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    Default Other cultures buildings

    Hello friends,this is my question.
    If say i have a greek naval port,and i am roman,can i "upgrade" to a bigger roman port or is that line of building cut?
    Thank you for your time.
    PS:are the temple bonuses working now?(do the all give what they say they give?)
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    Default Re: Other cultures buildings

    Yes you can, but only if the settlement is capable of building such port. I think there's a map of cities and the highest level of port you can build there somewhere around here.

    Edit: You can find the map here.
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    you know,i used ports just as an example,is the example working in other cases?
    like granary,blacksmith,asklepion or market?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cultist View Post
    you know,i used ports just as an example,is the example working in other cases?
    like granary,blacksmith,asklepion or market?
    Yes, provided there is a possible upgrade. If you've already built the highest level possible in that province, you can't upgrade.

    Temple bonuses are present and correct. It's however unclear what, if anything, the morale and loyalty (not to be confused with happiness) bonuses do.
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    If you really don't want the Greek port there and its upgraded to its max, you can always destroy it and rebuild it back as a Roman port. This is really pointless and costly though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a completely inoffensive name View Post
    This is really pointless
    Do you have the culture bonus/malus in mind? for every building in your towns that is not built or upgraded by yourself, you will recieve culture penalty. (except if you upgrade the city, then all buildings are of your culture)

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    The culture penalty for all buildings except the governors house is really quite small.

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    Does anyone actually know the real numbers behind how culture penalty actually works? If so could someone break it down or if they have could someone point out where its posted?

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    You should have made a new thread, and not necro'd this one.
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