Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by bite, Dec 4, 2018.
Don't suppose we know if Indonesia gets anything new in this expansion? I would've thought Norway would get a buff of some sort.
They were in the announcement livestream where Ed said those civs were chosen because they received changes.
New notifier, not sure what this is. Might be active volcano discovered?
I´m disappointed that they didn´t build the Marai. Carl chose the Harbor and Government district instead.
The globe in the last stream was set on Europe or north Africa. I hope to see Sweden. Sweden should be connected to forest. I would have added a special improvement called Bruk. The kings placed these manufacturing towns or villages near the resources, mainly iron industries with smithies or production wood coal. Many of these bruks survived and become big companies in many cases sawmills of paper mills, so a better version of the saw mills would be cool or an improvement to wood cutting with the ability to replant forest faster.
Looks like raindrops over a little village.
I really don't like those canal graphics, hope we'll be able to edit them.
No, we know the flood icon from the climate screen. It shows a flowing river.
Skimming the thread and don't think anyone brought it up but the panel did mention short that there were changing to empire/production queues (obviously) but it wasn't polished enough to show off at this time.
They did. They can spam coal factories and melt the ice caps, then raid everyone's now-coastal city centers. It's what we call playing the long game.
It would thus be nice if they could consider revamping all the pre-existing civs so as to fit that philosophy.
It could be a bit more smooth and have less hard edges in ancient era, but I like the water going through the city and waterfront feeling.
sounds hilarious. thought it should be oil rig spam.
"Sometimes a Globe is just a Globe."
--not Sigmund Freud
The drought icon already showed up, it's different. It have more of a dry ground look
It's the end of a drought.
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