Discussion in 'Civ5 - New Civilizations' started by TPangolin, Oct 23, 2013.
Silly Jewcube, las Malvinas son argentinas!
Not de facto.
Or De Jure....
Hrm, has anyone asked if an alternate leader Inca civ is the mystery South American civ yet? Possibly Huayna Capac?
Guatemala is in Central America (a subsection of North America), not South America. If TP was including Central America, my first guess would have been British Honduras (aka Belize).
Wait for TPang's daily comment.
No one's guessed correctly. You're not thinking outside the box enough.
Here's a hint: you're spending too much time trying to figure out what it is, and not enough time trying to figure out what it isn't.
Well it can't be anything from Patria Grande so it's not Post-Colonial or anything that is already exists. It is SA, and points at the region between the Andes and the Amazon. It can't be the Nazca nor Chico Norte. Any ideas?
Where the arrow points doesn't matter.
It could be anywhere on the SA Continent. Or off it. Was that misdirection? Who knows?
Off of South America?
It must be Lemuria. Or maybe Mu?
The Galapagos Islands! A civ led by Charles Darwin and based around sea turtles and such.
Or Aruba . . . Trinidad & Tobago . . . Curacao . . . Bonaire . . .
Jamaica? No? Probably not
Jamaica is part of the African Diaspora, so that's part of my civs...
So...Jamaica confirmed - just not as this particular mystery civ?
No. For MY civs, not CL.
Recommendation for their UA, then:
Oh, apologies - No idea how I misunderstood that.
Could be the Arawaks then. Something Andean or caribbean.
Back to the Boers, they did eventually settle in the reddit game, I think, but it took a while. I wonder if it's related to the issue with the AI not using the Conquistador to settle.
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