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    bT: Thread title edited by me. Didn't want to make another topped thread.

    Because I don't want to dig up the thread at CFC every time.

    Great Prophet:

    Meditation
    Polytheism
    Priesthood
    Monotheism
    Theology
    Divine Right
    Mysticism
    Code of Laws
    Civil Service
    Monarchy
    Literature
    Music
    Writing
    Philosophy
    Printing Press
    Drama
    Alphabet
    Paper
    Education
    Liberalism
    Calendar
    Masonry
    Animal Husbandry
    Construction
    Future Tech

    Great Scientist:

    Writing
    Mathematics
    Scientific Method
    Physics
    Education
    Printing Press
    Fiber Optics
    Computers
    The Wheel
    Philosophy
    Chemistry
    Fission
    Fusion
    Optics
    Paper
    Astronomy
    Biology
    Electricity
    Flight
    Genetics
    Compass
    Satellites
    Sailing
    Alphabet
    Calendar
    Medicine
    Ecology
    Iron Working
    Metal Casting
    Engineering
    Steam Power
    Liberalism
    Agriculture
    Masonry
    Bronze Working
    Machinery
    Gunpowder
    Refrigeration
    Rocketry
    Fishing
    Combustion
    Plastics
    Composites
    Mining
    Radio
    Meditation
    Drama
    Theology
    Music
    Civil Service
    Democracy
    Corporation
    Communism
    Economics
    Hunting
    Archery
    Animal Husbandry
    Construction
    Robotics
    Monotheism
    Mass Media
    Horseback Riding
    Replaceable Parts
    Rifling
    Artillery
    Future Tech

    Great Artist:

    Literature
    Drama
    Music
    Polytheism
    Monarchy
    Mass Media
    Radio
    Mysticism
    Monotheism
    Divine Right
    Alphabet
    Meditation
    Priesthood
    Theology
    Nationalism
    Writing
    Philosophy
    Printing Press
    Liberalism
    Pottery
    Horseback Riding
    Democracy
    Education
    Military Tradition
    Communism
    Astronomy
    Computers
    Feudalism
    Constitution
    Fishing
    Sailing
    Paper
    Biology
    Archery
    Masonry
    Metal Casting
    Civil Service
    Guilds
    Fascism
    Hunting
    Animal Husbandry
    Bronze Working
    Construction
    Railroad
    Robotics
    Future Tech

    Great Merchant:

    Currency
    Banking
    Economics
    Corporation
    Metal Casting
    Code of Laws
    Mining
    Constitution
    Wheel
    Pottery
    Sailing
    Paper
    Railroad
    Industrialism
    Monarchy
    Civil Service
    Guilds
    Fascism
    Mass Media
    Agriculture
    Writing
    Mathematics
    Printing Press
    Flight
    Machinery
    Replaceable Parts
    Satellites
    Mysticism
    Priesthood
    Divine Right
    Nationalism
    Calendar
    Scientific Method
    Medicine
    Horseback Riding
    Compass
    Steam Power
    Future Tech

    Great Engineer:

    Machinery
    Assembly Line
    Industrialism
    Combustion
    Metal Casting
    Mining
    Iron Working
    Engineering
    Replaceable Parts
    Steam Power
    Steel
    Robotics
    Railroad
    Feudalism
    Fascism
    The Wheel
    Plastics
    Masonry
    Construction
    Guilds
    Bronze Working
    Corporation
    Electricity
    Animal Husbandry
    Gunpowder
    Priesthood
    Monarchy
    Code of Laws
    Constitution
    Agriculture
    Economics
    Chemistry
    Fission
    Genetics
    Fusion
    Optics
    Civil Service
    Nationalism
    Communism
    Ecology
    Pottery
    Calendar
    Currency
    Banking
    Scientific Method
    Physics
    Medicine
    Refrigeration
    Computers
    Divine Right
    Fishing
    Mathematics
    Flight
    Fiber Optics
    Hunting
    Horseback Riding
    Rifling
    Future Tech
    Last edited by binTravkin; December 9, 2006, 08:54.
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  • #2
    Remind me how this works.

    You can only have techs that you have all the minimum requirements for and you will get the tech highest up the list?

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    • #3
      Isnt using GPs on techs a poor choice? I havnt studied it so i wouldnt know, but when i get GPs they cant even complete the tech in one shot anyway.
      if you want to stop terrorism; stop participating in it

      ''Oh,Commissar,if we could put the potatoes in one pile,they would reach the foot of God''.But,replied the commissar,''This is the Soviet Union.There is no God''.''Thats all right'' said the worker,''There are no potatoes''

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      • #4
        Most techs throughout Ancient and Classical era are doable by one GP, it's later when it needs additional research.

        And no it's not a poor choice as long as you watch out to not pop useless crap out of GP.
        -- What history has taught us is that people do not learn from history.
        -- Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning.

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        • #5
          I edited this thread title for it to be come a place where to gather important information about the game and references to it.

          It would be best if you added info just by editing this post and placing it under a descriptive title.

          Trade routes
          Trade route value is tied closely to population, mainly the population of the distant city.

          Trade route allocation is based nearly entirely on the population of your cities.
          The biggest cities get the best trade routes (highest gold value).
          There is one important modifier: The Harbor DOUBLES the effective population of a city for purposes of attracting trade. A size 10 city with a harbor will attract better trade than a size 19 landlocked city.
          Ties are broken by city age, so if your (original) capital and another city are both size 10, the best trade will got the capital.
          Trade routes 101
          The value of trade routes
          Last edited by binTravkin; December 9, 2006, 09:13.
          -- What history has taught us is that people do not learn from history.
          -- Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning.

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          • #6
            Interesting quote, by Blake:
            I find it's usually optimal to get 1 or 2 early wonders.

            It's important to learn to play without wonders. This is always possible, but it's easiest for Financial, Organized and Aggressive leaders. Wonders are usually a waste of resources (compared with settlers workers and military) and that's why I advocate "With cheap resource only". This includes Industrious leaders - industrious is for cheap forges really and to further cheapen wonders you have the resource for .
            Suggests that GS will be attempting Oracle if it's still there.
            -- What history has taught us is that people do not learn from history.
            -- Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning.

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            • #7
              Combat simulator:
              http://c4combat.narod.ru/c4c.htm
              -- What history has taught us is that people do not learn from history.
              -- Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning.

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              • #8
                Spreadsheet calculating distance and city count maintenance.
                Attached Files
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                -- Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning.

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                • #9
                  On healing:
                  http://www.apolyton.com/forums/showt...70#post5089770
                  -- What history has taught us is that people do not learn from history.
                  -- Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning.

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