Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Carazycool, Oct 23, 2016.
Most campusy spot to ever campus.
Intresting, even lakes will flood when the ice melts....
I thought I'd found a beautiful place to build the Huey Teocalli but then Lautaro beat me to it so this lake is aptly named!
@God of Kings ...
Alright, here it is. Kupe's optimized Tundra City which can generate 330+ Tourism on average per turn without any global buff from special Policies!
Reyna is there for steady high Gold flows (Harbor + Commercial Hub) too -- which kept drawing AI to steal 750+ every once in awhile.. but, my Spy eventually promoted enough to catch or kill them on almost every opportunity.
With these Wonders & one Natural Park for output efficiency;
-- Statue of Liberty
-- Panama Canal
-- Golden Gate Bridge
-- Potala Palace
And.. as requested;
-- St Basil's Cathedral
-- Amundsen-Scott Research Station
PS; It could have been more Culturally inclined simply by adding a full Theater-Square up north over the Ruin or wasting the Farm nearby.. but, that Victory type was well cared for by other cities!
Only 330? Surely you can go higher... A relic with Basil and reliquaries is 32 tourism, so 11 relics would beat it... (palace 1, apadana 2, Michel 2, Basil 3, temple 1, Medici bank 2 will result in 11 slots.. Once you unlock natural history museum you even get 4 more... )
Please tell me you misclicked on that Huey tack and would have put it one more to the left? : P
Yeah, of course. I moved the tack over just a bit before taking the screenshot so that it wouldn't block the name of the lake.
Agreed.. yet, that precious Government/Plaza (along with its Reliquaries NHM/building) was actually placed elsewhere to assign both "Mausoleum/Halicarnassus & Casa de Contratacion" together to exploit another key-set of advantages + Harbor for the "splendid" Era bonus too!
Nothing like a good plan(+++) to focus on specific tiles & other assets in any given city.
PS; St-Basil Cathedral still generates 48 tourism (pushed by GGB?) per each three Relics from that tile, btw. Too bad.. Apadana requires the Capital & St-Michel has to be located on Marsh.. so, no luck for these two either in Taumutu.
We built the Statue of Liberty, and a volcano is celebrating!
Lava would just melt that right down.
This gives a whole new meaning to rocket's red glare and bombs burst in air.
Why isn't this city under sieg... Oh, wait They could be Great Artists though...
It's more sad than funny, but AI spends ALL their favor on voting when always everyone votes yes...
The free cities of Egypt refuse to call themselves egyptians (first time I have seen full loyalty free cities like this)
From that picture they maybe wouldn't mind to call themselves Egyptians. Arabs, on the other hand...
Genghis doesn't want me to give up the horses.
Yes, looks like it's a new reality. I had something like this in my game as well - a conglomerate of four contiguous Free Cities – like a buffer zone between two nations. They could be given a probability to form a new independent nation after some time, if nobody conquers them.
How’s this for a neighborhood? Plenty of scenic beauty, although the commute is pretty rough.
Probably because you're offering 0 horses. He was not born yesterday, as concerns matters of horses, y'know.
Now, if you repaired that pillaged horse resource near Shenyang first?
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