Some friends and I have been playing multiplayer hot-seat games for several months now. Over several different games, with several different sets of mods(the culprit), we have had the same reoccurring issue:

Building a great prophet crashes the game.

The only solution we have found so far is to sell our shrines and stop earning faith. I know there are many potential issues here, especially with unofficial mods involved, but I'm wondering if anyone has come across this before?

I will provide a list of mods asap.

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    Does it do this in vanilla? If not, chances are pretty good it's your third party mods doing it. – Frank Feb 24 '16 at 23:06
  • @Frank I'm pretty sure that its my 3rd party mods. We are investigating further, just wondering if anyone else has seen this. – kevlarjacket Feb 24 '16 at 23:18
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    Downvotes are given if a question "does not show research effort, is unclear, or not useful", as you are probably well aware. As you have clarified in the comments, the cause of the issue is that it is due to third party mods, which unless we get a specific list of all the mods loaded into the game at the time of the occurrence, would probably classify as "unclear" at the very most. And then depending on which mods/how many there are, you are unfortunately not going to get much help clarifying which one it is. – Ben Feb 25 '16 at 1:35
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    My suggestion would be that you figure this out for yourself, but unloading all your mods, then loading them back in one at a time, to see which one causes the issue, then add that as an answer. – Ben Feb 25 '16 at 1:36
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    There's a good chance that it's two incompatible mods being loaded at the same time, rather than a single problem mod. – Michaellogg Feb 25 '16 at 5:53