Discussion in 'Civ6 - Creation & Customization' started by ldvhl, Jun 20, 2016.
Got your natural wonders and adding URLs to the list as well. Thanks TPangolin!
Natural Wonder Skellig_Michael (Ireland)
In my scenario, I have it adding a free Monastery if in city radius... it adds faith.
I've already got Pulpit Rock, but definitely adding Skellig Michael. Thanks!
How about the Cologne Cathedral perhaps?
Added to the list, thanks!
Yeah! First post in the forum!
Personally I would like to see some focus on Neolithic wonders and from the fertile crescent
1. Catalhöyük, A huge Neolithic village in Turkey
2. The Lascaux Great Hall
3. Mohenjo-dara, largest Indus city
4. Ziggurat of Marduk
5. The Ishtar Gate.
Apologies for second post, I forgot to mention quite a few strong candidates in my first post...
Torre de Belem
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belém_Tower , a legacy from the colonial period indeed.
The Crystal Palace
I believe there is no need for an introduction… Right?
University of Al Quaraouiyine
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Al_Quaraouiyine , the oldest university in history, besides, the architecture is excellent.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Botanic_Gardens,_Kew , as a RHS member, I have to say by all means it is the best garden humans have ever produced. also, the wide range of species presented in it also represents the oversea empire Britain use to have.
The Shaolin Monastery
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shaolin_Monastery , I know many people might think it does not deserve the title of wonder, to be honest it is occupied by a group of fake monks who value their commercial interest over their cultural heritage for now, but still, it is an interesting choice, and it does have at least some impact on Chinese Buddism and todays’ Hollywood film.
The Potala Palace
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potala_Palace , a extraordinary building which built on the most impossible place, the greatest architecture achievement in Tibet, also, its link with tundra suits the current wonders on tile system.
The settlements you've listed I'd like to keep separate for potential mod civ city lists or inclusion in my VI iteration of CCSMM. But your wonders? Absolutely thank you for them and I'll get them on the list shortly.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukharev_Tower (National Wonder I think)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torre_del_Oro (National Wonder I think)
The Walls of Carcassonne...
I'll list some from the Philippines (though I must say I have limited knowledge and possibly cannot be created, ironic):
Mt. Guiting-Guiting/Sibuyan Island (the forest is said to be the densest in Asia and it's kinda close to my heart)
Puerto Princesa Underground River
Maria Cristina Falls
Some Churches such as Paoay, San Sebastian, Miagao, San Agustin, etc.
And I got nothing but more volcanoes and some islands and lakes Sorry for not knowing more.
Added, thanks Brackenspore!
Also added, thanks!
Added your recommendations, thunderbird_14 (minus the two occupied archipelagos)! Thank you for your list of Filipino wonders, and no apologies necessary.
Sputnik 1 was already on the list ya goober.
How about some American wonders?
MLK Jr. Memorial
Mount Rushmore (I forget this was in Civ IV sometimes.)
White Sands Missile Range (Maybe it gives out a few guided missiles upon construction?)
Hollywood (Probably work similar to it's Civ IV version)
Yellowstone National Park (Don't know how it'd function, but I assume it'd provide a free national park )
I assume the Statue of Liberty, Pentagon, and Broadway are in the base game.
I've also got some World Wonders, too.
Red Rocks Amphitheater (Which could, in theory, also be a Natural Wonder.)
Minaret of Jam
Some Brazilians natural wonders.
Iguaçu/Iguazu Falls Always in Niagara's shadow
Pantanal (someone playing the preview said that he have seen a marsh natural wonder that had four tiles, but he wasn't sure)
I just got back from my vacation and there was plenty of awesome stuff that could make for good wonders so I'm just gonna propose some stuff that would be cool to see:
St. Vitus Cathedral
Prague Astronomical Clock
Palacio Real de Madrid
San Lorenzo de El Escorial
Aqueduct of Segovia
La Sagrada Familia
Montserrat (Natural Wonder, could provide culture and faith and you could build a holy district on top of it)
Source of the Nile (This was in the Scramble for Africa scenario, and considering its nature I think it fits the role of a NW perfectly)
And for World Wonders:
Separate names with a comma.