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[R&F] New natural wonder?

Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Tech Osen, Jan 19, 2019.

  1. Giskler

    Giskler +1 Sleuthing

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    LOL, it's Lysefjord, Lygefjord means "Lying Fjord" :D
     
  2. Eagle Pursuit

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    Ha! Does the similarity between the words lead to any amusing puns in your language?
     
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  3. Giskler

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    Not off of the top of my head. "Lyse" or "lys" means "light" "å lyge" means "to lie". Since one is a noun and the other a verb it's difficult to imagine a situation where you could make a pun.
     
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    The rational explanation for those rarety speculations we all feel (or have experienced multiple times over) certainly have one basic context in common; special pre-requisite terrains. For example Galapagos & Great Barrier Reef which must be placed near a coastal area, and so on.
    I have to believe they already recognized this "gameplay ruleset" fact & most likely exploit (now that it matters more than ever) this aspect.

    -- Iceland (always in Tundra ecosystems) Eyjafjallajokull Volcano should be expected to erupt at least once for storyline purposes.
    -- Delicate Arch just crumbling through a major Earthquake? :yumyum:
    -- Lake Retba or Dead Sea .. both being submitted to any forms of flash flood conditions.
    -- Piopiotahi receiving a visit from direct Tsunami occurance.

    I also fully expect any of the new Natural/Wonders to extensively participate to a potential cinematic party ride.

    Otherwise, the likely presence of most (if not all) Natural Wonders is heavily randomized & obviously dependant on various Map/Settings, IMO.
     

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