Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by bite, Oct 12, 2016.
I just saw this-
Are alternate leaders returning?
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I'm glad dual leaders are back, been missing them since Civ IV.
Finally its official, so now the question is will Greece's capital changes to Sparta when we play as Gorgo?
Interesting. The colour appears to be different.
But why would they give Barbarossa grey then. D:
Yes!! It is now official what we suspected for awhile, that civ6 will have multiple leaders per civ. Excellent! It will be so great to be able to play the same civ but with a slightly different focus. Gorgo looks great and her military focus that gives culture is very good.
Can't watch it with sound but Gorgo looks AWESOME.
Meh, I mean, to me it seems that endeavoring to create multiple leaders has just led to creating in this case one leader that is mechanically boring. The video doesn't make her seem that distinct from Pericles, which is mildly troubling, because I assume that the video would be over-emphasizing differences in order to show how great this feature is.
I could be wrong though.
Ah, red and light blue borders. I wonder if they have a Lambda instead of Omega.
Well, it's basically the aztecs UA from civ V ...
Look at the breast jiggle @0:36 - 0:44 - beautiful.
Now that that's out of the way... I'm glad capacity for multiple leaders has finally been confirmed.
I noticed that too. So color is bound to the leader not to the civ?
It seems like Sparta is the capital. I like that.
On the bus. A written list would be appreciated. I assume it's the same as the leaked information.
Yes, it is (Sparta as capital). You can see it clearly in the video.
It does. Their border colors also change, as well as the Hoplites' uniforms, which is a nice aesthetic touch.
Judging from 0:25 mark, yes.
So she is in a base game and not bundled in a scenario-DLC? Kinda surprised, but ok. Still would prefer Leonidas or Alexander for military-themed Greece
well I am blind, that's one of the first thing they showed in the video lol, but this new color scheme, isn't it too similar to England's?
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