Currently the imperial age can be defined as a military and economic increase of 50%, my question is shouldn’t the imperial age represent a more important change for civilizations? for example, adding unique units or important effects for Imperial politicians?
Currently there are civilizations that have a more interesting age advance and represent an important change, such as the USA and Mexico, this is thanks to the system of federal states.
Obviously I don’t think that European civilizations need the same system, but I think we can take ideas to improve the versatility of the imperial age a bit, for example, what if the politician The President gave us an effect similar to the New Jersey Seaports card
Current Effect: Ships 2,000 coin.
New Effect: Crate shipments are delivered directly to the stockpile and deliver 1200 additional resources.
Obviously does not have to be the change, it is also acceptable that the imperial age gives us access to units that are representative within this empire, for example.
These units could be enabled automatically once in imperial and could receive, for example, some charged ability.
Let’s assume you don’t like any of the above options, which is perfectly reasonable, perhaps a more appropriate change would be that the imperial age could have its own customizable deck, this way you could exploit cards that wouldn’t normally be useful, for example.
You may not like any of my proposals, that’s fine, but the question continues in the air, would you like the developers to rework the imperial age?
- I liked the first idea.
- I liked the second idea.
- I liked the third idea.
- I didn’t like any idea, but I want a rework for the imperial age.
- I didn’t like any idea and I think the imperial age is fine.
- I think that the three ideas should be applied at the same time.
Well as always this is just my opinion, if you would like the developers to do a rework to the imperial age, but you don’t like any of my ideas, please comment what changes you would like to see for the imperial age. With that being said, thanks for reading.