Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall - Dawn of Civilization' started by Leoreth, Oct 5, 2011.
There are literally a grand total of two, maybe three, good cities in that lot.
Sorry about the Protestantism, haven't noticed that is has only spread.
...did not notice that
The funny thing is, Byzantium is collapsing.
OK then, I guess that's normal...
The Moors? THE MOORS?
The Moors can actually end up with insane tech. If they survive losing Cordoba, that is.
Yeah, that's happened to me.
They usually do, in my games.
Oh well, let's load up an earlier save and see where I can cut two turns.
Four cities on the British Isles hurt my eyes.
But I'll also echo what the others have said.
If the Moors can survive, similarly to the Tamils, they become a tech leader.
First game as Brits, therefore I'm sure there are better setups. What do you recommend?
How do they get such good tech? The land they control isn't exactly the most bountiful in the map.
Taking the freedom of answering in TD's place:
Edinburgh one south, no Manchester.
You'll be able to work all non-seafood resources that way.
By the way, don't cut forests with deer and fur on them. It's a tile you are guaranteed to work so you lose one hammer per turn.
London's spot is alright?
I'll try it next time I run English, many thanks.
just see this post: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showpost.php?p=12708942&postcount=2897
Yeah London in place is usually fine
Best civic choice ever.
(they respawned somewhere around 1805-1810. Also as you may have noticed Argentina didn't spawn yet).
Why did you colonized the Falklands/Malvinas ?
Byzantium in the Falklands.
That's a first for me, even in human hands.
And I would be acting so high and mighty when he's so much more advanced then you.
ftfy. he's catholic, not orthodox.
Changing religion makes you change civs now?
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