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So long as the religions are primarily an arbitrary designation, and their actual name has no effects, it'd be a good expansion. The only major divide I could see being important is whether the religion is polytheistic, monotheistic, atheistic, or otherwise, in which case it would change which build...
Defunct, see the amplio2hexbig tileset here: http://forum.freeciv.org/f/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=205 Version 1.15 (Beta) Uses modified Amplio2, Isotrident, and Isophex files. 128x64 tiles hexside 16 Programs used: MS Paint (Colorizing, Grangerizing) OpenOffice Draw (Use of Eyedropper tool to turn tr...
- Sun Sep 15, 2013 1:42 pm
- Forum: Rulesets and modpacks
- Topic: Grendel's Freeciv Goodies
- Replies: 10
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Wow that units.png is amazing! Would me using those be GPLv2+ compliant? (Did you make them and are allowing them to be used, or did you collect and/or convert them from something else? If they are from somewhere else, are they GPLv2+ licensed?) [I don't really know anything about this, but freeciv ...
- Sun Sep 15, 2013 11:53 am
- Forum: Art and tilesets
- Topic: New Terrain and misc.
- Replies: 1
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First, how does one add new terrain into the game? In a tileset I mean. It's rather easy to make a new terrain in ruleset, for example an impassable mountain with a higher height number, but how does one add new tile images?(not new art, but new combinations of layers) for example adding in mountain...
- Sun Sep 15, 2013 11:38 am
- Forum: Art and tilesets
- Topic: Art required for freeciv proper (2.5)
- Replies: 108
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What about having 2 different inaccessible tiles? One like this, and the other a simple black tile. Have the 'border' inaccessible tiles be this design, but the ones behind the border be a solid black.
Hmmm, another couple things have come to mind. The first is an enlarged hex set(two or three times scale) that can use the nice Amplio units and cities. My own attempts have all failed due to blending when resizing them. (winding up with a whitish or magentish outline. Rather unfortunate since I thi...
Ah, not exactly the right effect. Granary sets it to 50% of the new amount when you grow, or disturbingly, when you shrink, instead of maintaining how much you had before. And obviously if you shrink, you'd continue shrinking every turn since you'd still have 0 food.
Edited 8/21/2015 UNITS 2) Ability to control unit stacking for both tiles and ferries(via size limit, and unit types each having a unit size declared in units file, allowing, for instance, one large unit with several small ones on the same tile) 19) Ability to set attacker AND defender class require...