What's on your mind?
15 Votes in Poll
I have only really played Civ Rev (DS version), which I love. I am decently educated about the other ones, but I don't have much to contribute, and that makes me a little sad.
I really love the atmosphere of the wiki! Would love to contribute here!
52 Votes in Poll
Why civilization 6 contains just one Persian emperor (Cyrus) ?
Persian has a lot of powerful empires and emperor,like: Ashkanian empire,Sasanian empires and ...
70 Votes in Poll
I do not know how to edit the unit table for the CIV 3 units but the Longbow unit is missing the bombard value of 2.
I'm new on the Wiki family 'cause I recently bought Civ V - VI. When i seeked for information on internet (My native language is spanish) I found only poorly pages with non information. I'm not have time for using the Civilopedia kept in the game to write posts in spanish. Also I know that Wiki is an open pedia where the information is for everyone. But I feel is disrespectful taking the information, translate it and post it in the spanish version of wiki without the editors permission. So if any of the editors is reading this. Can I use the information of this wiki to the spanish version?
I like playing Civilization a lot. I played Civ V and now Civ VI. My question is how can one prevent from losing gold for no apparent reason except that the AI has decided that it won't let you win, in this case me.
I'll be doing everything I think is correct but all of a sudden, I start losing money like I had a hole in a pocket or someone is stealing it.
I checked that out by getting spies but the AI seems to have planned for that by getting rid of my spies and any way of making money first.
Someone, help me with this problem of losing gold or money. Once that happens, there is no way in Hades of winning the game.
I'm playing a solo game where I allied Frederick Barbarossa, who doesn't like Suzerains. I control one city-state, but so far his diplomacy penalty on me for that reason is -7 and I've been able to work around that and maintain the alliance.
Unfortunately, several other NPCs and their child city-state allies declared war on me. One of the city-states was nearby so I counter-attacked and defeated that city-state.
So far, so good. But Frederick assigned me a warmongering penalty of -47 and is now in danger of breaking our alliance. Does Frederick reasonably expect me to simply kill all that city-state's military and leave that city-state alone? That would leave an enemy city-state right next to me who can generate more units and attack.
I went back to the auto-save file and tried razing the city instead of keeping it but that just raised the warmongering penalty to -82.
1) How do I neutralize that city-state while keeping Frederick as an ally?
2) Is there any way to unsuzerain yourself so that you voluntarily release control of a city-state?
I'm playing this game at the King level and am trying to work my way up to Emperor so anything you-all can say is helpful. Thanks!
PS. The warmongering penalty strikes me as a very strange, unhelpful, and unrealistic idea, but that's another thread.
I need to win 1 game please help
With the latest Civ update I seem to have lost the ability to see what my cities are producing, short of looking at each city on the map. It used to be on the reports menu, but has disappeared.
I’m new here, so apologise if this has been asked recently
Как добавить как можно больше цивилизаций в карты с ограничением. Может есть какой нибудь скрипт?
A fun thing happened... I was after the diplomatic victory achievement and thought I had nailed it when I had 8 out of 10 diplomatic victory points and > 1200 diplomatic capital right before the final vote, with nobody else coming even close. However, I was only able to create 16 (expensive) upvotes for myself, whereas my rivals combined their powers and voted against me, amassing 21 (inexpensive) votes against me!
I was playing as Sweden, and only Eleanor of France voted for herself, being able to come up with only 4 votes. So, 20 for, 21 against. :( I was a bit pissed to say the least.
I tried reloading my save and buying the diplomatic favor out of my competitors, but they would not give me a single point of it, no matter what I offered them. Then it hit me: I only needed 22 votes for, no matter to whom, but my votes would dominate the vote. So I did a counter-intuitive thing: I gave Eleanor a gift of 140 diplomatic points, which allowed her to buy 3 extra votes for herself whereas I only lost 1 vote by doing that. And lo and behold, trying the vote again: 22 votes for giving 2 victory points to a player (15 for me, 7 for Eleanor) and 21 votes for deducting 1 victory point from me! :D