I feel like the alternative leaders mechanic has been underused. As of Gathering Storm we'll have only 3 alternative leaders for 42 civilisations, surely we could have some more? I've been thinking of alternative leaders I'd like to see and abilities they could have. These 2 are for Rome just because Roman history is an area I'm very knowledgeable on, and Trajan isn't a favourite Emperor of mine. I'd like to see Augustus and/or Constantine in Civ VI, I think both could really change the way you play Rome as well as represent 2 of the really great Roman Emperors. The abilities I'd like to see for each are as follows, and I'll explain the history and idea for them. Augustus Leader Ability: Pax Romana - After successfully winning a war or winning an emergency, your cities get +100% production for 10 turns. Idea: I had initially thought of a "City of Marble" ability giving you construction bonuses to early wonders and districts, but really it would supersede Trajan's ability being a construction ability, so I thought of this. The idea being Augustus brought in the Pax Romana, an enforced peace, and that you should be rewarded with the fruits of creating an enforced peace. This would encourage you to really get involved in wars and diplomacy, enforcing peace either with conquest or neutralising threatening foreign powers. I think it would be good as Rome while being very militaristic historically doesn't have any domination bonuses beyond the legion. Constantine Leader Ability: In This Sign You Will Conquer - Conquering a city immediately converts it to your religion. +100% religious pressure from any conquered city. Idea: Constantine is known for being the first Christian Emperor and winning civil wars to end the tetrarchy and take power as the sole Emperor. With this in mind, a conquest/religious ability makes the most sense for him. I think this would be really good to give Rome, and allow you to play them totally differently from Trajan going for a religious victory. I think both of these would encourage you to play Rome differently, especially Constantine. Does anyone else think like me and think that more alternative leaders would be a great idea?