Sid Meier's Civilization V

Sid Meier's Civilization V

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Machiavelli's modular mods (BNW)
   
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Description
Each mod makes significant high-quality changes to a specific part of the Civilization experience. The mods are designed to work both individually and in tandem. Play with the mods that interest you, combine them with other mods you enjoy, craft your perfect Civilization 5 experience!

--- Large Scale mods ---
Race for Religion:
More than just new beliefs. Don't get left behind in the Race for Religion!
Effects: Completely new Religion beliefs and faith generation structure.

Reform and Rule:
All new Social Policies enable all new strategies. Experience Civilization like never before.
Effects: Replaces every Social Policy and Ideology.

--- Medium Scale mods ---
Titans of Commerce, Science and Industry:
Can you harness the potential of your greatest citizens to become an empire that can stand the test of time?
Effects: Adds new guilds for Merchants, Scientists and Engineers. Changes how Trade Mission, Discover Technology and Hurry Production work.

Cities of Marble:
There are many cities of brick, can you build a city of marble?
Effects: New and radically different National Wonders.

---- Bite-sized mods ---
Separate Great People Counters:
Effect: When you generate a Great Merchant, Scientist or Engineer the costs of the other two Great People do not increase.

Scaling Great Merchant:
Effect: Great Merchant Trade Mission provide more Influence the later the era you are in.
(Titans of Commerce, Science and Industry does everything this mod does and more. I recommend Titans over this.)

Food from flatland Cities:
Effect: Cities founded on non-hill tiles get +1 Food.
Items (7)
Reform and Rule (BNW)
Created by Machiavelli
This mod alters every Social Policy and Ideology Tenet. More than a mere "balance patch" most policies include effects that are unlike any existing policies and a few are unlike anything else in the game. These unique effects enable all new strategies that...
Race for Religion (BNW)
Created by Machiavelli
Race for Religion is more than just additional beliefs. Experience a new dynamic around religion while still being compatible with other mods, even those that add new religions. Don't get left behind in the Race for Religion!

  • Every pan
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Titans of Commerce Science and Industry (BNW)
Created by Machiavelli
Giovanni de Medici, Albert Einstein, Alexandre Eiffel -- titans of commerce, science and industry whos actions shaped the history of the world! Can you harness the potential of your greatest citizens to become an empire that can stand the test of time?
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Cities of Marble (BNW)
Created by Machiavelli
There are many cities of brick but can you build a city of marble? With new and modified National Wonders you'll be able to specialize your cities like never before, raising the small and obscure city to glory and greatness!

Features:
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Separate Great People Counters (BNW)
Created by Machiavelli
When you generate a Great Merchant, Scientist or Engineer the costs of the other two Great People do not increase.

Discussion thread[forums.civfanatics.com] on CivFanatics | [url=http://forums.civfanatics.com/d...
Scaling Great Merchant (BNW)
Created by Machiavelli
Improves Great Merchants to make them comparable in value to Great Scientists and Great Engineers! This mod is compatible with most other mods.

  • Trade Mission: now gives more influence the later the era you are in. A late game Trade Mission can
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Food for Flatland cities (BNW or GK)
Created by Machiavelli
Cities not built on hills get +1 Food. This is to compensate for the +1 Production (and strength bonus) that cities on hills have. This mod works with Brave New World, Gods and Kings and Vanillia....