Leader: Phillip the Second Leader Ability: El Escorial. All units receive +4 CS against Civs with a different Religion. Inquisitors gain +1 Charge, are usually not expected, and are equipped with fear, surprise, ruthless efficiency, an almost fanatical dedication to the Pope and nice red uniforms. Civ Ability: Treasure Fleet. Okay, deep breath... You get Fleets and Armadas at Mercantilism not Nationalism and Mobilisation, internal trade routes between cities on different continents get +1 Food and +1 Production, and international trade routes to cities on different continents get +6 Gold and Missions give Loyalty as described below. Unique Unit (Civ): Conquistador. Children of the Sun, See your time has just begun, Searching for your ways, through adventures every day; Every day and night, with the Condor in flight, with all your friends in tow, we search for the Cities of Gold ... Ah ahahahaha, wishing for the Cities of Gooooold ... Ah ahahaha Someday we will find the ... er. Sorry. I mean. Unique Melee Unit which replaces the Musket Man (Unlocks at Gunpowder). Melee Strength 55, Movement 2, Maintenance 4. +10 Combat Strength if Religious Unit is in the same tile (including unexpected Inquisitors). Cities Covert to your Religion (if you've founded one) if it captures a city or is adjacent to a City when capture. ... do-do do do do, ah ah ah, do-do do do do Cities of Gold... Unique Infrastructure: Mission (Impossible). Unique Improvement (requires one Builder Charge). Unlocks at Exploration. +2 Faith, +2 Faith on a Foreign Continent, +2 Science if next to a Campus, +2 Science (Cultural Heritage), and (via El Escorial) +2 Loyalty if built on a Foreign Continent and Adjacent to a City Centre. [Can you have more than one per City? Does the Loyalty Stack?] Leader Agenda: Counter Reformer. Likes Civs that are the same Religion as him; dislikes Civs that follow different Religions; also very keen on capturing a young Incan girl and two young boys accompanying her with some very interesting jewellery. Suggested Reading List: This post. Also this post. Notes: Travelling next week, so posting this one early. Enjoy. I may have talked myself into playing them with all this Cities of Gold stuff. God I hope there is a decent patch soon... You know, this has actually aged very well. And so has this, although maybe should have done that one for Greece... or maybe France? Also this and this. Cracks me up. Turn up the bass. Previous CotW: Ancient: The Full Monty, Cree, Gilgabro, Greece, Hiccup Horrendous Haddock (Harold) the Third, Nubia, Egypt Classical: Kongo, Point Break, Price of Persia, Rome, Sythia, Medieval: China, Georgia, India, Japan, Khmer, Mongolia, Poland, Zulu; Renaissance: Indonesia, Netherlands.