Discussion in 'Civ5 - General Discussions' started by TheMarshmallowBear, May 11, 2012.
TheKing: Mm. Cf. previous comment.
Three things I'd like to point out about how Religion works
Founding Pantheon costs/resets faithc ounter (in the IGN Demo, once he picked his Pantheon belief his faith count went to 1)
Spawning the FIRST Great Prophet resets the faith counter to 0 (as seen in PAX demo)
Any further Prophets do not reset the counter (in The IGN demo, his faith count stayed at 170 (i think, hard to say).
Are the official names of the Maya uniques 'Long Count Calendar' and 'Pyramid' (if so, can someone point me to the interview where this was shown) or are those just descriptive and the official names aren't known?
This if rom the IGN HD Video discussion.
Desert Folklore - +1 Faith from Desert Tiles
Faith Healers - +30 HP healed per turn if adjacent to friendly city
Fertility Rites - 10% faster Growth Rate
God of Craftsmen - +1 Production in Cities with pop 3+
God of the Open Sky - +1 Culture from Pastures
God of the Sea - +1 Production from Fishing Boats
God of War - Gain Faith if you win a battle within 4 tiles of your city
Goddess of Festivals - Gain 1 Culture and Faith for each Wine and Incense
Goddess of Protection - +30% Ranged Combat Strength for cities
Messenger of the Gods - +2 Science for cities with a Trade Route
Monument to the Gods - +15% Production for Ancient/Classical Wonders
One with Nature - +4 Faith for Natural Wonders
Oral Tradition - +1 Culture from Plantations
Religious Idols - +1 Culture and Faith for each Gold and Silver
Sacred Path - +1 Culture from Jungle tiles
Sacred Waters - +1 Happiness from Cities on a river
Stone Circles - +2 Faith from Quarries
2 or 3 more that I couldn't see in the video
Ceremonial Burial - +1 Happiness for each city following this religion
Church Property - +2 Gold for each city following this religion
Initiation Rites - +100 Gold when a city first converts to this religion
Interfaith Dialogue - Gain Science when a Missionary spreads this religion to cities of other religions
Papal Primacy - +15 Influence starting point with City-States following this religion
Peace Loving - +1 Happiness for every 5 followers of this religion in non-enemy foreign cities
Pilgrimage - +1 Faith for each foreign city following this religion
Tithe - +1 Gold for every 4 followers of this religion
World Church - +1 Culture for every 5 followers of this religion in other civilizations
Asceticism - Shrines produce +1 Happiness in cities with 3 followers
Cathedrals - Use Faith to purchase Cathedrals (+1 Faith, +3 Culture, +1 Happiness, Artist Specialist Spot)
Choral Music - Temples provide +2 Culture in Cities with 5 followers
Divine Inspiration - Each World Wonder provides + 2 Faith
Feed the World - Shrines and Temples provide +1 Food in each city
Guruship - +2 production for each city with a specialist
Holy Warriors - Use faith to purchase pre-industrial era land units
Liturgical Drama - Amphitheaters provide +1 Faith in each city with 3 followers
Monasteries - Use faith to purchase monasteries (+2 Faith, +2 Culture, more with Wine or Incense)
Mosques - Use faith to purchase mosques (+3 Faith, +2 Culture, +1 Happiness)
Pogodas - Use faith to purchase pogodas (+2 Faith, +2 Culture, +2 Happiness)
Peace Gardens - Gardens provide +2 Happiness in city
Religions Art - Hermitage provides +8 Culture in city
Religious Center - Temples provide +2 Happiness in cities with 5 followers
Religious Community - +1% production for each follower (max +15%)
Swords to Plowshares - 15% faster growth rate for city when not at war
Defender of the Faith - +20% Combat Strength near friendly cities that follow this religion
Holy Order - Missionaries and Inquisitors cost 30% less faith
Itinerant Preachers - Religion spreads to cities 30% further away.
Just War - +20% Combat Strength near enemy cities that follow this religion
Messiah - Prophets 25% stronger and earned with 25% less Faith.
Missionary Zeal - Missionary conversion strength +25%
Religious Texts - Religion spreads 34% faster (68% with Printing Press)
Religious Unity - Religion spreads to friendly city-states at double rate
Reliquary - Gain 50 Faith each time a Great Person is expended
The city state screen (wher you can view the ally, quests, resources, etc, there is a button to locate them on the map. Cool.
From screenshots, so official.
The name "Pyramid" is confirmed in a screenshot. The name of the Mayan UA is not directly confirmed; all we know for sure is that there was a notification that read "Maya Long Count Bonus" in the IGN video.
You mean like this?
Info from German screenshots, found in this thread:
Salt is a new luxury
Neuschwantein gives you +3 , +2 and +1 for every castle
Dutch UA has been changed, now you keep only 50% from traded away luxuries
The Celtic UA: +1 Faith for every city bordering an unimproved forest tile. The bonus increases too +2 for cities that have 3 or more unimproved forest tiles bordering them.
chad: That information is at the 2K forums if nowhere else.
Art: Ah, I can add that, if you like. Neuschwantein seems... really good?
With the more infos now, I guess the main site summary will be better on Saturday .
The_J: Updating my post now.
But I guess we'll see even more articles today , so no need to hurry .
Maybe we'll get to see something of Byzantium finally. It's surprising how we know less about Byzantium than of Sweden, who had been only revealed some weeks ago. I really hope we'll get some info on them.
Hear, hear, Art!
Let's see what I can add looking at the Tech Tree:
The Classical Era is two columns thick. Currency and Engineering have been moved into it (appropriately, imo). Drama and Poetry is a new tech and there appears to be a new medieval tech after Currency (total guess: Guilds). Tech paths have changed (I'm using Arioch's page for the tech tree, so I don't know if it's out of date). Philosophy requires Writing and Calendar, HBR requires Trapping and Animal Husbandry. The Wheel requires Archery, so Math no longer explicitly requires it (same path).
Circus Maximus moved to Horseback Riding. New building under Pottery.
We know Ballistics is a new Tech, (wel,l semi-new, it's present in the files atm), wonder if Patronage, Publishing and Calculus will make their appeareance as well.
This comes out the day before my 64th birthday...what a SUPER birthday present! (happydance)
Happy birthday gunnergoz!
I know I'm going to be crucified for saying this, but I wonder if the AI for Automating Workers will be coded to not remove/improve forests. I never really expirimented with that while playing the Iroquios.
I don't get this. Could somebody please enlighten me?
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