Discussion in 'Civ5 - Mod Components' started by Pouakai, Mar 27, 2011.
This has gotten me interested, i'll work on this icon next then...
Yeah this is the oldest site of the mankind and no tools where found but the buildings are buried ( ???). Also there are several buildings still under the earth ( all the same structure), and yes nobody can say for real who is the creator. Iam happy you like this early wonder. Thanks for the lot of work you guys are doing.
Excellent, i'm happy now
Hey Great Artists
Do you mind if I use some of your awesome art for my mod. I will only change some effects of the wonders to fit in the mod...
Of course, I will credit you correctly, sukritact and Pouakai
Haha, of course you can use it!
The Churches of Lalibela
An icon of the legendary Christian heritage of the African state of Ethiopia, the Churches of Lalibela are carved from the very rock which surrounds them. Named after a 12th century ruler, who reputably recieved a vision instructing him to build the site there, the churches are arranged in such a way that many believe them to be a 'New Jerusalem' constructed following the conquest of Jerusalem by the Islamic warlord Saladin in 1197. Ingame, the Churches cause all specialists to yield an additional +1 Faith. The Churches of Lalibela can be downloaded from the Ingame ModBrowser, or through the CivFanatics download database, page Here
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Holy overpowered Batman!
Really? Is it doing something it shouldn't be?
It makes Artists all pump out 5 Culture and 3 Production, which is massive. It essentially makes them better than Engineers at building stuff. I only worry about its power so early, though I have no actually played a game with it yet
I originally wanted all other specialists to get the +2 culture, but the code didn't work that way
I build this wonder and the dome of rocks in a couple of turns and hell my culture raises so high. Game breaking
Ah, okay then! What do you guys think I should change it to, just +3 Production from artists, just +2 culture from specialists, or something completely new?
Why not +2 from artists in this city & +2 for each kind of specialist present in a city for all non-occupied cities ? (if possible code-wise)
As far as I'm aware that's not possible, which is a pain, because that'd be perfect.
I think just having the extra culture bonus is better.
I'd say +2 from artists. Makes them the top specialist, but you wouldn't want to generate too much great artists in late game vanilla, so it balances out. And it has a clear impact on your play, which is a great feature. Doesn't feel right to give them higher production than engineers.
P.S. I thought you already had a + for specialists effect on one of your wonders?
Yeah I do, but it provides +2 culture across the board instead of just non-occupied cities.
As I'm sure you've all heard there's a new expansion on the horizon: Gods and Kings. This is amazing news, as it will surely allow me to greatly increase what I can do when creating these wonders. Also, there are 9 new wonders in the game, so far two of them I have done - The Terracotta Army and Great Mosque of Djenne. The only other known one, Petra, was previously done by Ambrox62. These mods probably won't be updated following the release, so just a heads up.
EDIT: Also, can I just get a quick poll as to the numbers of people who will be buying the expansion, or not? This will help me determine what to do regarding religion etc.
I'd like to see gameplay of it before I make any major decesion regarding my purchase. I also read about 'customizing' religions, which I think would just be grand. The new combat system will take some getting used to I'm sure, seeing as I'm shaudy with combat as it is. However, I'd probably get it just because it had Pacal and the Mayans.
Your mod was the first thing I thought of when I saw that they were going to include the Great Mosque of Djenne in the expansion. Perhaps they were inspired by some mods for a few of the features in the expansion? Considering there is a religious city-state mod as well, that seems somewhat likely to me.
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