- Feb 25, 2019
Come on guys, tell me it wouldn't be fun?? He can take the place of like a modern day Shaka. Give him some Nuke bonus. Loads of people killed people and became leaders in Civ.
Depending on for how much longer The War will be waged, I'd reckon there's a decent chance we'll get a Rus' Civ, as opposed to a Russian one.He'll keep being an obvious option for modders, but not official content.
I mean, you can be certain they'll be extra careful with which leader they pick for Russia in Civ VII. If the chances for Stalin were extremely low before, they are non-existent now due to current events.
As delighted as that would make me, it feels like wading into a political minefield, given that both Russia and Ukraine (reasonably and legitimately) claim descent from Rus'. If anything, I expect a more aggressive, villainous Russia led by Ivan IV--and while he's not my first choice, I'll welcome any break from Enlightenment or Soviet Russia. (Though I will be put out if our only representative of the Orthodox world until we get either Byzantium or Ethiopia is a slavering filicidal psychopath.)Depending on for how much longer The War will be waged, I'd reckon there's a decent chance we'll get a Rus' Civ, as opposed to a Russian one.
Kyivan Rus', that is.
That hypothesis is impossible to prove and completely ignores the existence of nationalism that was blossoming across Europe in Napoleon's lifetime.As I figured eons ago while in small school, if Napoleon would have unified Europe in his time, there would not have been the two world wars. He was a visionaire.
Nations don't require nation-states to exist (see, for example, Kurdish nationalism, Assyrian nationalism, Tibetan nationalism, pre-1948 Zionism, etc.); the Napoleonic conquest would not have prevented the spread of nationalism. If anything, a successful Napoleonic conquest would have given way to a series of bloody revolutions (including in France, where bloody revolutions are never out of style). If it didn't happen during Napoleon's lifetime, it would have happened ten seconds after his heart stopped beating, as usually happens with the empires of charismatic megalomaniacs. Thinking that one century of bloodshed could prevent another century of bloodshed is wishful thinking with no historical evidence to back it up.Well, several states, nationalisms, vs. one state, and nationalisms decaying. The equation is pretty clear.
First, for Napoleon to unify Europe would have required a World War, so at most his efforts might have eliminated one of the two 'World Wars'.Well, several states, nationalisms, vs. one state, and nationalisms decaying. The equation is pretty clear.
But Hitler cannot be a German leader never, it's incomparable what Stalin does and the Nazi german does... The Nazis want the vanish of the Jew people and communism is from the philosophy of all humans have rights, they even aid anti-colonial war in Africa and Asia.By that logic, Hitler should be able to lead Germany.