For those who don't get it is referencing a bug from civ 1 where ghandi was so peaceful he had a negative number on a scale of 1-10 so it ended up being a ridiculously high number and so the ai would stockpile nukes. The developers thought it was so funny it has been a feature ever since. Sorry for the long post
@Bigm222, Be the change you want to see in the world, and have lots of nukes. -Mahatma Ghandi
@Bigm222, civ 1? I thought that was civ 5.
@Bigm222, you da real MVP
@Bigm222, If I remember the default value for his aggression was 0 and when you developed a certain tech that was supposed to reduce it by 1 it rolled over to the high end again which I belive was 255. So instead of being a nonviolent peaceful leader ghandi became a rage fueled killing machine that made Stalin look like a teddy bear.
@Mister Riddle, No, the bug was in Civ 1. In every game after that it's intentional.
@Bigm222, the scale was only supposed to be 1-10, but the way computers work, after Gandhi went negative, rather than go to 10, it went to 255.
Never again will I ally with Ghandi
@JWJ, you only make that mistake once.
Pretty much sums up how I won my first game of Civ V
No one expects the Gandhi inquisition
I wonder how many players learned who Ghandi was for the first time by playing Civ. Video games taught me everything I know. For example , Stay away from plumbing kids... or turtles will steal your girlfriend.
@Mr Literal, They're actually working on an educational version of Civ 5 for high schools.
Yay underflow errors
They're also releasing a Civilization educational game for public schools to teach kids critical thinking skills as well as light history elements