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Actually, yes. You will receive a penalty each time a city you did not found is captured by you. It doesn't matter if it was retaken in the last turn. You capture a city = You gain warmonging points. If you want to avoid being a warmonger, clear out the enemy units first and surround the city as fast as possible in order to protect it from melee units which ...


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Quote from the wiki : about warmonging points These points are only applied if you capture a city that was not founded by you So as you're not the original owner you will suffer multiple penalties. However the larger the map is, the less the penalty is (see the wiki for the math calculation).


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I don't use this Communitas mod (i don't use any) but i have the same message. So i don't think this answer is right. After my own search, i found that maintenance free units are: Cargo Ships, Caravans, and Guided Missiles.


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Another solution would be using the family mode steam provides. Civilisation V still provides a "LAN" multiplayer. All you would have to do after having setup the family mode on your brother's computer, would be to launch steam offline on one of your computers, launch Civ 5 and create a LAN game. I'm not certain this will work since Civilisation could ...


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I'll give you a couple solutions that fulfill the spirit of what Steam allows for sharing a single copy of Civ V. Simple Hotseat mode: You play on a single computer playing a game of musical chair. Passwords for each player help minimize the chance of information bleed between turns. This technique is a bit faster and has the added bonus of built-in ...


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I think it is best to try by experimentation. The current leading answer to this question, 7 tiles, was incorrect in my game. It took eight tiles between me and his nearest city for him to be cool with it. As others have mentioned perhaps it depends on his personality or some other factor, so founding and then if he complains load a save, i.e. ...


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I know of two methods to fix this issue. Method 1 is through a mod, and method 2 is through an in-game fix: "IGE" or "IN GAME EDITOR": Just download the mod from Steam Workshop. Enable the mod, then you should see "IGE" on the "upper-right" part of your screen - click on "IGE" and then wait a little bit. You need to find the city with "buggy production" ...


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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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