Discussion in 'Civ5 - Creation & Customization' started by Uighur_Caesar, May 26, 2015.
Now that I'm reading about him, he makes the most sense.
Leader: Terwa Koyo
UA: Sea Nomads: Civilians lose no movement points from moving between land and sea. +2 Culture from Improved Sea Resources.
UU: Jektael: Replaces Worker and Work Boat. Can Embark Instantly and improve Sea Resources as well as Land Resources. Doesn't consume when doing either.
UU: Hallef: Replaces Cargo Ship. Generates Science while outside your territory. +1 Gold for each Sea Resource along their route.
UB: At: Replaces Hospital. Unlocked Earlier, at Navigation. +5 Food. +2 Gold from Incoming Trade Routes. +2 extra Gold from Incoming Trade Routes upon discovery of Flight.
Map + further info.
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Link to video.
Isn't that exactly the fisher from Tomatekh's Caral?
I'll have to think up something else.
If you're looking for Australian Aboriginal civs to make, the Noongar and Yolgnu would be good candidates.
For leaders I'd suggest going with Yagan for the Noongar and Galarrwuy Yunupingu for the Yolgnu.
The Ngarrindjeri could also be interesting. I recall someone saying in this forum that they came the closest to actually getting agriculture, their relation with the british settlers was quite interesting too.
David Unaipon could work as civ leader, maybe.
Thanks for the Aboriginal suggestions guys! I'll read about them tomorrow. And Hoop, I like that design for the Kaweskar, I'll use it when I do them. Right now my priorities are the Taino, Seminole, and Apache. I'll definitely do the Kaweskar soon after those three are done.
Ok so I found two designs for the Anangu Aboriginals, one by TPangolin and one by Urdnot_Scott (Here are the links to their respective designs: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=512802&page=234, http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?p=13623629&#post13623629). I decided to synthesize them and add my own touches to it. What do you guys think?
Err... you are aware that TPangolin is probably going to do that civ as part of Colonialist Legacies, right?
Assuming you go for piety, and you will go for piety, Dat Holy site thing would be OP. Remember, Piety is very abusable with faith focused civs.
I talked with TPangolin yesterday and I'll be helping out Colonialist Legacies with the Anangu whenever they start production on it.
True. I'll balance this design later.
Also, I just came up with a design for the Ryukyu:
Ok so I've started working on the Taino and they'll be the first civ to be completed. I do need help with the following things however:
Ideas for E&D
Cacique Unit Graphic
If anyone can help or has ideas please let me know.
IIRC correctly, Leugi was planning to do this civ too. Maybe you'd like to contact him, most of his civs have been colaborations lately...
He's planning the Arawak people in general rather than specifically the Taino. Either way, I already messaged him 5 days ago and he didn't respond so I'll just do it by myself.
Exciting stuff Uighur, only just found this thread. As always I'd be more than happy to help if you need any ideas, but am fairly useless with coding for now. Definitely hope to see these become a reality soonish!
Thanks! Right now any designs and/or decisions for the civs in the OP would be greatly appreciated.
I also just found out that the Arawak were in Civ 4 Colonization. This is their diplomacy song from that game: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eQTgPWlAcM
Do you guys think it's better for war or peace?
I've also added a Strawpoll at the bottom of the OP so you can vote on the next civ. I may not necessarily do the one with the highest votes immediately after the Taino, it's more so I feel motivated to do the map, research, XML, etc. I've also only included the ones that have some semblance of a design right now.
D'aaw, no Kaweshkar.
I'm so sorry. Two minutes after I made the poll I realized that I forgot to put them. Once that poll has enough to get me to do something I'll make a new one with them.
I'd mostly judge it compared with whatever else you find, for example you could use this for peace:
Link to video.
while using that one for war.
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