Build your own Candlekeep and visit with Drizzt in Faerun mod for Civilization 5

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By on November 25, 2013 at 11:39 am

If you’ve finished the recently released Baldur’s Gate II Enhanced Edition you’re probably be looking for another Forgotten Realms fix – I certainly am. Thankfully however, the Faerun mod for Civilization 5: Gods and Kings is perfect for that, giving us all an opportunity to rule one of the many nations on Forgotten Realms main continent.

As PC Gamer notes, the Faerun mod has a heap of different civilizations for you to play as, many of which will be immediately recognisable to Forgotten Realms fans like Aglarond and Amn and while it comes with four Faerun maps, you can also play it on any map you choose.

Faerun doesn’t just add new civlizations to the game however, it also reworks a fair bit to make it more appropriate. Policies are replaced with schools of magic and Deity Cults replace religions, changing the way both affect gameplay. It’s a pretty outstanding effort and if you have Civilization 5 and the Gods and Kings expansion you should definitely check it out – either in the Steam Workshop or over on CivFanatics.

Source: PC Gamer

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trying it right now – will give some feedback soon :)

 
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