Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Carazycool, Oct 23, 2016.
They really need to get those golden ages scaling more.
Or I need to not be sitting on more than two civilizations worth of cities, meaning I get ahead in everything and, in about 10 turns time, get first corps, first army, first fleet, first armada and first aircraft in the world. That's a lot of era points.
This is also an interesting one, considering Catherine de Medici was eliminated in the Renaissance Era, yet apparently this is an Industrial Era artifact belonging to her? (I guess the good news is that archeologists at least remember how France joined the Netherlands)
Edit: Contemplating doing this to try to start flipping Egypt's cities (she's in a Dark Age) and because one-shotting a city would just be really funny.
(seriously, I'm pretty sure I am SUPER far ahead this game)
(also yes that single city over there was a free city that I just conquered, and with a governor it's got stable loyalty)
The era point requirements don't scale with game speed.
At marathon, it would be difficult to get a Dark Age for the Classical Era, even for the AI, while getting a Golden Age for the Classical Era would be difficult at online speed.
Have to say this is one of the prettiest looking collections of ancient wonders I've seen built by an AI:
And as if the Pyramids weren't hard enough to build normally, imagine doing all of that on a little beach resort island off the coast thousands of years in the past :3
And then imagine putting a lighthouse behind it, so ships crash into the pyramids!
I have to say this picture gives me a new goal in civ. Settle a city with a one-tile island nearby and build a wonder on it!
And wow. They did not waste that Huey Teocalli back there.
Mbanza with a Shopping Mall.
The mall says FRXS on it.
Well except they could've easily built it to be adjacent to 3 lake tiles instead of 2 but yeah
Hey Gorgo, I know we're almost level 3 allies and all by now, but could you please like... get out of my city?
Edit: The per city.
Edit2: Which results in this. Long live Tamar.
This is how far I was in the tech tree when I won.
Well that's religious victory for you. All you need is faith and apostles
This warrior got +7 strength vs melee and ranged units, stands on a hill, and I get this.
Guess I can do an update to the pic I posted yesterday because this has gotten even more crazy with the addition of the Statue of Liberty, a Water Park and now the Sydney Opera House:
I guess it's because Gorgo got this really weird start along the coast with a ton of lakes and mountains so she's lacking in land area, and thus she's building all the things she can on water tiles instead. Also the fact that I'm playing Cree myself and have constant shared visibility of her actions here (due to being allies) is pretty fun. I haven't really seen an AI create something this aesthetic before. I kinda started grinning to myself when I saw her starting to build the Sydney Opera House as well; I was like oh yes please just do it :3
that boardwalk near the pyramids is that where the slaves go to unwind after a hard days work?
I had to share this start I had in my Tamar game. It was ridiculous. I got a relic in my first goody hut and I had Valletta suzerainty. I didn't even have time to do everything I had planned cause I won a religious victory at turn 198. Was about to enter a heroic age after getting 40-50 era score from converting cities with the religious dedication.
The pyramids were not built by slaves!
@Giskler Pathetic. I won one in turn 191 with Tamar. Also, I had Yerevan suzeranity. I also had a higher faith per turn than you have, and then I'm talking about when I didn't have protectorate war bonus.
Also, this is starting to get ridiculous (renaissance era):
(I think I'm gonna send a spy over...)
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