for pity's sake give us a break and let us get back to the game proper, already more than enough to do with the normal part of the game plus GE and GvG.
I don't understand either. No one is forcing to participate if you don't want then ignore it.Can't you just ignore the event, and play "the game proper"?
I don't mind as well Wishing wells, Shrines of Knowledge and so onthank you
great mini-event: it gives a SoK
While I agree that this sounds like Hollywood history... one can scarcely commit 'treason' against a foreign country. Mary was Queen of Scots, and the Scots were longstanding enemies of England (Catherine of Aragon led a campaign against them in her husband's absence). And she was a Catholic whose country (Scotland) had heretically 'reformed' itself -- in a much more extreme way than the English -- without ever asking her, abandoning hundreds of years of standard religion to do so. From her point of view anything she did was completely justified.Tragic???
Have Inno been researching in Hollywood films again instead of history books?
She was a heretic, committed treason and aimed to put this country back under the thrall of a vile and corrupt organisation we had fought so hard to unshackle ourselves from.
Again I feel myself agreeing with you on this.. No 2 is so annoyingBut I tend to agree - FoE has become 'Forge of Events'. So much development time goes into these mini events; time which could be better spent fixing long-standing bugs in the game, for example: 1)Rail Guns STILL not ignoring units' special abilities on the turn of the first attacking Rail Gun, 2) Go to the GvG map and enter an era, then leave and try to enter another era - the game just hangs and a refresh is needed (it was like that 2 years ago).
Yes - 'William&Mary'yesterday found out, Mary Queen of Scots was great grandmother from Mary Henriette Stuart. And Mary Henriette was married with cityholder Willem II, and had 1 son cityholder Willem III. Sadly Willem III did not have kids and here the direct bloodline with the Dutch and British end.