Discussion in 'Civ3 - Creation & Customization' started by Vuldacon, Dec 22, 2017.
Wishing You All a Merry Christmas 2017
A Merry Christmas to all friends of Civ 3!
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Merry Yuletide to all of you diehard civvers!
If it weren't for you I wouldn't still be playing Civ3 after 16 years! Thank you all!!!
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL, and a Blessed and Safe New Year.
May your holidays be merry & bright, one and all.
Been brainstorming for several years of what would need to be included in the design of a playable Xmas scenario/mod. The big stumbling block has always been figuring out a reasonable number of factions - using existing units. Santa, Krampus, maybe some rebellious elves, & that's about it. Although there is also potential for the Mouse King's army. Oh, and - given all the Christmas invasions - maybe possibly a Dr. Who themed faction (although why the Daleks would be helping him is a mystery).
Every year I spend some time searching out old seasonal traditional. This year while trying to track down recipes and customs for Twelfth Night came across this illustration. It's part of a "fortune-telling" party game specifically designed for dinner parties on Epiphany.
Be sure to read the description on the linked page for an explanation of why a 19th c. aeronef is delivering Twelfth Cakes. Slim as it is, there's now justification for a steampunk faction in a Xmas scenario.
Merry christmas and a happy new year of civving!
Merry Christmas, all of you!
Merry Christmas to all!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Happy Christmas to all you wonderful Civ3 modders and players! You're a great bunch of people! Hope you all have a lovely Xmas and New Year!
Wait, you guys are still here?
Merry Christmas and best to you and your families.
Merry Christmas everyone! Glad to see many familiar names in this thread!
Now starts the not-so-subtle hints for playing Risk.
Ogedei - would you please post a translation of the text on your beautiful "card". That's got to be far too many characters for a simple "Season's Greetings"
It's nothing special as much of my Mandarin skills have fallen into atrophy over the years - just "Happy Christmas" and "Happy New Year."
Separate names with a comma.