The Pueblo Pack includes:
The Pueblo civilization led by Po'pay
Two brand new resources: Adobe and Yucca
Two brand new Wonders: Cliff Palace and Hale Aliʻi ʻIolani
Two brand new Natural Wonders: Grand Canyon and Yellowstone
Two new terrain features: Canyons and Geysers
The Pueblo Pack requires either R&F or GS.
New Civilization: Pueblo
Intro: Mystical Po'pay, leader of the Tewa Pueblo, you may be feared by your enemies as a practitioner of witchcraft, but your people know you as a liberator. Your cliffside cities may grow tall and proud under your rule, and they will remain loyal to you, leader of the rebellion, so long as you govern them well. Keep them safe, and perhaps you may finally achieve your dream of uniting the southwest under the rule of Po'pay the great.
Detailed approach: A defensive, Cultural civilization, the Pueblo led by Po'pay are ferocious contenders in any game. By settling near Canyons, the Pueblo can protect their cities from invaders and make the best out of difficult terrain. A compact empire is preferrable, as cities without Governors are almost non-functional, whereas cities with Governors gain massive yields. The Pueblo reach their peak in the Classical Era, when they can easily amass large and productive cities. They can easily compete for a Cultural or Scientific Victory, with a Religious Victory within reach.
Civilization ability: Anasazi
All units can enter Canyon tiles. Cities can be founded on Canyon tiles if adjacent to at least one non-canyon or District tile. Districts can be built on Canyon tiles. Canyon tiles provide cities with +7 Combat Strength, and cost 2 MP to enter. Enemy units can enter Canyon tiles if there is a District on that tile. +3 Food and +2 Gold from Canyon tiles. Canyon tiIes provide a minor adjacency bonus to all Districts.
Leader ability: Popé's Rebellion
Start the game with a Governor title. Cities with Governors gain +7 Loyalty and +10% to all yields. +3 Combat Strength for units within the territory of one of your cities with a Governor. Cities without Governors receive -10 Loyalty and -15% to all yields. Entering a new Era grants a free Governor title, which increases by 1 every time you are the first to enter said Era. If all Governors have been earned and have all Promotions, all Governors can be earned another time.
Leader agenda: Bupinggeh
Tries to settle near or on Canyons, and likes those who leave those areas to him. Dislikes civilizations that also settle near Canyons.
Starting bias: Tier One toward Canyons.
Unique unit: Chiffoneti
Unique civilian unit. Unlocked with Drama and Poetry. Obselete with Cold War (GS only). Must be purchased with Faith. 300 Faith cost (scales). May perform rituals in friendly cities. Performing rituals provides a burst of Culture and Loyalty in the target city: 25 Culture and 5 Loyalty if in a Theater Square, Water Park, or Government Plaza for every building in the District (including the District itself); 50 Culture, 10 Loyalty, and 5 Faith if in a Holy Site or Entertainment Complex for every building in the District (including the District itself); 100 Culture, 50 Loyalty, and 25 Faith if on a Wonder. Rituals have varying degrees of effectiveness, with the following potential results:
Tier Six: Greatly Pleased Kachinas. Yields from this ritual are increased by 50%. All buildings in this District permanently provide +1 Food per turn. This unit levels up. Base chance of earning this tier is 1.5%.
Tier Five: Pleased Kachinas. Yields from this ritual are increased by 25%. This District permanently provides +1 Food per turn. This unit levels up. Base chance of earning this tier is 7.5%.
Tier Four: Appeased Kachinas. Yields from this ritual are increased by 12.5%. This city earns +1 Population. Base chance of earning this tier is 13%.
Tier Three: Pacified Kachinas. Yields from this ritual remain the same. Base chance of earning this tier is 32%.
Tier Two: Displeased Kachinas. Yields from this ritual are decreased by 12.5%. This unit dies. Base chance of earning this tier is 28%.
Tier One: Offended Kachinas. Yields from this ritual are decreased by 25%. This unit dies. Base chance of earning this tier is 18%.
Every time a Chiffoneti levels up, they become more likely to earn higher Tiers. In addition, their base Ritual yields increase by 5%. There is no limit to the number of times they can level up. Every time they do level up, they become 0.5% more likely to earn Tiers Five and Six, and 0.5% less likely to earn Tiers One and Two.
Unique infrastructure: Kiva
Replaces Arena. 115 Production cost. +3 Amenities. +1 Amenity for every two Canyon tiles in this city. +1 Culture. +1 additional Culture (with Mysticism). +1 additional Culture (with Political Philosophy). +2 Housing.
Capital: Ohkay Owingeh
Po'pay speaks Tiwa.
Agenda-based approval: “The flatlands, the hills, the mountains, the coasts. All are yours. I do not care.”
Agenda-based disapproval: “Stay away from my homeland, the birthright of the Pueblo.”
Attacked: “Now you will find out why our enemies call us Anasazi!”
Declares War: “It was a pleasure to know you. Wait, no. It wasn't.”
Defeated: “From the moment I met you, you were the enemy of the Pueblo. I was too late to realize that."
Greeting: “I am Po'pay of Ohkay Owingeh. I hope we may come to respect each other.”
Quote from Civilopedia: “The God of the Christians is dead. He was made of rotten wood.”
Sends Delegation: “A freshly created bowl filled with maize has been delivered to you. Do not refuse it. It is very good.”
Accepts Delegation From Player: “Have your people never seen a city in a cliff before? They gawked at every building and house.”
Rejects Delegation From Player: “If only I trusted you.”
Accepts Player's Declaration of Friendship: “I believe your intentions to be honest.”
Rejects Player's Declaration of Friendship: “What would the Pueblo get out of this?”
Requests Declaration of Friendship: “I trust you with not just my life, but the lives of my people.”
Denounced by Player: “I will call the full force of the kachinas upon your head!”
Denounces Player: “The kachinas despise you with every fiber of their beings!”
Invitation to Capital: “I hail from Ohkay Owingeh, a beautiful village that is home to many strong people. Can you say the same about your home?”
Invitation to City: “Visit the kiva at our nearest city. Learn to adopt our ways.”
Type: Bonus Resource
Found on: Desert, Desert (Hills), Plains, Plains (Hills)
Yields: +1 Production
Harvested for: 20 Culture (with Masonry)
Type: Bonus Resource
Found on: Desert, Desert (Hills), Desert (Floodplains)
Yields: +3 Food
Harvested for: 20 Food (with Pottery)
Name: Cliff Palace
Unlocked with: Medieval Faires
Production cost: 710
Effect: All Canyon tiles in this city provide +3 Food, +3 Gold, +3 Culture, and +3 Faith, regardless of whether they have Districts, improvements, or Wonders on them or not. +3 Housing. Must be built on a Canyon tile adjacent to the City Center.
Name: Hale Aliʻi ʻIolani
Unlocked with: Sanitation
Production cost: 920
Effect: +2 Culture and +2 Food from all Coast tiles across your empire. +20% to all yields for cities with four or less land tiles within their borders. Must be built on the coast adjacent to the Capital.
New Natural Wonders:
Name: Grand Canyon
Terrain type: Canyon
Size: Four tiles
Effect: Each tile can be worked for +2 Food, +2 Gold, and +2 Culture. Provides +2 Appeal to adjacent tiles.
Terrain type: Geyser
Size: Two tiles
Effect: Each tile can be worked for +4 Culture and +2 Faith. Provides +3 Appeal to adjacent tiles, instead of the usual +2.
New Terrain Features:
Found on: Desert, Grassland
May Contain: River
Movement cost: Impassible
Combat Modifier: N/A
Yields: +1 Food
Appeal bonus: +1
Found on: Desert, Plains
Movement cost: 1 MP
Combat Modifier: -3 Combat Strength
Yields: +2 Faith, +1 Culture
Appeal bonus: +1 Appeal
Ol' Faithful: Build a District adjacent to Yellowstone with an adjacency bonus of 8 or more.
They Built A City In A Cliff: Win a regular game as Po'pay.
We All Float Down Here: Perform rituals with a Chiffoneti in a city with a Sewer.