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Discussion in 'Civ5 - New Civilizations' started by Pouakai, Apr 23, 2013.

  1. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    More Civilisations
    "I saw our people spreading throughout the land and across the oceans, expanding our kingdom, and discovering new people and great riches in faraway lands"
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    The Civilisations:

    | America (John F. Kennedy) | Anishinaabe | The Ashanti | Athens | The Ayyubids | The Buccaneers | Burma | Calusa | Chinook | Chola | The Gauls | Hawai'i | India | Jerusalem | Kanem-Bornu | The Khmer | Kilwa | Kongo | The Maasai | Macedon | Makuria | The Maori | Maratha | Maurya | Mercia | Mexico | Minoa | The Moors | Mughals | Nabataea | Narmer's Egypt | Nazca | New Zealand (Michael Joseph Savage) | New Zealand (Richard Seddon) | Nubia | Oman | Pergamon | Phoenicia | Rapa Nui | Romania | The Sámi | Scotland | The Seleucids | Serbia | The Slavs | Sparta | The Thracians | Three Affiliated Tribes | Tibet | Tu'i Tonga | Tunis | Tuscany | Zimbabwe |

    Civilisation Packs:
    |Indian Civilisation Pack | Polynesian Civilisation Split | Greek Civilisation Split

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  2. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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  3. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    Indian Civilisation Pack
    Chola | Maratha | India | Maurya | Mughals

    The Indian Subcontinent was home to many empires and countless cultures which rose and fell throughout its recorded history. Nestled between the Indus and Ganges rivers, Indian civilizations developed a unique culture of unparalelled grandiosity, majesty and refinement. Here, four of those civilizations await your command. The ancient Maurya Empire, forged by the famed Chandragupta in 322 BC and ruled by mighty Ashoka from 268 to 232 BC; the Chola Empire, who under the rule of Raja Raja I entered an age of military, cultural and naval dominance in southern India; the Mughals who blended Indian and Islamic cultures and left a lasting legacy on India as one of her greatest empires; and the Maratha, who conquered the Mughals and ruled India until the invasion of the British.


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    All of the major mods, finally.



    Special Thanks to:

    JFD: Bugfixing and Grammar
    Irkalla: Consulting



     
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  4. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    Polynesia Civilisation Pack
    Hawaii | Maori | Rapa Nui | Tonga

    Polynesia is the term for a cultural region in the Pacific Ocean spanning from the three extremities of Hawaii, Aotearoa / New Zealand and Rapa Nui (Easter Island), and including well over one thousand islands. These islands are full of vastly differing and unique histories, from the primarily land based conflict and fortified villages of the Maori Iwi of New Zealand, to the enormous stone carvings of Rapa Nui. While the majority of the islands retained contact with one another, changing climates and events cut off the extremities, allowing each society to develop independently without influence of the outside world until the arrival of Europeans. As such, the Polynesian civ from Firaxis is an anachronistic and ahistorical amalgamation of a civ, with a leader from the Hawaiian islands, a unique unit from Aotearoa and a Unique Improvement from Rapa Nui. The Polynesian Civilization Pack rectifies this, with the separation of these into four unique civilizations - the Maori, Hawaii, Rapa Nui and the Tu'i Tonga Empire. Each civilization features unique mechanics and distinct playstyles to best reflect the civ, from the expansionist and diplomatic Tu'i Tonga to the militaristic Maori and the firmly religious Rapa Nui.


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    With integrated support for:
    YnAEMP | Historical Religions | Events & Decisions | Map Labels | Cultural Diversity | Piety and Prestige



    Special Thanks to:
    SargonTheGreat: Te Rauparaha Pedia base
    FramedArchitecture: Fixing two massive bugs
    Sword_of_Geddon: Hunting down musical themes
    Hoop Thrower: Hunting down musical themes

    Music Credits:
    Maori Peace: Kia Hora Te Marino, Christopher Tin
    Maori War: Assorted Maori War Chants
    Hawaii Peace: Hole Waimea, Geoff Knorr (Vanilla Peace)
    Hawaii War: Hole Waimea, Geoff Knorr (Vanilla War)
    Rapa Nui Peace: Reo Topa, Matato'a
    Rapa Nui War: ???
    Tonga Peace: ???
    Tonga War: ???
     
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  5. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    Greek Civilisation Split
    Athens | Macedon | Pergamon | Sparta

    Throughout antiquity, the regions surrounding the Aegean Sea were home to some of the greatest city-states and empires of the civilised world. Though never unified, and often hostile to one-another, these city states came to collectively be known as the Greeks - champions of science, theatre, civic culture and warfare alike. Through the conquests of Alexander the Great and the expansion of Greek colonies throughout the Mediterranean, Hellenic culture spread to the ends of the earth and brought the culture of the Greek isles to millions. In times of war, Spartan soldiers stood tall against threats far greater to protect Greece as a whole, while Athenian democracy remains an inspiration for states worldwide to this day. Yet despite their shared culture and heritage, the Greek states were never unified. Hence the Greek civilisation from Vanilla is split with this mod into four - Athens, Macedon, Pergamon, and Sparta.


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  7. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    Coming Soon tm
     
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  8. Galgus

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    The Tibet civ looks cool, but 3 culture per turn from their military unit in peacetime seems like a bit much compared to other culture-oriented civs.

    Maybe I'm just undervaluing the various Culture multipliers that city yeilds grant, though.

    Anyway, these look fun to use.
     
  9. Leugi

    Leugi Supreme Libertador

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    Great! Will test Mr Songstan right away...
     
  10. sukritact

    sukritact Artist and Modder

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    I wasn't expecting THAT many bonuses on the Himalayan Cavalry.
     
  11. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    The hill tile thing originally came in when we weren't going to be able to do the Culture generation, so we'll probably look at nerfing it and the UA in a future version, maybe putting a bit more focus on Faith
     
  12. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    Okay, so here's what I'm planning at the moment for the v2:

    - UU replaces Knight instead of horseman
    - UU culture changed to 2 instead of 3
    - UU double hill movement removed
    - UU given bonus on rough terrain (Halved on attack, doubled on defense)

    What are the thoughts on the current proposal?
     
  13. mattygp90

    mattygp90 Lord & Steward of Gondor

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    Incredible mods! Any plans for some more new civs?
     
  14. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    Of course we are! Otherwise I'd have called it "Tibet Civilization", not "More Civilizations" :D
     
  15. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    Sorry for the lack of updates recently guys, schoolwork has been piling up on me! But we haven't stopped planning and working away when we can, and so we've got a couple of "WIP" images from some mystery civs - feel free to guess what they're for!








    Credit to Sukritact for the first two and Leugi for the last!
     
  16. albie_123

    albie_123 Modding In Secret

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    First one reminds me of a Gurkha but could easily be a few other things, ANZAC comes to mind as well.
     
  17. ubergeneral

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    can you give us a hint? Is this for more than one civ? Are they african civs?

    Edit:

    Ok the man on the horse is definitely from the Tuareg civ. The Sword is a Takoba sword, which is the exact same as the sword he's holding, it even has a slightly curved blade at the end.

    My guess is the Tuareg are a civ that you guys are working on, it will have a Trade Route UA, that will go with the new mechanics from BNW.

    The leaderhead, I somewhat think that is for another civ, Not the Tuareg. Not sure who.

    No clue on the first picture.
     
  18. Hiram

    Hiram XML Plebian

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    Minoans! I'm very excited now. Been enjoying your civs for a few months now. They're great quality and I'm looking forward to the new additions.
     
  19. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    Good job Hiram - you got one of them! What I'm thinking at the moment for the Minoans is a tall trader civ that can get off to an early lead in tech. I'm not sure how I'm going to do it yet, but it should turn out well. (By the way, I just noticed your location - good show, I'm listening to it now as it happens).

    As for the others, they're both from different civs. While we are working on a Tuareg civ as part of Zambezi, that's not what the icon is for. It's actually for a mixed project, and you may have played as the civ in a scenario before...


    Have I said too much?
     
  20. ubergeneral

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    Is the icon and the concept art for the same unit? I'm guessing not but still...
     

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