Why is there so much focus on colours? Only Civ V strongly tied civ colours to national colours - in Civ VI they seem to have started doing more of that (even to the extent of changing Australia's) but many of the colour selections still seem to be more or less chosen at random. Are these leader behaviours linked to agendas a new thing with the expansion? I heard something on one of the streams about each AI now having an 'AI preference', which is hopefully a sign that the civs will be displaying more personality from now on - and hopefully more consistency with their own agendas. They were never needed in the first place - the Celts are an artifact culture, not a coherent civilisation, and their broad relevance on the scale of a game like Civ is questionable. There's no reason they should ever have been in the game. That hasn't stopped them being in every version since Civ II. My concern is that Scotland doesn't rule out bringing them back - only Civ V even had a strong Scottish component to the city list, so they could come back in fully blobby form with very few changes.