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Foreign Affairs Proposal for June 2 Turn

Discussion in 'Civ3 Demo Game: Citizens' started by chiefpaco, May 31, 2002.

  1. chiefpaco

    chiefpaco Chieftain

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    Here are the recommendations from the Department of Foreign affairs for the June 2 chat turn.

    Turn 0
    Zululand - Common Neighbour:
    ROP + Contact With English <-> ROP

    I see this one as an opportunity to gain some better relations with the Zulu. We are currently not trading with them. We also get Contact with the English!

    Turn 0
    Babylon - Rogue Nation:
    Extortion time: Renegotiate peace for all their gold (6).

    Alternatively, we could get Contact with the English for peace negotiation, but I think getting on better standing with Zululand is a higher priority. Babylon's techs are worth more than a peace negotiation will allow.


    BTW, am I allowed to check peace negotiation possibilities within the rules of the game?


    Other observations:
    - We could extort China but they have nothing to give.

    - The peace deal with the Aztecs will expire on turn 7 so I will re-evaluate that next round. If they demand peace renegotiation, I recommend taking the best deal available based on priority:
    1. Most expensive Tech.
    2. Most total Gold.

    - The peace deals will expire with India, Rome, Iroquois and Greece. I suggest we let them continue, preferably without renewing. If they demand renewal, we should just take peace-for-peace.

    Any objections or suggestions?
     
  2. Shaitan

    Shaitan der Besucher

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    Great plan. I think it's fine as is.
     
  3. Eklektikos

    Eklektikos Eponymous

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    Sounds good.
     
  4. Padma

    Padma the Inbond Administrator

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    Looks good to me.
     
  5. donsig

    donsig Low level intermediary

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    I think it is okay to check the possibilities and see what the 'advisor' says but you can't actually make any deals.
     
  6. crabapple

    crabapple I am watching

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    Yeh looks good
     
  7. Plexus

    Plexus Child-eating squid.

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    Yes, finally contact w/ England, we could have done it two turn chats ago. ;)
     

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