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==Domination==
 
==Domination==
[[File:Domination VC.jpg|right|200px]]The classic Civilization victory. To win a Domination victory, a player must control all of the original capital cities. This is changed from the initial release of the game where a player had to be the last player with its original capital.
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[[File:Domination VC.jpg|right|200px]]The classic Civilization victory. To win a Domination victory, one must be the last player controlling their capital. Each time someone loses their first city, the others are a step closer to the victory. Paradoxically, it is possible to achieve Domination without one single fight - waiting for others to conquer capitals of each other. Of course, since the chance of this is really small (you'll have to count not only on one or more nations conquering the others, but also on the capitals of the conquerors to fall), the most effective way to achieve this victory is capturing the other capitals by yourself.
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Even if the game tells the player he has a new capital, it is the first established city that counts, so it is advised to protect it well, especially if neighbors are aggressive.
   
 
When setting up a new game, the Advanced Settings menu allows you to decide if domination victory includes just capturing the capitals, or if you have to eliminate all cities and enemy units in the game.
 
When setting up a new game, the Advanced Settings menu allows you to decide if domination victory includes just capturing the capitals, or if you have to eliminate all cities and enemy units in the game.
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