Also, what does "Irrasiyawa" mean? Credit: Mohenjo Daro main song
I'm currently playing Maya and encountered Mohenjo-Daro, and this thought came to my mind. Since Aqueducts provide Maya a fresh water bonus, so that they get +4 housing from water on top of the base 2, I'd assume Mohenjo-Daro also gives the bonus to Maya cities that do not have Aqueduct. My empire is only going to have 2 cities without aqueduct evetually, so it would not be super useful, but I'm curious.
If nobody knows the answer here, I will update things in the comments when/if I find out. AI Amanitore has currently 7 envoys with M-D so I might not get the chance to test it though.
I always make it a point to befriend MD and become it’s suzerain. I am provided a little extra housing up until the information era...once it hit, I noticed my capital had 56 housing, and I know for a fact that I didn’t have that many farms, and only two neighborhoods. Nowhere near the 50+ range, and figured it can only be explained by this city state, but I am wondering why that came in so significantly.
The civ entry says “Your cities all have full Housing6.png Housing from water, as if they were next to a river.” I just don’t really understand what that means in terms of housing units.
Mohenjo-Daro’s suzerain bonus gives full housing as though your cities were next to a river. Does this have any affect if you’re playing as the Maya who don’t normally get a fresh water bonus?