Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by TheSpaceCowboy, Oct 20, 2016.
Every nation is a colony of people from other places if you go back far enough.
That is correct
I have never understod why people seems to hate america and brazil
It is pretty much like the pureblood families dislike the muggle born people in the harry potter books
France, unless they get a new leader. Can't live with the romance novel version of Catherine.
They don't like new toys, only old stuff. So much hate over Brazil being in the game hahahaha.
It's more America, actually. Which is old for the game (and long a sore point), not new. Your rationale does not apply.
this is NOT correct. Migration is not the same as colonization. Colonies have legal obligations to their homelands. Tribal migrations do not.
You're absolutley right I'm upset Brazil is in the base game! need a South American civ? Inca is the first thing that comes to mind, not Brazil. the Inca are far more interesting in every way I can think of. #Hurt #needmymountainpeople #firstdlcplease
I don't quite get what's your grip with Brazil. It was one of the strongest navies of the XIX century, with some ships that were overall better than the strongest one at the time, the british navy. The importance of brazilian navy is what made Brazil a portuguese country and not a french or dutch country. The only other country where I imagine have a history of a strong navy is England, and they are represented with that in the game. For being a highly populated the number of exceptional people is large, and such things is what the bonuses are about (you may imply that great persons mean higher culture, which isn't the only possible way). The last thing is the Carnival building, which I can't see anyone complaining about. I agree with you on the rainforest thing, I imagine they just took the largest rainforest in the world and though "they built nice things with the forest near, let's make a bonus for having it near the cities". Overall, the Brazil civ in here is better than in Civ V.
As for the topic, I will start with Egypt. Although not so much right now, but Wonders Builders is a niche I like.
USA, not really a civ in my book, Teddy seems ok but the airplane and the cavalry thing kind of meh. Brazil atleas seems fun to play...
Huh? The U.S. has had a fairly major influence on recent history
That said... Probably England or the U.S. They seem to be two of the more vanilla/standard/less specialized Civs
Probably Brazil--I didn't love the design in Civ V, and Civ VI seems to just be more of the same.
Of course, I plan to play my first game with a random Civ, so maybe I'll get them
Most likely Brazil which I find strange to be in the vanilla game anyways. Scythia isn't high on my list either.
I will play many, many games as random until I choose a civ. The last one I'd choose is Gorgo though.
I can't tell which sounds more lame, America or England, but I think England takes the crown.
Yeah, ridiculous. Imagine them going for a cultural victory, where the whole world listens to their music and wear their blue jeans.
Scythia, Spain, and Norway all look like good AI opponents, but I doubt I'll be playing them any time soon.
Sure we listen to their pop music now, but will they stand the test of time? We will read the epic of gilgamesh 5 000 years after it was written, will we still read the McDonald's menu in 5000 years?
OK im trolling a bit. Sure they deserve a place but it feels more weird to see USA in 2000 BC than Sumeria in 2000 AD, since Sumeria could have survived but USA could never have arised in the stone age.
Brazil?? Having an [ostensibly] dominating late game unit without focusing on science opens up some aggressively off-kilter play styles, moreso than many other civs' entire unique lists. And a flat bonus to great people is as flexible as a free policy is, if a little less strong.
My last play will be for Arabia, which is like a less interesting Brazil..
Brazil... not into modern era civs.
England or America problably.
I don't think I'll play as India
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