Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Laurana Kanan, May 18, 2021.
What happens when there is the final leader left who won?
They become FXS' Twitter persona for a month.
Let's get ready for a lot of Gilgameshes used in the third person
6 alternate leaders added for that civ ! I wish lol
That would make me delighted that Sumer had won. We could have Gudea, Ur-Nammu, Kuĝbau, Shulgi, Lugalanda, and Naram-Sin.
On the other hand, if Rome succeeds on its slim chance at winning the entire competition, then the community's comfort civ is about to get a whole lot more comfortable
No expert on Roman history, but these would be my choices: Augustus, Marcus Aurelius, Hadrian, Nerva (aaaaaaand that's the last of the Five Good Emperors), and Constantine with the ability to lead Byzantium because why not
I find your like of Septimius Severus disturbing.
What about Spartacus? With a special scenario "The Rise of the Slaves".
Let’s have them ALL! Mwahhahaha!
The OP has been updated with a new bracket showing the Final matchups. Additionally, I've added a Round 3 Semi-Final winners banner, winners videos, and individual final voting results for your perusal.
I'm good with Gilgabro. Hes kind of boring to play but I always love meeting him as an AI.
So I like Rome. It's a powerful civ in the game and an interesting one historically. But this competition, to me, seems less about power and more about the popularity/charisma of the leaders. As such, I'm pretty surprised that Trajan is not only in the final two, but is currently edging out Gilgamesh... Trajan is not particularly interesting relative to other leaders.
True, but he beat Hojo in the semis, who, for my money, is the least interesting leader to interact with. He's so intensely wooden.
Really? I enjoy interacting with Hojo. Sure, he's not as dynamic as some leaders, but not every leader needs to chicken hop in your face. Honestly, Monty, no leader needs to chicken hop in one's face, no matter how many luxuries I have that you don't.
... which, by the way, is fairly accurate of the Japanese importance of not displaying publicly your feelings and keep 'face'
Very much so.
I find Trajan, and Rome as a whole, to be the basic vanilla civ with not as much flavor as all the other civs and leaders, not that free roads and monuments are bad.
I genuinely want to understand how Trajan won. I'm not being salty here, I am genuinely confused as to how Trajan won. I mean, his personality isn't bad, but is it really comparable to Kupe or Gilgabro?
Has he won, now? Let's be honest, he's won 75% on being Rome who everyone recognises and has some affinity for, at least in the West.
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