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Yes, jungle always blocks sight. It has the same behavior like forest in terms of vision.


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If Austria gains a city state via diplomatic marriage, it's no longer considered a city state - it counts as one of their cities instead. Thus, it can be burned, and cannot be liberated. The same is true of city states bought by Venice.


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Note: I have only tried this with other major civilizations so far, but city states should work the same, I think. You can trade with Mongolia and tell them, at the bottom of their trade interface, to make peace with Belgrade. Once you brokered peace, it might be a good idea to place Belgrade under your protection through the city state screen. This ...


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No, it's not impossible. Every world leader election, the highest-voted civs get additional delegates. Thus, if you can stay at the top, and nobody achieves a different victory condition, you will eventually have enough votes to win.


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I found a pretty straightforward solution. When you fire up the game menu there's a little, inconspicuous text in the bottom left saying "Mods". Like this: Clicking it gives you a list of active mods. Now the only thing you have to do is making a screenshot like I did above (or probably at least two).


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I'm not familiar with the Civ 5 SDK, I couldn't find an option that would help in your particular case. I did however find something that you might not know, you can highlight a large selection of options and tick a single box to tick all of the highlighted options. Simply select an item, hold shift and click further up or down the list, then tick one box to ...


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Here is the source code for keyboard shortcuts with DLC (which only adds shortcuts to Espionage Overview and Religion Overview (in G&K) as you've found). I've modified it for readability. Taken from \Sid Meier's Civilization V\assets\DLC\Expansion2\Gameplay\XML\Units\CIV5Controls.xml as onuryn mentioned. Several do nothing, such as SELECTYUNITTYPE, ...


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Atomic bombs have a 50% chance of being intercepted by AA units and/or jet fighters, I believe, while NMs have 0% chance. Do they both have the same range? I think NM has larger range as well. And yes, I think nuke subs are easier to sneak close to a coastline than carriers are, but carriers can carry fighters/bombers as well


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This question dates a little but in my opinion is still very relevant being in the top 10 daily on Steam Stats. GunnarJ has the right idea but now you need to re-enable the debug log: Open the config.ini file (located in Documents\My Games\Sid Meier's Civilization 5) and change LoggingEnabled = 0 to LoggingEnabled = 1. Re-start Civ-V and you should now ...



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