Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Camikaze, May 11, 2016.
The Galapagos Island
Kongo probably wants to go for Mont St. Michel. All its Apostels will have the Martyr promotion then.
I'm not sure if this has been mentioned earlier, but districts have maintenance as well:
district and lvl1 building - 1 gold,
lvl 2 building - 2 gold
So you really want a navy on any map that has oceans. Otherwise everything on the coast will be pillaged from privateers onwards constantly, even your builders might get captured (or is that Norway only?). This is also another point for coastal cities (despite the newly seen free embark/disembark): if you can only build ships via a harbor, it's easy to block and neighboring tiles will be under attack/pillage, you would also need a coastal encampment to guard it. So a coastal city seems easier to defend and give you a better chance to have a navy.
"Never mind" should be written as two words, not one, right? Unless this is supposed to be some kind of homage to Nirvana??
I believe Internet slang version is written as one word. Or it could be a reference to Neverland.
Kongo cannot found a religion at all, so it's not an option.
The requirement to found a religion for Mont St. Michel has been dropped.
So can subs pillage coastal tiles? That would be... interesting!
To the guy who was complaining about the lack of Nuclear Submarine:
Toys ?????? please explain somone ?
Toys are a luxury good, but not one found on the map -- they are given by one of the Great Merchants.
See this thread: "John Spilsbury (Industrial Merchant): Creates one Toys, which provides +4 amenties."
Seems that capital cities have become un-razeable again..."You cannot raze a major civilization's original capital or a city that you or an ally founded or owned at the start of this war."
Tool tip can be seen at 11:59 in this video:
John Spilsbury is credited as the inventor of the jigsaw puzzle.
Lol this is funny
I guess now we know what Ed B meant when he said that Jason Bourne and James Bond were his inspiration for the espionage system. LOL. I do wonder thought what the differences are between the options other than turns to return. I am guessing the shorter turns carry more risk of capture. But what is the difference between the two options that both take 1 turn?
Maybe the vehicle option carries a higher risk since the operative is being pursued by police. If she were being pursued by the military, the boat would be more risky.
any idea what happened to the spy after that screen was shown?
Aww, I was hoping we had a secret, surprise "North Pole" civ on release day.
Most likely the options available depend on the features - airdrome (and airdrome in one of your cities) allows retreating by air, sea connection with one of your cities (maybe with harbor) - by boat, road - by vehicle. Otherwise you could only retreat by foot.
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