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How to launch the ingame worldbuilder

Discussion in 'Civ6 - Modding Tutorials & Reference' started by Gedemon, Oct 20, 2016.

  1. SimonB1er

    SimonB1er Chieftain

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    Is it possible to open the world builder while in game like in civ IV?

    Or any oyher way to modify a savegame easly?

    I just want to give religions to specific civs?

    Thanks!
     
  2. spikemannen

    spikemannen Chieftain

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    I've been looking around for a summary post regarding requirements to create a map in worldbuilder and play it. I've tried numerous solutions, creating my own mods and using existing mods and just renaming my maps. Made sure that no rivers are crossing, removed any wonders that doesn't seem to work, setting CS citys and not only starting points. But nothing works. Can someone advise?

    ****Update****
    I've figured it out! The new city-states from the DLCs is the reason why my map is crashing upon loading. When replacing with original city-states it works. Verified that neither Auckland nor Armagh works.
     
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2017
  3. IngvarK

    IngvarK Chieftain

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    I edited the map that showed up when I started the worldbuilder. But do I save it? I don't find any menu with a save button
     

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