Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by nunor, Jul 12, 2016.
Btw I bet Firaxis is looking at this thread laughing at us
Doubt it as we have confirmed all the leaders but two.
It is really just B5 and D5 who is unconfirmed.
Indeed - edited my post when I realised that despite having a PhD I don't know my ABCs
not saying laughing bc we wrong but just be we spending time do this
Where's the picture for Barbarossa? I only saw a description of him on here
EDIT: Nvm I found it
Oh man if they don't make Hannibal the leader of Carthage, I'll be disappointed
I bet they are laughing and making a memo to their employees saying "Picture and video taking is not allowed inside the office until October 22nd."
There's no Carthage on the wall.
can we get updated list? maybe linked to the OP by a Mod?
Frankly if we make it to tomorrow and still haven't nailed the last two identities I think they'll be disappointed
I just linked it to you in my last post. D:
On a somewhat unrelated note, I don't think I've ever seen a thread explode like this one has.
It's not quite alphabetical but b5 looks "kind of" like Tamar of Georgia.
B5 could be Tamar of Georgia? An European woman with yellow clothes and a white veil fits most depictions of her, althogh I couldn't find a matching picture.
Edit: That timing.
So lets finish B5 and D5-E1.
B5, the strongest pick is Ghana Empire as Mali and Songhai are not in.
D5: Look like a woman leading a country that have a name between Scy and Sp.
E1: Man who lead a country that have name between Sp and Su.
Likely some native american civilization will make it into the game, but maybe not in the base game?
It does look something like her. She's missing her crown, though, in the Firaxis image.
B5 doesn't look african though. I don't know much about Ghana but I'd expect black skin (maybe I'm wrong).
Hmmm, so guesses at the new Civs would be Ghana, Kongo, Scythia, and one more
I think those would be really great choices, I'm excited to read about Kongo and Scythia, I already read all about Ghana
Georgia would fit if it was typoed as "Gorgia"
Separate names with a comma.