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Discussion in 'Civ3 - General Discussions' started by Turner, Apr 23, 2009.

  1. justanick

    justanick King

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    If between taking a city and abandoning it 20 turns or more pass, then it does not count as razing. If less than 20 turns had passed, then it counts just like a regular genocide. ;)
     
  2. Samson

    Samson Deity

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    Is there a way to tell what government the AI is in?
     
  3. WeirdoJoker

    WeirdoJoker Warlord

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    Go to the F3 (Military Advisor) page, then click on the drop down for a rival AI civ. It will show it's government.
     
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  4. Takhisis

    Takhisis april's fool

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    It will also tell you (if you prod the advisor's face a few times) how strong that other civ is compared to you. Which is an approximate indicator, because if there's a sea surrounding you and you have an extensive (rail-)road network you have the effective advantage of numbers and logistics so you can conquer any of those cities they build when the AI is in its ‘build galleys with a spearman and settler and send them off to settle wherever they land like Norwegian high-seat pillars in Iceland’ phase and then get to keep them.
     
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