It did somehow lead me down a massive tangent tho. Of getting me to go to the Battle of Waterloo, look up various aspects of how close Napoleon came to winning it, lots of hypotheticals about what the world would've been like if Napoleon had (the various theories range from, "it wouldn't have mattered, he was inevitably going to lose", "Napoleon needed to win every battle, the allies only needed to win one", "Time was never on Napoleon's side", or even, "Even if Napoleon had succeeded, history would almost certainly not have changed much at all and France would still lose in 1870", with only the most optimistic being that there'd be anything else), and then me being genuinely curious if there would be some sort of consensus on if Napoleon was a good/bad ruler/person/etc. (As it turns out, no, there is not a consensus. General consensus I seem to have is that "He's not as bad as Hitler especially for his time, but he's no saint either" with various leans tilting towards bad from his huge death toll and dictatorship tendencies and callous disregard for life and financial ruin and costly defeats and various leans tilting towards good from his reformations, promoting of liberal ideas, genuine militaristic proficiency, etc.)
This, largely, because I was working on my Civ 3 mod.
Speaking of which: the map's done-done. (Well unless I want to redo the entire map at a much smaller size. The game is very very laggy now, and I blame the 362x362 size for it. I only need ~215x225 as the most generous amount, but you can't crop a map so your only options are to either bear with it or literally tile by tile redo everything.)
I also did the tech tree rebalance I was aiming for.
I might adjust the icons for tech trees.
And there's probably civilopedia entries that I'll want to get icons for.
But I am tackling the biggest issue of all: the civilopedia. (As part of this, I will also eventually be redoing the buildings/units ingame to have their proper names, but it's not actually mandatory to do that while working on the civilopedia.)
Work's getting done there, so definitely making progress!
But it's a...well, rather...daunting task.