Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by bite, Nov 28, 2017.
They haven't announced one though?
Who knows? Sometimes, Firaxis does last-minute announcements.
I suddenly crave samgeopsal, bibimbap, bulgogi and japchae.
That's not even funny. I'm seriously curious about this string of Civ VI related articles. Who's picking them?
The next livestream is probably next Wednesday, featuring the Cree, Chandragupta's India, and maybe the next Civ to be revealed.
Cree are definitely a slam dunk for the next live stream. The devs still have to show off their fancy new alliance mechanic.
Well the day before, the picture was an Italian scudo.
I wonder how exactly the emergency mechanics work, so I hope to see it in some livestream soon.
'Scudo?" Isn't that a guy in a speedo on a moped?
Nothing special on English Wikipedia today. Featured article is some Australian bird and featured picture is Brompton Oratory, a church in London.
Oh, and thirty-six days!
Well, the Firaxis mole in Wikipedia (or is it a Wikipedia mole in Firaxis?) can't be too obvious, or they'd be found out. Gotta stick with vanilla picks some days.
I think their chance of being in the final four has dwindled to near nothing:
Carthage (this is where there is a slim chance Zulu falls but it's less than 10%)
Someone from Europe
The real discussion can happen once Firaxis confirms either way post-RF DLC. Right now, we have a gaping hole in our guesses based on if they go with the now "traditional" 2 xpacs AND if they follow Civ5 by having no DLC post Xpac1.
We don't have enough evidence or history to really know for sure what the plan is.
If they're going to have post xpac DLC, there is plenty of fertile ground to sow.
What about Mali though? They'd fit spot 3 as well.
A type of coin used in various Italian cities in the Renaissance.
All I know is that if Tamar of Georgia takes the Inca's spot in R&F, she better be the most amazing leader ever in the entire franchise...
I don't see a chance of that. The Inca spot has no real competition. Georgia is competing with Canada (unlikely), Italy/Italian CS or another dark horse we aren't even mentioning.
Part of me hopes we'll get the Muisca instead of the Inca, even though that would probably cause a large upset due to the importance of the Inca.
We're all pretty confident on Inca, we're mostly confident on Ottomans.
Georgia and Italy are the wildcards, but the only way they get replaced would be Carthage/Mali/some other retread, which would make Cree the only "new" civ in an entire xpac. I don't see that happening, so I'm pretty confident of both Italy and Georgia.
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