Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall - Dawn of Civilization' started by Leoreth, Oct 5, 2011.
The last photo screams bad vanilla global warming mechanics.
Was the vanilla global warning caused by diseased provinces? I think it was, because it coincidentially happened with the plague.
This is hilarious, because this actually happened.
It is bad vanilla global warming. GW can be triggered by mass unhealth, which leads to Desert Fairy Magic in RFC when plague is happening, especially end game, during the industrial era or if there are many, large cities.
Not unheard of but my first time seeing AI Cordoba so strong, and so spread out in Europe. Spain got over taken by the Moors very quickly which leads me to think powerful Cordoba spawn due to recently collapsed Roman and/or Byzantine empires, which gave way for the Almohads to conquer most of Southern Europe.
Rumiya not seen that before.
On a side note, why is Catholic Moors called a Caliphate?
It should be called Catholiphate
Did you know religion spreaders do not walk?
There's probably a joke to be made there about missionary and mounting,
Bizantines collapsed in 1385 and Italians spring out in Neapolis.
I've actually been seeing that quite a bit lately.
Edit: Neapolitan Italy exists in my current game as well, having formed in the mid-1300s after the Byzantines collapsed. Despite controlling Rome, they're Orthodox. Go figure.
Talk about turning tables on former masters
Looks like Dutch were not nerf too much in latest git after all
Never saw an AI settle anywhere near that spot before.
Maybe you had Polynesia enabled, it's Tonga's capital.
Nah it wouldn't be named Maastricht in that case.
I once started game as Congolese (west Africa, 1390 AD) and saw a Chinese ship right away, sailing for Europe. And they say Menzies is wrong!
Occasionally I see the Germans settle some Pacific islands. It's never the (historically accurate) French, British or Americans (except for Hawaii) who do, though.
Machu Picchu citadel situated on a mountain ridge 2,430 metres above sea level and was not known to the Spanish during the colonial period and remained unknown to the outside world until American historian Hiram Bingham brought it to international attention in 1911.
But Portuguese Carrack somehow sailed into it in 17 century!
The portugese used the Viking method, put wheels on the ships!
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