- Aug 12, 2010
Recycling Center makes the most sense to me.
Hospitals can easily fit with aqueducts and sewers. They look different, but they all have the same overall goal of improving the health of the population. Aqueducts do it by providing clean water, sewers do it by transporting dirty waste away from water & food sources. Hospitals do it by healing injured or sick people. But the result for all three is longer average lifespans (reduced mortality), and hence more opportunities to procreate. In a word, Growth.
But then why call it the Aqueduct District rather than, say, the Health District with the Aqueduct being the first building you make?
Have the choice to build one of them would be most interesting!
The fact that it's called "Archaeological Museum" instead of just "Museum" implies that there are other kinds of Museums. Art Museum seems like a obvious alternative.Don't look like there are different kinds of museums. Most likely museums are for archaeology only.
The fact that it's called "Archaeological Museum" instead of just "Museum" implies that there are other kinds of Museums. Art Museum seems like a obvious alternative.
This may be like Barracks vs. Stables in that you have to choose which to build.
edit: you can see the slight difference in the two museums; one has dinosaur bones, the other some kind of sculpture:
Holy Relics probably go in a religious building in the Holy Site, not in a museum.
Holy relics were a huge deal in medieval Europe long before museums existed. They will almost certainly go into Cathedrals or whatever the worship building is for your chosen religion, as they did in real history.
You could also have a "Faith Museum", but that would be redundant.
Again, I don't see the need for the duplication, especially since Holy Sites are available much earlier.Well I'm talking about in Addition to the Holy Sites/Cathedrals.. Those would be where Relics would go for players that don't want to have a 'Faith Museum'.
Again, I don't see the need for the duplication, especially since Holy Sites are available much earlier.
Holy Relics are not intellectual curiosities. They are the centerpieces of sites of worship.
And a "Faith museum" would be just that...a site for worship in the cultural district because faith is an integral part of culture in that city.
Sort of... they're called Cathedrals, Churches, Mosques, Synagogues, etc.Are there examples of places like "faith museums" in real life, i.e., museums that people worship at?