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Clockwork Golems

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Fall from Heaven' started by BugReportage, Dec 26, 2008.

  1. BugReportage

    BugReportage Chieftain

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    According to the tech tree they require a training yard. Is this true or is the game pulling my leg... :confused:
     
  2. Darksaber1

    Darksaber1 Secret Emperor

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    Well, you'd know if it was the Golem pulling your leg, because you'd be down a leg;)

    But it's probably just Ghost Data. If you can build it, then report it in the Cosmetic's Thread. If you can't build the Golem once you have rage, report it in the bug thread.
     
  3. Kael

    Kael Chieftain

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    They require the training yard buildingclass, which for the Luchuirp is a sculptors studio.
     
  4. cabbagemeister

    cabbagemeister Please wait...

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    Perhaps the sculptor's studio could be renamed "Golem Workshop" or somesuch, as it's difficult to imagine "sculpting" a clockwork golem.
     
  5. Deon

    Deon Lt. of Mordor

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    But also it creates gargoyles, so it's not a GOLEM workshop.
     
  6. WarKirby

    WarKirby Arty person

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    ISn't a golem just a magically animated object, though ?

    I think gargoyles can reasonably be called golems
     
  7. nihonjeff

    nihonjeff Chieftain

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    I could be wrong, but my impression is that the Luchuirp approach their golems as more than just machines, but as individual works of art, each as unique as a statue. For me, "Sculptor's Studio" helps convey that impression.
     

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