Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Carazycool, Oct 23, 2016.
random question but how did you get such a tight zoom? Mine seems to go in only about half as far.
This is turn 1. I've heard of forward settling but my goodness....
How do you play the game in French?
Perhaps I can read french
I mean how do you boot up the game in French? Is there an option in Settings or something?
I am aware of that, and I also have seen the same situation happen in richer countries too. However, I think it's odd, but also intriguing, that the game decides to upgrade trader units at different times.
Yup. From the main menu, Game Options -> Language
I just use the wheel on my mouse.
There are mods which gives more freedom for the game camera, like "free camera" and "improved kineticam".
Farms are districts (or maybe forts?) now...
And they're effective even when pillaged!
Edit: After attacking I can confirm that, indeed, attacking the unit from a district also means Garrison is in effect. Which doesn't make any flipping sense.
I don't mind as it means 1 gpt more, but still... I'd have turned right instead of left at Rome.
I think I found an (as of yet hidden) strategic resource. Note how the city wants to work the objectively worse tile.
Probably that is caused by your city governor. You ordered your city not to work tiles with culture. Still I don't understand why it still works that one tile with 2f3p2c southeast of the city.
There's no culture on that tile I circled though. It's 3f2p or 3f1p. Anyways, we'll never know because I didn't get to complete that game before R&F.
And talking about R&F, not sure if I've just had bad luck, but I ended in this situation two games in a row now:
I'm starting to see a pattern... Fourth game I started, fourth time I had heavy barbarian problems early and then an AI declared a surprise war on me... This time I think I'm ready for it though.
"You are attractive and engaging"
I really want to know what this new agenda is... Guess I gotta rush Printing cause I'm not in trade route range.
I think that is Flirtatious.
What does it do and how do you get a negative modifier? (or is it always positive?)
Also, this is the best kind of warfare, MWUHAHA! (and then I haven't even finished the Entertainment Complexes yet, totally forgot about Bread and Circuses)
Flirtatious likes leaders of the opposite sex and finds leaders of the same sex uninteresting (negative modifier).
The glorious day has finally arrived. We can now 'ship our favourite leader combinations in Civ, Fire Emblem style.
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