Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by bite, Nov 20, 2018.
Oooo I like this! Only thing I could think of adding would be plague of frogs for pesky Cleo.
And bloody floods of course.
Make GPs recruitable after all religions have been founded.
Moses 1 charge. Instantly builds a canal district.
We are talking about the same website that called Pillars of Eternity an "indie" game. Kotaku doesn't have much credibility these days...
"Cleopatra, let my people go!"
Just want to be clear, liking this because it was funny, not because I want it in the game!
Locusts! I want Locusts!
And if we're really being Inclusive:
Norwegian Religion smites enemy units with a flying hammer
Greek Religion is the one throwing lightning bolts
Indian Religion provides Air Support to its units with a large flying bird.
Sounds daft as anything but potentially very fun. I'm in.
I think they may be sending missionaries to New Jersey.
Let us make a religion which would curse each of enemy citizen to speak different language, and thus decrease their production whenever they start a wonder.
I could not agree more. I honestly never understood why the world would vote to ban citrus.
"Citrus has posed far too great a threat to humanity! SCURVY BE DAMNED! DOWN WITH CITRUS!!!"
"Sir. The motion carried. All citrus has been banned."
"Good. We are safe. For now."
I thought it was candy... but it was pigs... - Suleiman the Great.
I thought it was a way to wage economic war on your rivals.
The AI thought it was a way to amuse itself when it had nothing better to do. (I'd literally see Civ5 leaders try to ban their own luxuries... )
Well they are revealed a ruler that can rule as England or France. Eleanor of Aquantine.
It is a well-known fact (among the surrounding states, anyway) that Anything you send to New Jersey would improve it . . .
As a certain geology professor described it when I was at University:
"The land from which the sea receded in disgust."
Okay, that was Insensitive to Jerseoids. I'd apologize if I was really sorry.
32 hours to GS, and I'm getting snarky. I probably need to go translate something to take my mind off it all . . .
I just have a quick question about Germany, did they get changed as well? Or did they get an indirect buff to their Hansas because of the strategic resource/ IZ district change?
That's what I used it for. It was refreshing to have diplomatic and economic options for dealing with problematic Civs instead of always waging war.
But banning a luxury is a minor nuisance at best. Now you can shut down culture civs by making it really hard to generate culture by banning Theater Districts, for example.
A short tunnel under water ought to be feasible in the late game. The channel tunnel is 50.5 km long.
So you're saying the impression I've been fostering of a rich, lush, beautiful garden after looking at countless license plates of cars visiting from New Jersey over the years describing it as "The Garden State" may be somewhat misleading?
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