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The The Great Wall of Najran has been destroyed!

Discussion in 'Civ3 Conquests - Bug Reports' started by ETO_Peregrine, Jan 10, 2004.

  1. ETO_Peregrine

    ETO_Peregrine Martinet

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    I managed to destroy the Great Wall by bombarding the Arab town of Najran with trebuchets. This oddity was in a Monarch game with patch 1.13b. All Arab towns lost their walls right after the bombard message appeared. Apparently defenders don't have to be redlined to damage improvements, population and great wonders. This could be a big problem.
     
  2. watorrey

    watorrey Chieftain

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    It is random whether you hit unit, pop, or buildings. The Problem here is that wonders can be destroyed at all. I believe they are aware of this.
     
  3. undertoad

    undertoad Chieftain

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    Confirmed in C3C, v1.22, as well. Effects exactly as ETO_peregrine describes. Even odder was that I was using Artillery. So Metallurgy should have made all the walls disappear ages before. Unless the Walls that disappeared were all "handbuilt", but a bug made the game think they were GW-generated ones, and disappeared them when the GW was destroyed?
     

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