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Re: [Unity_Games] quick Adv Civ question

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  • Adam Smiles
    The correct order for Adv Civ: 1. Collect Taxes (revolt) 2. Population Expansion 3. Census 4. Build & Support Ships 5. Movement 6. Conflict resolution 7.
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 3, 2001
      The correct order for Adv Civ:

      1. Collect Taxes (revolt)
      2. Population Expansion
      3. Census
      4. Build & Support Ships
      5. Movement
      6. Conflict resolution
      7. Reduced unsupported Cities/Population
      8. Build Cities
      9. Acquire Trade Cards
      10. Trade
      11. Resolve Calamities/Reduce unsupported Cities
      12. Acquire Civ cards
      13. Alter AST

      The change from Basic to Adv Civ was to invert number 11 and 12.

      In the basic game you could recieve epidemic, purchase medicine and then
      resolve the calamity. This is not allowed in the Advanced Game.

      -Adam

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    • Walter H. Hunt
      ... This is the most important feature of the turn order - in Advanced Civ, you can t acquire a Civ card to fix a coming calamity. In regular Civ you can.
      Message 2 of 4 , Dec 3, 2001
        Adam Smiles wrote:

        > The correct order for Adv Civ:
        >
        > 11. Resolve Calamities/Reduce unsupported Cities
        > 12. Acquire Civ cards

        This is the most important feature of the turn order - in Advanced Civ, you
        can't acquire a
        Civ card to fix a coming calamity. In regular Civ you can.

        Walter.
      • David Fontes
        ... Shouldn t this be the other way around? If you have to reduce excess population before building cities, you d never be able to build a city! -David
        Message 3 of 4 , Dec 4, 2001
          > 7. Reduced unsupported Cities/Population
          > 8. Build Cities

          Shouldn't this be the other way around? If you have to reduce excess
          population before building cities, you'd never be able to build a city!

          -David
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