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Pharaoh Pack III : Brewery & co

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Graphics Modpacks' started by Supa, Sep 19, 2004.

  1. Supa

    Supa Out of Cheese Error

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  2. Antiochus VII

    Antiochus VII Basileus

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    Those are excellent graphics, ESPECIALLY the resources! Definitely something I'll be adding - but I apparently missed the question you referred to, I take it it was something like "What kind of resources are these (luxury, strategic, etc)?"
     
  3. Supa

    Supa Out of Cheese Error

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    Thanks.

    Yup, more or less. In the precedent thread, someone asked for different background for the ressources. Yesterday, I ressurected the thread to ask which one but I didn't get any answers.
     
  4. waTTe

    waTTe Chieftain

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    It is fine as it is!

    Thanks for your third conversion from Pharao!
     
  5. Rob (R8XFT)

    Rob (R8XFT) Ancient Briton Super Moderator

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    Thanks a lot - the resources are especially good - though the building are superb too :goodjob: !
     
  6. Ukas

    Ukas Pthooey of Tomainia

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    Hmm.. barley looks better than mine. I think I'll use that, but I'm still happy with my brewery. Anyway, good work!
     

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