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Civilization Request Thread

Discussion in 'Civilization Design Resources' started by TheTacticalApe, Oct 2, 2010.

  1. ldvhl

    ldvhl ніщо

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    That's a civ I wouldn't mind doing. Assuming I ever get the Squamish out.
     
  2. Urdnot_Scott

    Urdnot_Scott Sultan

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    The Trucial States.
    Turkey Split

     
  3. DonStamos

    DonStamos Mobster Inc©

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    Am I reading Mehmet's UA right: Take capital = annex entire enemy empire?
     
  4. Urdnot_Scott

    Urdnot_Scott Sultan

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    No, I meant it to mean they all stop becoming occupied, though it was worded wrong, thanks!
     
  5. Natan35

    Natan35 Mayor of St. Natansburg

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    You are brilliant. simply brilliant. Can you split Songhai\Babylon\Morocco next?

    Fixing my Chola idea(i do things better from the second time):

    Spoiler :
    Leader: Rajendra Chola I

    UA: Cholan imperialism
    All units gain 20% :c5strength: combat boost against cities adjacent to a source of water\fresh water, and conquering those cities contribute :c5production: production towards :c5faith: faith buildings in the empire. Upon making peace, gain :c5gold: gold based on the amount of cities you conquered from other civilizations.

    UB: Siva Temple
    Replaces temple. Starts a WLtKD upon conquering a city. If built in a city with a source of fresh water, it will have a :greatwork: great work of art slot, that provides 1 :c5greatperson: great artist point when filled.

    UU:Thirisadai
    Replaces Galleass. More expansive, but has higher melee strength (18). When it attacks a unit, it deals damage to adjacent units equal to 33% of the damage of the attacked unit.
     
  6. Xepthrichros

    Xepthrichros Chieftain

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  7. Natan35

    Natan35 Mayor of St. Natansburg

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    Had a Siam split idea:

    Kingdom of Sukhothai
    Spoiler :
    Leader: Ram Khamhaeng
    UA: Pax Sukhothai
    Demanding tribute from city-states reduces :c5influence: influence by 33% less, and allied city states provide :c5gold: GPT in addition to other bonuses. Killing enemy units near CS territory provides 25% more :c5influence: influence.

    UB: Ceramics workshop
    Replaces workshop. Instead of the workshop's effects, it provides 1 :c5culture: culture, 2 :c5production: production and increases the :c5gold: gold from :trade: trade routes to and from this city by 1. It also provides a copy of the trade able ceramic ware resource.

    UB: Wat
    Replaces university. In addition to the effects of the university, the wat provides 1 :c5culture: culture and :c5faith: faith.


    The Ayutthaya kingdom
    Spoiler :
    Leader: Naresuan

    UA: Mandala
    Each social policy tree unlocked reduces :c5unhappy: unhappiness from cities by 15%(up to 75%), and increases the :c5gold: gold from :c5trade: city connections by 1. :trade: trade routes to :c5puppet: puppet cities provide 2 extra :c5gold: gold.

    UU: Naresuan's elephant
    Replaces the knight. Available later(at banking), but has a lower penalty against cities (15%), higher :c5strength: combat strength(22) and bonus against cavalry(25%). Has lower :c5moves: movement.

    UI: Rice Field
    May only be built next to sources of fresh water, and only on grassland\plains. +2 :c5food: food, +1 :c5production: production. May never be built adjacent to another rice field. Adjacent sources of fresh water provide 1 extra :c5food: food(may stack up to 2 times).
     
  8. Scapegrace

    Scapegrace Obvious Spambot

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    People kind of have a thing about Civs with two UBs, Natan. Allow me to adjust that Sukhothai Civ accordingly:-

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    Sukhothai (Ramkhamtrollface Ramkhamhaeng)
    Start Bias: Coastal
    Capital: :c5capital: Sukhodaya
    UA: Pho Khun
    City-State Influence decays 10% slower for each Allied City-State. Each City-State from whom you could demand Tribute increases :c5culture: Culture output in the :c5capital: Capital by 10%
    UI: Sangkalok Kiln (New!)
    Unlocked at Pottery. Generates +1 :c5culture: Culture and :c5production: Production. Generates +1 additional :c5culture: Culture for each Production Building in the City working the Tile.
    UB: Wat (replaces University)
    Standard University benefits. Additionally, generates +1 :c5culture: Culture per turn, and also gives 20 :c5culture: Culture every time you complete a City-State quest.

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    I think referencing the pottery of the period is a really good idea, but it could also work as a UI. For reference, Pho Khun is an old Thai title for a paternal ruler implemented by Ramkhamhaeng, who is a nasty troll and ought to be put up against a wall and shot for the good of the land. God, but I hate that snide, grinning little rat's anus. =]
     
  9. Natan35

    Natan35 Mayor of St. Natansburg

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    That reminds me Iberia now...but with only culture, and no trade focus...
     
  10. Kerfuffle

    Kerfuffle King of the Whale Sharks

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    Ya know, there are more creative ways of naming a UA than slapping together the word 'Pax' with whatever the civ name is - especially when such a phrase is never even used to describe a period or aspect of that civ. I've noticed that you've been using this to name the UA's in various of your civ proposals and it bugs me to no end :p

    But Scape's Sukhothai proposal hardly resembles The Iberians? :crazyeye: If anything the first part of the UA is closer to vanilla Greece, but even then everything else is pretty different. As for no trade focus, I think the culture from completing city-state quests and bonus culture in the capital from intimidating City-states effectively represents exchanges/trade/interactions between Sukhothai and it's neighbours in an indirect way. There are already a variety of civs out there that play around with the trade mechanic anyways.
     
  11. SULOMON

    SULOMON Mod Civs Best Civs.

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    Despite not physically existing a civilization led by Prester John or King David would be interesting. At the very least perhaps as an April Fool's civ (though I'm not sure a civ could be made in a month).
     
  12. Natan35

    Natan35 Mayor of St. Natansburg

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    Well, thats, fortunately, is not entirely true. Legui made an Israel civ, led by king David.:)
    @Fulafel(I'm calling you like that now): its because the UAs are based on what happened when the civ was dominant\at its greatest extant(AKA its "Pax"). That's the naming.
    Also, what is bugging me, is people putting a question mark instead of a point at the end of the sentence (*cough*half of the forum*cough*).
    @Scapegrace: your design is nice, actually(well,:mischief:). But try to actually split it...:crazyeye:
     
  13. Zantonius Hamm

    Zantonius Hamm Gay anime communist

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    Well, in most cases the question marks are there because the sentences are questions.

    It doesn't really matter if you have a reason for naming many of your UA names almost the exact same, because it's repetitive. There's guaranteed to be better alternatives.
     
  14. Natan35

    Natan35 Mayor of St. Natansburg

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    Prepare for idea spam(especially that I'm on vacation now).
     
  15. Scapegrace

    Scapegrace Obvious Spambot

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    Speaking of Civs that don't exist...

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    Mu Empire (Ra-Mu)
    Start Bias: Coastal
    Capital: :c5capital: El'Niarre-Avren
    UA: Empire Of The Sun
    +1% :c5greatperson: Great People generation rate for each Technology unlocked. Great Tile Improvements grant +2 of their respective yield in the :c5capital: Capital.
    UU: Naacal (replaces Great Scientist)
    May be expended for a large science boost. Each Naacal expended grants +1 :c5science: Science in all Cities. Additionally, the Naacal may be used to construct an Akhen Spire rather than an Academy, which yields 10 :c5science: Science rather than 8 as well as 1 :c5greatperson: Great Scientist point. The latter yield increases by +1 at Scientific Theory and Atomic Theory.
    UB: Yonaguni Superstructure (replaces Garden)
    Does not require Fresh Water, but may only be built in a Coastal City. +25% :c5greatperson: Great People generation rate, with an additional +1% for each Great Person previously spawned in the empire.

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    Yes it's broken af, but that's why it's an April Fool's Civ. =]
     
  16. Natan35

    Natan35 Mayor of St. Natansburg

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    Thats- a civ to my liking. Is that based on fiction or something?
     
  17. SULOMON

    SULOMON Mod Civs Best Civs.

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    I'm talking about the fictional King David that was supposedly the son of Prester John.
     
  18. Zantonius Hamm

    Zantonius Hamm Gay anime communist

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    The continent of Mu is a fairly well known conspiracy theory about there once existing a continent in the Pacific. Basically a larger Atlantis.
     
  19. COF

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    Are Lemuria and Mu the same thing?
     
  20. Zantonius Hamm

    Zantonius Hamm Gay anime communist

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    Not necessarily.
     

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