Discussion in 'Civ5 - New Civilizations' started by Tarmont, Apr 6, 2014.
Quick question: Should I play as Ogla, Bactria or the Assyrian lady of the night?
Wait, people actually play my mods?
Demetrius is stronkest waifu - play as Bactria
Failing that, Assyria - those colours are too good to pass up.
ok. summersatnavisat will be my waifu.
My brother just started up a new game, and randomly ended up as Ashurbanipal, with Sammuramat as one of his neighbours. She's quite the expansionist warmonger, settling cities all over the place when she's not going to war with whoever last spurned her affections.
What prompted the changed from Eucratides to Demetrius?
Fits the UA more, and the LS ended up looking more like him.
Holy Prophets!!! Friedrich Nietzsche civ confirmed?!
Nah, thats Friedrich Barbarossa a few days before he drowns on his journey to the holy land.
That's some stunning art. Is that a UU or Civ Leader?
UU with the coolest name ever
I really haven´t single clue, which civ this could be. I only would guess it´s a semetic civ.
I think it is a Persia civ, the person looks like Zarathustra
It is very heavily based on a painting of Zoroaster.
Borandukht must be close.
Stop trying to make Borandukht happen, it's not going to happen.
Here's the other unique for this civ:
Note: That's not how this thing actually looks like but I had to make something pretty for the icon
I also made their leaderscreen today but alas, it looks sh|t and I'll need to redo it tomorrow. At least I actually have a design for this civ now and boy, that was hard. 2 straight hours staring at the screen until something came up.
This is gonna be Medes for sure.
I guess that would make the UU the Magi then - or something to do with everyone's favourite Cthonic Deity, Mithras.
For whatever reason, the combination of religious UU and water-related UB really got me thinking about a civ focussed on the Manichaeans, and their religious practises.
I'm still dreaming on a Xia style Persia but related to Religions, ah, someday... someday.
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