Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Carazycool, Oct 23, 2016.
"Toto, I don't think we're in Kansas any more".
Too bad it's not a tour bus. The group would probably rock you like a hurricane.
The year is 1832 AD and Asia is entirely occupied by the Germans. Well, not entirely... one small tile of indomitable Dutchmen still holds out against the invaders.
only missing the Golden Gate ;-)
Replace the seaside resort with an encampment and it'd look even more authentic
now, now don't tempt me to reroll games looking for the perfect place to build a golden gate bridge, an encampment on a 1 tile island, and something with a floodable tile. Though the GG bridge doesn't actually go to alcatraz, so I suppose it could be something thats' just in the city radius.
Trajan got that one first I'm afraid (not that I actually tried to build it)
The hardy workers of Machu Picchu laugh in the face your volcanic eruptions.
So long as the breeze doesn't blow the wrong way. *cough* *cough*
So has anyone seen this before? An AI for whatever reason refusing to recruit a great writer? Is Kupe expecting the next one to be better or something?
More importantly it's been this way for like the whole game. Even if he for some reason had just passed it normally then surely he should've been given the next one instead since you can't pass more than once in a row? Then how has he still not gotten a great writer?
The Maori can't get Great Writers. It's part of the UA.
oh right I forgot lol
Actually wouldn't it be more logical if he couldn't get great writer points at all if so? Would at least save the great persons tab from looking all weirded out because of it
Must've been some fight at the Colosseum.
More more importantly, what faces does that mod show for earlier great people? Great prophets in particular...
For those of you who are frustrated that they can't find iron in a GS game, it's because the US is cornering the market:
I was originally expecting to put a Holy Site and Campus districts in there (two spots for +2 at least) but I guess those plans will have to change.
It's the Real Great People mod, IIRC. They found representations of all the great people, some obviously more historically accurate than others.
When you just want to build that iron mine on that hill...
but two active volcanoes say: NOPE
But hey, it's 6 food, 3 production and 1 science and we are only in early Medieval Era, I'm not even mad
That's the first time I've seen two volcanoes side by side. Pretty cool! (Or more likely hot.) Are you using any mods, or is it just GS having fun with itself?
I've not only had two volcanoes side by side several times, but also a third one only a hex away. Imagine if the tile with the warrior in Revolutionist's screenshot was a volcano too, that's the situation I've run into. Makes the middle hex a perfect city site.
Map generation in GS seems to exhibit more clustering than before. Whether it's volcanoes, resources like the iron in my screenshot above, or city states like the example I posted earlier, it appears as if the code for distributing stuff has been tweaked. (Edit: I'm playing without mods, and using the default map settings)
Second edit: Aha! I knew I had a screenshot of the volcano cluster stashed away somewhere, here it is:
Something similar in my current game, super active volcanos both of them, hard to keep mines up and running.
Perhaps at some point you should stop trying to build mines and just work the tiles raw
...and maybe later make a national park out of them.
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