"By building alliances and friendships with other factions and empires, you become highly valuable as a friend and simply too dangerous as an enemy. When you have accumulated enough Diplomatic Victory points in the great game of galactic diplomacy, you become the dominant political force in the galaxy."
So, how do I accumulate Diplomatic Victory points? Does any kind of trade count? Like, even if I just give someone a flat 1 dust in exchange for nothing? Are different deals worth more than others (alliance seemed to be worth a lot)? If I have peace, open borders, & cooperation agreements with everyone and everyone likes me, what else can/should I do to accrue points?
I play Hotseat with my brother and we have this problem. if the 2nd player in turn wins the diplomatic victory the game ends with defeat screen for the first player and the 2nd player doesnt get his victory score. And we have some like competition who will do the biggest victory score at our leaderboard.. is anyway that this can be fixed? and instead the game ends with defeat on defeated players turn to end with victory on the victorious player turn?
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I currently have a Civ 5 game where I was aiming for a diplomatic victory. 'Unfortunately' throughout the game some civilisations may have fallen at my hand, city states too, with the end result... for me I would not win. I heard if you attacked a city which was taken from another civ, you can give it back to them and bring them back into the game. Unfortunately it looks like I can't do this with any of the cities. Victory screen says: Votes for you: 5 Total Available Diplomatic Votes: 6 Votes Needed for Diplomatic Victory: 9 Is there any way I can still win this game with a Diplomatic Victory?
for regarding Diplomatic victories collectively or separately? Please be specific - it's possible each type of victory may have a different answer. ...How are the conditions of a team victory calculated? It is clear that when playing a Team game of Civilization 4, teams win or lose together as a team. However, it is not clear how the target goals of these conditions are calculated, and it can be very time-consuming to attempt to determine this. Is a cultural victory triggered when the requisite number of legendary culture cities are achieved
This question is my follow-up to this one : How do you become a vampire/werewolf in Elder Scrolls Online If you get vampire disease and do not cure it, is there a way back? I mean - lets say, you get to lvl 50, you are vampire, but for whatever reason, decide, it is not a good choice and the character is unplayable for you. Can you then cure vampirism and become a regular person, ditching all the effort and skill points put into vampire skills?
When being told Oopsies, it seems we have squashed one of your favorite city-states. or similar niceties by an AI opponent, is there any diplomatic or other effect for responding with "You'll pay for this" or the nicer option such as "We won't let this divide come between us"? The dialog choices seem to offer a chance to shape the relationship with the other leader. However, the diplomatic tooltip hints never mention the responses.
I have 3 times as much in total score, but my GNP is much lower than that of two other civs. How is it possible to make that much money without having the largest population? I am in the renaissance era btw and one of the civs is aiming for a diplomatic victory. This is just ridiculous...
After seeing a very disappointing lack of followthrough from the AI in my latest deity game, I'm wondering if anyone has proof that the AI is capable of any of the following Achieving a diplomatic victory (by buying city states) Achieving a cultural victory Achieving a spaceship victory Conquering the capital of another civilization that was on a different continent than it started The last one seems possible but unlikely, while the other three appear to be impossible from what I have seen. Has anyone seen any of these happen?
I am currently overflowing with money as the Ottomans through trade and tax income from my many provinces, but to keep up with the large European nations I have a constant need for more monarch power (administrative, diplomatic and military points). As far as I know the best way to actively increase my monarch point income is by hiring better advisors. As money is not an issue, I could easily hire lvl 3 advisors in all categories, but unfortunately the candidates I get often are only lvl 1 or lvl 2. Is there a way to influence the candidates for advisor slots to become better? (i.e.