Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Carazycool, Oct 23, 2016.
You slow down by hitting the planet.
Speaking of spacey stuff, I swear Cardiff in this game is a subtle nod to Dr. Who. Look at this, electricity in the 15th century BC thanks to being suzerain of them! Something's not right with the timeline. I blame the Rift: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardiff_Rift
Ancient Power by Tyroq posted Apr 10, 2019 at 6:39 AM
I hope the colonists are comfy on their new exoplanet home.
If they're lucky, it'll be a snowy planet like Hoth to provide a soft, cushy landing.
Except that, based on its official size, Hoth would have to be made up of something denser than lead to have standard gravity.
I have yet to see a nuke used in 600 hours of play time.
There were a lot of nukes flying in my Inca game... All hitting them unpronouncable Phoenician cities, and all of them fired from my nuclear submarines. (Shh... It was a defensive war)
The funny thing is, after we peaced out, Dido became friendly.
All that radiation does funny things to your mind.
That is actually the same result like in the real timeline. After the bombs were dropped, stance changed and they started conquering the world with different pictures... almost like going for cultural victory instead of domination .
Dude, that post you quoted was from 2 and a half YEARS ago.
Just like in real life: the US nuked Japan and now they're probably the only nation in the world that genuinely loves us.
Too bad I can't call the AI out for having barbarians within their borders like they do me. The Mapuche seem to be entertaining barbarian builders inside their encampment.
Ladies and gentlemen... I present to you the highest UNIMPROVED tile yield ever in my civ career... courtesy of the natural wonder whose name I could never pronounce (who is supposed to only "rarely" erupt but has been going ham this game).
Yes, I know what you are thinking... unfortunately Basil's cathedral is already built in my capital. Still, get Indiana Jones over there to dig that up, and slap in a mine and we are looking at 20+ yield folks. (with Mbanzas so no fear of housing... I'm going to say despite not having freshwater this would be quite an OK city )
And it's only turn 147 of 500, so plenty of room for more eruptions and even higher yields! Imagine being Canada and getting your hand on a volcano like that...
Clearly, Canada needs to draft the entire population of Gimli, Manitoba, and send them to Iceland...
That actually happened my first Canada game
While we're on the subject of volcanoes, my brave Inca seem to have found the gateway to hell. And what better way to protect civilization from spawns of ravenous demons? Build a Holy Site right on the gateway! What could go wrong?
Gateway to Hell by Tyroq posted Apr 10, 2019 at 6:45 AM
Compared to the frigid tundra and ice to the north, the area around the volcanoes could turn out to be the Garden Spot of the Incan Civilization . . .
How EVER did you manage to set up a single city there and NOT lose it to loyalty ? this is a mandatory -20 city, so even with reyna and the 2 loyalty cards, that's still -7 counting ???
I bought my Monument right away, and I used Reyna to buy a Harbor so I could warp Magellan there. With the Mausoleum, he gives me 8 Loyalty XD
I used some Engineers to build Bolshoi Theatre and Sydney Opera House, and last time I played with my friend Ottawa and Montreal flipped to me! XD
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