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[R&F] To which Civilizations from Rise and Fall and Gathering Storm would you give an alternate Leader?

Discussion in 'Civ - Ideas & Suggestions' started by Duke William of Normandy, Mar 17, 2021.

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Choose up to Four Leaders.

  1. Canada

  2. Cree

  3. Georgia

  4. Hungary

  5. Inca

  6. Mali

  7. Maori

  8. Mapuche

  9. Mongolia

  10. Netherlands

  11. Ottomans

  12. Phoenicia

  13. Scotland

  14. Sweden

  15. Zulu

  16. Korea

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  1. Duke William of Normandy

    Duke William of Normandy King of England & Unofficial Welcoming Committee

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    Continuing on and inspired by @AntSou's thread, go check it out here.

    This is a copy-paste from that thread:
    If you were given the option of up to four new Alt Leaders for Civilization 6 in future Non-NFP content, which Civs would you rather have represented?

    It's too late for this to affect Civ 6's production. If Firaxis has plans to release Alt Leaders for Civ 6, they already are... well, planned. So the purpose is just to weigh Civfanatics preferences.

    All R&F and GS Civs added, including those which already have alts (+1) and personas (+0.5). Select up to four and comment on which alts you'd like to see.
     
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  2. Ryansinbela

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  3. Duke William of Normandy

    Duke William of Normandy King of England & Unofficial Welcoming Committee

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    Damn it! :cringe:
     
  4. Ryansinbela

    Ryansinbela Prince

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    It’s fine
    I chose
    Mali (Sundiata)
    Phoenicia (Hannibal)
    Netherlands (William)
    Korea (Sejong, Yi Sun-Sin or Gwanggaetto) (maybe not the latter because Seondeok represents the Three Kingdoms period)
     
  5. Henri Christophe

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    Inca, Mali e Zulu.

    Inca because I'm tired of Pachacuti, we can have his son Tupac Yupanqui who travelled around Pacific Ocean with some marine Unique Unit or a Marine agenda to a Inca
    The same navigator touths about Mali's emperor before Mansa Musa. Akbar I guess


    And Zulu would be fun see Chetswayo, a Pacific leader, leading with the Zulus once.
     
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  7. Duke William of Normandy

    Duke William of Normandy King of England & Unofficial Welcoming Committee

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    Forgot to add that Mongolia has 2 Alternate Leaders, so... oops. :p
     
  8. Ryansinbela

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    Keep that for next time (mistakes exist to know what not to do)
     
  9. Duke William of Normandy

    Duke William of Normandy King of England & Unofficial Welcoming Committee

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    These are my choices and why I decided on them:

    Canada: Samuel de Champlain, to give Canada a bit more justice than the polite Civilization. :p
    Inca: As @Henri Christophe said, Tupac Yupanqui is an interesting choice, although scholars doubt he actually went as far as the legends claim and guess that he probably went only to the Galapagos Islands.
    Netherlands: William the Silent, because he's always a win. :D
    Ottomans: Changed my mind about Hungary: There's Mehmed II, Bayezid the Thunderbolt, Selim I, etc.
     
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    Won't confirm now. Maybe, but will think about it.
     
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    some videos about Tupac Yupanqui voyage, I don't know if it is true, but just have an Inca with Marine features should be amazing
     
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    Germany
    Germany
    Germany
    And
    Germany

    I’m an idiot that cannot into reading titles

    leaving this post as a cautionary tale and amusement value
     
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    Germany is from Vanila
     
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    Hungary: Maria Theresa :mischief:
    Inca: Huayna Capac
    Sweden: Gustavus Adolphus
    Korea: Gawnggaeto the Great OR Taejo of Goryeo (Wang Geon)

    I seriously considered David the Builder for Georgia, but let's be honest: Georgia is in the game for one reason only, and that reason is Tamar. :queen:
     
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    This was a hard one as I really don't feel compelled that many of these civs, let along 4 need another one, but I voted anyway for some.

    Hungary- Maria Theresa was Queen of Hungary. :)
    Inca- Huyana Capac- My original choice for the leader of the Inca.
    Phoenicia- Hannibal Barca- Do we need more elephant units? Probably not but I wouldn't mind them.
    Scotland- I don't have any ideas of who I would want to lead them but considering Robert's ability is my least favorite, either it should change or get another leader. I guess James VI who could have an ability around absorbing another civilization to lead, unless that sounds too much like Eleanor? :mischief:

    Honorable mention to Canada- Samuel de Champlain leading colonial Canada sounds interesting but I felt like it would take away the Cree's niche. The Ottomans also have good choices but another leader would take away a unique governor, which is the most interesting thing about them, not to mention the janissaries. :shifty:
     
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    Macbeth, obviously. Pair him with James VI and I for hilarity. :shifty:
     
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    I don't think Champlain should look that much like Poundmaker, actually. Yes, superficially there are similarities, but Champlain should emphasize exploration and securing luxury resources (looking for fur, of course, but also all the interest in rare minerals and everything) and play into Canada's diplomacy-and-culture strengths, so would as a result be pretty different from Poundmaker.
     

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