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debeest,
I have read almost whole first sentence from your post. I will continue reading and reply later.
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Largest Civ refers to land area, as measured for each map tile by the 'last visited' flag, which indicates which Civ visited that square most recently.
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I've always assumed that the "largest" civ is the one with the greatest population. Although, population is virtually the same thing as the power rating, so probably either "powerful" does refer to unit strength, or "large" does refer to area.
There's also "most advanced," of course. That can be handy info if you don't have embassies, MPE, etc.
SlowThinker, I just looked at the post regarding productivity that you linked to  and I think the dates provide clear proof that you really ARE a ssssslllloooowwww thinker.
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I have also seen "the happiest"; I'll check my logs for other qualifiers.
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I'm not entirely sure about this, but I think I've seen games where the list of Most Powerful definietly did not correspond to the power rating. I think it is tied to either number of units or some rating of the units based on their relative strength.
Wealthiest seems to always correspond to the gold on hand.
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St. Augustine completes his epic history...
The wealthiest, the most powerfull, the largest civ...Do you know what these ordered lists of civs mean?
It looks that
the most powerfull is the highest on the powergraph (important knowledge  Key Civ that affects the tech cost)
the wealthiest  probably has most gold
the largest  probably has the biggest territory
Do you know others?
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Funxus has corrected an error in productivity (Civilization Fanatics' Forums > CIVILIZATION II > Civ2  Strategy & Tips > Approval rating weirdness).
Updated.
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At each of the six play levels, there is a numerical game score that corresponds to 100% on the hall of fame. At the lowest level, I think it takes a game score of 2500 to get 100% on the HOF. At deity, if I remember correctly, a game score of 775 corresponds to 100% HOF. Your HOF score is simply your game score divided by that levelspecific goal (GS / LSG = HOF). Thus, at any given level, you can figure out what that 100% goal is, by dividing the other way: GS / HOF = LSG.
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One thing I couldn't find here.
How does the Civ2 percentage score relate to the score in points?
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Originally posted by debeest
Yes, if you look at your formula you will immediately realize that it's wrong in two ways...
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"citizens + (techs/2.67) + (gold/256) "
"Is it different from my formula? I thought it is better to avoid fractions... "
Yes, if you look at your formula you will immediately realize that it's wrong in two ways: (1) techs/2.67 is not equal to techs*2.67 and gold/256 is not = gold*256, and (2) 96 is actually the relationship between tech value and gold value (256/96 = 2.67), not between tech value and citizen value.
"number of squares (both land and sea) visited more recently by an own unit
than by a unit of another civilization"
How about "visited more recently by a unit of your own than by a unit of another civilization"?
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post 20
Originally posted by William Keenan
You were right that there was a flaw in the literacy formula. The correct formula should be:
Base 4% + 1% if more than half the population lives in cities that have Libraries + 1% if more than half the population lives in cities that have Universities
I verified the annual income.
Originally posted by debeest
According to the Civ Fanatics posting, the correct formula for the powergraph is:
citizens + (techs/2.67) + (gold/256)
Originally posted by debeest
According to what I have generally seen posted, land area is a function of the number of squares visited MORE RECENTLY BY YOU THAN BY OTHERS.
number of squares (both land and sea) visited more recently by an own unit than by a unit of another civilization
And there shall be (+ number of citizens) in place of (+ number of cities)
Originally posted by debeest
You mean if I conquer faster, I might be able to score higher than I score by building lots of citizens?
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According to the Civ Fanatics posting, the correct formula for the powergraph is:
citizens + (techs/2.67) + (gold/256)
According to what I have generally seen posted, land area is a function of the number of squares visited MORE RECENTLY BY YOU THAN BY OTHERS.
Son of a gun. You mean if I conquer faster, I might be able to score higher than I score by building lots of citizens? I guess the fact that I didn't know that tells us something about my skills.... How early do you have to conquer to do that?
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post 18
Your approval rating formula is good ST. My mistake I was appling the formula wrong in my previous test.
You were right that there was a flaw in the literacy formula. The correct formula should be:
Base 4% + 1% if more than half the population lives in cities that have Libraries + 1% if more than half the population lives in cities that have Universities
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