Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by hugojackson18, Aug 30, 2016.
Link to video.
Do you guys even watch the videos before stormposting these threads?
I like India, they have quite the ambitious "out-there" bonus which is quite nice.
which of the 3 threads will be the "official" one and which 2 will get merged?
No bonus production towards nuclear weapons?
What is that tile improvement at 1:19?
Acutally quite intresting traits!
UA: Gain follower beliefs from all religons present in your cities
LUA: Faith from from civs you meet that you are not at war with that have founded a religon, increas war weariness for opponents .
UU: Elephant that decreses combat strenght of enemy
UI: Stepwell: improvment with housing and food, gains faith if next to holy site, extra food if next to farm.
edit: corrected stuff
Gandhi's Ability - For each civ, India has met that has founded a religion, and is not at war, India gets a significant boost in faith. Opposing Civs suffer penalties in happiness/amenities when waring with India.
India's Ability - Recieve the benefits of follower beliefs from any religions present in the city.
Unique Unit - Varu - Reducsed strength of adjacent enemy units.
Unique Improvement Stepwell - Provides Bonus Faith and Housing, Extra Food from adjacent Farms, and bonus faith from adjacent Holy Districts.
Certainly interesting, I have yet to see a civilization that I do not want to at least try unlike Civilization V.
Is that shot of the AT Crew & an APC?
War weariness is back? This is the first I'm hearing of it...
Their unique ability is strange. Is there any way to influence or promote peace between others other than bribes I wonder?
India's ability is called Dharma.
Gandhi's ability is called Satyagraha, and it also provides an unhappiness penalty to civs that are at war with him (so unhappiness is still a thing or did they mean to say amenities/housing???)
Seen a farm, UB, towns, and a tank.
The Stepwell doesn't have to be adjacent to fresh water.
We don't know which one is UA and which is LUA. Also, bonus faith comes from those civs who found a religion.
Pros: It's quite cool to have civ focused not on founding religions, but on having different ones.
Cons: I don't think it's that interesting to play passive religion game. Usually if I invest in religion I want to found one.
Cons: Both abilities are passive.
So far, India looks like the least interesting civ to play to me.
Yes, we've seen it in let's plays.
By his bonuses, my guess on Ghandi's agenda is:
NUKE THE ATHIESTS!!
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