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The turns continued to crawl with little interest to report. I turned to plastics technology for research labs and launched it with oxford University. I think it was a mistake, I should have built Oxford for much older free technology; Scientific theory would probably have been a good choice. Anyway, my gold has now gone to research-intensive labs in the weakest production cities, which has quickly skyrocketed the number of cups to nearly 900 per turn. Yes, research laboratories have increased global science for the entire civilization by about 50%. Technologies that unlock new research buildings are huge predetermined breaking points in Civ5 and therefore extremely valuable targets in the tech tree. Follow them as soon as possible. Investments in research agreements are lost if they are broken. That`s why you should never go to war with your research partners if you can help them – because you lose both. Of course, I signed them in this game. Why not? There wasn`t much else to do with my gold. My personal thought is that research agreements should not exist in future iterations of the Civ series. The system is not intuitive, too sensitive to exploits and simply boring.

I think it`s a nice little feature to add, and I can see how some players would appreciate it. no, enough to beat around the bush with false politeness. Do you know what it is? All this archaeological mechanics are pure plush. It adds nothing but hard work to the game. The only reason this thing exists is to compensate for the fact that Civ5`s late game is terribly boring and the designers had to invent additional tasks to take the player`s time. Think of it this way: Is this *REALLY* what Civilization gameplay should be? I should focus on building a great empire or high-stakes diplomacy or war against powerful adversaries. This idea that I should move an archaeologist unit around the map – an ARCHAEOLOGIST! – digging into ancient ruins seems absurd to me. This is something that belongs to a completely different kind of games. It has more in common with a quest for recovery in a role-playing game than with a strategy game. What the hell is going on here? This is the worst type of feature swelling that creeps into extensions.

Ugh. I made a research deal with an AI in Civ 5, and when it was about halfway there, it attacked me. Has the money disappeared for both of us, or can we take it back once I teach him a lesson? This results in 50% more cups from research contracts. I already had the Porcelain Tower Miracle doing the same thing, so I would get the maximum 100% bonus on every research agreement I made. I signed a few earlier with the AIs, and the first round was already over, each seemed to be worth a little more than free technology. Search agreements are another mechanism that has been around since the release of Civ5, and they have undergone many different iterations during different patch cycles. They were also one of the most broken aspects of this game, with various abuses of the search agreement mechanics allowing experienced players to make their way through half or more of the tree. I confess that I do not know the current mechanics; I searched a bit on CivFanatics, but most of what I could find came from previous outdated patches. It seems that they were pretty much listening in Brave New World. (Although there is an obscure bug/exploit that allows players to get hundreds of thousands of cups for free with research chords and break the game COMPLETELY.

This has not been corrected and never seems to be corrected. EDIT: Of course, two days after writing this, this new patch came out of nowhere and fixed this problem. Hats off, Firaxis! ) I made a research agreement with an AI at Civ 5, and when it was half over, he attacked me. Has that money disappeared for both of us, or can we take it back once I teach him a lesson? Be signed by each UoM student before starting a research project at Austin Health. As in previous versions, cities remain the central pillar of civilization`s gameplay. A city can be based on a place desired by a settler unit made in the same way as military units. The city will then increase in population; production of units and buildings; And create research, prosperity and culture. [11] The city will also expand its boundaries with one or more tiles at the same time, which is essential to claim territories and resources. The expansion process is automated and tailored to the needs of the city, but tiles can be purchased with gold. .