Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Carazycool, Oct 23, 2016.
Auckland works on lakes?
Yes it does. Also, in case anyone was wondering, lighthouse and shipyard also apply, but Mausoleum does not.
So, secret societies is on, India has a cultist. I have yet to receive any invitations. Ok, I only cleared one outpost and found one natural wonder, but that's 15 envoys...
Edit: of course, #16 did the trick.
So, continuing the story of Kupe's Petra on a 2 tile island, well, it did not end well:
In the end, no Petra... and no high appeal seaside resort.
After Seahenge, now Seatra.
Seatra inspired tales of Atlantis and Mu.
"Full fathom Five Old Petra lies,
Its facade fit now for fishes' eyes . . . "
Well... I guess I'm not gonna be rushing Cahokia this game
It's a shame you can't rename City States in the game. If any position cries out to be occupied by Shangra-La or "Lost" Cibola this is it.
What a suitable name
Trajan wiped out my religion and somebody called an emergency, 'cause I couldn't, and nobody did nothing. Before the very end, my religion reemerged in Lodz, but I could not reconvert Krakow in time, although it had no dominant religion due to my earlier desperate effort with the last charge of last missionary. So it ended in 'Members win', but nobody won anything. Perhaps, for such inconclusive cases they should foresee appropriate wording, because now this text stirs vain hopes for you briefly, and then huge disappointment dawns. No relic and no DF.
By the way, I got my religion back for good, it was a miracle
Nubia wins an emergency in style. I could not hold onto the captured Mediolanum, Amanitore was quite determined, but as soon as she captured it, she razed it!!! (see that pike&shot within empty city walls). Trajan, pal, who needs enemies when you have such allies
But seriously, did they not liberate cities in such cases before? It looks suspiciously similar to this new penchant of the AI to raze capitals and city states that they can't hold.
By the time this competition ended, I've been at war for nearly a thousand years. Amanitore had an opportunity to war by my side against Trajan, then together with Trajan in emergency against me, where she immediately razed the liberated city, and she was in a few wars on the side, in the meanwhile. So it was only natural that we tied for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Firaxis might want to look again into how the winners are decided.
Was looking for the great bath since I was curious who built it. Turns out this GREAT work in the theater district with the word BATH in it triggers a result in the search. Interesting...
What a nice, orderly and a bit modest (Emperor) AI invasion force. I can't remember if I've ever seen something similar in Civ VI - a genuine overseas invasion attempt with land forces. Light on the siege power, though. It sat there like this and immobile, right in the middle of the ocean for ten turns or so, then it moved westwards against Cahokia. I checked that Kristina was at war with Teddy who was the Suzerain. Sadly for them, all those troops have fallen at the walls of Cahokia which was defending with Renaissance city walls and one field cannon. Now that I think of it, my overly eager military observers might have gotten in the way too much
On one of the rare occasions I played TSL I once saw Monty successfully take about half of Japan, but he ended up losing it to loyalty pressure. This was on the big map from YnAEMP, by the way, not the little Firaxis TSL Earth map.
I've seen a couple of examples recently. Here's Genghis actually succeeding in an emergency to liberate La Venta:
And in the same game, Tamar launched an invasion against Wilhemina - sadly I didn't screenshot that - where she brought a fleet of tank and artillery armies similar to what you show in your shot.
Don't mind us, we're just passing by
When your city-state ally is attacked by a civilization with friendly relationship:
Unrelated to Civ, but made me think of this:
This happened alot.
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