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    • U nás se Imperiu docela daří, takže by to mohla Liška vydat.

    • Další info od Davida Turcziho (z BGG):

      Horizons follow Legends’ logic, in many ways. The two main group of civilisations are the “traders”, and the “natives of even further corners of the world” (this gave us the title horizons, btw), but there are a few “classic” ones too and two mythological ones as well.

      • More care has been taken to be newbie friendly than Legends, but Classics still has a lot more simple civs than Horizons.
        Plus Horizons has the trade routes optional module which is meant as an “in-box expansion”, for experienced players.

        For reference the complexity ratings are:
        – Classics: 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 (we’re revising Scythia up to a 3 and Greeks down to a 3), averaging a 2.125
        – Legends: 2 2 3 3 3 4 5 6 (we’re revising the Utopians up to a 6), averaging a 3.5
        – Horizons: 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 (one of the fours might still go down to a 3, we’re arguing about that…), averaging a 3.42, slightly below Legends as you see.

      • The Scythians will be adjusted up via the Horizons balance pack. They have the second most changes, after the Atlanteans (who are getting adjusted down). Besides them, Minoans and Utopians are coming up a bit, Carthaginians coming up a bit more, and Mauryans are coming down a little bit.

      • A jedno info od Nigela Bucklea:

        6 civilizations from the box art are (left to right): Taino, Inuit, Aksumites, Mayans, Tang and Sassanids

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