Sid Meier's Civilization V

Sid Meier's Civilization V

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MC's Tibetan Civilization
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Apr 23, 2013 @ 2:59am
Jan 18, 2015 @ 11:40pm
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MC's Tibetan Civilization

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The Tibetan Empire was a political entity based in what is now the Tibetan plateau of Central Asia. From its foundation in the seventh century by Songtsän Gampo, Tibet grew to occupy an area from the Indian Ocean to Pakistan and central China, threatening well-established kingdoms in China and India. It became a renowned centre for Buddhism, and the religious leader of Tibet is known and revered worldwide. The Empire of Tibet lasted for over 200 years, until a civil war resulted in the Era of Fragmentation and the dissolution of the empire, sealing the fate of Tibet by weakening the former territories and opening them to foreign occupation.

Contains native support for Yet (not) Another Earth Map Pack, Historical Religions, Events & Decisions, Map Labels, Cultural Diversity, and Piety and Prestige. Requires Brave New World

Note: City State of Lhasa is replaced with the City State of Varanasi

Leugi - Alternate Leaderhead, Unit flag and Unit Skin
Danrell - Unit model
Sukritact - All other art, converting the mod to Heathen coding languages, Lua code
Chris Sifniotis - City list, Leader and Civilization Civilopedias
Pouakai - All other text, original (non-Heathen) coding

Special thanks:
Moriboe - One of the original creators and Lua coder

Music Credits:
Peace: Om Mani Padme Hum, Imee Ooi
War: Manjusri, Tibetan Chant (composed by Jeffrey Goodman)
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Roadsidebaindito Dec 8, 2016 @ 5:06pm 
so they were once a soverin nation
Roadsidebaindito Dec 8, 2016 @ 5:06pm 
acctualy tibet was soverin in 1936 till 1951 when china occupied them
Narrelama Dec 3, 2016 @ 1:13am 
Weirdest civ ability I've seen in a while
Bronnh Oct 17, 2016 @ 9:51pm 
First off, thanks for making this mod (and others!). Also, do the mountain yield bonuses conflict with the workable mountains mod?
914283164 Sep 14, 2016 @ 10:41pm 
Please leave politics out of the game.
914283164 Sep 14, 2016 @ 10:40pm 
lol,ever since the Tang dynasty when the Tang princess married Songtsan Gampo, Songtsan called Tang empire the father, him as child to them.Tibetan ruler had to gain the acceptance from Ming emperor before they become legitimate, and till the Qing dynasty, governor general from Qing court was sent to Tibet to rule along side with the monk king in Tibet, Qing sent troops help defending Tibet from Nepal invasion.If Persian empire was an empire where lords of the country was weakly aliied to the persian king counts, then the country all pay tribute to China in different dynasty would have been part of China in the western idea of empire, not to mention direct rule from the Qing court , Tibet has became part of China ever since the Tang dynasty.
ya boi May 3, 2016 @ 6:12pm 
You do realize that Tibet was never in China... China occupied Tibet in 1951.
Woodland Wizard Apr 12, 2016 @ 7:04pm 
Mod looks great, I'm finishing up a game as another Civ with the Tibet AI. I found him to be very greedy, he was constantly begging for money and always wanted deals benefitting him more than me. I don't know whether this is intentional, if so, works great, or if its a bug. I'd still recommend it, the arts great. Understandably, his religion was a pain (as I was playing a religion based civ and couldn't get going), this I can see as a huge advantage for players. I went for a domination victory, and targeted Tibet in the medieval or renaissance era, I didn't spot any Chortens or Himmalayan Cavalry, although I don't know what tech they come about in.
sm0382a Jan 16, 2016 @ 10:21am 
There's either a small bug or a tooltip error for the Chortens. The text says that you earn 5 points for every mountain worked by the city. However, you actually gain 5 points for every mountain worked within its borders. If you have two cities with overlapping tiles working a mountain wil generate 5 points for each city.

I actually like that functionality though since it gives you some strategy in city placement and selecting which tiles to work. Maybe just update the tooltip?
johny Nov 19, 2015 @ 7:36am 
OK thanks