Some "new" cards for ancient civilizations

These cards could be modifications of some cards or they could be cards that would be present in other civilizations, but that would be new for some. Basically they would be “homologous” (so to speak).


1. Shipment of fishing boats for civilizations that do not have them:

Europeans, Africans, Americans, Incas and Indians should have them.

A shipment of fishing boats at age 1 for a more viable opening of the sea. The Asians already have this and also the pre-Columbian civilizations of TWC. (Except India, but they can do it with the Portuguese ally, but it would be fair that they also have it on their cards)

2. Shipment of 1000 - 1200 infinite wood for all civilizations:

Although some see a balance problem with this in NR mode, I don’t see it because it is a metropolis send after all, and if you send this, it means that you did not send ‘infinite native allies’.

Another way I have thought of is that infinite shipments of age 1 (300 food / wood / gold) improve their quantity with each advance of age. For example:

Age 1 -300
Age 2 -300 (to avoid abuse by the Spanish logistician)
Age 3 -500
Age 4 -1000
Age 5 -1200

This would remove the need to put infinite cards in other ages and make sending infinite resources from age 1 more useful.

3. Advanced dock delivers a dock cart:
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This would give a better viability to this card, since apart from improving the dock, it doesn’t really do much else. So I propose that in addition to the current benefits, send a dock wagon and increase the resistance points by 15-20%.

4. Shipment of church / mosque / monastery:

Send a church wagon and also absorb the hero upgrade that allows them to have a scout dog, or the Indians to train tigers. This is one way I propose to make hero upgrades workable. This would be useful on maps where there are good treasures such as yukon, yucatan, araucania or great plains. Now instead of being a separate shipment, it will be enabled in the church at a cheap price, since the shipment alone does not seem like a very good investment.
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5. Shipments of infinite natives for civilizations that do not have them yet:

Germans and Ottomans for example lacked infinite natives. But for example the Swedes and the British can send Cherokee allies. It would be fair for others to be able to do it too. There are even civilizations that have access to 2 shipments of this type.

6. Advanced Market Shipping:
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In addition to its current benefits, it makes trade routes grant + 10-15% resources. This card is not really very useful, so it could do more.

Just as the advanced arsenal provides more military upgrades, the advanced market would provide 4 additional economic upgrades available for the age of fortresses, converting 4 cards into upgrades:
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After investigating ‘traps’, enable the ‘furrier’ upgrade.
After investigating ‘circular saw’, enable the ‘sawmills’ upgrade.
After investigating ‘amalgamation’, enable the ‘hardware store’ upgrade
After investigating ‘blunderbuss’, enable the ‘pioneers’ upgrade

I think this would be useful for supremacy, since supremacy focuses more on natural resources, but shipments from the metropolis tend to be villagers, supplies, and troops more than anything else. They will still require a card and would improve the card itself. It would also give an improvement in the collection of berries that you rarely see used.

More details on how this card could be more useful: Rework to the markets

7. Expand the shipping options for mercenarios and / or outlaws:

Now that there is so much diversity of this type of units, many civilizations could have shipments of African mercenaries, such as Spain, Portuguese, British, Ottomans, Indians and surely many more.

For example the Ottomans could have access to Kanuri Guard (if historically correct), the Portuguese to Cannoneer, etc. They could be limited in early ages, and infinite in industrial.

It also includes mercenary ships. (Some infinities)

8. The sending of forts also enables its possible reconstruction:

Only sending a fort at age 4 enables this ability, but I think sending a letter at age 3 should enable it. Also the politician ‘the logistician’ of the 4 years should make possible its reconstruction.

I would prefer that they were wagons enabled in the urban center, since they are built faster.

9. Make reusable cards that exchange a total of resources, for a total of another. Why should the Incas be the only ones?
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10. The ‘Admiralty’ card now reduces shipbuilding time and ship shipments from the metropolis arrive faster. Instead of making upgrades cheaper, it makes boats cheaper by 10-15%.
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I think that this way the card would be more viable.
Move to age 3.

11. Move some cards to other ages to alleviate the stresses in the age 2 slots.

There are many important cards at age 2, but they don’t need to be there. This layout would help games in ‘treaty’ mode, as many times you have to discard some cards just for this reason.

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Extended fortifications: Move to age 1, I see no problem with that.

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Battlefield construction: Move at age 3-4, since its use is for more advanced games.

Plantation and mill improvements:

Why are there so many at age 2? The mills cards can be moved at age 3, and the plantations cards at age 4. In supremacy, ‘Royal mint’ and ‘refrigeration’ are usually used, since they improve the collection of many sources. Other cards only improve specific crops.

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Espero no sonar como disco rayado :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

Europeos:
Yo creo que una tarjeta similar a bares avanzados les vendría bien.

Indígenas:
Los indígenas necesitan que sus envíos de aliados nativos les permitan crear esas unidades desde la embajada. Otra idea es una tarjeta que les permita tener cañones capturados.

PD: Me gustaría que los incas y los aztecas pudieran tener aliados españoles y poder crearlos desde la embajada.

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It could be named the Portuguese Immigrants, available in the Exploration Age, costing 300 wood, shipping 4 fishing boats, making fishing boats cheaper by 20% and trained faster by 40%.

Btw, there could also be a card named the Scottish Immigrants, available in the Exploration Age, costing 150 coin, shipping 1 homestead wagon, making the estates constructable in any age and the settlers gathering coin from the estates 10% faster.

As far as I know, the early Portuguese immigrants in the United States mostly engaged in fishing in coastal cities, while the Scottish immigrants ran many plantations.

Edited: The British Immigrants should be changed into the English Immigrants, available in the Fortress Age, costing 200 food and per house would spawn 1 settler once. You could gain up to 20 settlers at once if all the 20 houses are build.

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I think more fishing boat shipments could be interesting so I thought about what civs would benefit from the shipment and here’s what I came up with (3 fishing boat is worth ~2.5 unupgraded villagers on hunts or coin mines)

Despite 5 civs having the card I think the only civ who currently uses 3 fishing boats is Japan since it is considerably better than 2 villagers on berry bushes.

Britain, Inca, Sweden, Dutch, Spain, Ottomans, Aztecs, Haudenosaunee all have a 3 villager shipment. France, Germany, and Lakota have shipments better than 3 vills so none of these civs probably benefit from the boats.

Mexico: The 2vill + Hacienda card is also worth ~2.5 villagers however the Hacienda provides considerably more utility and the villagers can be upgraded so it is likely the better option.

China: It may be a good shipment if they only build one village in age 1 (making Northern Refugees a 2 villager card) that would also save NR for later.

USA: It could be a nice alternative to French Immigrants. It is worth less villagers than capitalism but has the flexibility to be used for food.

Ethiopia: Maybe a decent alternative to 2vill + abun in the short term (when the abun is not gathering) but worth less as the game goes on.

Hausa: Nice since no 3 villager shipment

Portugal: Maybe nice if not hard water booming?

India and Russia: similar value as distributism but can gather food/gold instead of wood.

Also thoughts on creating an age 4 2x14 boat shipment for Japan anyone??? XD

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Mmm yo estaba pensando en otro tipo de carta y arreglar algunas que son pésimas por ejemplo:

Flota del tesoro español, te da 3 galeones… y eso no, les da vida ni daño nada solo te da galeones, lo que tenia pensado es que esta carta haga que los galeones tengan un ligero goteo de oro y aumente su numero de construcción en 2 (el goteo seria de 1,65)

Tácticas de tercio, te cambia tus piqueros a rodeleros… alguien alguna vez ha usado esto? tenia pensado que esta carta habilitara un daño a distancia para el piquero español (con un rango de 11) y le confiriera un pequeño bonus de ataque a distancia contra infantería pesada (1,8) pero aumente el coste de este en 10 de comida y 10 de madera, seria históricamente correcto ya que los tercios usaron este tipo de tácticas con armas de fuego.

Vale y aquí escribiré algunas cartas que tenia pensado que podrían implementar:

Ducado de Hesse (Alemanes) edad III (vale 500 de oro): Te confiere una banda de 6 jeagers, y aumenta el daño de la infantería ligera un 20%

Reichritters (Alemanes) edad III (Vale 500 de oro): Te entrega 3 jinetes negros, y aumenta su daño en general un 25%

Guardia Republicana (Holandeses) (cuesta 100 de alimento) edad I: Habilita la creación de mosqueteros en el cuartel, y estos obtienen su mejora de veterano una edad antes.

Comercio de especias (Holandeses) Edad I : Te envía 2 cajones de especias los cuales aumentan de recursos según pase el tiempo (es como la carta sueca de los peces, pero en esta ocasión el cajón se llenara de los 3 recursos pero no puedes recoger los 3 recursos tienes que seleccionar el que necesitas y solo podrás obtener ese)

Chasseur à pied (Franceses) Edad III: Te envía 7 guerrilleros, aumenta la velocidad de la infantería ligera un 10% y aumenta su daño cuerpo a cuerpo un 20%
Chasseur à cheval (Franceses) Edad IV: Te envía 6 Dragones les mejora su daño en 15% y les confiere un potente ataque cargado (el ataque consiste en dar un disparo potente para luego hacer una carga cuerpo a cuerpo que ralentiza al enemigo)

Guardia de Lieb (Rusos) Edad III: Mejora el daño general de los mosqueteros rusos un 15% y mejora su resistencia cuerpo a cuerpo en 10%

Jeagers Rusos (Rusia) Edad III: Mejora el daño cuerpo a cuerpo de los strelets un 25% y le otorga más 2 de rango.

Auxiliares Palestinos (Otomanos) Edad I: Permite entrenar milicianos en el centro urbano de manera infinita y estos ya no pierden salud, sin embargo tienen bonus negativo contra aldeanos (x0.2).

Artillería de 64 libras (Otomanos) Edad IV: Las grandes bombardas obtienen más 2 de alcances y un aumento de daño del 15%

Mercado de lana (ingleses) Edad II: Permite en los corraleras la creación de un nuevo tipo de oveja de lana que no muere pero da oro, se recarga de recursos mas lentamente que una oveja convencional.

Green Jackets (Ingleses) Edad III: Habilita la creación de guerrilleros en los cuarteles, su Hp se ve mejorado en un 20%

Tiradores (Portugueses) Edad IV: El cazador portugués aumenta su cadencia de fuego en un 25%, y su daño contra infantería pesada se ve muy incrementado (x3 pasa a x4).

Fuerza expedicionaria a la india (Portugueses) Edad III (Coste 350 de oro): Envía una carabela y dentro de esta vienen 6 Cañoneros y un cañón de salvas

Granaderos de Guadalajara (Españoles) Edad III: Envía un grupo de 5 granaderos, y aumenta el daño de los granaderos españoles un 20% y les otorga un bonus contra caballería e infantería de choque en sus ataques cuerpo a cuerpo (x3 contra caballería, x2 contra infantería de choque)

Constitución de cadíz (Españoles) Edad IV: Te permite reclutar aldeanos indígenas en los molinos sin que estos cuesten población (Máximo 12), además de mejorar el daño y puntos de resistencia de las unidades nativas un 25%

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As a powerful Age4 shipment that depicts the Brazilian Gold rush that lasted two centuries, Ouro Preto shipment can be added to Portuguese with these attributes:

  • Cost 2000 wood
  • Ships one covered wagon
  • Ship 5 Gold Prospector Wagons
  • Ships one explorer
  • Allow the explorer to train Tupi blackwood archers
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But in this case it would be taverns.

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Gracias por responder, propongo dos opciones que creo justas. :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

Taberna avanzada: Edad 1
Aumenta el limite de tabernas en 2 y reduce el coste de 200 de madera a 100

Taberna avanzada: Edad 2 o 3
Aumenta el limite de tabernas en 2 y da 20 de población.

¿Agregarías o quitarías algo?

Way too strong. That should be dropped to 2 prospector wagons at most.

The Portuguese church tech that gives crossbowmen a pseudo “guard” upgrade is no longer needed as the true guard upgrade is there. This card can be reworked to deliver some cannoneers, etc.

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In the description it says that they are exclusive to Huasa and Ethiopia, but couldn’t they be enabled only as shipments for other civilizations?

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For the regular sets, European cards and US cards.

New Changes

  • Warrior
    6 warriors can be levied at TC multiple times, similar to militiamen levy.
    The effect of Alarm Ceremony is changed into strengthening their attack and shortening the cooldown.

  • Capitol
    All civilizations have an equivalent building to the capitol. Immigrants, Strangers’ Quarters, Blockade, Spies, Legendary Native Warriors and Exalted Natives have to be researched at there.
    The capital will start to generate 3 EXP per second.
    European civs having a capitol can research Levy and Conscription multiple times.
    Asian civs having a capitol can research Sentry Uprising/Revolt and Town/City Defense multiple times.
    American civs having a capitol can strengthen warriors and spawn additional warriors.
    African civs having a capitol can reduce the cost of levied spearmen/bowmen/gunners.

  • Consulate
    Cannot receive the ally’s associated bonus when the consulate is lost, until it is rebuild.

  • Fish Trap
    Cost 200 wood and able to be build by fishing boats.
    Up to 4 fishing boats can work on it at a time. Cannot be used by military ships.

  • Natives, Outlaws and Mercenaries
    Their basic trained time -40%.
    The native TPs can automatically slowly train a small squad (25% of the limit) of their warriors at no cost. (Still allow the regular way to train.)
    Some related mercenaries can be trained at taverns and saloons after researching church card techs.

  • Envoy
    Become a unbeatable hero, up to 1, having the short LoS.
    Similar to a hot air balloon, it cannot attack, accept damage and construct, able to move and scout only.

  • Bandit Catamaran
    Renames the Marathan catamaran “bandit catamaran”. Remove the association with the Marathas.
    Sets them as same position and quality as canoes, so they are not able to train units anymore.

New Units

  • Composite Bow Archer
    Archaic Ottoman archer unit, available at barracks in the Commerce Age, costing only 65 wood, firing quickly but having the shorter range than regular crossbowman.

  • Chassuer
    French and Russian guard-level light cavalry unit, available at stables in the Industrial Age, similar to a skirmisher on horseback, moving fast, good against infantry and cavalry but very expensive, low HP and weak against the artillery.

  • Green Jacket
    British guard-level skirmisher unit, available at barracks after shipping a particular card in the Industrial Age only , similar to a longbowman with rifles, having longer range and slower rate of fire, also benefited by the Yeomen.

New Cards

Remove Irregulars and British Immigrants from Ottoman and US deck.

Exploration Age:

  • Monroe Doctrine (US)(Team)
    Revolution and revolutionary cards cost 50% off. Multiple revolution players are allowable.

  • Portuguese Immigrants (US)(300 wood)
    Ships 4 fishing boats, making fishing boats cheaper by 20% and trained faster by 40%.

  • Scottish Immigrants (US)(150 coin)
    Ships 1 homestead wagon, making the estates constructable in any age and the settlers gathering coin from the estates 10% faster.

  • Colonial Colleges (British, US)
    Ships 200 EXP of book collections for every 3 existing settlers.

  • Free Burghers (Dutch)
    Make the settlers cheaper by 30%.

  • King’s Daughters (French)
    Ships 1 female settler for every 3 minutes of the game time (up to 30 minutes).
    Turns all Coureurs des Bois into male settlers. Settlers can be trained at TC.
    The construction limit of settlers is 90 and the construction limit of Coureurs des Bois becomes 20.

  • Corrida de toros (Spanish)
    Ships 2 settlers and 2 cows.

  • Zihgir (Ottomans)
    All archer units cost cheaper by 5 wood and fire faster by 10%.

Commerce Age:

  • Exiled Criminal (Europeans)(250 coin)
    Ships a small squad of the local outlaws and 1 Tavern wagon.

  • Zollverein (Germans)
    Ships 1 Market wagon. EXP can be bought and sale at Market.

  • Cossack Fortress (Russians)
    Cossacks can be trained at Blockhouse. Each Blockhouse will spawn 1 Cossack once.

  • Patronato System (Spanish), Padroado System (Portuguese)
    Ships 1 Church wagon. The EXP trickle of Church +150%. The techs of Church cost -50%.

  • Flight Archery (Ottomans)
    Cavalry archers +3 range and Composite bow archers +4 range.

Fortress Age:

  • Letter of Marque (All)
    Privateers can be trained at dock, up to 4.

  • Guerrilla (All)(500 food)
    Explorers and Generals +100% HP, gaining the mounting mode and able to receive the shipments.

  • English Immigrants (US)(200 food)
    Every existing house spawn 1 settler once.

  • Kutuzov Reform (Russians)(500 coin)
    Ships 5 Chassuers. Chassuers can be trained in the Fortress Age.

  • Governor of Macau (Portuguese)(500 coin)
    Ships 9 Cannoneers. Cannoneers can be trained at taverns and explorers.

  • Line Infantry (Swedes)(500 coin)
    Turns all existing crossbowmen into skirmishers. The skirmishers can be automatically upgraded at every age up.

  • Wheellock (Swedes)(500 coin)
    The light cavalry get +0.5x multiplier against cavalry. The dragoons can be automatically upgraded at every age up.

  • Timariots (Ottomans) (500 coin)
    Spahis use -1 pop. Every shipments of Spahi cards will add 1 Spahi more.

Industrial Age:

  • Nationalism (Europeans)
    Revolution will cost no gold. Receives 1500 EXP immediately after completing the revolution.

  • Baker Rifle (British)(2000 coin)
    Turns all existing longbowmen into Green Jackets.
    Green Jackets can be trained at forts and barracks. Longbowmen cannot be trained anymore.

  • Royal Netherlands East Indies Army “KNIL” (Dutch)(2000 coin)
    Ships 15 Highlanders. Make training mercenaries cheaper by 10%.
    Swiss Pikemen, Highlanders, Black Riders and Jaegers can be trained at taverns and forts.

  • French Foreign Legion (French)(2000 coin)
    Ships 15 Fusiliers. Make training mercenaries cheaper by 10%.
    Swiss Pikemen, Fusiliers, Zouaves and Napoleon Guns can be trained at taverns and forts.

  • Hohenfriedberg Marsch (Germans)(2000 coin)
    Ships 12 dragoons and 8 grenadiers. Dragoons can be trained at stables and forts.
    Grenadiers can be trained at artillery foundries and forts, upgraded veteran free and +10% moving speed.

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Continued. For the American natives mainly.
I don’t know if the dev will check these but I wanna share my ideas.

American Native Capitol

Basing on the New Changes above, all civilizations have an equivalent building to the capitol.
Immigrants, Blockade, Spies and Legendary Native Warriors have to be researched at there.
The 6 warriors can be levied at TC multiple times, similar to militiamen levy. American civs having this capitol can strengthen warriors and spawn additional warriors. (The effect of Alarm Ceremony is changed into strengthening their attack and shortening the cooldown.)

Their name:

  • Longhouse of the Grand Council (Haudenosaunee)
  • Silent Eater’s Teepee (Lakota)
  • Teocalli (Aztecs)
  • Acllahuasi (Incas)

Same as the European capitol, these non-European capitol will start to generate 3 EXP per second too. Besides that, they can be build in the Industrial Age, up to 1, having 3 new techs researchable in the Industrial Age.

  • Defensive Warfare (common big button)
    The American native capitol get more HP, able to attack and receive shipments.
    Makes the rate of fire of all the buildings which can attack faster by 20%.

  • Renegade European Legion (Haudenosaunee)
    Ships 5 Halberdiers, 2 Cuirassiers and 1 Captured Mortar.
    All renegade cards become free and available multiple times.

  • Cover Shooting (Haudenosaunee)(No cost)
    Mantlets and Huron Mantlets cost more wood, but move faster and have more attack bonus against the archer and rifle infantry.

  • Ghost Dance (Lakota)
    Villagers and Healers get the passive ability to reduce the HP of enemy units nearby by 10%. (No stack.)

  • Hesapa Gold Rush (Lakota)(No cost)
    Outlaws cost cheaper and use fewer population, but Villagers and buildings -33% HP.

  • Aztec Calendar (Aztecs)(No cost)
    Ceremonies get more efficiency by 15% at Community Plaza, but Villagers’ gathering speed -5%.

  • Triple Alliance (Aztecs)
    Ships 2 Aztec War Chiefs, but reduces their ability of the EXP bounty from +100% to +50%. (Able to stack.)

  • Inca Road System (Incas)(No cost)
    Adds one shipment, and make the EXP requirement of the shipment of all players -20%.

  • Tawantinsuyu (Incas)(Team)
    Makes all the native warriors cards, mercenary cards, tribe support cards and ban armies cards from Home City able to be send once again before the Imperial Age.

New Cards for American natives

Exploration Age:

  • Advanced Community Plaza (All)
    Reduces max gatherers to 15, but each gatherer +66.67% efficiency.
    The gatherers working on Community Plaza are unattackable until Community Plaza is destroyed.

  • Wampum (Haudenosaunee)
    Crates contain +50% resources.
    It represents the trade tradition of present-giving which reflected the reciprocity in their society.

  • Thunder Dreamer (Lakota)
    Lakota War Chief generates EXP trickle and gain the ranged attack mode with a bow.

  • Tokoyrikoq (Incas)
    Ships 1 Chasqui. Chasquis can use the stealth mode.
    They cannot receive shipments under the stealth mode.

  • Bursera Graveolens (Incas)
    Kancha Houses also start to generate wood by 0.35 per second and slowly heal nearby friendly units.

Commerce Age:

  • New Tribe (Haudenosaunee, Lakota, Aztecs)
    Ships 1 Covered Wagon. TC build limit +1.
    Able to build the 2nd TC before the Fortress Age.

  • Inca Centrally Planned Economy (Incas)
    Similar to Hamiltonian Economics of US, Hunting Dogs, Lumber Ceremony, Placer Mines, Spirit Medicine, Forest Spirit Ceremony, and Deforestation are free.

  • Covenant Chain (Haudenosaunee)
    Ships 1 Church wagon. Every existing and future TC, War Hut, and Church will spawn 2 British Redcoats once.
    If Renegade European Legion is researched, this card will become to 9 British Redcoats and available multiple times, after it was send once.

Fortress Age:

  • Legendary War Chief (All)(300 food)
    War Chiefs can receive shipments, regenerate faster by +100%, construct faster by +100%, and the radius of passive abilities +25%.
    Lakota War Chief’s ranged attack mode will change to shooting with a rifle if the card Thunder Dreamer was send.

  • Huey Teocalli (Aztec)
    Teocalli build limit +1. Teocalli can be build in the Fortress Age.
    Aztec Calendar and Triple Alliance are researchable in the Fortress Age too.

Industrial Age:

  • Eagle Feathers (Lakota)
    Gives Lakota War Chief and Tokala Soldiers a 15% chance to evade enemy attacks.
    The efficiency of Tokala Ceremony +25%.
    Lakota War Chief’s ranged attack mode will change to shooting with a rifle if the card Thunder Dreamer was send.

  • Center of Power (Lakota)
    This is an existing card.
    In addition to the original effect, now Lakota War Chief can also quickly train Tashunke Prowlers.

  • La Noche Triste (Aztecs)
    Aztec War Chiefs, Jaguar Prowl Knights, Eagle Runner Knights and Skull Knights have greatly increased their damage to artillery and cavalry.

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I try my best to find relevant information and avoid stereotypes.
If there is any better name to reflect the relevant effect, comments are welcome.

I have also redesigned and researched Asian civs in order to improve their political and cultural inaccuracy, while at the same time minimizing interference with existing mechanics and playing strategies. Expected to be shared in this forum in a few days. See ya.

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I’m going to give feedback on the Lakota specifically involving this.

“Council Teepee” or “Silent Eater’s Teepee” would be the best choice. Chiefs weren’t important enough to have their own special teepee. Councils lead the tribes, literally the sole purpose of a Chief was to get all the Council members into one teepee and keep them on track when they started talking so they wouldn’t sit around gossiping like the bunch of Elders they were.
The Silent Eaters were the most respected warrior society of the Lakota - they were the veterans, too old to keep fighting, but still ready to defend the camp if they needed to.

Do not use this name. I’m not even supposed to talk about this, let alone consider using it in a game, and the effect you’ve given it has absolutely nothing to do with the purpose of the dance in the first place.

Hesapa Gold Rush would be a better name, but that effective is stupid. Unless you plan on letting teepees affect villagers with their auras, that health reduction would leave the Lakota’s poor defenses even worse off than they already are.

Paha Sapa is unrelated to the Warchief. Name this “Thunder Dreamer” and you’ve got a better thematic to go with.

For the Lakota, just add this affect to the Great Hunt card. Might make it a bit strong, but they have no late-game anyway.

If the Lakota special unit was still the Dog Soldier, this might make sense. As it stands, the Tokala Soldiers are firmly a Lakota warrior society. The Cheyenne have nothing to do with them now. Rename to “Eagle Feathers” or “Feathering Ceremony”.

Thank you for your feed back.

I know this name is really not the best choice, and it is not my first choice too.
I actually chose Ghost Dance as the name of this tech at the beginning because it was used to end American westward expansion. But I am not sure which name is better. The effect of this tech also aims to strengthen the defense capabilities of the base through forms similar to Stream of Enlightenment and Dukkha Suffering.

This effect is free and make the outlaws more useful than other civs, specialized in offensive, so it will sacrifice defense. Similar to other free techs like Thin Red Line, there has to be pain and gain.
Perhaps the HP punishment could be less, from -33% to -15%, maybe.

Cool.

It is already a powerful card.
If you regard that this New Tribe card is not enough for their economy, adding an effect of shipping 1 Covered Wagon is conceivable.

Fine. I agree.

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The Lakota, as well as other Native Americans, are positioned as a civ strong in the early game and weak in the late game, especially the Lakota and Haudenosaunee are specialized in their offensive, sacrificing defense. All the adjustments are basically in two directions: to make the offensive more deadly, or to make the later struggles easier.

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Here it is !!!

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Just as there are shipments of ‘infinite military ships’, why couldn’t there be infinite fishing boats?

Could be like this:
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Shipment of 3 infinite fishing boats at age 2. The ‘cheap fishing boats’ card increases infinite fishing boats by +2. (total of 5) Assuming that they are equivalent to 250 wood, but they will be ready to go fishing directly.


The ‘2 infinite settlers’ card could scale the number of villagers it gives out:
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Age 1: 2
Age 2: 3
Age 3: 5
Age 4: 8
Age 5: 10

(It will vary depending on the civilization or the type of villager).

I think that many cards could have this effect and there would be no need to put infinite cards proportional to each age. It would be better if the card increased its limit proportionally according to age. (not all, but many cards).

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Creo que todas las civilizaciones deberían tener tarjetas de pesqueros equivalentes a las de aldeanos.

Ejemplos:
Age I
Tarjeta de 3 aldeanos
Tarjeta de 3 Pesqueros
Age II
Tarjeta de 4 aldeanos
Tarjeta de 4 Pesqueros
Tarjeta de 5 aldeanos
Tarjeta de 5 Pesqueros

De esta manera salir al mar sería igual de viable que salir tierra.

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