Sukritact's Civarium

Discussion in 'Civ6 - Civilizations & Leaders' started by sukritact, Oct 20, 2016.

  1. sukritact

    sukritact Artist and Modder

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    sukritact Artist and Modder

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    I can add that in later, no worries.
     
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    shaglio The Prince of Dorkness

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    I haven’t been hanging around the Civ 5 modding forum since Civ 6 came out. Do you know if @Pouakai plans on making the jump to Civ 6?
     
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    are your mods available on a platform other than steam? If not, will you ever make them?
     
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    I honestly can't be bothered to maintain two separate uploads, so no.
     
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    I hereby inaugurate the Terraformery with the Introduction of Mount Fuji!


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    An active volcano, Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan. Standing some 12,000 feet high and often wreathed in clouds, its famous snow-capped silhouette can be seen from Tokyo. The stately mountain is the subject of uncounted works of art - poems, songs, photographs, sculptures and paintings. Mount Fuji is also one of Japan's "Three Holy Mountains" along with Mount Tate and Mount Haku. Mount Fuji is a symbol of pride and beauty for all of Japan.
    • One tile impassable natural wonder. It appears as a Mountain. Districts built in adjacent tiles provide an additional +2 Great Person points of their type.
     
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    Is it snowing on Mount Fuji?
     
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    It looks snow-capped to me :confused:
     
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    It was a reference to... oh never mind.
     
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    Every Haiku must end with It's Snowing On Mt. Fuji.

    Even though it's got the wrong number of syllables.
     
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    Hello Sukritact.

    I've translated your Mount Fuji mod which I appreciate very much into german. :thumbsup:
    Ok... The forum doesn't like files with sql as ending, so I've renamed it... :D
     

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    Tonlé Sap, commonly translated to “Great Lake”, refers to a seasonally inundated freshwater lake, the Tonlé Sap Lake and an attached river, the 120 km long Tonlé Sap River, that connects the lake to the Mekong River. As one of the world’s most varied and productive ecosystems the region has always been of central importance for Cambodia's food provision. It proved capable of largely maintaining the Angkorean civilization, the largest pre-industrial settlement complex in world history. As the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and containing an exceptionally large variety of interconnected eco-regions with a high degree of biodiversity, it was designated as a UNESCO biosphere reserve in 1997.

    • Two tile natural wonder. It appears as a Lake and provides +3 Food, +2 Production, and Fresh Water. Builders that move next to Tonlé Sap receive an additional charge.
     
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    Beautiful work as always.
     
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    Guandao Rajah of Minyue and Langkasuka

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    Nice natural wonder, perhaps a Khmer civ is being planned? :)

    Also, why isn't this thread in the released Civs section?
     
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    I've translated Tonlé Sap too, which is also very cool! :thumbsup:
    Thank you!
     

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    What an awesome way to learn about new things!
    Wonderful work, once again!
     
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    Just as an idea as a cool late wonder, the Burj Khalifa. It would be a great challenge to make and would be amazing to see in game.
     
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    I think China could use a good natural wonder (as there are none around it except for Mt Everest. I would suggest the Stone Forest's In Yunnan. I also really look forward to your natural wonders getting YNAEMP support. Please keep us updated on that! Thank you for your hard work :D
     
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    It's been a while since my last post, so for those of you who haven't been following the news on Twitter, here's an update:


     

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