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Kingdom of Jerusalem, Papal States & Sioux - Civ Set II
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Oct 21, 2013 @ 4:41am
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LS Civilizations
13 items
Mod is created for and tested on GK + BNW.




  • Kingdom of Jerusalem
    leader: Baldwin IV

    UA <Crusade> +1 Trade Route available for each owned Holy City. You become a founder of Religion upon conquering Holy City if you have no religion yet.
    UU <Crusader> Longswordsman replacement; +33% combat bonus near Holy Cities; -25% production cost.
    UB <Templar House> Bank replacement; Caravans and Cargo Ships originating from this city are not destroyed if plundered and provide one-time Gold bonus when visiting Holy City or Holy Site. Is available at Chivalry.

  • Papal States
    leader: Gregory XIII

    UA <Syncretism> Found religion when there is no more religions available. Can spend Faith to annex a City-State that follows your religion.
    UU <Swiss Guard> Pikeman replacement; +1 Culture per turn and +6 City Defense if garrisoned.
    UB <Church> Temple replacement; 3 Faith, Great Artist slot.

  • Sioux Tribe
    leader: Sitting Bull

    UA <Happy Hunting Ground> Founded cities can work neutral tiles and may occasionally claim enemy territory in working radius. Cannot acquire tiles with Gold.
    UU <Zuya Wicasha> Cavalry replacement; Can once merge with another Zuya Wicasa, disbanding it for extra 6 Combat Strength and earning Promotions of second unit.
    UB <Tipi Camp> Stable Replacement; If possible, creates one Tipi improvement on city's continent, which generates mounted units over time just like Barbarian Camp. Those units can enter rival territory. Must have Horse/Sheep/Cow in working radius (improving resource is not required).
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isnorden Aug 4 @ 9:58pm 
P.S, I'd be OK with the package if the Papal States hadn't gotten their trait chznged...I loved having a convert-and-conquer religious civ.
isnorden Aug 4 @ 9:52pm 
Tried clearing the cache three times, tried un/resubscribing too...your mod still won't download through Steam on this PC.. Please, *please* put the old CivFanatcs link back!
Teddyk  [author] Aug 4 @ 4:28pm 
Nope, you can download all from civfanatics. You can also try deleting 'Civ5ModsDatabase' from Cache.
isnorden Aug 4 @ 4:22pm 
The latest update to this mod won't download or imstall correctly. It deleles the older versions and replaces them with a non-working, unopenable, size 0 .civ5mod archive. Is there any way to download *just these civs* directly from another site, please?
Teddyk  [author] Jun 15 @ 2:45am 
I will see what can I do.
If you could add a strategic view icon for the tipi camps, that would be great. ATM horse resources with tipi camps appear to be unimproved in strategic view.
theDoomBox May 8 @ 7:22am 
@Georg Friedrich Handel Ah, sorry about that. I was under the thought that it was THE holy city for those three religions, as in the city they oringinated from. It still wouldn't be a bad idea for the UA though.
Dan Dapper Raptor May 6 @ 7:47pm 
That place is something along the lines of eternal in the hearts of many, no matter who lives there or what people's have claim over it. Jerusalem may feel unrelated to you, but to the Judeo-Christian world as a whole it has an everlasting effect. Granted, what I said was kind of a joke, but in a way not.

I disagree. I think the opening text sets the stage for the role you are about to play as leader of a country that some may be unfamiliar with. Civ 5 is half educational and half experience. I think a poorly done opening can take away from both sides of gameplay. You should take some pride in your work. Its not bad. It just needs a bit of spit and polish. Give it some love! <3
Raffaello Borgia May 6 @ 1:21pm 
Can you maybe make 2 leaders for Jerusalem? Guy de Lusignan and Baldwin IV
Teddyk  [author] May 6 @ 1:45am 
Kingdom of Jerusalem is not related with the modern (or ancient) Israel.
Texts are there to be, not to be read. I didn't put high priority on them.