Hello everybody. Let's talk about alternative leaders, a mechanism that had in Civ4 and was brought to Civ6, this time leaders can add different flavors to each civilization. I made a selection of thirty notable leaders, some of them quite requested here, and in this poll you can choose seven of them, for we check on their popularity and which of them are the most good options to have in Civ6. Sure, there are a limited number of slots and many leaders have been left out of the selection, but you are free to tell which are the other leaders you would like to have in Civ6. My choices were: 1. I chose Ramesses II because it is the first that comes to mind when I think of ancient Egypt. And Egypt is screaming desperately for an alternative leader. Hatshepsut would also be very interesting. 2. China is also screaming for another leader, and there are so many good options that it's hard to decide. I chose Yongle Emperor, especially since I find the Ming dynasty the most interesting period in Chinese history. I could have picked Kublai Khan, but I think it would be weird to have him and Genghis Khan in one match. 3. Although Charlemagne would be quite interesting, I chose Otto von Bismarck because it would bring a more industrial/modern feel to Germany. And he would be a diplomatic leader. 4. I love Catherine, but I think she would be a bit like Peter, so I chose Ivan the Terrible, he would bring a more distinct flavor to Russia, probably being a militaristic leader. Catharine can return to base game in Civ7. 5. Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan is interesting, being a bit militaristic and trade-focused arab leader. Although Harun al-Rashid is also a good choice. 6. Khosrow I is probably the best leader to represent Sasanian Persia. 7. While Philip II is religious, a more exploration-focused Spain would be interesting, so I chose Isabella I of Castile.