Catherine/France (Mag)  Cleopatra/Egypt  Cyrus/Persia  Gitarja/Indonesia  Gorgo/Greece  Hojo Tokimune/Japan  Jayavarman/Khmer  Kristina/Sweden  Kupe/Maori  Matthias Corvinus/Hungary  Mansa Musa/Mali  Menelik/Ethiopia  Mvemba a Nzinga/Kongo  Pedro/Brazil  Pericles/Greece  Peter/Russia  Qin Shi Huang/China  Tamar/Georgia  Teddy Roosevelt/America (BM)  Trajan/Rome  Wilfrid Laurier/Canada  22 (21+1) Teddy Roosevelt/America (BM) There has already been a lot said about him. The only point I would like to make is that while everyone dismissed Film Studio the fact is that if he was in a culture war with someone like Greece he at least has a late age power card to play. I would also like to point out that the +5 combat strength on home continent is very handy for surviving the early game, especially at the higher difficulties. 1 (4-3)Tamar/Georgia. While Georgia does have a few things going for them I feel like the must be at the bottom of this list currently. Personally I found them the be surprisingly interesting to play, so this isn't a 'Georgia sucks' downvote. Tourism from walls is nice but not necessarily that powerful. And comes into play a bit late. Other civs that have a bonus towards wonders and earlier districts are going to be earning great writers/artists sooner and start early tourism. I would likely be going for Religous/Diplomatic or maybe even domination before culture victory with them. I even think Mali has it better than Georgia because with their high income they can buy great works - though to be honest I haven't played Mali.