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Guess the leaders traits

Discussion in 'Civ - Ideas & Suggestions' started by Denkt, Jul 12, 2016.

  1. Denkt

    Denkt Left permamently

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    As we now know which leaders that will be in the game why not try to guess the leaders traits:

    Henry IV: I think his trait will be the edict of Nates which give you the advantages of every religion in each your cities. As a leader he will likely be very diplomatic and avoid war if possible.
     
  2. moysturfurmer

    moysturfurmer Emperor

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    Gilgamesh: Gain +X culture in all cities for every DoF/Pact/Alliance you have with people you have went to war with.
     
  3. Morningcalm

    Morningcalm Keeper of Records

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    Alfonso of Kongo: Aims for religious victory. Builds many faith based districts. Probably gains some science benefits to go along with the religious benefits.

    Tomyris of Scythia: Respects those who fight just wars, HATES those who invade with no cassis belli. Gains defensive bonus?

    Jadwiga of Poland: Likes to make alliances and encourage friendly relations among all civs, but will also use alliances to defend against attacks. (Likely is some Civ bonus making players gain some benefit from allying with Poland).

    Edit: Oops, thought this was an agenda thread.
     
  4. Primacide

    Primacide Settler

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    Emperor Nero of Rome:

    Oh you just don't want to know...
     
  5. Haig

    Haig Deity

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    Barbarossa: Some sort of Crusade agenda and militaristic trait? Maybe even a knight UU..
     
  6. BornInTheLoo

    BornInTheLoo Warlord

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    Maybe some agenda against meddling with "his" city states, since he spent half his life subduing the city states on the Italian peninsula?
     
  7. Socrates99

    Socrates99 Bottoms up!

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    Peace of the Land- seeks to ally with all city states on his continent, is angered when city states are drawn into war or attacked.

    Maybe?
     
  8. Ezumiyr

    Ezumiyr Warlord

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    If it is Catherine de Médicis instead, it would be a Renaissance-oriented trait, like Patron of the Arts.
    Could also be diplomatic, since she appeased the protestant/catholic conflict in France.
     
  9. Sonmi

    Sonmi Chieftain

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    I'm not sure I'd call the events of the Saint-Bartholomew "appeasement".
     
  10. Eagle Pursuit

    Eagle Pursuit Scir-Gerefa

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    So remember the Polish article from the late May press event where the author said he saw a Polish building (Sukiennice) in the game? I guess he was right.
     
  11. moysturfurmer

    moysturfurmer Emperor

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    So are we thinking Sukiennice is a wonder or that Cloth Hall is a market replacement?
     
  12. Eagle Pursuit

    Eagle Pursuit Scir-Gerefa

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    That author said it was an economic building.
     
  13. uhcougar31

    uhcougar31 Chieftain

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    They've released all of the Leaders? Where is this? I've seen nothing other than the five initially shown.
     
  14. HanNorwood

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    A screen shot from the video where Firaxis showed off their development team was found, and it has a poster on the wall with what appears to be 22 heads/images of leaders. So far we've identified all but 2 of them in the "All Leader Portraits" thread.
     
  15. Sonmi

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    All but three, I'd say.

    B5, C5, and E1 are still uncertain.
     
  16. HanNorwood

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    It looks like we've decided E1 is Philip. Of course, the presence of Isabella presents an issue there. :twitch:
     
  17. uhcougar31

    uhcougar31 Chieftain

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    I'm on it! Thanks!
     
  18. eMeM

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    He also said he didn't play Poland and couldn't get any info about it from the devs, so either it was some kind of a bug that allowed him to see unique building from a Civ outside of the presentation roster (USA, China, Egipt, Japan) or sukiennice isn't a unique building.
     
  19. altayrneto

    altayrneto Prince

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    Jadwiga (Poland) - Bonus to missionaries and apostles (can spread religion faster). Agenda: Likes who follows the same religion, and try to convert who doesn't (don't necessarily dislikes them)
     
  20. JtW

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    Or he took some time going through the Civilopedia.

    The Cloth Hall is definitely an interesting choice, although looking at Polish history as a whole, I think some form of Granary replacement would be more fitting. Polish economy depended on wheat exports to western Europe at the peak of its power.

    Jadwiga was known for funding monasteries so she might have some bonus to religious building construction. If we go with altayrneto's idea, I would make it "religion spreads faster to allied civs" (given that Lithuania became Catholic under her rule).
     

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