- Sep 14, 2017
I have been looking at a strategy of rushing Computers in the tech tree, building flood barriers everywhere, and then burning as much coal as possible. Particularly on maps with a lot of floodable terrain. The results don't seem to be as effective as one would think. Even if an AI civ's territory is entirely flooded, it seems to continue to function. I would have expected it to fall apart, with every city revolting for lack of food and amenities, but they seem to hang on, and even trade normally. Maybe there is a slow decline? Any thoughts?