Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by bite, Dec 4, 2018.
Not all natural wonders tho. There are some, like Pantanal, that are passable.
Very important point!
I'm sure Ed will tweet their agenda soon.
Legions can chop out more legions, of I understand the meta correctly.
I don't chop unless necessary, but I can see that being useful.
Possibly OP early in the game, not throughout the entire game though. You also can't settle on turn 1.
Starting next to Pantanal would be rather nice eh? If it counts as jungle.
As it seems, there is quite some uncertainty about the abilities that may decide how good the civ is:
Not harvesting resources but harvesting features, or not harvesting features?
Can they place districts on features or resources or not?
If they cannot harvest anything and thus not place districts on features, they might not be that good after all for anything besides conquest.
Also: they want to have a lot of cities on the coast, which might be dangerous in the late game.
I feel pleased that I was one of the first to call Maori, due to the shirt, with a bit of hesitance due to the lack of tattoo (which was later added).
To be fair, there are lots of civs that get called OP when first announced but if they're all OP then none are OP.
This is what Civ design should be about though: providing genuinely different ways to play the game with strong bonuses and strong weaknesses.
It counts as a marsh.
Is the harvest restriction only for actual resources (like sheep, fish, stone etc) or also for jungle, marsh, forest etc? That's a pretty big difference after all
I assume this means that you DON'T get the bonus for passable tiles WITHOUT features: grassland, plains, desert, coast, ocean etc.
I think the Pantanal counts as a marsh, but yeah, enjoy those 2 food / 2 faith / 4 culture tiles once you've built your Marae
Of course it does. All those Capybaras. Sorry.
I agree. More civs should have these extreme pros and cons.
You don't. You also don't get it from resources (quarried stone still gives a (pathetic) 2 food/2 production).
Yep. But I've found that perfect campus spot with Stone sitting there a lot.
The video shows an Industrial Zone district in the city when talking about tourism after flight. The tile had a forest on it previously.
I guess that's a good point, they aren't so much OP as they are OP in niche situations - like this one with watery map and lucky start or Hungary with CS's near by, Idk I still think they're pretty damned strong though
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