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Coal in Japan -Warlords-

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Rhye's and Fall of Civilization' started by Edungeon, Mar 10, 2007.

  1. Edungeon

    Edungeon Flying~

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    I was playing as japan, and IIRC there is coal in the sapporo region of Japan.

    Well i can see how this is necessery in the Vanilla version of the game, but in Warlords having Coal just simply take out the role point of the Shale Plant ( the only building that provides Energy without requirements ). What about putting a food resource in the place of Coal ( to help that region, that is a crap :lol: ) or changing the Shale Plant effect? ( perhaps more :hammer: cheap ).

    Well, just a suggestion :p
     
  2. Ghostofkuji

    Ghostofkuji Chieftain

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    I concur. How about having sheep, cows or corn appear later on to represent the development of Hokkaido?

    A large reason for Japan attacking Manchuria and Korea in the early part of the 20th century was to secure the resources they lacked and allow them to compete with the colonial powers of the day. I think this should be equally valid in the (Warlords) mod.
     
  3. Whitefire

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    Any kind of food resource up there would help out. You can't build a decent city there because none of the tiles will produce more than 2 food.
     
  4. Edungeon

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    Yeah... and if you want production from a Hill you just don't grow anymore!
     
  5. Ghostofkuji

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    Strange since Hokkaido is full of farmland these days!
     
  6. Edungeon

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    Yeah... let's just wait Rhye read this, and see his opinion... o_o'
     
  7. Riker

    Riker True Metal of Steel

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    There is not enough coal in the world to build railroads... We should not remove its sources
     
  8. Edungeon

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    But let's put it in others places! Because in Japan it takes away the point of the Shale Plant...

    But if you don't want to take out the coal, the UB needs to be changed...
     
  9. Riker

    Riker True Metal of Steel

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    the UB has increased production. And the UHV is finished way before its appearence
     
  10. Edungeon

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    +10%:hammers:... are you kidding me? the original UB is special because it doesn't need Coal ( at my point of view ).

    And in almost all my games i don't go after UHVs... and just put personal objetives ( Conquer Europe, Oceania and 24 territories ;) ).
     
  11. kairob

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    I agree with Edungeon.
     

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