Discussion in 'Civ4 - Strategy & Tips' started by Neal, Mar 24, 2009.
Wow what a slaughter!
Part II is up.
From Not enough Seige to too much. Nice Neal. Take more than 30% seige and you are alright. That is AWESOME!
YES! BIG STACKS! Great job! I thought more or SB would have to go but I guess I'm just too bloodthirsty today.
Great Game Neal! Maybe time for Deity? Joking... but you could try it...
Next time I think you need to make the game truly immortal. One thing for sure you should not be rushing warrior guarded Sumeria or barb warrior cities! That's Prince level.
I think Immortal every civ starts with Agriculture, The Wheel, Hunting and Archery, on top of their free starting techs. This includes the barbarians... It's a huge advantage for the AI and it's not truly Immortal level until you play with it.
Although, are you doing an advanced start next? Some sort of medieval game?
Well done. I really like the writing style in this one, btw.
Decided to finish my shadow game:
1535 diplo victory. 287k. Capitulated Hannibal then Qin then Wang then Sury, cash-rushed UN 1495 and then waited for the vote.
Good game, Neal. Great score!
Well done Neal!
I come out of lurking oh so rarely, but this was one occasion to definitely drop in and say what an exceptionally enjoyable read this was. You, sir, truly are the King of the World. Well played!
K, so I'm obviously way late on this thread. But, just to describe what I highlighted, Wang Kon was around 1000 AD, and Tokugawa was 1600 AD. The only civ in east Asia should be Qin China, and it should become very strong, as strong as India if you didn't rush kill them first. In fact, after killing off India, suggest going for China next. You're Darius...whip up some courthouses and enjoy the entire Orient in BC.
Yeah, but Sitting Bull was 19th Century and Pacal was born well into the AD's. My point is, there were a Korean and a Japanese people before the beginning of the common era. If the specific leaders tied to the Civs were a cheat, so be it.
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