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Sometimes, you can make it work. The AI will respond "I don't see how we can make this work", if it believes that a fair deal cannot be made. If the reason for this is that he values his trade offering more than anything you have, then you cannot change it. However, if you are offering something more valuable than everything the AI owns, like a major ...
Short answer: Yes. Long answer: Yes, but... I find that this response means that they firmly dislike you, but they would be willing to accept the trade if you had significantly more to offer them. For example, when I go for a culture/tourism victory, I want to have an Open Border agreement with everyone for additional tourism per turn. For allies, I can ...
The range of 2 is correct. Longbowman have a base of 2 range but they also start with the promotion which gives +1 range. The result is mostly the same- they should be able to shoot 3 tiles away. If they had 3 range base, they would be able to take the range promotion on top of that for 4 range- which would be a bit silly. On the plus side, it means they ...
The requirements to connect two cities can be summed up in one sentence plus some caveats: there must be an explored path between the two cities, made of friendly or neutral territory. The caveats: "Friendly or neutral territory" is owned by you, owned by a friendly (or allied) City-State, owned by a civilization you have Open Borders with, or unowned. ...
Since Civ BE uses the same engine as Civ V, it's reasonable to assume that if your machine ran Civ V well, it should be able to handle Civ BE. In my personal experience, the two computers I ran Civ V on ran Civ BE just fine.
Yes you do. You need the Gods & Kings expansion pack. It states directly on the wiki page of the Gatling Gun that it was: Introduced in Gods & Kings (found under the image in the wiki link you posted) Some information about the Gods & Kings expansion pack: Sid Meier's Civilization® V: Gods & Kings is the first expansion pack ...
Resources are spawned at the start of the game. Where you position your cities won't somehow retroactively change this. This can be proven relatively easily: Start a game Rush Iron Working Record the position of the Iron Load the initial save Build a city next to or on the Iron Research Iron Working again You'll notice the location is exactly the same. ...
Move the appmanifest_8930.acf from the SteamApps folder into the other SteamApps folder. Then restart Steam.
City border growth attempts to choose the best tile for that city. This is based on yield, so cities will prioritise hexes with resources, or tiles that provide what the city needs. Cities may also acquire tiles to gain access to another tile if that tile is particularly lucrative- usually strategic/luxury resources. Cities also tend to prefer tiles closer ...
Hostile AI will almost never cooperate with you, or listen. They will be ready to declare war, and may spam you with hate messages. Afraid ai will agree to unfair trades, and demands. However, they usually become guarded or hostile within a few turns.
The Gatling Gun was added by the Gods & Kings expansion. This is actually stated underneath the image on the right hand side of the page you linked to:
IIRC Steam verifies C:/Program Files/Steam/SteamApps for files that already exists for the game before downloading anything. So, if you try to install Civ V, it will detect the game files and automatically un"gray"out the game for you without downloading additional files. Additionaly, you can try Steam instructions for transfering games between computers: ...
well,logically that would mean you will both get a warmonger penalty and lose some of it.I really believe that the warmonger penalty would be higher,though,so do it at your own risk.
I have solved my problem, with a relatively simple solution. I basically backed up my game by clicking Steam and then clicking the Backup option (Backup and Restore, or something along those lines). Then I moved that backup to my PC and converted that backup back into the game (The backed-up game will be in a weird format; you can choose between CD and DVD ...
Other resources appear when you're already covering a fifth of the map with your cities. This is just the fact that you only have one/two cities combined with RNG luck.
This seems to be a bug present in older versions of Civilization. The only way to fix it on a Linux system is by buying all of the expansions.
I used to have some scrolling scan lines in the background. Switching from a VGA to an HDMI cable made them go away.
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