Discussion in 'Civ4 - PBEM Games' started by Nighthawk419, Feb 19, 2013.
It's been over 150 hours Hercules, some trouble?
And the conclusion is...?
What is the rule about giving\receiving cities? Is there any rule? Or it is all is allowed?
If it's allowed by the game, its allowed in my PBEMs!
All right then! All is valid!
It's good to have a clarification to avoid confusions later on. I assume that ALL spying actions are also allowed, without any kind of restrictions.
GPS. Sorry for the delay but (apart from a short civ break) I needed to think a bit...
Wait, what about espionage induced civic and state religion changes? You sure we shouldn't put restrictions on that in some way?
Ruff_Hi will be taking over for me while I'm gone
Who gets the save?
Nighthawk does. But... You can just upload your turns here:
We are pleased to announce our Princess Alexandria has come of age.
We are now looking for a suitable Prince for her to marry.
Here is a prince that is eligible / available ...
Welcome to the game ruff_hi.
Ears are a little pointy, but probably acceptable.
Oh how We would love to wed Our houses together, if only We weren't a virgin Queen!
It is with both sadness and joy that Belisarius has sent word to the (one and only) Roman Emperor that Genghis Khan is dead!
The Mongolian hordes had advanced through Persia, sacking, pillaging, raping and killing all innocent civilians that stood in their way. There was no way to stop the hordes, so Belisarius decided to retreat to Baghdad and to wait for reinforcements from Europe. It was a good thing that the reinforcements got there just in time! When Genghis Khan said to his followers to "prepare everything to start the siege", one of his commanders said "there will be no siege"(*) as he saw that the Persians were heading towards them...
The first wave of the Roman attack was completely destroyed by the mongols on horses. But, this lead to a split of the enemy horsemen from the slow moving Mongolian forces. Before the Khan and his followers could enjoy their brief victory, the Pikemen 2nd Brigade started advancing towards the tired Mongols on horses. The Pikemen and their War Elephants escort were aiming straight at Genghis! However, the Mongolian forces, even though exausted from continuous battles, kept throwing themselves into the fight, in a desperate attempt to save their glorious leader. Futile... Belisarius, the Persian supreme Army commander, had hoped for a private 'conversation' with the most famous of Khan's, but it was a poor peasant that killed Genghis. When Belisarius arrived at the battlefield, the Mongolian leader was lying on the ground, injured beyond repair. It was not without sorrow that he said goodbye to such a valiant opponent.
After Genghis fell to the ground, the rest of the battle was relatively easy, with the Mongolian foot soldiers being slaughtered by the newly arrived Byzantine troops. The few remaining Mongolian forces fled from the battlefield so the 1605 battle of Baghdad will be a Roman victory that will endure troughout the times! The next nights will be filled with Persian and Roman songs, that will sing the to the glory of Belisarius and the Roman Empire!
Glory to the Roman Empire!
(*) Stolen from the Game of Thrones
Tigranes, your timming was almost perfect. If you had attacked just a couple of turns sooner, the reinforcements might have not arrived in time to prevent the worst (or better according to the perspective).
Mansa Musa, supreme ruler of the Malinese Empire, congratulates the true and only Emperor of the civilized world, JUSTINIAN I, for this glorious victory over the heathen barbaric hordes.
What do you know, you are a savage?
The Queen of England is mostly concerned about how Genghis Khan has apparently been alive for about four hundred years and somehow nobody found that strange.
And how about the Queen of England? She seems to be more than 500 years old!!!
Oh don't be ridiculous. Obviously We are now at Queen Elizabeth CXII.
Why is the Queen of England roman?
I´m not, my friend. The Malinese Empire has converted to Christianism a long time ago.
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