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Put simply: no. Every time you declare war on a Civ you gain 250 flat warmongering "points". This is just a raw value that represents your warmongering level which is then adjusted for individual Civs based off of their leader's warmongering-hate level. Sort of interested in your source for the team war declaration causing halved warmongering - it's my ...


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Puppet cities cause the same amount of unhappiness as a city you build yourself. Only annexed cities (or cities in the process of being razed) have a different formula for unhappiness. Sources: http://civilization.wikia.com/wiki/Happiness_%28Civ5%29#Unhappiness_Causes, http://www.carlsguides.com/strategy/civilization5/happiness.php, personal observations


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As you would be playing on Immortal, which I believe is harder than King, we know that your opponents will have bonuses to progress faster. That being said, you can do things to ensure your science output remains high, if not on top. To do this, you would have to play as a certain civilization. Babylon is your best bet for a science victory, because they ...


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CD keys are treated very carefully, to ensure that duplicates are not released, so that the system behind its use works and can be relied on. If you have received two separate copies of the same game, and both have contained already-used keys, it sounds like the source is simply unreliable. Depending on where you purchased the game from, it could simply be ...


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You have to meet only states, either players or AI. City states don't have any political abilities, so you don't have to meet them.


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Typically 'screen tearing' is caused by a game updating the video/graphics buffer that is rendered on the screen before the previous buffer was rendered on the screen. A basic lesson, the graphics for your screen are stored in memory and then rendered on the screen. Sometimes games will change the buffered image before the previous cycle completed. If the ...


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Yep. Just had a similiar situation happen to me, where my long time friend Ethiopia started converting my cities into his religion. At first, i didnt care as i had grand temples and stuff on my holy city so i knew it eventually it woudl regain its pressure and my religion was the world religion. So for the meantime, i went and conquered the central part of ...


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I encountered this too as it is different behavior than Civ 3, but I believe if you have queued movements, it will perform the queued movement right after you hit Next Turn, but they will still count towards the current turns moves. It is to give you a chance to change up a unit's orders before ending the turn. If you make a command to move during a turn, ...


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Yes! There is a way to see this. Just open the victory progress screen and you'll see something like the picture below If you then click on details for the science victory you'll see this This will show you how far every nation has progressed towards completing the spaceship. On my screenshots all nations are still unknown because I made this ...



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