Sid Meier’s Civilization: The Board Game, based on the computer game Civilization IV and published in 2010. Not to be confused with the Avalon Hill board game Civilization (or its successor, Advanced Civilization); or with Sid Meier’s Civilization: The Boardgame which is based on the computer game ...

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What does it mean to “interrupt movement”

In Sid Meier's Civilization, the Communism technology allows another players' movement to be interrupted to prevent figures from leaving a specific square. What exactly does this mean, does this mean ...
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Do coin tokens accumulate on squares?

When I gain a coin token through a gold mine on a mountain, through a famous person tile or through a "bank" tile, does that token remain on that square? If my opponent captures that square by beating ...
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Too many Tech-Victories seen in 2-player rules for Civilization

I have been playing Civilization The Board Game some times with my girlfriend, but each time, the game quickly becomes a race for the tech-victory. Since it is a large advantage to research tech in ...
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Is killing an enemy scout considered a battle?

The game manual says that if you conquer an enemy scout that is alone, you can take a loot as if you had won a battle. It doesn't specify that it is a battle. The reason we need to know is for Code ...
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When can I nuke someone?

Civilization: The Board Game (the 2010 version) has the Atomic Theory tech which lets me nuke someone. Movement: Nuke a non-capital city. The city is destroyed, along with all buildings, ...
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Who's first in a battle in Sid Meier's Civilization: The Board Game (from 2010)?

There is a unit with 5 strength and 2 wounds. The attacker wants to use the resource ability of mathematics to finish the unit, the defender the healing effect of animal husbandry. Which effect is ...
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What is the effect of a scout standing at an enemy barracks?

A barracks add +2 to the owners Combat score and 2 Trade. A scout allows you to effectively block or steal the benefits of an opponent's buildings by standing on them. When I have a scout on an ...