[Freeciv-tickets] [freeciv] #42259: AI still running spacerace half-heartedly

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Mon Jul 19 08:07:41 JST 2021

#42259: AI still running spacerace half-heartedly

  Open Date: 2021-05-13 21:01
Last Update: 2021-07-19 08:07

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2021-07-19 08:07 Updated by: bard


In civ2civ3, cities need Factory, Library, University and Research Lab in the city in order to build space parts. The reason was to discourage players from selling all science related buildings while building the spaceship (since tech tree is almost finished at that point).
Now that tech upkeep is enabled, I think this is no longer needed, and it'd be possible to reduce the requirements to just Factory as classic rules. I guess it'd help the AI to build more space parts.
Or even remove the Factory requirement, because I have noticed in my games that AIs do not use to build Factories, nor other production related buildings. I guess because production bonus was halved in civ2civ3, and AI is calibrated for classic values.

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      Reporter: cazfi
         Owner: (None)
          Type: Bugs
        Status: Open
      Priority: 5 - Medium
     MileStone: 3.0.0-beta3
     Component: AI
      Severity: 5 - Medium
    Resolution: Accepted

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We've increased AIs general wants for spacerace victory several times over last couple of years. Now it usually does do run for spacerace, but it still does so in a really half-heartedly. Out of dozens of cities, one or two occasionally builds some space part. Maybe we should not increase general want at the moment (so not to increase want to start spacerace), but to increase want to proceed in spacerace when already running.

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