Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Laurana Kanan, Jan 30, 2019.
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The Sun Never Sets On The Phoenician Empire
I hope they changed the Greece achievement to have a certain amount of policy slots.
Anton said there are policy card that can specifically slow the victory times of your opponents. I hope the AI is good using these cards against the player.
So how many will start a Play By Cloud game right as soon as the XP ships?
Hmm, did they increase the power per city for synthetic technocracy? I thought I saw two in the press build.
Yeah, I refuse to play the Xpac without the Rosetta mod.
+2 in press build yes.
Press build vs Phoenicia stream
Please bare with me but I can not watch the stream. Can someone explain to me why "play by cloud" is so great? I don't seem to understand .. .
land on the moon,
establish mars colony (less production, just one project),
and lastly, in the future era: exoplanet expedition.
Similar to older civ games, as it takes time to arrive at the destination. Takes 50 turns on standard speed, but can be sped up. For example with the international space station (needs astronauts) which increases expedition speed. You can also do a laser city project to increase speed. And you can build a space station with 30 aluminum, which does the same.
Nice, I'm assuming that's basically the modern equivalent to PBEM?
I had never seen that "Multi-Queue" system.. looks good.
I take it, it's like play by email - create a game with friends, take your turn whenever you have time, game may last forever.
Nice Kim Stanley Robinson reference
I really like the sound of this new Science victory.
I'm missing half of this bit. Seems interesting, but I was busy (thank you crying baby, damnit)
As expected, massive amount of cities without necessarily resorting to domination results in a lot of trade routes and district count which indirectly results in a strong economy and GPP.
The seastead looks quite good. 2F, 2H, 1C per adjacent reef, 1P per adjacent fishing boat.
Also, I see road spaghetti is back.
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