Discussion in 'Civ4 - General Discussions' started by BakingTheArt, Jan 21, 2009.
how about hovering the mouse over the choices so we can see what each does?
Wow - that modded F7 screen looks really good. What mod is that and who did it?
From time to time, you just can't resist, can you
Though, it only works if you play it in the Civ Gold mod, and the tech rate is horrendously slow until you build more improvements. I fixed that in a new version, but I haven't uploaded it yet. Are you Havelock?
EDIT: Here it is.
An awesome modder is responsible for that screen among many other awesome things, his name escapes me at the mo... oh, wait.
What mod is that? something World War 2 I presume .
Loklus World War I scenario which I'm running using the Legend of the Revolutions mod. I won the war and annexed most of West Germany. Russia's in the middle of the civil war.
Those must have been some pretty deadly arrows...
Haven't you watched Avatar?
So they were giant, poison arrows?
Hey, arrows will kill you just as dead as bullets will. Having a gun doesn't make you invincible.
This implies that at some point in the past Ruff resisted the urge. I think there may be a flaw in your logic.
I'd say it's even better than the Civ5 religion adviser! And those guys had a full team of developers.
civ5 dosnt have a religious advisor. and i probably misread the whole thing.
I think marines have light bullet-proof vests... but if it hit him in the face... well nevermind, 6 strength agaisn't 24? are you freagging kidding me?
There's no indication of how badly-hurt the marine was going into the fight. A marine with .1 health left is going to lose to a longbowman with 6 health and all those tasty defensive bonuses. Even a marine with 6 health left against said longbowman doesn't have overwhelming odds in his favor.
Hey... I once had a friggen Axeman take out my tanks. Axes! Ousting my tanks! I was all .
Maybe the next time there's a hung election, we can just stage a showdown between axemen and badly-hurt tanks, and let that decide the winner. I saw it happen in Peru a few years ago.
I think I confused the game's "what do you want to do next" prompter.
(Also, apparently Genghis won't accept peace if you don't beat his skull in first. I could be at war for awhile...naturally, he's long-since declared peace with Sitting Bull, who was the one that asked me to join in in the first place)
I think those circles are "recommened" moves.
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