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The Quest for Coal - Mali [#9] - Civilization VI Gathering Storm

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marb one thing, alhambra is pronunciated “hallahmbra” in arab
"Albert Einstein, is he any good?"

-Marbozir 2019
Hover over the tile and it tells you which city the coal belongs to.
You will receive 1 era score for levy the suzerain army.
gorgo did put her cities in good spots. defensivelyspeaking, i have to say it's been a pain in the neck to take those cities
RIP the builders ;____;
Coal for Goal
Mali really need to plant tree everywhere better grab servdom or liang at least
"Coal Quest 2019," ft. Marbozir's strategic resources luck.
What you need are tunnels!
You know I kinda like all the city states being placed around the Pangaea, it protects them from the ais so they are be a factor in the late game.
Which scientists are the best, a must have for science victory?
Your placement of Great Zimbabwe gives you 2 gold per trade route. When you reiterate again and again how good of a wonder it is, you look like a clown. It is a good wonder, but yours is not.
Greece being all mountains isn't surprising
So an unit, attached to a support unit, can´t capture a builder....that seems a bit odd...
You can't take a builder with an attached support unit in the same tile.
Warring for Godo.
0:22 Missed an opportunity to call the video "Coal is the goal!".
8:18 RIP Mycenae.
12:12 Banana Sazerac.
13:44 Did you kill it because you had a Support Unit?
26:36 Free Diplomatic Favor.
32:32 Fortune favors the bold.
38:38 At least we know where the Battle of Thermopylae will happen.
You can tell which tiles belong to which city on the tool tip.
That poor builder at the start...

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.