Discussion in 'Civ - Ideas & Suggestions' started by Guandao, Sep 28, 2017.
Here are a few:
I would like to note that Preikestolen is already in the game. It appears on Lysefjord's ingame model and is mentioned in its Civilopedia entry.
Well, I can't add Kalachi, sleeping city or Twin Village, for obvious reasons....
Thanks for letting me know that!
I didn't have to remove Ik-Kil from the wishlist, because I didn't add it and no one suggested it here.
How about Sarlacc's Pit in British Columbia? It's only discovered in 2018!
Sarlacc's Pit is definitely copyrighted by Disney , so it has to be called by whatever official name they give it.
I wouldnt mind seeing the list divided into what terrain type the wonder would be considered. Because I see a lot of lakes and mountains around.
I would suggest
Athabasca glacier / Colombia Icefield (two mountain tundra or mountain snow tiles with one hills tundra or hills snow tile)
I'd like to see Devil's Tower (Bear Lodge Butte). At the end of industrial or beginning of modern era (Economics, Flight, Natural History?), a spaceship crash can be found on top of the mountain.
Adjacent tiles will then give a huge science bonus (6 bulbs?) plus 100% towards Space Port and Space Projects. AI players will curiously seek to settle near this NW starting from ancient times, so don't think pre-settling here will be easy.
It's already in GS under the NA Lakota name - Mato Tipila.
I have a few ideas:
The Tham Luang Nang Non cave now has its own Wikipedia article.
How about the Humongous Fungus in Oregon? It's considered the world's largest single organism by coverage. Not just that, but Teddy himself declared the forest it is in national property.
Since you listed the Great Pacific Garbage Patch as a "natural" wonder, then Cheltenham Badlands near the centre of the Ontario Peninsula can be a "natural" wonder as well. Cheltenham Badlands is one of the few "deserts" in Ontario.
Finally, please remove Mount Vesuvius and Chocolate Hills from the list, as they have been added in Gathering Storm. Do the same for the other natural wonders that are added in Gathering Storm.
Grand Canyon seems like a no-brainer to me. I'm surprised we've gone through 2 games (with 2 exps each) and it still hasn't shown up.
Come to think of it, I wouldn't mind seeing canyons as a feature of the terrain in general. They were in Beyond Earth, but not in 5 or 6.
How about the Paradox Valley of Colorado?
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