MarbitChow wrote: ryanroyce wrote:
I have a long-held suspicion that it's possible
for cities to produce things other than combat units, similar to Buildings, Improvements or even Weath/Culture/etc in Civilization
, but no one has bothered to tell Parson about it. Just a theory, obviously.
Siege engines would fall into that category, if they are considered units. Siege towers, catapults, etc. - they could be popped and used for fuel to power a steam-based industry. It still doesn't resolve the 'Wanda rules the whole world' issue, though. Some might not even see that as a bad thing.
I've always been one to believe that cities don't have
to produce anything but, given that rulers set the que, there's likely no reason to stop
popping units. I suspect it's even hard-wired into the way rulers think.
An alternative is to simply have a ring of cities that're all reachable by Dwagon relay. Or, at worst, have a single city...a lone capital site where all non-Decrypted units live/are fed. Aaaaactually...there aren't any need for pliers. Have each city near the limit of units it can support given its production, then just pop harvest-able units. There wouldn't need to be any worries about over-population, 'cause that dwagon/sourmander/whatever would be all the city would produce. Oooohoho.
Infidel wrote:Once a character loses the will to live, I lose all interest in it.
Seriously, now I want Ossomer to die, he can't die fast or grisly enough.
If this were Starwars, giving up the will to live would be nigh-instant suicide. Just look at Obi-Wan, Yoda, and Padme. I'm still waiting for Ossomer to become "one with the force" in the next update and dust himself.
Undead Prince wrote:Jon being played by a butt-ugly homo boy in the HBO series.
Aww come on, I hope you have grown up farther than these kind of insults.
Agreed. What purpose did that even serve? Did you need
to classify an actor by their sexual orientation?
THEN AGAIN, I'm not sure Undead Prince
is watching the same show as everybody else. I'm not excusing his remark, but it isn't hard to look up Kit Harrington on google. Daaaang. That boy is far