Neat, I'm really looking forward to CivIV now. Hopefully it will be a worthy bastard child of CivIII and SMAC.
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Posted 23 September 2005 - 03:12 AM
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Posted 23 September 2005 - 05:16 PM
Second is the diplomatic victory, where you get enough votes from other civilizations to win the game. The diplomatic victory condition is triggered by construction of the United Nations great wonder, but it's no longer the case that the nation that builds the UN gets to dictate its agenda. One of the first orders of business for the UN is to elect a Secretary General, and every civilization gets a vote in that process. If you manage to get elected, you can then try to get various resolutions passed. (If you fail to get elected, you'll have to wait for the next election.) The resolutions that you can propose include diplomatic victory, but you can also propose a nuclear nonproliferation treaty, which bans nuclear weapons; global civics such as free speech, emancipation, and environmentalism; and open markets.
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