Discussion in 'Civ4 - General Discussions' started by Civrules, Oct 29, 2005.
How do I rush unit/city improvment builds with gold? Cr6man
You can only do that with the correct civics. Then, there's a button in the city screen.
Dont know if this has been answered before, havent read all 9 pages cause i got a siege of Canerbury going on.
Anyways, is there anyway to just abandon a city?
Simple answer: No.
Well that just sucks dosnt it
No, it makes the game harder and more interesting.
Boooooooo, go away
At the beginning of Sulla's walk through he shows 21 map generator options: 10 Featured Maps; 11 Advanced Maps. I can't find the Advanced Maps. Where should I be looking?
Hmmm, I have slavery, yet can't use my slaves to rush the Chitzen Itza-what is the deal with that?
Aussie: I'm not sure about this, but you can't rush wonders, can you? I mean, I was pretty certain you couldn't.
Can't rush wonders. In the pre-release versions you could rush wonders with a great engineer, but there was talk about removing that. Give it a try, but I dunno if it works in the final release.
Where the ^&*))_ is the Map Builder/World Editor? Best thing about C III was the ability to build your own worlds. If the so called "custom game" is it, it needs work. Perhaps I just missed something. HELP
There isn't a map builder like Civ3, basically you can't build a map from scratch. However, while inside of the game you can hit CTRL+W and it will bring up the worldbuilder. You can add resources, change terrian, etc. inside of the world builder (You can also decide who's at war with eachother, and many other things).
You can definitely still rush with a great engineer. Hell, that (in my opinion as an inexperience Civ IV player who's played a reasonable quantity of III and I (but not II)) is the best use for them.
There is also a mapmaking tool that lets you convert from five separate BMP files, one for terrain, one for height, one for forests, one for rivers, one for boni.
Thought that might be the case, just felt there was a bit of confusion around Great Wonders vs Projects in Civ4. Guess I will just have to start some major deforestation to get things moving a bit quicker!!!
Could it just be that your population is not high enough? (assuming you can't whip slaves that you don't have)
Hope this wasnt asked and answered elsewhere:
Why did they make mountains impassable/unworkable, and does anything in the late game (i.e. tech) change this? Its so painful to have cities with huge amounts of food but a ton of mountains, knowing in civ3 it would be a powerhouse, but now almost useless, for no apparent reason that I can think of other than to sadden builders like me
I come from china, it's hard to know the question.
Rushing with slaves costs a LOT of population points. Did you have enough population to cover the expense?
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