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Corporation mechanics

Discussion in 'Civ4 - General Discussions' started by GABB, Jun 21, 2007.

  1. Thedrin

    Thedrin Deity

    Jan 24, 2002
    I can't quite believe that that's the way it works. Take ethanol for example. Does the founding civ get the benefits of the newly produced oil when the corporation acts in a foreign territory? Is it impossible for a non founding civ to use the corporation to create its own oil?
  2. sneaky

    sneaky Prince

    Nov 3, 2005
    If that would be true, corporation would be very strong, but it feels a bit overpowered.
  3. Bursk

    Bursk Warlord

    Oct 28, 2005
    Are you being sarcastic, sneaky?
  4. witten

    witten dot matrix cavalry

    Nov 5, 2006
    came up with a couple of curiosities..

    1. Would existing corporation make others harder to spread as in religion?

    2. Will I be able to *REMOVE* a certain corporation from a city? My neighbor civ planted this corp. which is not worthy for me and pays maintenance. But I won't to go for Mercantilism or State Propery. It'd be frustrating if I'm not able to. :blush:
  5. qwert

    qwert Warlord

    Jul 13, 2006
    The question I have is the following:
    If i found a corporation in a city, that city has the HQ, no?
    Does that city get the benefit from this corp? for example Oil from Stan. Eth.?
    If i spread it to a foreing city, i will become money, that the foreing city is paying, but: is that city going to receive the benefits in exange of the resources? (i hope yes)
    Will I be able to assign individual resources to the corps? For ex:
    I hae 1 corn and i prefer to assign it to standar Ethanol instead of assigning it to health.
    Now that it matters to have multiple resources, will we able to trade with all the resources and in any quantity on diplomacy? (I mean not only with those that we don´t have in common) For example I have marmol and creative constructions. I call another civ and ask him for two more units of marmol.
  6. LordGek

    LordGek Prince

    Aug 22, 2002
    I have to assume many of these previews have it a bit off, or its just really silly.

    From what I understand I, as the founder of a corporation, I get cash from every instance of my corporation in the world. So far so good.

    I also understand that maintaining a corporation is part of an individual city's expense.

    But what gets vague and hazy is who gets the increased production, gold food that the corporation provides? I just assumed this is something the hosting city got.

    So, sure, I have to pay to maintain my opponent's Cereal Mills that spread to my capitol city of Rome, but don't *I* get the benefits of this corporation planted in my city after paying the maintenance fees?
  7. Louis XXIV

    Louis XXIV Le Roi Soleil

    Mar 12, 2003
    Norfolk, VA
    I think that's far easier said than done, though.
  8. Martinus

    Martinus Emperor

    Aug 19, 2001
    Warsaw, Poland
    A comment from betas/Firaxians would be nice. Since this was described already, it is in public domain and thus NDAs do not apply - all we need is confirmation whether this is right or wrong.
  9. Steve2000

    Steve2000 Mighty Pirate

    Jun 1, 2005
    Deep in the Caribbean...
    What I don't understand is this statement:

    Does that mean that the city has access to corn, rice, and wheat, i.e. they are somewhere in your empire and connected via the trade-network, OR does it actually mean all three resources have to be in the 21 square city radius.

    If it means simply connected anywhere in your empire, does it have to be physically in your empire, or could you have rice and corn, and then trade for wheat from someone else, and then be able to use the corporation in your cities.

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