Hey everyone, it's been a while since I've been here last, but in the past, I've done various 'funday monday' games with various special conditions, and wrote them up here. In the past during civ V, I did a succession game, a deity game, and a game where I had to train soldiers 1/3 of the time, in order to teach myself to play militarily. Now, I come with a game with a different premise. I am also a roleplayer, and have created several characters in various roleplays I've participated in, and in this story, I am going to pit six of my characters against each other in a game of civilization 6, playing as all of them on hotseat mode. To add an unpredictability factor, I am also adding in two emperor AIs in to the game. Here are the characters. Some of them are from pokemon universes, while some of them are from original universes. Redwings is a version of myself as a GM, who takes the form of an Articuno. Redwings is my most meta character, as he has the powers and OC knowledge of the GM, yet appeared in a campaign where he had to explore a universe to get to know the characters in it. He is constantly conflicted by a desire to create an interesting story and a desire to save lives within his universes. All of the other characters that appeared are his creations, though he eventually did willingly give up power to directly control what his characters do after he was unable to make effective decisions after my cat died in real life (yeah, I know it sounds horrible to rp that at the time, but I kinda needed to. I was in a bad state at that time). Annie is a smart, caring woman from the city of Paradise (original universe), who was born directly after events where the Paradise government ended their isolationist xenophobia and joined the rest of the multiverse, and she ended up attending a border school called the chosen star academy, only to experience a field trip gone wrong that eventually ended in the apocalypse. Through it, she would raise several adopted daughters on the journey and help save reality with the help of Redwings and eventually Bill and Fennel. Then, much later, she would become a GM through shenanigans I won't get in to. Hannah is a smart, socially awkward woman who was born after the events of the apocalypse and rebirth that Annie experienced, and grew up raised by Annie's daughters, as her parents were too sick to support her much. She constantly dreamed of the future and tried to invent a time machine to travel there, until one day, Redwings came to her in her sleep and granted her wish, bringing her 3000 years in to the future. When she arrived in the future, she realized how much she lost by arriving there, and hated the society she now lived in. Despite her feelings towards it, she helped save the future, and decided to stay to help fix the broken systems that were created in those thousands of years. Over the course of the campaign she also met a woman named Kat who saved her life multiple times and would eventually become her girlfriend. Fennel (based on the Fennel from Pokemon) is a genius with an eccentric personality and very little self control. She is amazing with computers and dreams, and can manipulate them to extreme extents, even using them to save herself on a hard drive and therefore become immortal. She has helped save reality several times, and has a tendency to like and help people who are interesting, regardless of their morality. She believes in the potential of everyone, and considers it a challenge to engineer situations where everyone she likes can be helpful. She would consider it a sin and a waste to kill a smart villain, and spends as much effort protecting them as she spends protecting her friends. She also, despite living in the pokemon universe where these things don't exist, greatly enjoys Game of Thrones and Doctor Who. Bill (also from Pokemon, specifically he originally from a comic I made based off of Twitch Plays Pokemon) is a computer genius who invented the PC storage system in pokemon. He is extremely manipulative and calculating, and has a fear of anyone gaining too much power. He only plans in the long term, and tries to think like a chessmaster, ten steps ahead. While his goals are good, his individual actions can be very bad, and he was once considered the worst villain in poke-earth. Fennel ended up reviving him after he died, and the two entered a relationship, their flaws and strengths balancing each other out quite well, and they do a good job of keeping each other in check. Bill's Zigzagoon is a god, but doesn't know it. He can do almost anything he sets his mind to, but usually his mind is set to ice cream, so he is used more often for amusing shenanigans than he is for saving the universe. Most dismiss him as a common rodent, but Bill was the only one to notice his potential and took him in when others rejected him. Zigzagoon is very lucky, very dedicated to Bill, and very happy most of the time. Jenny is Professor Oak's daughter (an original character from the pokemon universe). I've used her in two campaigns, but in separate timelines. In one timeline, she was manipulated by the Campaign for Paradox Time to enter and get captured by Paradise authorities, where she was imprisoned due to Paradise's extreme isolationist policy at the time, as they were hiding from the Outsiders. She eventually escaped the Paradise government's clutches and led a rebellion against them. In a different timeline, she started her pokemon journey as a normal pokemon trainer, and she grew an attachment to Rosalia, a reckless individual who came through to her universe while not knowing what a pokemon was. In both of these timelines, Jenny has developed a tough mental shell and a military mind, where she is tough in her pursuits of whatever goals she has in mind. G and Pavlov are arrogant, smart, lazy characters played by the GM in many of these campaigns, who you need because they have access to lots of technology and information you don't have, but you also hate and want to punch constantly. G has has more interactions with Bill, Fennel, Redwings, and Annie, while Pavlov was involved quite heavily in Hannah's campaign. Up next, the introduction to the game.