I enjoy playing domination matches on huge maps with 22 computers, the only part I don't like is being pestered every turn by a dozen requests. Whether its friendship requests, begging for gold or telling me I'm a war hungry monster. I want it all to stop, just go about on my war rampages. I know computers don't bother you when you make a multiplayer game, unfortunately you can't play with more than 12 players. At least, from what I could tell when creating one.

So is there anyway to block the computers from talking to me completely?

  • Curious, which civ do you prefer for such rampages? – VanBuzzKill Jan 5 '14 at 17:58
  • @Katustrawfic Germany or Russia. – Paralytic Jan 5 '14 at 19:48

Unfortunately, there is not. The closest solution is an Embargo via the World's Congress/United Nations, but that only applies to trade routes, not direct trade transactions, and really does not apply to your case.

  • If you can do it in multiplayer i dont see why it is impossible in single player. – Paralytic Jan 23 '14 at 20:05
  • @Paralytic That is because in multiplayer, the AI is engineered to not approach the player with deals (or threats, etc). This behavior is unique only to multiplayer, however. – Rilgon Arcsinh Jan 24 '14 at 21:35
  • just seems unlikely that no one has duplicated the settings of multiplayer – Paralytic Jan 25 '14 at 4:30

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