Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Tech Osen, Jan 19, 2019.
LOL, it's Lysefjord, Lygefjord means "Lying Fjord"
Ha! Does the similarity between the words lead to any amusing puns in your language?
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.
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?
-- 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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