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  1. UPDATE: Version 0.4.0 When playing with bots, it is recommended to use the bot_PETRA_Expert mod, as the regular Petra is not customized for the changes. The cost of recruiting units includes coins. New resources are included in the cost of building construction. Building a temple unlocks new technology. Support units will start generating income in the form of coins. UPDATE: Version 0.3.1 ( Fixed Summary tab ) NOTES: The mod changes some parts in the GUI. Access to Barter and Resources through the button in the top Panel. 8 Resources in the Game. New: Amphoras, Olives, Papyrus, Coins. Description: Base Barter rate at the start of the game: 100 to 82. After the first Barter on the Market, the rate for each resource starts to change dynamically. If 100 units of a resource can be exchanged for a number greater than 82 it means a more favorable rate. And vice versa. Dynamics of Rates: Standard - when prices are updated, the rate can increase or decrease with equal probability, i.e. 50%/50%. Growing - when prices are updated, the rate is more likely to rise than to fall. For example 85% increase, 15% decrease. New Resources are available only in the Civic Center (technology) and Market (technology and barter). The Civic Center generates new resources 2 times faster than the Market. Amphora Available to all factions in CC and Market through technology. standard price standard dynamics Olives standard price standard dynamics Access : Market through technology in all factions CC Production is available to the following factions through technology Athens Iberians Macedonians Ptolemies Rome Sparta Papyrus standard price standard dynamics Access : Market through technology in all factions without bonuses CC Ptolemies first technology is available in Phase 1. The rest of the factions from Phase 2. Coins Price: standard Dynamics: Growing (this resource increases in price during the game) Available to all factions in CC and Market through technology. Version(0.2.0): Added 5th type of resource "Coins" The resource is NOT AVAILABLE for mining on the map, and for traders moving between markets. Ways to get the resource: 1.It is possible to barter for other resources in the Market. 2.The Civic Centers and the Markets generate coins after researching technologies: Technology branch in the Civic Center (Coinage). Technology branch in the Market (Profit from local comerce) Feature of this resource: Has positive price dynamics Coins become more expensive over time. Preview Version(0.2.0) on YOUTUBE: Market in the Mod: After the first Deal, prices become dynamic, in other words they change: 1.If players Barter resources in the Market 2.If players do NOT Barter resources on the Market The exchange rate may gradually decrease or increase over time. In a new game, the exchange rates will be different from the previous game. Each next trade will increase or decrease the price differently. The interval between updates has been increased to 7sec. The market recovers unevenly for each update interval. Infrequent events where there is a significant jump in rates. Installation method: Right-click on the archive Select open with - specify 0 AD. In the Settings menu the Mod should be displayed in Green color. Save and Restart the game Volatile_Market.zip Volatile_Market_0_2_0.zip Volatile_Market_0_3_1.zip Volatile_Market_0_4_0.zip
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  2. Yes. They get picked only from the AINames in files in simulation/data/civs/. In A26 as well as A27 RC, these lists include heroes. However, they were recently cut in this revision, removing hero names and other duplicates. And Themistocles is one of the heroes.
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  3. Just uploaded the patch: https://code.wildfiregames.com/D5256
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  4. Let's put it this way, on the steam survey, Ubuntu is the second most popular distro. The first is Arch, (from the steam deck, I think.) But even if you don't count arch, all the other distros put together are almost twice the amount of users as Ubuntu. https://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey/?platform=combined Another possibly imperfect place for us to look is the Gaming On Linux Stats: https://www.gamingonlinux.com/users/statistics/ Those stats seems to suggest that while Ubuntu based distros are the most popular, Ubuntu is only slightly higher than Pop!_OS or Linux Mint, and both of those Operating systems get rid of snap. In fact, I used to use Ubuntu, and it's still my go to operating system, but the first thing I do is ditch snap. I'm sure a lot of other Ubuntu users do likewise. So yes, technically Ubuntu is the most popular distro, there still are more people using Fedora/Arch/OpenSuse/etc than Ubuntu.
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  5. Athenians Britons Carthaginians Epirotes Gauls Han Chinese Iberians Imperial Romans Kushites Macedonians Mauryas Persians Ptolemies Romans Scythians Seleucids Spartans Thebes Xiongnu Zapotecs
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  6. And what if food amount reach 0 ? starving and starting to lose health and death? if you want to apply this please also include this part as well
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  7. 2FA is such a pain in the patookis.
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