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--[Field]                              [Type]
--Type                                 String
--Description                          String
--Civilopedia                          String
--Help                                 String
--ArtDefineTag                         String
--StartingLocationWeight                Int64
--Movement                              Int64
--SeeThrough                            Int64
--Defense                               Int64
--InfluenceCost                         Int64
--AppearanceProbability                 Int64
--DisappearanceProbability              Int64
--Growth                                Int64
--GrowthTerrainType                    String
--TurnDamage                            Int64
--AdjacentUnitFreePromotion            String
--FirstFinderGold                       Int64
--InBorderHappiness                     Int64
--OccurrenceFrequency                   Int64
--YieldNotAdditive                    Boolean
--NoCoast                             Boolean
--NoRiver                             Boolean
--NoAdjacent                          Boolean
--RequiresFlatlands                   Boolean
--RequiresRiver                       Boolean
--AddsFreshWater                      Boolean
--Impassable                          Boolean
--NoCity                              Boolean
--NoImprovement                       Boolean
--VisibleAlways                       Boolean
--NukeImmune                          Boolean
--NaturalWonder                       Boolean
--Rough                               Boolean
--WorldSoundscapeAudioScript           String
--EffectType                           String
--EffectProbability                     Int64
--EffectTypeTag                        String
--AdvancedStartRemoveCost               Int64
--PortraitIndex                         Int64
--IconAtlas                            String
 
local data ={
 
FEATURE_ICE={
Description=[=[Ice]=];
Civilopedia=[=[[[Ice (Civ5)|Ice]] is impassable, except to air and [[submarine (Civ5)|submarine]] [[units (Civ5)|units]]. It provides nothing to [[cities (Civ5)|cities]].]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_ICE";
Movement=1;
InfluenceCost=3;
Impassable=true;
EffectTypeTag="SNOW";
PortraitIndex=6;
IconAtlas="TERRAIN_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_JUNGLE={
Description=[=[Jungle]=];
Civilopedia=[=[Dark, forbidding, and deadly to the uninitiated, [[jungles (Civ5)|jungles]] are a rich source of [[food (Civ5)|food]] to those with the skill and knowledge to live within them. However, jungles do not provide much in the way of materials, and a growing [[civilization (Civ5)|civilization]] may be tempted to [[mine (Civ5)|mine]] them or turn them into cropland. However, military [[units (Civ5)|units]] situated in jungles receive a significant defensive bonus.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_JUNGLE";
StartingLocationWeight=-10;
Movement=2;
SeeThrough=1;
Defense=25;
InfluenceCost=1;
Growth=16;
GrowthTerrainType="TERRAIN_PLAINS";
Rough=true;
WorldSoundscapeAudioScript="ASSS_AMBIENCE_JUNGLE";
EffectType="EFFECT_BIRDSCATTER";
EffectProbability=15;
EffectTypeTag="LEAVES";
PortraitIndex=7;
IconAtlas="TERRAIN_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_MARSH={
Description=[=[Marsh]=];
Civilopedia=[=[Although rich in biodiversity, [[marshes (Civ5)|marshes]] have little to offer a hungry growing [[civilization (Civ5)|civilization]], as they must be drained or otherwise altered before they provide any [[city (Civ5)|city]] bonuses. Note that military [[units (Civ5)|units]] in marshes receive a significant PENALTY when attacked.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_MARSH";
StartingLocationWeight=-10;
Movement=3;
Defense=-15;
InfluenceCost=1;
RequiresFlatlands=true;
WorldSoundscapeAudioScript="ASSS_AMBIENCE_SWAMP";
EffectTypeTag="MUD";
PortraitIndex=8;
IconAtlas="TERRAIN_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_OASIS={
Description=[=[Oasis]=];
Civilopedia=[=[An [[oasis (Civ5)|oasis]] is an especially lush and verdant area within a [[desert (Civ5)|desert]], usually because it sits atop a source of clean and plentiful [[water (Civ5)|water]]. Oases are extremely valuable [[resources (Civ5)|resources]] in an otherwise barren and lifeless desert, and countless battles have been fought between desperate desert tribesmen to possess them.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_OASIS";
Movement=1;
Defense=-10;
InfluenceCost=-1;
AppearanceProbability=500;
NoCoast=true;
NoRiver=true;
NoAdjacent=true;
RequiresFlatlands=true;
AddsFreshWater=true;
NoImprovement=true;
WorldSoundscapeAudioScript="ASSS_AMBIENCE_JUNGLE";
EffectTypeTag="WATER";
IconAtlas="NEW_TERRAIN_ATLAS_DLC";};
 
FEATURE_FLOOD_PLAINS={
Description=[=[Flood Plains]=];
Civilopedia=[=[[[Flood plains (Civ5)|Flood plains]] are low-lying areas adjacent to [[rivers (Civ5)|rivers]]. Every year the river floods, providing natural irrigation and rich nutrients to the land, making flood [[plains (Civ5)|plains]] incredibly fertile and the most productive [[farmland (Civ5)|farmland]] in the world. Ancient Egypt owed most of its [[wealth (Civ5)|wealth]] and power to the annual flood of the mighty Nile river.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_FLOOD_PLAINS";
Movement=1;
Defense=-10;
InfluenceCost=-1;
AppearanceProbability=10000;
RequiresFlatlands=true;
RequiresRiver=true;
PortraitIndex=2;
IconAtlas="TERRAIN_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_FOREST={
Description=[=[Forest]=];
Civilopedia=[=[For early man, the [[forests (Civ5)|forests]] were a great source of bounty, providing wood for fire, tools and shelter, and also many animals for sustenance and clothing. As a [[city (Civ5)|city]] grows there is a great temptation to cut down the forests for [[farmland (Civ5)|farmland]], but a wise leader will always leave some standing - for productivity and to lift his people's spirits. Also, military [[units (Civ5)|units]] stationed in forests receive a significant defensive bonus.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_FOREST";
Movement=2;
SeeThrough=1;
Defense=25;
InfluenceCost=1;
Growth=8;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Rough=true;
WorldSoundscapeAudioScript="ASSS_AMBIENCE_FOREST";
EffectType="EFFECT_BIRDSCATTER";
EffectProbability=15;
EffectTypeTag="LEAVES";
PortraitIndex=3;
IconAtlas="TERRAIN_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_FALLOUT={
Description=[=[Fallout]=];
Civilopedia=[=[[[Fallout (Civ5)|Fallout]] is the residual radiation left over following a nuclear explosion. The fallout "falls out" of the air as a layer of [[radioactive (Civ5)|radioactive]] particles which are highly dangerous to plants and animals, killing them immediately or damaging their DNA, giving them cancer, other diseases, or unfortunate mutations. Depending upon the type of nuclear explosion, the land may remain poisoned for decades, possibly centuries. Cleanup requires the replacement of the contaminated [[buildings (Civ5)|buildings]], soil and vegetation.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_FALLOUT";
Movement=2;
Defense=-15;
DisappearanceProbability=500;
NoImprovement=true;
PortraitIndex=17;
IconAtlas="TERRAIN_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_CRATER={
Description=[=[The Barringer Crater]=];
Civilopedia=[=[[[The Barringer Crater (Civ5)|The Barringer Crater]] is a huge meteorite crater located in Arizona, in the [[United (Civ5)|United]] States of America. The crater is four thousand feet in diameter, and [[scientists (Civ5)|scientists]] believe that it was created some 50,000 years ago when the site was hit by a large nickel-[[iron (Civ5)|iron]] meteorite weighing, at time of impact, 160,000 tons and moving at perhaps 27,000 miles per hour.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_CRATER";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=2;
IconAtlas="NW_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_FUJI={
Description=[=[Mt. Fuji]=];
Civilopedia=[=[An active volcano, Mount Fuji is the highest [[mountain (Civ5)|mountain]] in Japan. Standing some 12,000 feet high and often wreathed in clouds, its famous [[snow (Civ5)|snow]]-capped silhouette can be seen from Tokyo. The stately mountain is the subject of uncounted works of art - poems, songs, photographs, sculptures and paintings. Mount Fuji is a symbol of pride and beauty for all of Japan.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_FUJI";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=3;
IconAtlas="NW_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_MESA={
Description=[=[The Grand Mesa]=];
Civilopedia=[=[[[The Grand Mesa (Civ5)|The Grand Mesa]] is a large geologic formation in Colorado, the [[United (Civ5)|United]] States of America. Rising some 5,000 feet above the surrounding [[territory (Civ5)|territory]] and with an area of 500 square miles, it is the largest mesa in the world. The Grand Mesa has a layer of volcanic basalt on top, which resists erosion. It did not so much rise into the air, as it remained at its original height as the surrounding [[terrain (Civ5)|terrain]] was eroded by the action of the Colorado and Gunnison [[rivers (Civ5)|rivers]].]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_MESA";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=7;
IconAtlas="NW_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_REEF={
Description=[=[The Great Barrier Reef]=];
Civilopedia=[=[[[The Great Barrier Reef (Civ5)|The Great Barrier Reef]] is the world's largest reef. A chain of almost 3000 reefs and 1000 islands, it stretches almost 1600 miles along the [[coast (Civ5)|coast]] of north-east Australia. Constructed over 500,000 years by billions of coral polyps, the Great Barrier Reef is the largest single structure made by living creatures. The Great Barrier Reef is home to a hugely diverse population of [[whales (Civ5)|whales]], dolphins, porpoises, dugongs, turtles, [[fish (Civ5)|fish]], octopi, and snakes, not to mention over 200 species of birds.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_REEF";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=1;
IconAtlas="NW_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_VOLCANO={
Description=[=[Krakatoa]=];
Civilopedia=[=[[[Krakatoa (Civ5)|Krakatoa]] is a volcanic island located in Indonesia, between the islands of Java and Sumatra. The volcano exploded violently in August 1883 with a force equivalent to 13,000 times the power of the Hiroshima nuclear bomb. The eruption destroyed over half of the island, and was heard in parts of Australia, some 2,000 miles away. Some 37,000 people were killed by the eruption and subsequent tsunamis. The volcano has been emitting lava steadily for the past eighty years, rebuilding the cone at a rate of about 15 feet per year.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_VOLCANO";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=5;
IconAtlas="NW_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_GIBRALTAR={
Description=[=[Rock of Gibraltar]=];
Civilopedia=[=[Gibraltar is a peninsula containing a remarkable rock formation at the mouth of the Mediterranean Sea. Captured from Spain by the [[English (Civ5)|English]] and [[Dutch (Civ5)|Dutch]] in 1704 and ceded to England in 1713, Gibraltar has been a British possession ever since (much to the annoyance of Spain, which wants it back). Commanding the entrance to the Atlantic from the Mediterranean, Gibraltar has been a major British naval base for three hundred years.
Most of Gibraltar is covered by the "Rock," a huge formation of shale, sandstone and limestone thrust up by the unimaginable power of plate tectonics. The Rock stands some 1400 feet in height.  At one time Gibraltar was a massive [[fortification (Civ5)|fortification]] allowing Britain to dominate the narrow Mediterranean-Atlantic passage, but today the peninsula is more of a nature preserve and tourist destination than it is a [[military base (Civ5)|military base]].]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_GIBRALTAR";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=8;
IconAtlas="NW_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_GEYSER={
Description=[=[Old Faithful]=];
Civilopedia=[=[[[Old Faithful (Civ5)|Old Faithful]] is a geyser found in Yellowstone National Park, in Wyoming, [[United (Civ5)|United]] States of America. First seen by Europeans in 1870 (and by natives some 10,000 years before that), Old [[Faithful (Civ5)|Faithful]] was thus named because of the regularity of its eruption. The geyser shoots a column of boiling [[water (Civ5)|water]] to a height of some 100-175 feet every 60-90 minutes (the interval determined by the ferocity of the previous eruption). Geysers occur when subterranean water hits magma (molten rock). The water is instantly turned to steam, which rushes out the nearest available opening at tremendously high pressure. Old Faithful and the other 250 geysers in Yellowstone are enjoyed by some three million visitors each year.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_GEYSER";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
InBorderHappiness=3;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=4;
IconAtlas="NW_ATLAS";};
 
FEATURE_FOUNTAIN_YOUTH={
Description=[=[Fountain of Youth]=];
Civilopedia=[=[One of the earliest accounts of this legendary spring comes from Herodotus, who describes it as a special "[[Water (Civ5)|Water]] of Life" giving any who drinks of it exceptionally long life.  Similar stories have also been told among the indigenous people of the Caribbean and South America, which brought the [[Fountain of Youth (Civ5)|Fountain of Youth]] to prominence during Spain's [[era (Civ5)|era]] of exploration.  According to one popular story, in 1513 the [[Spanish (Civ5)|Spanish]] [[conquistador (Civ5)|conquistador]] Juan Ponce de Leon heard tales of the fountain during his travels in Puerto Rico, and set sail to search for eternal life.  In doing so, he discovered Florida (and become one of the first Europeans to set foot on [[American (Civ5)|American]] soil) but never did locate the mythical fountain.  The Fountain of Youth continues to captivate audiences today - movies, books, comics, and games have all featured the fabled spring and man's eternal quest to obtain it.]=];
Help=[=[All units that are next to it heal at double rate for the rest of the game.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_FOUNTAIN_YOUTH";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
AdjacentUnitFreePromotion="PROMOTION_FASTER_HEAL";
InBorderHappiness=10;
OccurrenceFrequency=1;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=1;
IconAtlas="NW_ATLAS_DLC";};
 
FEATURE_POTOSI={
Description=[=[Cerro de Potosi]=];
Civilopedia=[=[Located in southern Bolivia, the [[mountain (Civ5)|mountain]] of Potosi produced nearly all of the [[silver (Civ5)|silver]] [[mined (Civ5)|mined]] by the [[Spanish (Civ5)|Spanish]] during their imperial days.  Once removed from the mountain, it was taken by llama and mule to the [[coast (Civ5)|coast]] where it was then loaded onto treasure [[ships (Civ5)|ships]] [[sailing (Civ5)|sailing]] back to Europe.   Nearly 41,000 tons of pure silver were mined over the course of 200 years, 8,200 of which went directly to the Spanish crown.  After 1800, the main silver mines were depleted, but the [[mining (Civ5)|mining]] of Potosi still continues today - some for silver but now mostly for tin.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_POTOSI";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
OccurrenceFrequency=5;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=2;
IconAtlas="NW_ATLAS_DLC";};
 
FEATURE_EL_DORADO={
Description=[=[El Dorado]=];
Civilopedia=[=[This fabled "Lost [[City (Civ5)|City]] of [[Gold (Civ5)|Gold]]" drew many [[Spanish (Civ5)|Spanish]] [[conquistadors (Civ5)|conquistadors]] to the New World, all hoping to stumble upon its untold riches. For nearly three centuries, the myth of precious [[gems (Civ5)|gems]] and gold drew explorers to the South [[American (Civ5)|American]] [[coasts (Civ5)|coasts]], who often sacked other [[cities (Civ5)|cities]] they found along the way. [[El Dorado (Civ5)|El Dorado]] has captivated explorers throughout the centuries, and expeditions as late as 1804 were arranged to divine its location. However, it is now believed that the mythical city was inspired by the name of a Muisca chief, who reportedly, as part of an initiation, covered himself in a fine layer of gold dust and dove into the Guatavita [[Lake (Civ5)|Lake]].]=];
Help=[=[Grants 500 {{gold5}} Gold to the first player to discover it.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_EL_DORADO";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
FirstFinderGold=500;
OccurrenceFrequency=2;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
IconAtlas="NW_ATLAS_DLC";};
 
FEATURE_ATOLL={
Description=[=[Atoll]=];
Civilopedia=[=[An [[atoll (Civ5)|atoll]] is a formation of coral which creates an island. Atolls are typically ring-shaped, encompassing a central shallow lagoon, and the islands are typically low and small. Atolls are one of the most common island types in the Pacific, the other being islands of volcanic origin. Atolls are akin to oases, in that they are often the only points of land in hundreds of square miles of pelagic expanse. [[Marine (Civ5)|Marine]] life and birds make ready use of atolls, and though humans have inhabited some, atolls are often hostile for larger land animals. Their low profile means that storms regularly engulf them, and there is often little shade from the powerful sun. As a result of his [[experiences (Civ5)|experiences]] and observations on the Beagle Voyage, Charles Darwin was the first Westerner to correctly hypothesize how atolls were formed.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_ATOLL";
Movement=1;
InfluenceCost=-1;
NoImprovement=true;
PortraitIndex=1;
IconAtlas="NEW_TERRAIN_ATLAS_DLC";};
 
FEATURE_SRI_PADA={
Description=[=[Sri Pada]=];
Civilopedia=[=[Towering above Sri Lanka, [[Sri Pada (Civ5)|Sri Pada]] is a large [[mountain (Civ5)|mountain]] peak with an unusually conical shape that is held sacred by a number of [[religions (Civ5)|religions]] for the "footprint" found at its peak. The footprint, a large depression found in a rock formation on the mountain's summit, has been attributed to Buddha, Shiva, and the biblical figure Adam, leading to the mountain's reverence among followers of Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam. Each year, thousands of pilgrims trek for hours up the mountain to pay their respects at the [[holy site (Civ5)|holy site]].]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_SRI_PADA";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
InBorderHappiness=2;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=10;
IconAtlas="EXPANSION_BW_ATLAS_2";};
 
FEATURE_MT_SINAI={
Description=[=[Mt. Sinai]=];
Civilopedia=[=[Found on the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt, Mount Sinai is among the most revered [[holy sites (Civ5)|holy sites]] recognized by the followers of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Mount Sinai is believed to be the location where Moses first received the Ten Commandments from God during the Israelites' exodus from Egypt, making the peak an important site for religious pilgrims from around the world.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_MT_SINAI";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=9;
IconAtlas="EXPANSION_BW_ATLAS_2";};
 
FEATURE_MT_KAILASH={
Description=[=[Mt. Kailash]=];
Civilopedia=[=[The sacred peak of Mount Kailash, found in the Himalayas of Tibet, is cherished by a number of [[religions (Civ5)|religions]], particularly the followers of Hinduism. It is believed to be the home of Lord Shiva, who dwells on the [[mountain (Civ5)|mountain]] in a state of eternal bliss. Mount Kailash is said to be among the most difficult of all religious pilgrimages, as the harsh conditions dissuade many would-be pilgrims, and the mountain is not accessible by any forms of modern transportation.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_MT_KAILASH";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
InBorderHappiness=2;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=8;
IconAtlas="EXPANSION_BW_ATLAS_2";};
 
FEATURE_ULURU={
Description=[=[Uluru]=];
Civilopedia=[=[Commonly referred to as "Ayers Rock," the massive red sandstone formation in central Australia has, over the past century, become one of Australia's most recognizable [[landmarks (Civ5)|landmarks]]. Long before it was discovered by [[English (Civ5)|English]] explorers in the late 1800s, the [[mountain (Civ5)|mountain]] was known as "[[Uluru (Civ5)|Uluru]]," a name given by the indigenous tribesmen of the area who share varying legends as to its creation and significance. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, this led to an immediate upsurge in [[tourism (Civ5)|tourism]], with several hundred thousand visitors exploring the site each year.]=];
ArtDefineTag="ART_DEF_FEATURE_ULURU";
Movement=1;
SeeThrough=2;
InfluenceCost=-3;
OccurrenceFrequency=10;
YieldNotAdditive=true;
Impassable=true;
NoImprovement=true;
NaturalWonder=true;
Rough=true;
PortraitIndex=11;
IconAtlas="EXPANSION_BW_ATLAS_2";};
 
}
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