CIV 6 Is A Perfectly Balanced game WITH NO EXPLOITS - Gran Colombia Infinite Meteors Is Broken! #ad

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Civilization 6 is back with a brand new DLC expansion the frontier pass! This adds two new civs Gran Colombia and Maya. Along with this we also got the very fun brand new apocalypse game mode which adds soothsayers who are summoners of natural disasters at an unnatural rate. This allows for some unique situations when combined with an infinite meteors exploit created by the existence of soothsayers! You see when you combine soothsayers with the great bath you end up with a city that can produce more faith than multiple entire empires put together. And what better thing to do with all that faith than go for an easy religous victory or even better summon infinite meteors onto enemy cities and watch them all melt away in natural disasters. All of these exploits aside gran colombia is already one of the most overpowered civs in the game with the ability to teleport armies around the map with incredible speed.

If you want to grab the new dlc you can do it via this link:

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So sit back and watch as the spiffing brit tests to see if Civilization 6 is a perfectly balanced game with no exploits or if the infinite faith and infinite meteors is broken!!

This video game exploit video will be jam packed with a best bits funny moments montage style of editing similar to that of Valefisk, Robbaz and RTgame. So sit back relax and grab a cup of tea to enjoy with the spiffing brit!

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Title: CIV 6 Is A Perfectly Balanced game WITH NO EXPLOITS - Gran Colombia Infinite Meteors Is Broken! #ad

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