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Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by nunor, Jul 12, 2016.

  1. Bast

    Bast Protector of Cats

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    I think it's Sweden. C5 is southeast Asian and B5 is unknown.
     
  2. TheMarshmallowBear

    TheMarshmallowBear Benelovent Chieftain of the BearKingdom

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    Four of those leaders are leaders that aren't going to be in the base game.

    Brazil, Sweden and few others could very well be just a planned DLC.
     
  3. tmacdec

    tmacdec Chieftain

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    B5 is probably the golden hoard, kinda looks Mongolian and works with the alphabetical order
     
  4. Red Menace

    Red Menace Prepare to be Menaced

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    stop asking questions.
    yes but I think the first DLC's should be better than Brazil, or poland, now Scythia I can see being a DLC or Sumeria (but I hope not) I think it would sell better if they used more interesting Civs.
     
  5. tmacdec

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    Aztecs are confirmed to be pre-order only, future dlc. So technically the game will launch with 19 civs
     
  6. Antagonise

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    Hard to tell, but C5 looks more African than Turkish/Persian to me. Alphabetically could be Mali, Mossi, Mutapa or Nigeria potentially? Would be strange to not have either Ottomans or Persia though, so still likely one of those two. Another African civ would be brill mind.
     
  7. tmacdec

    tmacdec Chieftain

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    I think C5 is a statue of the God king Xerxes
     
  8. illathid

    illathid Chieftain

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    Agreed!
     
  9. tmacdec

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    But B5 is definitely The Golden Hoard. My guess is Kublait Khan
     
  10. Antagonise

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    Now you mention it I can definitely see it being a statue. This is a good shout.

    Golden Horde I agree with as well, but Kublai wouldn't really make much sense. Batu maybe.
     
  11. tmacdec

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    Could D5 be Isabella of Sicily
     
  12. tmacdec

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    D5 is Isabella of Castile, for some reason I can't post the picture. Most likely Sicily is the last civ
     
  13. Sikandar

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    Having examined Sasanian coins on Google images, I think C5 might be Ardashir, Shapur, orsome other Sasanian king of Persia.
     
  14. magha77

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    I think C5 is more likely to be an old Persian style miniature drawing of Shah Abbas. Would be an interesting change, and would require a whole new set of attributes and unit. As for B5- definitely could've the Golden Horde.
     
  15. KingDynamo

    KingDynamo Doctor of Skulkery

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    Been lurking for ages, here to give my two cents. :p

    C5 to me looks like someone on horseback, left hand on the rein and right hand holding a sword and pointing it forward towards the right side of the picture. Being of Korean descent, I keep seeing the figure wearing a Korean helmet, but I know Persia's been appearing in vanilla since Civ 2 and I can also easily imagine the figure being Persian. (I sure do hope it's Korea though :undecide:)

    I'd done a few simple searches on possible candidates for these two civs but failed hardcore. Just wanted to throw you guys some ideas and see if anyone agrees with me and would continue the hunt. :p

    B5 is most probably the Goths. Looks like a statue to me.
     
  16. tmacdec

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    I actually think B5 is already rendered, like A1, Goths fit the alphabetical system, but that hat is clearly Mongolian, to me at least. But if B5 is the Goths, and your right about C5 having a horse than Mongolia would be in line. What do you think about D5 being Sicily?
     
  17. The Specialize

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    Mongolian looking hat and alphebitical ruling makes B5 seem like it could Very well be Goguryeo whose military wore helmets similar to what the Steppe nomads wore. I'd personally be very happy if it does end up Goguryeo as I have great interest in Korea's Three Kingdom period.

    One thing is there really isn't much art of Goguryeo Kings so really hard to tell off that.
     
  18. DJ_Tanner

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    Its Isabella of Portugal (a Spanish leader) who is likely just the wrong google image of Isabella of Castile.
     
  19. tmacdec

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    Google Isabella of Castile, that exact image is used, plus
    going with the alphabetical system Sicily works, the next image E1 is definitely Philip II so there's your Spain, unless they have two Spanish leaders. She is the daughter of Isabella of Portugal so they probably looked a lot alike
     
  20. DJ_Tanner

    DJ_Tanner Warlord

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    Doesn't make that any less of a picture of Isabella of Portugal.

    As I said its likely a misfire on their part and was always supposed to be Isabella of Castile but its still a painting of Isabella of Portugal.
     

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