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All National Wonders require you to build a certain improvement in every city you control before you can build them. World Wonders do not. Mouse over the wonder to view its description. If it includes "requires a foo in all cities", it's a National Wonder. Additionally, the Artists' Musicians' & Writers' Guilds are also considered National Wonders.


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I beat the game on all but deity (and i beat it twice on deity in a heads-up encounter). I go monument, because i can get 3 socials in 25 turns then warrior - because scouts are long term waste, and you need the barb protection then stonehenge - using free worker from citizenship = chop at least two forests then granary then warrior/ settler in an order ...


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the only way i can think of would be to launch the starship first, then win the culture victory while the ship is in transit, thus winning by both means. I have personally done this, btw.


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I assume the two DLCs you're referring to are the expansions, Gods & Kings and Brave New World. They're displaying because they're expansions rather than DLC. Most DLCs aren't usually listed in your library- it'd be pretty hard to find anything if they did! If you want to view the DLCs you have for a game, right-click the game in your library and ...


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So this is how it has played out so far. France and the other powers that be declared war on the other Civ on my continent. This always comes with the city states that are allies of the target declaring war back. In this way you can opportunistically wait for a city state to come into conflict with your target, without having to pay the target to fight a ...


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I did something very similar in my first game going for a Cultural victory. I started alone in South America (I must have been playing with historical starting positions, but it was a while ago so I don't recall perfectly). I had built three cities including my capital that took nearly the whole continent, but Montezuma had spread almost entirely across ...


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When you switch ideologies (either voluntarily or involuntarily), you'll be able to re-pick a number of tenets in the new ideology equal to the number of tenets you had in your old ideology. The only caveat to this that I've seen is that you'll lose the "early adopter" tenets - the bonus ones you get if you were one of the first two civs to pick an ...


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When your gold hits 0 and you're still in the negatives, the first thing that happens is your Science production is tapped to make up the difference. Eventually, units will start to disband, but this happens over time. Thus, if they've only been running a debt for a short period they may still be able to effectively war. Since capturing enemy cities ...


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3 Billion= Lots of grasslands, few mountains and hills. 4 Billion= Stil some grasslands, an average amount of Mountains. And quite a few hills. 5 billion= Few grasslands. Lots of mountains. Tons of hills. Terrain: 3 Billion= Lots of plains, Lots of jungles and forests. 4 Billion= Some plains. Some deserts, and jungles, foresets and very little Tundra. 5 ...


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Yes, it is possible. There needs to be a human player to start the game, but all you have to do is step out of the way. One way to achieve it is to use the in-game-editor mod to delete your initial city and hide some inaccessible units. Then, all is left to do is to end turns and observe. For an example, see the Civilization V AI only series by reddit user ...


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If you're running the game through Steam make sure that Steam is in online mode. I have had this issue before and what fixed it for me, oddly enough, was disabling the intro video. The way you do this is by going to Options and select the Interface Options tab. After that, in the bottom right hand corner you should see Skip Intro Video, go ahead and select ...


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On default settings, you have to pick a social policy whenever you earn one. That said, there ought to be plenty to choose from, unless your game has done something odd. You said the first 3 or 4 are unlocked, but unless I'm mistaken those are only categories; you can select more specific policies inside those categories as well. See also In Civilization ...



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