chance to gain influence throughout? Furthermore, if there was a reason for the revolt, a tooltip so as to know what to avoid would be appreciated. If the revolt is random, though, I strongly dislike the mechanic especially if there's nothing that can be done about it.
If they went through with the revolt only because there were barbarians remaining, then I think more discretion is needed. This was the battlefield before I ended my last turn (no idea if this guy even survived the following turn, I doubt it):
Not exactly a depiction of rebels emerging victorious from the battle.
Sounds like a bug. Github report, please (trying to collect all data there, as I've been gone and there's been too many reports in threads for me to keep up/re-read).
Ha, I just made a post there about an unrelated bug. Opening an issue now.
That reminds me - sometimes a City-State will just (seemingly) randomly get Angry at me. I'm nowhere near the CS and they don't even have an ally. And even if they did, it'll sometimes be something like -16 or something equally strange.
Failed quests. Winner of world quests get the bonus, loser(s) are penalized for half the value of the successful quest. This allows quests to generate less influence (to prevent influence inflation) but still be potent.
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