Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by bite, Nov 1, 2018.
I don't either, per se.
But I did like in Civ 4, if my memory serves me well, that you could enable a scenario/mod which allowed you to play further into the future.
It gives people a choice.
I'm very curious if it's called Time and Tide.
And if it is I'm going to grab the popcorn for all the outrage about the leaked leaders.
Looks to me like the cloud is the one doing the yelling this time.
If you stare long enough to clouds, clouds stare back to you.
Bit of a long title for an xpac...
Seeing the tornado, it makes me think that if we get natural disasters, it is going to be displayed in the same style as when you complete a world wonder/launch a spaceship part.
Perhaps a tsunami would look like this mod (but zoomed in with music and possibly a rotating camera).
Of course, if it was a tornado, we'd probably get a nice close up shots of it ripping up improvements and cows flying up from pastures.
Makes we wonder whether we'll get a new set of pillaged art (can't very well having improvements on fire after a flood!)
I do, per annum.
I think I will need to leave work a bit early tonight, to make sure I'm back at 7pm...
I may have missed this discussion, but in terms of civilisation/leader speculation, who throughout history has suffered the worst at the hands of natural disasters?
The Minoans immediately come to mind with the volcanic destruction of Thera.
I think Noah
But yes, the Minoans come to mind. And probably there are quite a few civs where a natural disaster was effectively Civilization-ending.
I visited Civ VI site on my phone. And this showed up.
I couldn't access the error picture, wonder why....
...damn, thats the week my boyfriend was gonna visit me.
HTML code is mentionning Vesuvius
And the image not showing up is called civilization6-gs_logo_L_1.png
Just went on the website and it's showing up for me too.
Oh well. We know the proposed release date now.
I feel sorry for Sarah & team about all that leaked and pre-shown stuff. D:
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