Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by AreYouExperienced, May 9, 2017.
Giovanni de' Medici - (1-3) = -2 - Eliminated.
Adam Smith - 77
John D. Rockefeller - (18+1) = 19 -
Adam Smith - 78 (77+1)
John D. Rockefeller - 16 (19-3)
Can we close this now?
Adam Smith - 78+1=79 - The best.
John D. Rockefeller - 16-3=13 - Let's finish this now.
I'd rather have Rockefeller's money -- and have you actually tried to *read* "Wealth of Nations"? omg, so tedious....
There's a skyscraper complex in the middle of Manhattan called "Rockefeller Center." It's home to 30 Rock (both the show and the skyscraper the show is named after, where the Top of the Rock attraction is located) and Nintendo New York.
Is there a popular commercial hub named after Adam Smith? No.
Adam Smith - 80 = 79 +1 - An extra slot for the most powerful of the policy cards... the undisputed king
John D. Rockefeller - 10 = 13 - 3 - I can't leave this technically unfinished, so one step closer to elimination
He's still not nearly as good as Adam Smith who is extremely useful for all victory conditions and available much earlier. (80 + 1 = 81)
John D. Rockefeller: 10 - 3 = 7 (No shame in losing to the best)
Adam Smith - 82 BEST
John D. Rockefeller - 4 Worthy runner-up
Adam Smith (82+1) = 83
John D Rockefeller (4-3) = 1
One more vote
Let me finish this thread once and for all!
ADAM SMITH WINS WITH 84 POINTS!!!
As it seems, Adam Smith is truly a legendary GM when he eventually won with 84 points!
Moderator Action: With Adam Smith's record setting victory, this thread is now closed.
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