I understand that good Civ players always actively use mechanics so that they still manage to conquer the world, become unhappy, but make others even weaker. The war-s-goer always wins, because he`s the guy who brings a gun to a knife fight. You can still beat him with culture/space in Civ 4-5, but you do it passively, you can`t do anything to stop the warmongers while he can conquer you – even if it requires warmongers to check everyone`s status. Now the culture can also work on other civs and you can fight swords with pens and pens with pens. This is from: forums.civfanatics.com/resources/research-agreements-bnw.25568/#Costs The list is in the order where most players explore the technology to unlock each building. W. Wonder is a wonder of the world and only 1 can exist in the game. N. Wonder is a national miracle and only 1 can exist per Civ. You can`t buy them, but maybe you want to rush the wonders of the world with great engineers – it`s usually not worth using them to rush national miracles. If you want to see a list of all the wonders of Civ 5 that produce great scientist points, visit the Great Scientist Page. Research agreements have gold costs that increase depending on the highest time among the participants.
The cost at standard speed is: Medieval – 250 Renaissance – 250 Industry – 300 Modern – 350 Atom – 400 Information – 400 City-States, a new feature of the series, are smaller civilizations that can interagulate, but are not able to achieve victory. Unlike the great powers, city-states can develop on the territory, but they never create new cities (although they can conquer other cities with military units). In addition to complete conquest, great civilizations have the opportunity to befriend city-states through bribes or services. City-states offer the player bonuses such as resources and units that increase as players ascend into new eras. In the “Beautiful New World” expansion package, city-states grant allied players additional delegates to the World Congress, which begins in the industrial era. There are three types of city-state in the base game, each with different personalities and bonuses: maritim, cultured, and militaristic….