Discussion in 'Civ5 - Mod Components' started by Pouakai, Mar 27, 2011.
Second one looks cool, but it would be hard to write a civilopedia on
Hello Pouakai here have two descriptions of the
But it is written in Portuguese, needs to translate
my description for Civilopedia:
The Castle Zé dos Montes is located in the Sierra Tapuia in the city of Sítio Novo in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. A building made of stone and lime built by a retiree who gives his name to his work that claims to have received instructions from Our Lady to lift it, it took over 20 years to be ready and is inspired by a Moorish architecture.
I downloaded your Pantheon v1 and I get a weird issue with the icons showing as offset and with a worker. Was there a change in the art defines. Are you having these issues?
Could you post a screenshot? I'm pretty sure there hasn't been any updates to the mod itself since then - maybe there's a conflict between your testing of the model and the public mod version?
Todai-ji is a large Buddhist temple located in the Japanese city of Nara. It is most famous for the Giant Buddha Hall, which houses the Daibutsu, the largest Bronze statue in the world. First built during the 7th century, when Nara was the capital of Japan, the complex is now the headquarters of a Japanese buddhist sect known as the Kegon school. Throughout Todai-ji and Nara as a whole, wild Sika deer can often be seen wandering freely, as these animals are sacred in Japanese religion as they are believed to be the messengers of the gods. Ingame, Todai-ji provides +1 faith for every animal resource worked by the city, and requires Metal Casting. Todai-ji can be downloaded either from Steam Workshop Here or from the CivFanatics Download Database Here.
Spoiler Screenshots :
I think it is time to include the greatest wonder of all time:
Sid Meier's Civilization
It would be an Information Age wonder or project that provided a massive boost to happiness and a solid boost to culture. But maybe a penalty to production.
Seconded! How about this for a bonus; 2 Happiness and 10% Culture for every other player in the game. 2 Gold and Science for every other player upon discovering Globalization.
1250 production, Telecommunications
That is the best wonder suggestion ever! Why else does this website exist?
It probably should cut down productivity
Or better yet make it an improved process for research/wealth. takes up productivity but converts it to science and culture since we learn so much because of the game lol.
Really great work with all of these wonders. I would like to know, if you are going to modify some of their elements, or add some new ones in connection with Brave New World?
As I am from Poland, I'd really like to see some wonders from my country, so I would like to suggest two constructions:
Sukiennice in Kraków, one of the most famous building of the city. Because of it's trade purpose, it could probably grant some gold and additional income from trade routes. Some boost to local happiness could also be justified.
Two screenshots in spoiler tag;
This one could be a splash screen after finished construction of the wonders.
This picture shows illumination after the dark.
And my second suggestion:
Jasna Góra Monastery
Quote from the English wikipedia entry:
Jasna Góra is also known as a place of the long term siege by the Swedes during the period of Swedish Deluge. To conclude, Jasna Góra could generate some ammount of faith, some tourism probably, extra defence for city, where the wonder was raised and should grant a free monastery.
And that's all, I would probably reccomend Wawel as another polish wonder, but perhaps that would be absolutely too many castles in the game already.
For those that don't already know, I'm feeling disappointed by the icons for the new Wonders in BNW. So I plan to make a mod that changes the icons. As such, I've made an icon for the Parthenon, and since there's still over a month until the release of BNW, a mod to go with the icon.
So without further ado!
The Parthenon is a temple on the Athenian Acropolis, Greece, dedicated to the maiden goddess Athena, whom the people of Athens considered their patron deity. The Parthenon is regarded as an enduring symbol of Ancient Greece, Athenian democracy, western civilization and one of the world's greatest cultural monuments. Ingame, the Parthenon unlocks with Drama and Poetry and provides +5 Gold for every active Social Policy Tree. Download it from the CivFanatics Download Database
Hello Pouakai I bring new tips for wonders, such wonders are very good, it would be interesting to be in the game
Museum of the Eye
The Oscar Niemeyer Museum is located in the city of Curitiba, in the state of Paraná, in Brazil. It was inaugurated in 2002 with the name New Museum. With the conclusion of remodeling and the construction of a new annex, it was reinaugurated on July 8, 2003, with the current denomination to honor its famous architect who completed this project at 95 years of age. It is also known as Museu do Olho or Museum of the Eye, due to the design of the building. The museum focuses on the visual arts, architecture and design. For its magnificence, beauty and for the importance of the collection, it represents a cultural institution of international significance.The complex of two buildings, installed in an area of 35 thousand square meters (of which 19 thousand are dedicated to exhibition space), it is a true example of architecture allied with art.
Kasbah of the Udayas
The Kasbah of the Udayas is a kasbah in Rabat, Morocco located at the mouth of the Bou Regreg river opposite of Salé. It was built during the reign of the Almohads. When the Almohads had captured Rabat and destroyed the kasbah of the Almoravids in the town, they began reconstructing it in AH 544 / AD 1150. They added a palace and a mosque and named it al-Mahdiyya, after their ancestor al-Mahdi Ibn Tumart. After the death of Yaqub al-Mansur (AH 595 / AD 1199) the kasbah was deserted.
Hassan Tower or Tour Hassan is the minaret of an incomplete mosque in Rabat, Morocco. Begun in 1195, the tower was intended to be the largest minaret in the world along with the mosque, also intended to be the world's largest. In 1199, Sultan Yacoub al-Mansour died and construction on the mosque stopped. The tower only reached 44 m (140 ft), about half of its intended 86 m (260 ft) height. The rest of the mosque was also left incomplete, with only the beginnings of several walls and 200 columns being constructed. The tower, made of red sandstone, along with the remains of the mosque and the modern Mausoleum of Mohammed V, forms an important historical and tourist complex in Rabat.
Castelo do Queijo (English: Castle of the Cheese), also known as Forte de São Francisco Xavier, is a castle/fort in Porto, Portugal. This fort is placed in the sea side near and the wall facing the sea is often hit by the waves depending on the tides. The fort was given the name of Castelo do Queijo because it is built in the top of a rock that resembles a "piece of cheese."
Belém Tower or the Tower of St Vincent is a fortified tower located in the civil parish of Santa Maria de Belém in the municipality of Lisbon, Portugal. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of the significant role it played in the Portuguese maritime discoveries of the era of the Age of Discoveries. The tower was commissioned by King John II to be part of a defense system at the mouth of the Tagus river and a ceremonial gateway to Lisbon.The tower was built in the early 16th century and is a prominent example of the Portuguese Manueline style,but it also incorporates hints of other architectural styles. The structure was built from lioz limestone and is composed of a bastion and the 30 m (100 foot), four storey tower. It has incorrectly been stated that the tower was built in the middle of the Tagus and now sits near the shore because the river was redirected after the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. In fact, the tower was built on a small island in the Tagus River near the Lisbon shore.
speechless! those wonders are amazing! i bet this took your time to made this, thanks
i have one request, Candi Rara Janggrang(Prambanan), i think we could have this wonder on Classical Age/Medieval Age, generates and , and free pagoda
Candi Prambanan or Candi Rara Jonggrang is a 9th-century Hindu temple compound in Central Java, Indonesia, dedicated to the Trimurti, the expression of God as the Creator (Brahma), the Preserver (Vishnu) and the Destroyer (Shiva). The temple compound is located approximately 18 kilometres (11 mi) east of the city of Yogyakarta on the boundary between Central Java and Yogyakarta provinces
what do you think?
how about this:
Mont St Michel
Hi there. I've been playing these wonders for a long time, and the work is awsom, but there are some few ones I miss.
I would like to see the Monastery of Batalha (or Manstery of Saint Mary of Victory), near Leiria, Portugal, and the Sacré-Coeur church, in Paris, France. The first one could provide a bonus of culture + golden age or great people. The second one could reduce the cost of purchasing great people with faith, or turn x% faith into science.
You probably have much work with new wonders so...
Is there any tuturial for creating wonders/art for wonders?
I imagine it's going to be hard to fit all your Wonders into technologies, now that Brave New World is filling up a lot of important ones.
now i have a full working version of the Berlin Wall, with a lua tool( to restrict the ability to built it to a policy) and the icons. All i need is a splash picture.
So since you offered you help, please contact me or response to this post.
Great thanks for future doings....
BTW also the cologne dom is on my list. Iam testing my skills but i have my problems with doing art correctly. Well so many wonders in my mod need icons and splashes.
Hey Pouakai, a good idea for would be the Forts of Valletta. These forts(Fort St. Angelo, Fort St. Elmo, and St. Michael) are probably most famous for the Siege of Malta in 1565 where they helped withstand a massive attack by Ottoman forces with help from Spain and Sicily. Also, these forts are excellent examples of renaissance forts.
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