I didn't get at all how to use the Ikanda by the in game pedia. In this page, it says "[units] have access to the special upgrade path when built in a city with an Ikanda". Is it the only way to receive the Ikanda's bonuses, by creating military units within the city with the Ikanda? It also says, "if you manage to acquire all three promotions of the chain, you will get a very nice army!". How do I "manage to acquire" the promotions? Thanks.
Units built in a city with an Ikanda get a special upgrade (Buffalo Horns) when they are produced.
Due to the way upgrades work in Civ V, having the Buffalo Horns upgrade is what lets you later take the Buffalo Chest and Buffalo Loins upgrades.
So to acquire all 3 upgrades, you simply need to train one of your units up to level 3.
I have only 6 hours of play so can't say that understand game mechanic at all. It is EXTRA complicated to siege enemy city. I spend 30 offense units in order to break 2 defense unit in city (I try... of army. If defender lose all your unit stack die so you can't bring catapult to city (until get advanced with over-square attack). All things against you. You only can get advantage from navy attack... move and lose. you move up to their city and stop before you attack and something from the city kills your unit or units. if you move a group of units in strategically like a good defense unit with some
Some upgrade paths transform a unit from a ranged one to a melee one - for example, a crossbowman normally upgrades to a rifleman. However, ranged units get different damage-increasing promotions from melee units. What happens to those ranged-damage promotions in that case? Do they still apply, or are they completely wasted?
Some units, such as scouts, minutemen, or units upgraded from them, get the "ignores terrain cost" promotion which means every terrain tile costs 1 movement point (or less if it's a road). However, the woodsman promotion explicitly says that forests and jungles cost half the movement points. My question is, how many movements points does a forest tile cost for a unit with both of these promotions? 1.0 or 0.5?
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In A New Beginning I get titles for bug catching and maybe other activities. I've gotten promotions at 10 and 50 bugs, but I haven't noticed them actually doing anything yet. Do they do anything? If so, what?
Taito's Groove Coaster for iOS has an achievement called "Use Item" which you get for simply using an item on a level. Items are expendable powerups that make levels slightly easier. Items are available for purchase in the Upgrade menu of the game for $0.99 for 10. Is there any way to acquire an item, thereby allowing the achievement, without buying some in the Upgrade shop?
There's an item on the Z2 website which says: With the new 3.0 update, a new 50 MB client was introduced. Upon booting it up, you may notice that several units and buildings are invisible... yesterday, all buildings (and units in battles) are invisible. I'm using MacOS. I've had the game running for an hour or two and not one building has appeared. My outpost looks like a barren wasteland (albeit with some floating produce icons--the only way I can find my farms now!). Edit: five days later, there's no solution in sight. Z2 support said this is a known issue on iOS but not Mac OS X
I upgraded my Bomber to a Stealth Bomber, and since then it was unable to attack any city. The bomber could attack cities. But the stealth bomber just can't. When I went into attack mode of the stealth bomber, it doesn't display the option to attack cities within range. I even tried moving it to other cities and targeting other Civs' cities, but it doesn't work. And yes, all the cities I... that is linked to this question, with this question marked as a duplicate, it says that the Stealth Bomber fired on the turn before. In my case, it can always fire on units, but never on cities.
Does anyone have any information about the public order bonus a city gets for having a general with units stationed in it? For the life of me, I haven't been able to find any real info about how the bonus is calculated.