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Disappearing Holy Cities?

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Rhye's and Fall of Civilization' started by dmd175, Feb 27, 2017.

  1. dmd175

    dmd175 Chieftain

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    I picked up RFC after a 3 year hiatus. Asoka was one of the few I couldn't do before (many threads on the randomness of the UHV). Anyway, hut south of Delhi spawned a worker, and I was off to the races, following Kalle's guide but with a twist, to pursue Judaism first. I founded Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism all in Delhi (all in there because I had only a single city - more cities seem to detract from research early).

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    I reached the UHV, and I noted that somewhere along the line the Holy City status for Buddhism disappeared. I don't have this one shrined and so I wasn't paying close attention to the little gold star.

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    Searching the threads I can't find this reported (only thing remotely similar is Church of Nativity sometimes in Jerusalem or Rome).

    Do/can the holy cities move? Obviously not in regular BTS but in RFC? If not, some bug? (I have razed a few cities in Khmer and China - so it's possible if the city moved I razed it [China I harassed since 2000 BC with a popped warrior to steal workers and DoW'd everytime I saw a settler moving, and they founded a total of two cities: Nanching I razed immediately upon settling, and then when they collapsed around 1100 AD I razed Qufu and Beijing, despite being a good city, too far away and in the red stability zone).
     
  2. Imp. Knoedel

    Imp. Knoedel Imperator Knoedel the Great, Glorious and Gracious

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    Play Dawn of Civilization, it's much better.
     

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