Governor, your appetite for punishment astounds me. Not nearly as much as my own appetite for oil, however. I demand it, in beautifully decadent quantities.
Speaking of beautiful, I expect your city to be nothing short of magnificent, the Gods should look down upon it and find it comparable in its glory to me, if only barely. I don't want to see a temple smaller than any of those of your neighbours, so start imports of marble immediately.
The Empire is in a state of economic flux recently, particularly in the region around the Greek peninsula. Still, I take note of the skills of those beneath me and your ability to remain
fiscally hydrated makes you suitable for the challenge in such an economically parched region.
I shall look forward to you fulfilling my demands.
Great work on the pathing to the elevated lands. It's the kind of map I like building on and might tackle this one. I'm also curious to see how much oil we're talking about.:)
It would have been nice to have a longer time limit though, given the population and prosperity requirement. On huge maps, especially with intricate building spaces like the one you designed, I like to take my time building and even if I finish early, I would sometimes go back and delay victory to test out other areas of the map and maybe do a max population test on it. But that's just a personal preference.
Governor Jon File Author
Posted on 04/19/21 @ 04:49 AM
The map was made as a challenge map for a streamer, hence the time limit, but if you would like I can upload a version with the time limit removed. That is of course if you haven't already done so yourself!
Posted on 04/29/21 @ 11:11 PM
No need to. I'll try and have a go at it as intended.
Posted on 05/27/21 @ 12:56 AM
Hi Governor Jon,
The map looks very challenging, so I played the scenerio until the earthquake.
That was already pretty hard.
Then I briefly calculated how many farms, large temples, etc. are needed for 10000 people.
I think that for my usual goals (100 culture, ..) there is not enough space available.
Therefore, I will not continue.
Did you do a test run to completion?
I would be very interested to see the result.