Sid Meier's Civilization V

Sid Meier's Civilization V

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DMS' The Kingdom of Denmark-Norway (Struensee)
 
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May 22, 2016 @ 6:53pm
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This adds the Kingdom of Denmark-Norway led by Johann Struensee to Sid Meier's Civilization V.
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Supported Mods
Gedemon's YnAEMP[forums.civfanatics.com] + JFD's Patch[forums.civfanatics.com]
Sukritact's Events and Decisions[forums.civfanatics.com]
JFD's Rise to Power[forums.civfanatics.com]
JFD's Cities in Development[forums.civfanatics.com]
JFD's Cultural Diversity[forums.civfanatics.com]
JFD's Exploration Continued Expanded[forums.civfanatics.com]
JFD's and Pouakai's Mercenaries[forums.civfanatics.com]
Tomatekh's Historical Religions[forums.civfanatics.com]
Leugi's Panem et Circenses
Hulfgar's Ethnic Units[forums.civfanatics.com]
Bingles' Civ IV Leader Traits in Civ V[forums.civfanatics.com]
Hazel16's Map Labels[forums.civfanatics.com]

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21 Comments
DMS  [author] Jun 16, 2016 @ 5:56pm 
@Human The Tree , the issues with the Stadsretten building should be fixed now. Updated a couple of weeks ago, but forgot to mention it here.
Human The Tree May 31, 2016 @ 9:55pm 
Really good overall, but I'm having a few problems with the stadsretten. The first is that there is no way to move around the great works if they do go into the great work slot of the Stadsretten, which is annoying. The second problem is that none of the culture from the stadsretten kicked in until I got a golden age.
Teopochteca May 31, 2016 @ 7:31pm 
Either way is is very cool sounding. Great job!
DMS  [author] May 31, 2016 @ 3:42pm 
Well, neither actually. It was suggested by Hoop Thrower over at Civfanatics to reference the fact that Struensee issued a crazy amount of Reforms during his rule (an average of 3 a day) and I thought it sounded cool: "A Storm of Reforms". It would be the same if said in Danish though, and likely in German as well idk.
Teopochteca May 30, 2016 @ 11:44am 
Thanks for clarifying. It was "A Royal Affair." Is Reformstorm a Danish or Gemrn word? It sounds cool. :)
DMS  [author] May 29, 2016 @ 1:34pm 
@Teopochteca, 'A Royal Affair'?
About the Production bonus, it's a one time bonus, which is a base 40 Production in the Ancient Era, and then scaled with the game's progress, such that, for example, in the Renaissance, you get 100 Production upon adopting a Policy. For comparision, Buildings in that Era regularly costs about ~150-300 Production and Wonders about ~500-650. Give a take.. It's compatible if one uses the Enlightenment Era mod, as well as other Era mods, but I'm not sure about balance if used together with a Game Speed mod, such as Historic Eras..
Teopochteca May 29, 2016 @ 10:47am 
Thank you for schoosing Struense! I just saw a movie about him on Netflix. Would you just mind specifying how much production speeds up in the capital and for how long? Also do you have any suggested strategies. I'm guessing growing tall?
Danny May 28, 2016 @ 1:05pm 
Good choice of timeline to pick the Leader, UU and UB for. Struensee's influence is significant to the history of Denmark.
DMS  [author] May 28, 2016 @ 7:50am 
@JFD Who are you to speak, you made a HRE mod - neither Holy, Roman, nor an Empire!! 0/10 don't download :P

@Desiigner, Thanks :)
Sean May 28, 2016 @ 2:57am 
Alright people. Indeed, Struensee were never appointed king, but he never said so. But Christian VII signed a piece of paper which made Struensee able to actually do what he want. You can easily see any of that if you just know a little history. :) - Cool mod, 10/10 :)