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Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall - Dawn of Civilization' started by Leoreth, Sep 11, 2014.

  1. Royal Tenenbaum

    Royal Tenenbaum Pacific Phytopathologist

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    Again, to make Athens the best city spot, simply move the clam 1S so it benefits Libya. However, moving the marble to Athens would also make sense, in addition.
     
  2. Panopticon

    Panopticon Utilitarian

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    Ooh, good idea. In general, real capitals should be the best spots, if possible!
     
  3. Royal Tenenbaum

    Royal Tenenbaum Pacific Phytopathologist

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    Which makes Japan a hard case, since their capital moves. I often world build a seafood resource within Kyoto to Tokyo around 1700.
     
  4. Fresol

    Fresol Angry Halfling in Green

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    But both have rich food resources? 5 and 3 within city radius(I wanted to say BFC, but what does it stand for?:crazyeye:) respectively.
     
  5. Royal Tenenbaum

    Royal Tenenbaum Pacific Phytopathologist

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    BFC stands for Big Fat Cross.

    I still find Kyoto superior to Tokyo until I make that move.
     
  6. Fresol

    Fresol Angry Halfling in Green

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    So it refers to the 21 tiles the city can work on, right?

    Kyoto has no fresh water, so I don't really like the city, what a waste of :food:.
     
  7. AdrienIer

    AdrienIer Deity

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    The Uranium is here to represent the Limousin uranium sites, which were enough to sustain our nuclear programs for a while. In quantity it's probably not much but without it we wouldn't have been on such a nuclear frenzy for the past 50 years so its impact means it probably deserves to be there.
     
  8. Altan I Balik

    Altan I Balik Chieftain

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    You make Turkey strongser and with more mights!

    And greats and Very a lot of powerfulls!
     
  9. Tigranes

    Tigranes Armenian

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    How do you actually see it? With WB? It is not a big deal, helps Natives with maintenance.
     
  10. VGL

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    Make turkey stronger,greater and more powerful with more knights (or might).
    Fixed the grammar and Make Iran stronger. Ottomans are too powerful already.
     
  11. Manuss

    Manuss Sleeping man

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    I played a game in debug mode. It's really interesting. You can see the AI part of the game.
     
  12. Leoreth

    Leoreth 心の怪盗団 Moderator

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    Oh no we have reached critical mass
     
  13. VGL

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    Critical mass?
     
  14. Fresol

    Fresol Angry Halfling in Green

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    I hope there's an option to disband your own city. Just like razing one, it turns the city into ruins and imposes penalty in the expansion category.
     
  15. citis

    citis Deity

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    It is exploitable. Making it indepedent maybe, but which city will accept being destroyed? There was this feature in CivIII but it was always strange to me that this option was present.
     
  16. SeekTruthFromFacts

    SeekTruthFromFacts King

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    The point when a nuclear bomb explodes. :nuke: I think that Leoroth is humourously suggesting that having a patriotic Iranian and a patriotic Turk in the same discussion is going to to cause an explosion soon. :mischief:
     
  17. mrrandomplayer

    mrrandomplayer Potentially back

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    Yes, please!!! It existed in Civ 3 and was very useful.
     
  18. Leoreth

    Leoreth 心の怪盗団 Moderator

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    And from this day on, STFF shall be my prophet and interpret my words.

    (You can be pretty sure that I'm joking in some way when my sentences are not properly punctuated.)
     
  19. VGL

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    Well,the patriotic Turk left. So no explosiveness
     
  20. merijn_v1

    merijn_v1 Black Belt

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    That's a pity. I love the smell of burned things in the morning.
     

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