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Rhye's and Fall of Civilization stability maps

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There expansion maps are guidelines for managing to have a good rating in the "Expansion" stability indicator. However, don't take them too literally: that value is influenced by many other parameters, and a certain tolerance margin exists anyway.

WARNING: SPOILERS!!!

Contents

Key

  • Dark green: core area
    No penalty for founding cities here, but ensuring that there is no foreign presence is critically important
  • Light green: territories within historical bounds
    Expanding here brings no penalties other than the increased number of cities
  • Yellow: territories within historical bounds, but belonging to other civs core area
    These territories are unsafe, because of possible revolts and of generic instability of the area
  • Orange: territories out of historical bounds
    Expanding here brings a penalty if exceeding a certain tolerance
  • Red: territories out of historical bounds and belonging to other civs core area
    The worst place to expand

Maps

America

America.gif


Arabia

Arabia.gif


Aztec

Aztec.gif


Babylonia

Babylonia.gif


Carthage

Carthage.gif


China

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Egypt

Egypt.gif


England

England.gif


Ethiopia

Ethiopia.gif


France

France.gif


Germany

Germany.gif


Greece

Greece.gif


Inca

Inca.gif


India

India.gif


Japan

Japan.gif


Khmer

Khmer.gif


Mali

Mali.gif


Maya

Maya.gif


Mongolia

Mongolia.gif


Netherlands

Netherlands.gif


Persia

Persia.gif


Portugal

Portugal.gif

Rome

Rome.gif


Russia

Russia.gif

Spain

Spain.gif


Turkey

Turkey.gif


Vikings

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