Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Carazycool, Oct 23, 2016.
my god... this is totally unbelievable ;-) hilarious !
A bit of a small Mediterranean Sea, but the game compensated by taking the name (at least in German, "Mittelmeer") for locating it quite literally, if you look at the minimap:
Hey Menelik, we heard you like hills.
Also, I like Barbarians just as much as the next guy, but can we please make their spawn requirements a little stricter? Just a hair? Because, quite frankly, I seriously doubt that I missed these guys 10 turns ago.
The leylines have led us here... to a volcano. A sweet, sweet volcano.
Can you make two national parks on that?
I remain convinced that Mt. Unpronouncable is the best natural wonder in the game
My skirmisher got caught in the middle of a meteor shower and emerged without a scratch. Craters all around him, but look how he stands there amid the smoldering landscape in a macho pose, not giving a single toss
(for more down to earth description: I moved it on that islet to clear a tribal village, and the next turn a meteor shower hit that very tile; after that, the skirmisher had to embark and disembark again to claim the free heavy cavalry unit)
Ethiopian society will be very hermetic, yes.
I'm not sure I'm going to enjoy the AI's attempts at using cultists very much. There was a reason religious units were moved to a separate plane
What did Earth look like 170 million years ago?
This would be a great TSL map
This is insane. Endless unit spam.
Civilized Kupe mad cause he caught me littering:
A classic example of AI Norway doing city location picking wrong ... as in really, REALLY wrong.
I swear, every time this wonder is in my game, it just sits there doing nothing the entire game!
Behind the given link are much more differently aged Earth pictures and I had a lot fun spinning around the globes & compare.
I would love to make e.g. a 150 million years old Earth map in "mediterranean" style: Central America in the west, South America & Africa together in the south and the Pillars of Hercules (Spain & Britain) in the east ...
Mare nostrum from the West Indies to the Strait between Norway & Greenland.
But for such a map we are way too early in the development cycle - new important features are dropping in regularly (ley lines etc.) and an ideally big map size (which can be supported sustainably) is not decided yet.
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Anyway...I have never seen a CS having a support unit - I wonder if they actually built it or somehow captured it (the latter shouldn't be possible, AFAIK):
These walls remain here as a mystery for archeologists
What a beautiful and bizarre city by my buddy Robert, who has taken a dangerous science lead here while I fought an extended Huszar vs Cossacks match with Peter (it's an Extended Eras Immortal game on a hot, wet Seven Seas, if you're wondering) - not sure if I should congratulate or pity him. My favorite is the unreachable super tile (Petra + volcano + ley line) north of the useless Petra. A lot going on here: the mountain pass to the left, the canal into the lake, the other super tile next to Kilimanjaro (8 F /10P / 7S, this is just Disaster Level 3...)
There's a third ley line in this screenshot, just south of Peairt.
Lady Six Sky has gone a little cannon-crazy lately as well. And the line of forts is somewhat creative...
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