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[NFP] Civilization VI: Possible New Civilizations Thread

Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Eagle Pursuit, May 11, 2020.

  1. Republic of San Montuoso

    Republic of San Montuoso Prince

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    CUA : Risorgimento - Whenever a city-State rejoin your civ peacefully (through loyalty OR by taking it from another civ), you maintain the Suzerainety Bonus of this city-State in your capital (e.g. if you have Babylon, every artifact, GWW and relic in your capital produce science).
     
  2. mitsho

    mitsho Deity

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    wouldn't it make more sense to retain it in the city itself? I like it a lot, it's something fresh and changes your playstyle. Needs a rebalancement of course and a higher spawn rate of city states around Italy. Maybe they add some more Italian city states which then requires them not being on their city list. Which is strange, but gameplay trumps realism. Also in regard to the fact that Italy would need a loyalty bonus which would be strange for a country with 3 governments per year usually.
     
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  3. zhugejingqi

    zhugejingqi Chieftain

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    In our community, when someone looked at Ethiopian documents, they found a folder called Napoleon conquest module and cold war module. It is not clear whether this is two of the three real historical models.
     
  4. Cerilis

    Cerilis Not Warlord

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    Those are and always have been multiplayer scenarios, and have been "discovered" so often already. :lol:
     
  5. AntSou

    AntSou Emperor

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    So, Napoleon is in reference to the Cavalry and Cannonades scenario and Cold War is the Global Thermonuclear War scenario.
     
  6. zhugejingqi

    zhugejingqi Chieftain

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    Well, I had that guess at the beginning.

    It is said that the new model may be the economic model. Is it possible to reverse the current situation that commercial city states are too useless?
     
  7. Alexander's Hetaroi

    Alexander's Hetaroi Deity

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    I'm sure whatever historical game modes they will give us gameplay will last through all the eras anyway as those kinds would come late game.
     
  8. SMcM

    SMcM Emperor

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    I doubt they would be bunched into Russia, since Kievan Rus is as much Ukraine's history as Russia's. Would be like making Charlemagne an alt leader for Germany I feel like.
     
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  9. Thenewwwguy

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    which wouldn’t be wrong, it would be equally weird to make Charlemagne a leader of france too, in my opinion.

    In the case of the Kievan Rus, it’s existence led to the developments of both modern Russia and Ukraine, so I think them being their own civ OR an alt for Russia are both acceptable
     
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  10. Eagle Pursuit

    Eagle Pursuit Scir-Gerefa

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    Those are parts of scenarios that were never implemented. They've been in the files since the game was launched.
     
  11. Thenewwwguy

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    i miss the time of good scenarios. The civ 3 world war 2 scenario, the civ 4 silk road scenario and the civ 3 colonization scenario were my thing
     
  12. Lord Lakely

    Lord Lakely Idea Fountain

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    Russia already has Cossacks and the Lavra. Kievan Rus' are out of the question, sadly.


    I'd love to see them in Civ 7 though ^__^
     
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  13. Thenewwwguy

    Thenewwwguy Emperor

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    Russia being like the India idea (Chola, Maurya and Mughals as dynasties within an India civ) with dynasty bonuses for Kievan Rus/Muscovy, the Empire and the USSR would be interesting


    China for dynasty bonuses for the Qin, Tang and Han (or others)

    Korea for Joseon, Silla and Guryeo

    Arabia as Umayyad, Ayyubid and Abassid

    Persia as Achaemenid, Sassanid and Parthians/Arsacids (or Safavids if they want to go with a Muslim dynasty too)

    Japan could go with Meiji, Tokugawa Shogunate and another time period

    England could go with an Anglo Saxon, an Angevin and a later leader, like the Tudor

    France could go similarly, with a Louis XIV, Napoleon and Clovis, or something

    and so on. It would be interesting to say the least.
     
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  14. Zaarin

    Zaarin Chief Medical Officer, DS9

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    Considering the Han were the direct successors to the Qin and the Tang weren't too long after, I wouldn't mind seeing it spread out a little more: Qin OR Han, Tang, and Ming, for instance.

    Again, to spread things out, I think Achaemenid, Sassanid, and Safavid. TBH I wouldn't mind seeing the Parthians as their own civ filling the Eurasian Steppe Rider niche in place of the Huns or Scythians.
     
  15. Thenewwwguy

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    tbf, if you requested the majapahit specifically you probsbly are a history buff. The main reason why indonesia got in (namely named as indonesia) is because ppl requested indonesia (and it was a good marketing opportunity, considering it’s the 5th largest country by population)
     
  16. Alexander's Hetaroi

    Alexander's Hetaroi Deity

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    I remember watching in an interview that they were originally going to go for the name Majapahit in Civ 5. Of course some of the devs had no idea who that was so they went with the more familiar term Indonesia.
     
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    right, not just the devs but most fans wouldn’t know who the Majapahit were either, so liek I said, the requests of the history buff fanbase are going to vary greatly
     
  18. ElectRonin

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    That's a dope idea, first time hearing of it, but it would bring so much more flavor and immersion to each civ. Old Great Bulgaria>First Tsardom>Second>Third, pff basically writes itself. Would be cool if Hungary started as the Huns too.
     
  19. Thenewwwguy

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    hungary wasn’t hunnic but rather magyar steppe in origin.

    Im not opposed to dynastic developments for all civs, but i find that it might lead to a lot of controversy regarding national origins, especially with civs which aren’t still around.

    Honestly, i think the dynastic sub-civ traits should be reserved for civs with long semi-contiguous to contiguous historíes which can’t fully be represented through just 1 civ ability or 1 leader
     
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    I know, it was more about the supposed link between the Magyars and the Huns, but that's a pretty iffy topic. As you said, it would be a nightmare (especially for step tribes) to accurately portray origins.
     

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