|Map by Regalman|
Map Labels Language
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This mod requires Brave New World and works best with Gazebo's Community Patch.
Dawn of Man
"Hail to Constantine, emperor of Rome and paragon of faith! Yours is a legacy that outshines all others. Admired for your administrative skill, you are perhaps best remembered as a propagator of the Christian faith. But as a military leader, so did you also excel. You extended the frontiers of your reign into the deepest wildernesses of Europe and Greece, and secured your place as latin emperor of both West and East. In doing so, you established your namesake, Constantinople, and initiated sweeping reforms that would transform the once pagan empire into an empire of Christ.
O' noble paragon, a new imperial age dawns upon Rome and her people. Can you carve into the earth an empire both vast and virtuous? Can you push the boundaries of your faith to the darkest of frontiers? Can you build a civilization that will stand the test of time?"
Introduction: "Hail, I am Constantine, emperor of Rome. I am honoured by your prescence."
Introduction: "Rome hails you as a friend, but shall move swiftly if you prove to be an enemy."
Defeat: "Have I followed the Chi Rho wrongly?"
Defeat: "Defeated... I ask that you treat Rome well."
|In Hoc Signo Vinces|
Religious Buildings increase religious pressure by +10%. Citizens following your religion will not be lost upon capturing an enemy city.
|Triumphal Arch (Courthouse)|
StrategyConstantine leads a very conquest-based Rome, but also a very Religious Rome. The more you spread your Religion, the easier it will be to assimilate new Cities, and they will start off stronger. Although it may be difficult to start off a Religion in higher difficulties, fear not - the UA still works if you have not created a Religion yourself and merely adopted it. This makes certain beliefs - such as Holy War, Itinerant Preachers, and Tithe extremely strong. Holy Warriors is also a strong point for this Civ. At its core, you want a Religion that can spread across the land and help you in your conquest.
The other half of the Civ is one that facilitates empire handling. The Triumphal Arch, while expensive, is also really powerful, for it will passively generate Great Generals, has its bonuses already start off while in construction, grants Culture, and may be built anywhere. It truly is a cornerstone of this Rome, as it handles the part of starting conquest off which the UA does not take care of - the UA's more for assimilation rather than starting the battle.
The Palatini is relatively simple. It is basically a tougher Horseman that fights slightly better against Cities and gains bonuses to war while stacked with Great Generals. While not mind-blowing, it definitely speeds up early-game conquest, in which this Civ may excel.
|Peace Theme||War Theme|
|"Imperator" from the soundtrack of Europa Universalis: Rome.||"Angel of Death" from the soundtrack of Dawn of War II.|
Community Balance Patch
True Alternative Leaders
Unique Cultural Influence
Wish for the World
Events and Decisions
Unique Cultural Influence
"Our people are now visting your Triumphal Arches and appraising your monumental reign. I worry the rest of the world will also succumb to the influence of your culture."
Full Credits List
|Last Updated:||17 May 2016|
- JFD: Author.
- Janboruta: Artwork.
- Regalman: Map.
- Danrell: Graphics.
- Andreas Waldetoft: Music.
- Doyle W. Donehoo: Music.
- ↑ JFD and Janboruta's Civilisations
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Civ5 Ancient Unit Pack 01 : Rome
- ↑ Shrines, Temples, Monasteries, and any Faith-purchased Buildings.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 With the Community Patch.
- ↑ Without the Community Patch.
- ↑ Europa Universalis: Rome Soundtrack - Imperator
- ↑ Dawn of War II - Angels Of Death