Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Carazycool, Oct 23, 2016.
@Pfeffersack I couldn't find the Diplomatic Quarter at first but when I did I nearly spit my drink.
Fool! Do you not know it is against sacred law to consume any liquid or food when looking through this thread? Only morons of the highest degree do so.
Just because neither whiskey nor vodka had been invented while you were ruling Angleland is no reason to eschew their benefits now. Let's face it, some of the AI placements and activities shown on this Thread only make sense once filtered through a distilled lens or three.
Did you know that volcanic eruptions can even boost the science yield of tiles? (the civilopedia only talks about food/production)
Oh, this is something I'm pretty sure Civ 6 fans knew a long time ago.
But only the big eruptions.
This is one of the neatest little 'bits' in Civ VI: Catastrophe Science.
Given that Pliny the Elder as his last writen work described the Vesuvius eruption of 79 CE (which was a VEI [Volcanic Eruption Index] 5, officially named "Colossal") in very scientific terms but also died while dictating it (probable heart attack: he was old and overweight and his boat was dodging Volcanic Rock Fall at the time) this warms my little historian's manic heart . . .
I think it may give Culture too. Or was it floods?
Vesuvius is the only one that has a chance to add Culture. Floods can only add Food and Production. Or, Faith indirectly via the Great Bath.
AI always good for a surprise - it is rare that they vote down a disaster relief competition, but here they did it with my shameless self-initiated attempt to grab some extra-gold
Ironically, Kupe (whom I surprised with a DoW a couple of turns ago to snipe an unprotected settler) voted for me. Pachacutecs vote is interesting, too - he voted for me despite being target of a 2nd disaster relief competition (which passed)...it is debatable, if that's wise (you can argue that two competitions running at the same time devide possible funds, but OTOH the city project counts for all, so their might be more incentive to invest hammers)
Pachacuti is allied with you, I think he's trying to be a good ally unlike your other allies, which is nice from him. Power of friendship!
I wanted to try out Dramatic ages, got a dramatic start instead....
I am happy. I am sad.
Literally the following turn
Oh, come on, RNG gods!
Map Generation: Snow Hills are also Hills, right?
Fun fact: Georgia doesn't have a starting bias when they definitely should have one towards Hills.
Welp I mean your people have to have white field on their flag for some reason.
Up to 412 production now from London...
What could possibly went wrong?
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