Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall - Dawn of Civilization' started by Leoreth, Oct 5, 2011.
Yes, unfortunately they collapsed 3 turns later.
^It's the Horde of Leonidas!
Err, where's the download for that?
SVN version. Look in the thread (it's one of the four stickied threads).
We were tricked again. Poland isn't in North Africa, its in Iran.
I once had a Polish Armenia (or Armenian Poland): it controlled three cities including it's capital in the Kaukasus.
Poland seems to be semi-messed up in this respect. They will attack something always, but you never know what.
A bunch of stuff from my ongoing Poland game.
Holy Rome, y u Buddhist? (it didn't last)
Completely Buddhist Greece, partially Buddhist Thrace, and a Zoroastrian Ankara(Sadly offpic).
Instead of Siculo-Romans, we have Dacian-Normans.
Volcano erupts, but destroys none of my stuff.
Persia/Babylon city placement is awful.
Chola Empire, why are you in Europe? How did you even sail here?
Buddhist Rome and Russia.
Weird stuff happens in 3000 BC.
Also, next time please put your images in spoilers so that they don't take up as much space.
The Tamils' Orang Laut can sail through Cape. Not sure if this is intentional or not.
The Dharani is a Caravel replacement, so it would need to.
Orang Laut, Indonesia's UU, is meant to go through cape.
Blagh, meant Tamils' Dharani, sorry.
p.s. I only have the holy city because I built the AP in Tunis.
China survived the Mongols? Impressive.
Your conquest of the Maghreb is even more impressive though.
The university of Sankore is actually in Timbuktu in real life, Mali usually builds it because it's (I think) Medieval only Wonder that requires Islam, and by the time they build it most of the Islamic civs will be Renaissance
He probably settled the Maghreb. Distinct lack of Poland and it usually gets razed out in a 3000 BC start.
Just to continue the collection of poland in weird locations...
Also, this isn't the SVN. Carthage tends to get razed by the barbarian hordes.
I love it when I win.
IT WAS NEVER A COMPETITION!
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