Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall - Dawn of Civilization' started by Leoreth, Nov 19, 2015.
Isn't India committing a literal genocide right now?
Can I change civs during the game more than once? I was planning to play the game throughout the history and changing civs along the way, just for fun.
I don't want this to come across as just me complaining that I lost this game, but I don't like the fact that assassinating a great person is an espionage option. The bulb/settle dichotomy of Great People is already balanced enough without the possibility that your settled great people can just be killed off. What do you guys think?
Spoiler Lost Moors Game :
I just reload if it happens tbqh
At least getting your bulbed techs stolen doesn't take the techs away from you.
Settled GP are amazing in the long run, but the vast majority of UHVs are too short for it to be a valid option throughout the majority of the game.
What are the options after the renaissance and how is the Rensissance reached here, through tech or specific turns?
After the Renaissance (which you enter after researching your first Renaissance tech) civs only collapse to independents.
It seems these commits are not pushed yet.
Civ 6 has really jumped the shark, hasn't it? Vampires and alchemists. On the one hand it's a shame that we'll never get a real historical Civ game again, on the other hand we've got RFCDOC and even RFC-Civ 5 to sate us. Still though, maybe someone should email firaxis and ask them to give Leoreth a annual budget and team of coders.
Vampires? What is going on?
Hm. This is the inevitable conclusion of the Facebook game design paradigm I guess.
Obviously we need to add a Romania civ to the game to compete.
Brits are already in the game though
I don't get the connection. People who die when you put garlic in their food?
Sorry what are Locations and why Paris was added to it?
just wanted to make a connection about brits sucking blood out of other civs historically. Also england has Victoria as the leader in Civ6 which has subtle connections with their imperialism and gothic literature
please tell me the vampires thing is a joke nooo
This is part of the code rewrite. Now all important locations/areas (like important cities or UHV areas) are defined in a single python file, instead of being scattered among several python files. (Sometimes being defined multiple times, potentially causing inconsistencies). It isn't hard to image that the location of Paris could be used in some python function.
This commit seems not to be pushed though.
That's what I'm getting at. The Moors "Settle 4 Great People" goal is so tight, there is no way to come back from that assassination. I suppose I could've put a spy in the city to lessen the chance that would happen, but I still feel that being able to assassinate settled great people is a bad idea. Does anybody know if spies can blow up Great Buildings, like the academy or stock market?
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