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Does anyone knows which file in civ5 response for cities graphics?

Discussion in 'Civ5 - Creation & Customization' started by Yabox_Proporciy78, Jan 22, 2021.

  1. Yabox_Proporciy78

    Yabox_Proporciy78 Chieftain

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    I just wanna make industrial cities keep appearace in modern era, because musketeers fighting for glass skyscrapers lokking ridiculous. Some dudes already made this for civ6, i just wanna do it for civ 5 too
     
  2. SLGray

    SLGray King

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    I though units and workers change the way they look through the eras.
     
  3. LeeS

    LeeS Imperator Supporter

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    Civilian Units upgrade their graphic look to match the basic 'era' the player is in (ie, early-game, late-game) but combat units like Musketmen are Musketmen and don't go *poof* automatically to look like Great War Infantry even though the owner of the unit might be in the Atomic or Future Era. The graphics for combat units is inherent in the type of unit it is so in order to make your units look like more-modern units they actually have to be upgraded to the next better Unit-Type(s) -- which the AI hardly ever seem to do.

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    And as far as OP's original question, I'm not sure where the graphic definitions for city-styles is located if it's even accessible other than copy-pasting over the original game animation files.
     
  4. whoward69

    whoward69 DLL Minion

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    Try changing the ArtPrefix entry in the Eras table
     
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