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  1. Special building: Has a healing aura just like temples. Requires a temple to be built, (can't train healers or research temple technologies). Yurt-sized (three variations). Shared technology with Huns. Maximum of 3 for each civic center. Cannot be packed. Cheaper than a temple.
  2. What do I have to do if I want to give a try modeling those?
  3. I was thinking in something similar for differentiating civs in three main axles of categorization: "Barbarian civs" = Iberians, Gauls, Britons, Suebians, Xiongnu, Scythians, Huns, Yayois, Thracians, Dacians, Norse, Lusitanians, etc. *"Medium civs" = Greeks of all sorts, Macedonians, Ptolemies, Seleucids, Carthaginians, Kushites, Garamantians, Anglo-Saxons, Zapotecs, Judeans, etc. *(medium sized, medium lifespan, Kingdoms, City-states, "halfway civs") "Empire civs" = Romans, Persians, Indians, Chineses, Franks, Byzantines, Umayyads, etc. T1. Barbarian civs = No army camps or military colonies. Unlock civic centers in P2 (Cheaper civic centers). Can build storehouses, farms and farmsteads anywhere in the map. Also rely on small storehouses and resource wagons (for all resources). Few special buildings (No libraries). Can replenish their troops quickly (can train certain units like Celtic spearmen / Iberian spearmen / Scythian archers (and other equivalents, maybe naked fanatics for Gauls aswell) from houses after a certain technology). Don't require a technology for training women from houses. Can build docks anywhere in the map. Cheaper technologies. Small cheap houses that only grant 5 population bonus. Few mercenaries (and just ethnically / geographically related with them; Vettones, Batavians, Galatians, Celtiberians, Alans, Helvetii, Belgae celts, etc). Weak navy (more focused on transportation and confusing large ships) (more small cheap warships) (few exceptions like Norse). Tribal and more religious / healing technologies *based on Shamanism, Animism, Paganism, Tengrism, etc. Fortresses can just grant "Will to fight" technology and train heroes. More useful wonders. Few to no slaves. T2. Medium civs = Unlock military colonies and army camps in P2. Unlock civic centers in P3. Special buildings (Libraries, Gymnasium, Syssition, special temples, etc.). Medium sized houses that grant 10 population bonus. Can build docks only in terrains under territory influence (whether of military colonies, army camps or civic centers). More balanced navy (with some exceptions). Can build some small storehouses and resource wagons after P2 and after a certain technology. More mercenaries. More mercenary technologies. More useful fortresses (same as T1, but can also train the same units from military colonies and army camps after a certain technology). Have access to slaves. T3. Empire civs = Unlock military colonies and army camps in P2. Unlock civic centers in P3 and after an specific technology that extends 20% of territory effects for all buildings (more expensive civic centers, but a larger civic centers with more population bonus). Same special buildings as T2. More special buildings; academies, courts, senates, palaces, etc. Medium sized houses like in T2. Have access to larger sized (but more expensive) apartments with 20 population bonus in P2. More political units (senators, ministers, ambassadors, royalty, etc). Can build docks only in terrains under territory influence (whether of military colonies, army camps or civic centers). Can build some small storehouses and resource wagons after P2 and after a certain technology. Have more technological requirements and more expensive technologies. But also access to a wider variety; more political, economical and diplomatic technologies. Even more mercenaries. More useful fortresses (same as T1, but can also train both the same champion units from Barracks and mercenaries. Offer other forms of bonuses). Wide use of slavery. ***Of course, not all civs selected in each of these types should match perfectly and rigidly each of those descriptions (for example, Athenians should have access to their Platonic Academy, Huns should have a wider and richer selection of mercenaries, Mauryans should continue with their worker elephants, etc.). And there should be variety even in civs of the same type. But those axles could work instead as a form of classification for the main nature of each civ.
  4. Socrates as a hero is a little strange. (He could instead have a function more similar to Han dynasty's ministers). Are the rest of the gang (Aristotle and Plato) coming with him aswell?
  5. I played them last night against Norse. (Easy win spanning dozens of archers). Really cool civ. And most of the buildings seem also "game ready". I hope to see one day this faction in the official game. Congratulations
  6. The first pic looks like something in the British Islands or Northern Europe. Probably you will find this interesting; a Celtic burial mound: https://www.thevintagenews.com/2016/12/24/the-hochdorf-chieftains-grave-intact-and-richly-furnished-grave-of-an-early-celtic-chieftain/
  7. Well, many sacred places are rebuilt and used as the actual Wonders. I can only think of ruins, megaliths and burial mounds.
  8. Yes! And please a tutorial on "how to use espionage". I have been playing this game for a year, I still don't know how to use spies .
  9. For the Mod selection: -The possibility to uninstall (delete) the installed mods in-game (without having to dig into the game folders).
  10. Not all civs. I can't think of any University or Library for Barbarians (Iberians and Celts). But surely for former "Empire" civilizations. It feels strange to represent Greek factions (and particularly Athenians) without their libraries...
  11. (I tend to agree that this faction should represent both Rashiduns and Umayyads). Idea for houses and civic center: *from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qusayr_'Amra Walls and tower walls: *from: https://www.everycastle.com/Qasr-al-Hayr-al-Sharqi.html *Another door: *from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mosque_of_Amr_ibn_al-As Defense tower: *from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Mosque,_Ramla Fortress: *from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qasr_Al-Kharanah Special building (Palace): *from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umayyad_Palace Temple (Mosque): *from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Mosque_of_Kairouan Other interesting mosques from this period: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mosque_of_the_Companions,_Massawa https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidi_Okba_Mosque https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Zaytuna_Mosque https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quba_Mosque Wonder (Umayyad Mosque): *from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umayyad_Mosque (although these mosques tend to be huge).
  12. Is this mod still being updated? I really would like to give it a try in A25.
  13. In addition to the other things stated. I have to admit I like the way how they are limited in the Delenda Est mod. I remember playing with the Epirotes at A25 last time. Population restriction: It requires to build a fortress to get space enough for training 5 Elephants. Additional; There should be an upper limit to the number of elephants you can train. Maybe 15 per civic center (or another digit multiple of 5 closer to this number). (This would include Elephant heroes too). (This number could be different for each civilization (up to 25 for Mauryans)). In the case of Seleucids and Ptolemies; building a military colony would also increase your room for training Elephants by 5. But this wouldn't interfere with the maximum number of possible Elephants strictly determined by the number of civic centers you have built. Or, if you prefer, it could additionally increase the maximum number just by 5. (Not as much as a civic center). (This would make military colonies to be a mix both of fortresses and civic centers, at least when it comes to Elephants mechanics). (This could be applied to Mauryan palaces too). Training time: Since Elephants have a lifespan similar to humans and it takes them like 15 years to reach adulthood. (It's like 5 years for horses). They should increase their training time too. Something from 45 secs to 60 secs. (without bonuses). (Let's ignore that it takes 20 years for humans to reach adulthood aswell). And of course, the main reason why this topic was created: Elephants still need to be less effective than artillery and siege weapons... (Right now, if you play with a civilization that has Elephants, you basically have no reason to build any siege weapon). Maybe make them slower and less harmful (at least against buildings and walls) in each of their attacks?
  14. for Batavians: Gaius Julius Civilis: was the leader of the Batavian rebellion against the Romans in 69 AD. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaius_Julius_Civilis for Alemanni*: Gibuld: the last known king of the Alamanni before the defeat of the Alamanni at the battle of Tolbiac in 496. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gibuld *** "Walafrid Strabo in the 9th century remarked, in discussing the people of Switzerland and the surrounding regions, that only foreigners called them the Alemanni, but that they gave themselves the name of Suebi." * from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alemanni
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