Hey there, as you can see we've just enabled Message walls, which we hope will work better in the upcoming Civ6 launch. Old messages are available by clicking the link at the bottom of this page.
Now available is also the Discussion module which I encourage you to check out and contribute to, so its a bit populated leading up to the redesign of the wiki and the launch of the discussion feature on the mobile app. If it works well it could be our main forum of discussion!
Hey there, noticed you created quite a few redirects a few months back that had categories on them so I thought I'd point out that its generally preferred that redirects have no categories on them at all, except for rare exceptions.
That is because both the redirect and the page its pointing to will appear in categories, skewing the numbers and confusing users.
I've added the first few of many icons for use in Civ6 articles. They can be found at Category:Civilization_VI_icon_templates. The images will obviously get better after release and most important quantifiable objects in the game will eventually have their own icons.
I don't know what your thoughts about the use of such icons is but I know you love adding to and tweaking articles so if you like icons do sprinkle them all around!
In the Thailand Tomorrow section of Civ 5's Siam kingdom, the article discusses about Thailand's future and about the King. The article needs to be updated since King Bhumibol Adulyadej has recently passed away, and will be succeeded by his son, Maha Vajiralongkorn.
I understand your reasons for making the change and appreciate your commitment to historical accuracy. However, as I explained after reverting your edits, this is not a historical wiki. The information in any section entitled Civilopedia (Entry), Historical Info, or Historical Context is presented exactly as it appears in the in-game Civilopedia, which is written by the developers. Even if this information becomes outdated, please leave it as is unless Firaxis officially changes it.
We need to expand some articles. Examples? Social Insurance (CivRev2), American (CivRev2), Egyptian (CivRev2), and others. People like me are still playing the game and need to know the information. I know some strategies (excuse my spelling) and can help out with background facts, additions since Civ Rev, and the like.
I've never played CivRev2, but if you or anyone you know has information about the game or strategies you've learned since you started playing it, I strongly encourage you to add your knowledge to the wiki. Try to follow the same basic format as the CivRev articles if you're at a loss for what to do.