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Number 2. Terrain promotions are based on where the defender is standing so barrage will give you a bonus attacking into hills/forest. For melee promotions, this also applies to defending. If a unit with Drill is standing in a forest/hill, it will get a bonus to its combat strength if it is attacked.
No, you only need to connect the luxury resource once to enjoy the full 20-turn benefit.
In addition to what was said by VanBuzzKill, there are natural wonders that don't produce yield (food/production/gold/culture/faith/science) but give happiness - in case of these, you don't need to allocate citizen to work these tiles. Its enough to have the natural wonder within your civilization borders and you'll get the happiness boost.
You have to meet all the other players (human/computer), city states do not count.
As long as it is within the borders of your city, it should get a citizen pretty much automagically. If you have set manual specialists under the specialist buildings in the city details screen, this may affect this citizen placement. Basically, if I want a natural wonder I try to put the city right up next to it, and it usually puts the next available ...
I always thought it was based on their "Anger" level with you. You can see it in the right hand nav under the world icon. You can also see this based on the history notes under the respective countries. If there is a lot of red text like, "You angered X country," "They caught you spying," or "You denounced them," it means they'll probably say "You'll pay for ...
For non-hotseat multiplayer games, the host's DLC determines what all players can use, regardless of what the people the host invites own. I have personally verified this in my own games.
It means that you need to own either or both of the Civ 5 expansion packs, Brave New World // Gods and Kings, in order to use that mod. This suggests that the mod either uses assets or mechanics from the expansions, and by not owning them, you can't support that mod. You can see in the screenshot below that this mod is tagged with Brave New World - that ...
I've been in the same situation with Civ 5 and also Killing Floor. If you own the base game, but not the DLC, buying a complete/gold edition will give you all the DLC but not another copy of the base game. In some cases it's cheaper than buying all the DLC on its own, even though you're missing out on the base game (Civ 5/Killing Floor case).
Hover the mouse over the icon of the World's Fair in one of the cities where you are constructing it. Then end your turn and keep hovering the mouse and as other Civs have their turn the percentage of completion of the fair will go up for each players turn. This is helpful because say if there is 10% completion from one turn to the next you can tell how muxh ...
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