All leader portraits

nunor

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So we have the portraits of all the leaders in alphabetical order!
Can you guess them all? :D

Courtesy of Arioch:


Leaders and civs from top to bottom:

A1 - America - Roosevelt
A2 - Arabia - Saladin
A3 - Aztecs - Moctezuma II
A4 - Brazil - Pedro II
A5 - China - Qin Shi Huang

B1 - Egypt - Cleopatra
B2 - England - Victoria
B3 - France - Catherine de Medicis
B4 - Germany - Frederick Barbarossa
B5 - Greece - Gorgo

C1 - Greece - Pericles
C2 - India - Gandhi
C3 - Japan - Hojo Tokimune
C4 - Kongo - Afonso I
C5 -

D1 - Poland - Jadwiga
D2 - Rome - Trajan
D3 - Russia - Peter the Great
D4 - Scythia - Tomyris
D5 - Spain - Isabella

E1 - Spain - Philip II
E2 - Sumeria - Gilgamesh
 

Le Sage

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I think I see Simon Bolivar. Fourth in top row.
 

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moysturfurmer

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So we have the portraits of all the leaders in alphabetical order!
Can you guess them all? :D

Leaders and civs from top to bottom:

America - Roosevelt
Arabia - Saladin



Greece - Pericles


India - Gandhi



Russia - Peter the Great


Sumeria - Gilgamesh

I recommend doing a A1, A2, ...A5, B1, sort of system.

EXCELLENT catch about Peter though
 

Monado

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Great find Nunor!!

You can tell this is real early in development because most are not actual in game leaderheads (it looks like Roosevelt is one of the only somewhat finished ones) so potentially they could still have changed a leader or two after this was taken.

3b = Gandhi
-Thats the only one I can make out easily.

4b - Julius Caesar bust?
 

DeutschDachs

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France looks like Joan of Arc

Whoever comes after her must be either for Germany or Germany won't be in the base game. Looks female? Any great german ladies?
 

Denkt

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The marbel statue look to be Julius Caesar but it could be Trajan.
 

Uberfrog

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Great detective work! If this turns out correct, Bolivar is a real curveball. Also it looks like there are 22 portraits there, rather than 18, so this could extend beyond vanilla.
 

dnoisette

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There seems to be more than 18 leaders but I thought the game would only come out with 18 base civs? :confused:
 

stealth_nsk

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Great detective work! If this turns out correct, Bolivar is a real curveball. Also it looks like there are 22 portraits there, rather than 18, so this could extend beyond vanilla.

They've already announced DLC after vanilla (to come into deluxe), so likely these 6 are for those.

I think I see Simon Bolivar. Fourth in top row.

Simon Bolivar surely deserves his place in history, but how his civilization could be named?
 

Eagle Pursuit

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Also, someone in the other thread suggested alphabetical order by civ.

It makes sense. It starts with America and Arabia. Rome is next to Russia, and the last is Sumeria.
 

DeutschDachs

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I'd wager the third line is Pericles of Greece, Gandhi of India, Hojo of Japan, Mansa Musa of Mali, and Genghis Khan of the Mongols
 
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