Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by bite, Jan 22, 2019.
They would still consume population if you purchased it.
This representation of the Ottomans is far cooler than in civ5. It is a powerful civ of domination able to strike head-on with other powerful civs of domination as Aztecs and Macedon. Definitely, allowing the Ottomans to reach the medieval age is a danger.
Late to the party today, time to see if there's anything interesting.
Also, with an extra governor, those policy cards that affect cities with Governors are a little bit better.
The last wonder is visible next to Stockholm.
Yes but that is quite good.
speaking of early game, does his siege unit bonus also apply to catapults? I admit I never build catapults, but could be tempted with Ottomans.
I really like this civ in that it seems geared for a mid game expansion strategy which really fits a lot of different strategies, not just domination. The unique governor seems to be interesting to play with and can definitely change the way you settle and conquer. It will be interesting how this all works with the new diplomacy mechanic.
I dont know if it is just me. But it feels like since the first expansion that the newest civs suffer more and more from power creep. It feels like the original civs need to be buffed often to make up for ever stronger new civs. I dont think it is acceptable as a marketing strategy for a civilization game. The original civs could receive a buff here and there and be made more interesting.
When i play on a large map i notice the same civilizations have a tendency to end up on top. While a couple of them end up being weak. Have to test this more. But Spain disappeared quickly in one of my latest games. And it is not the first time it happened.
We know some of the civs have gotten buffs
Yep. I'm not fond of Super uniques either. Upgrading is much, much superior.
I'm a pacifist in Civ VI but having Suleiman as a close neighbour could prove to be a challenge, which is good. You'll have to be on your toes.
Meenakshi Amman Temple.
I'm pretty sure.
Another look at the Mud Volcanoes wonder.
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