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Capital (Civ6)

Rio de Janeiro, the Brazilian capital, is receiving benefits from many city-states.

Your Capital6 Capital is the city that contains your Palace, the center of your empire and your power as ruler. As the capital is your civilization's first and greatest city, it is usually the most glorious and productive city in your empire, and a conqueror's greatest prize!

The first city you settle will automatically become your Capital6 Capital at the beginning of the game, and is also considered your "original capital" for the purposes of a Domination Victory - to win in this manner, you must control both your original capital and all other players' original capitals. If your capital is captured, the Palace (as well as the Capital6 Capital status) will move to your next largest city.

In addition to the bonuses it receives from the Palace, the Capital6 Capital is the only city that benefits when you have 1 or 2 Envoy6 Envoys at a city-state. There are also some Policy Cards, such as God King, Colonial Offices, and Colonial Taxes, that affect either the Capital6 Capital or cities located on a continent different from the Capital6 Capital's continent.

Capitals Edit

Civilization Capital
American Washington
Arabian Cairo
Australian Canberra
Aztec Tenochtitlan
Brazilian Rio de Janeiro
Byzantine Constantinople
Canadian Ottawa
Chinese Xi'an
Cree Mikisiw-Wacîhk
Dutch Amsterdam
Egyptian Râ-Kedet
English London
Ethiopian Addis Ababa
French Paris
Gaulish Aduatuca
Georgian Tbilisi
German Aachen
Gran Colombian Bogotá
Greek (Pericles) Athens
Greek (Gorgo) Sparta
Hungarian Buda
Incan Qusqu
Indian (Gandhi) Delhi
Indian (Chandragupta) Patna
Indonesian Majapahit
Japanese Kyoto
Khmer Angkor Thom
Kongolese Mbanza Kongo
Korean Gyeongju
Macedonian Pella
Malian Niani
Māori Te Hokianga-nui-a-kupe
Mapuche Ngulu Mapu
Mayan Wak Kab'nal
Mongolian Qaraqorum
Norwegian Nidaros
Nubian Meroë
Ottoman Istanbul
Persian Pasargadae
Phoenician Tyre
Polish Kraków
Roman Rome
Russian St. Petersburg
Scottish Stirling
Scythian Pokrovka
Spanish Madrid
Sumerian Uruk
Swedish Stockholm
Zulu Ulundi
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