Discussion in 'Civ4 - Fall from Heaven' started by orgonebox, May 29, 2009.
Don't forget Khazad! (Luicrap does not count)
The God Abandons Amelanchier:
There are times when turn 150 rolls around and all odds are against us, when the Dark Lord is taking our cities filling their broad avenues with the blood of the inhabitants, when hordes of pyre zombies set our ancient forests aflame, when entire companies melt away for lack of hope and pay, and the druids' incantations ring hollow...
At that point, we Ljosalfar's sharpen our swords, seize our bows and clothyard arrows - and get to work.
The enemy's going to have to earn his victory.
I love the WarKirby Method ... Once, on a scenario ... a particular empyrean priest was able to halt my coalitions advance ENTIRELY, and put the entire game, and my progression through the scenarios, into a standstill.
I spent about 10 turns trying to counter it, which at that point equaled to half an hour.
After failing at that, the next turn his entire nation was suddenly a huge lake, with one undefended city. I got to the next scenario fairly quickly
Hmm. Ignore your civ's World Spell and when you really need it, open the World Builder. You can justify it as your own variety of World Spell. We can call it Divine Intervention.
The one thing i tend to "divinely inspire" is the bloody entire world of FoL/Runes. Throwing around some A/V and Order always makes it a lot more fun for me
I love playing games that feel like an epic struggle between good and evil. This mod can do that with awesome style.
Heh. I love to play the only good civ in a game.
Yeah sometimes when i get really angry at the game cause things don't go my way, i go in an irate rage and open up the world builder, destroy all my enemies units, all my enemies cities except the capitol and finally improvements that were not mine or the barbarians.
Then I go back to expanding my empire to control all of the continent, just call it my special world spell
Hippus dominating? 2/3 games in my experiences, they somehow got wiped out by another AI within turn 200. And I placed them specifically to own other civs. So yeah. It's Murphy's Law in action.
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